@ Urrakia34 Rednecks, Trailer Trash etc. You know, the scum you typically see when perusing a Wal-Mart.
Tv has always had 500x the effect video games has ever had on youth. I think the government is just behind in the times. But according to everyone above, that's changing now.
How is a 7.5 shit? Really? Some of my all time favorite games have scored lower than that. And I mean like 2 and a half points lower.
I wasn't expecting any more. But I still pre-ordered it.
No Knytt Stories?
Contras box art was more like the warriors from "Predator" and the chestburster from "Alien" two obvious inspirations this article totally missed.
Okay, I may be sick of seeing zombies in every video game nowadays, but there are some things about this one that appeal to me. 1: Melee combat. This is something that just isn't focused on enough in modern first person games. After playing Zeno Clash and Alien vs. Predator, I can safely say that it is funner than standard shooters. And in the case of Dead Island, I think that this will add urgency and a real sense of danger since you can't just mow down the zombies ...
Gamecube was close to Xbox but remains untapped.
I really like this review
It does improve and detract depending on if it is fitting. For example, shooting games. I really like using pointer controls for aiming. It just is more fun to me. But in hack n' slash action games, it is tiring and unnecessary.
I still need to get Bomberman Hero
The enemy designs on Hunted look fantastic!
This list is a little premature, waiting for Conduit 2.
It has been changed from survival horror into action games with survival horror elements. The survival part is almost entirely gone. And with it the horror sort of declined as well. In a sense it is an entirely new hybrid genre instead of traditional survival horror.
Metroid is not *forgotten*
Body Harvest :D
I'd love to visit a place where games are developed.
I love reading these. They are so interesting.
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