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The Endless Backlog Project hits the track once again, this time with Forza 3.
Episode 5 of VG Confidential may contain drivers, hockey, zombies, and female pleasure devices. Viewer discretion is unnecessary.
This week I’ll be continuing my play through of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D on the 3DS. In addition, I bit the bullet and downloaded the Rezzurection Pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops. I’ll be going online tonight to fight back another iteration of the zombie hoard. I started playing Dead Space 2 a few days ago, so I hope to get a little more time into it. If I find more time alone in front of the TV, I may get another game of NCAA Football 12 in. I’m currently 6-2 p...[Read More]
Get Stricken for the Third time… again! With past releases of fan favorites Marvel vs. Capcom 2 and Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix, Capcom tries its hands at yet another HD re-imagining of one their marquee titles.
After a lackluster storm in NYC, VG Confidential returns with some gridiron gripes.
Madden NFL 12 is the Jekyll and Hyde of sports video games. On one side, EA Tiburon executed a lot of things very well. But once you think you are falling in love with that side of the game, Madden NFL 12’s ugly and almost insulting side comes out and makes you remember why you dislike the franchise sometimes.
As a Counterstrike veteran of sorts, I feel that it is my duty to post my impressions on the latest installment of the legendary first-person shooter.
September is right around the corner and you know what that means… Hockey time!
VG Confidential returns from hiatus, and has brought God’s Wrath with it!
Gohastings.com is having a 25% off of all used games with $1 shipping per item. Enter promotion code 1234 when checking out. I’ve done very well with this company with both books and games. I picked up BulletStorm, Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising, and Hunted: The Demon’s Forge for $36.66 including shipping. Take advantage of this great deal!
In the September 2011 issue of GamePro magazine, there was a three-columned article written that introduced a topic I had never thought about. Having spent over 20 years of my life as an avid gamer, reading every review I could get my hands on, I never gave a thought as to how the reviewers were chosen. Will Herring says that “quality of a review from a knowledgeable source is infinitely more valuable than from someone who doesn’t know Master Chief from Marcus Fenix.” Not much investigation is ...[Read More]
What the fuck! Don’t mean to be rude but its the very first thought that popped into my head as I played the demo for Bodycount.