This is “Michael Bay’s: Explosions, the Game,” for at least the first half, and that’s not exactly a bad thing. For a disclaimer, I am a James Bond fan, so my opinion may be a bit skewed, but I hope you’ll take it into consideration. (more…)
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You handle your controller with precision. You swiftly chase after your foe, barely catching a glimpse of him running around corners. He stops to camp, and you crack his skull with a tomahawk from behind. A gleaming 3 digit number flashes across your screen, followed by split second explanations for your score, allowing you to get right back into the fight.
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I am going to be completely honest. I have yet to finish Fable 3 as of the moment as I type this, yet I feel I can say everything I need to about this game. I don’t exactly care for “reviews,” ’cause no matter what, someone disagrees with them. So we’ll call this an “opinion” like my piece on the WoW patch. Take into account that there will be a fair amount of SPOILERS in this, you have been warned.
After six years of work by a combined development team of industry veterans and fresh talent culled from a vast modding community, Firaxis and 2k Games have served up the much-anticipated successor to Civilization IV. The fifth installment in Sid Meier’s beloved strategy franchise brings some dramatic changes to game play, and the response by the fan base has been a divided one. Though many, particularly industry members, have lauded the game for its revised features, others have been left rolling on the floor in agony over features missing from the previous iteration and the “simplified” nature of the latest. Comparisons have been drawn to Civilization Revolutions, the skinny cousin of the incredibly beefy Civilization IV. So, why all the drama?
Hello all you Communitarians out there. It’s the one and only Thief! Almost everyone around the world this time of year is gearing up for the big Holiday rush. I absolutely love Christmas Time. If it weren’t for Christmas I probably wouldn’t be here talking to you right now about Video Games. The Holidays mean 3 things to me. Family, Friends, and Gaming with all of the above. I am here today to talk to you all about My Most Anticipated Video Games of the Holiday Season. Let me be clear. This list is about games that I hope to be receiving during the Holiday Season. Some of these games have been out for a few weeks to a month. Now remember, this is MY List Kiddies. Not yours. Please, PLEASE Do not get butt hurt if I don’t add Kinect to this list…I don’t like it…Now lets get Started!
I absolutely loved Fallout 3, and to my dismay I’ve never had the chance to play any other of the games in the Fallout series. I put about 200 hours into the PS3 version of Fallout 3 then got it for PC so I could mod. That got me another 300 hours out of the game.