Four Games To Play On Independence Day Weekend

Independence Day is a strange holiday. It’s a day where unsupervised kids set fire to public property, fleets of firetrucks sing the song of their people, street beggars switch their cardboard scribbles from “really hungry” to “army veteran,” and more red meat is consumed than can possibly be healthy (or safe for the cow population of North America). It’s also a holiday that’s falsely dated, as the Continental Congress actually voted for independence on July 2nd — regardless, the 4th of July is still a day that represents freedom. And what better way to enjoy that freedom than to ignore all responsibilities and play video games until it hurts to turn away from the monitor? Here’s Hardcore Gamer’s top four games to play on Independence Day weekend.

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ShadowKingx1567d ago (Edited 1567d ago )

lol half a day left(in EST anyway) better get to playing.

AnEwGuY1567d ago

*Looks at time submitted*

Gee, thanks for the heads up....3 days late.

Chespin1567d ago (Edited 1567d ago )

Funny thing is America is 9th on the list of nations with the most Freedom. It's like cheering because you got the lame medal for taking part. xD

Maxor1567d ago

What does having the most freedom have to do with the 4th of July? Do Mexicans give a shit about where they are on this freedom list when they're celebrating Cinco de Mayo?

Morgue1567d ago

Mexico's Independence Day is actually September 16th. Cinco De Mayo is celebrated by some town that won a battle.