This game's goal in life is to destroy the player. It's hard. The enemies are tough. Low level minions can still kill you with relative ease if you aren't careful, and the bosses can often kill in two hits or less. Did I mention the enemies level up when you die? It also auto-saves whenever you die or change gear or reach a certain point. Fun times. Fun times. While this game is tough, it's not impossible. It requires that you take things slow and think. You'll survive 9 times out of 10 if you don't get ahead of yourself. I love it for that. The other part of the game I enjoy is how everything is linked to souls. You get souls for killing enemies and they... Read All

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Okay, I know this isn't Assassin's Creed, it's Assassin's Creed III.

When I first heard the concept of an Assassin in the revolutionary war I was skeptical, but these screens look fricken' awesom.

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I don't think a person has to buy this title any longer. It's not for sale anywhere and available for free and legal download. In my opinion a fun game and funny.

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Posted that ive been playing through Rage in my spare cycles. I have spent some time in game beefing up my Caprino. I slapped some rocket launchers to it, won a sick spiky spoiler on front, got some spiked blades and upgraded the engine. Its pretty fierce out in the wasteland and when I get into a fight with some bandits I turn on the shields and can blow them straight to The Underdome.

Here is what my ride looks like as I am driving it:

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Oh and the pictures above are the actual in game shots of me driving and standing in front of my car.

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One of my top picks this year, if not ever. My wife bought it for me for Christmas, and I was disappointed that I didn't get Skyward Sword . . . until I played.

I liked how the story kept revealing villain doublecrossings, and was very surprised in the end. It felt like non-stop action and then, all of a sudden I was done. Thankfully, I was able to continue with side stuff that I hadn't completed.

Flying was probably my favorite part. Do play if you're a fan.

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Can't say I didn't have this idea a few times in the Skulltula house :)

http://www.dorkly.com/comic/32809/legend-of-zelda-ocarina-of-nightmares

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I saw this game as I was making my way through some video game conversation. A few words stuck to me "zelda rouge-like" and "disturbing." I was interested in both topics because I don't hear about many disturbing games these days. I had also heard the game had some religious overtones and it was released by some Indie developers. So I checked out a demo.

First off I think it warrants mentioning I don't like games that are very hard. Since this game is a rogue-like expect that you will die. A lot. Basically you need to crawl X amount of dungeons to go head-to-head with Mom, beat her and win the game.

After playing a few days in a row I never got further than... Read All

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Writeup on the new Borderlands class Zer0 the Assassin: http://xbox360.ign.com/articles/121/1219459p1.html

*snip from the article*

"Like the rest of Borderlands 2's classes, the Assassin's skill set can be tailored to your preferred play style. Want to concentrate on close-up strikes? Long-distance sniper shots? You can with the Assassin, which according to Gearbox is the only class with a clearly defined weapons preference. If you really like sniping, it sounds like the Assassin could be a good choice."

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This game is a blast. It's a fairly quick JRPG (unless you're a completionist, then you'll be playing for a year or two), that features some of the coolest game mechanics I've seen. The combat has you using two different characters on each screen at the same time; one controlled by the D-Pad, and the other via the touch screen and mic. It takes some getting used to, but the difficulty curve lets you learn it before it gets harder. The other cool mechanic is the item system. Different items and attacks have different brands, and different brands have more influence in different areas of the map giving boosts or handicaps depending on what you equip. It's... Read All

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I wonder when Doom 4 is coming out? Finding this is in Rage made we wonder.

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Nerd Dragons represent.

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So, I'm kind of a Metroid addict. Ever since the first time I played through the first one, being the very first NES game I ever played through to completion (even before Super Mario Bros or The Legend of Zelda), I had to pick this up. I bought it a few months ago, if I'm not mistaken it was released in late 2010 or early 2011, so Its been around. I don't know anyone else who bought it, or even played it so I went into the experience completely blind. I'll tell you, this is a very refreshing take on the whole Metroid history.

Ever since the Gamecube (even on the DS) Metroid games have been largely First-Person. A very cool departure from the original side... Read All

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