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Games for People Who Don’t Have the Internet.

Kotaku: You may know a person who likes video games who doesn't have Internet. Don't pity them. Buy them a present. The very best gift for them might be the Internet itself, but aside from that, here's what you can get them.
Of course, if they don't have Internet because they are in prison, disregard all of the following advice...

bozebo4308d ago

"have the internet"
sigh...

Christopher4308d ago (Edited 4308d ago )

You're just jealous because you don't have the Internet. All of it. Right in the palm of your hands.

Don't hate the player, hate the data that gets sent back and forth through all the tubes that make up the Internet.

But, yeah, why they didn't say "have an Internet connection" or "can't play online" is beyond my understanding. Very much a grammar fail.

MsclMexican4308d ago

Its funny because if you did not have the internet....

you would not be able to read this article

Pikajew4308d ago

You need internet with Skyrim for all the patches

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Taz Yamauchi4308d ago

God of War3, Santa Gear Solid (HD collection)

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Starfield Skyrim Easter Eggs Call Back to a Familiar Line of Dialogue

There are Starfield Skyrim Easter eggs in the game that brings back one of the most famous lines in gaming history.

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6 Friendliest Characters in Games

GF365: "Oftentimes, video games have characters who are antagonistic and really not very pleasant. Here are some of the friendliest characters in games where you might not otherwise expect to find them."

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thorstein30d ago

Dogmeat: *bark!*

Translation: you are dead to me.

JSONEHUNDRED29d ago

You can probably add Karlach to this from BG3

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Five Annoying Video Game Openings in Otherwise Classic Titles

Some games endure despite the average player wishing they could skip that first hour - here are five annoying video game openings in otherwise classic titles.

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techstomper.com
Yi-Long45d ago

I liked the Red Dead 2 opening, certainly didn’t feel like a slog to me, but I enjoyed that whole game so for those who were just expecting ‘GTA but with cowboys’, that was probably not the opening they expected, and Red Dead 2 wasn’t the game they were hoping for …

First game that came to mind when I read the title, was Watch Dogs 2, because you’re expecting an open world sandbox game in sunny colorful San Francisco, and instead that opening has you crawling and sneaking around an incredibly boring office building …

PrimeVinister45d ago

Watch Dogs 2 is a decent game but not really a classic. The opening is awful though. You got that right.

I loved the RDR 2 opening hours the first time but going back to restart it is where the rub lies for me.

Yi-Long45d ago

Yeah, I agree it’s not a classic, but it was the first game I thought of where I really thought; Why would you make that design choice!? If you’re gonna do a thing like that in order to teach the player some basic sneaking controls, at least make the location a bit more interesting, like an abandoned theme park or gorgeous temple or whatever, but now the gameplay was restrictive and boring, but also the location itself.

PrimeVinister45d ago

@Yi-Long Definitely true re the worst possible choices being made for the opener of Watch Dogs 2. I did enjoy WD2 overall but that intro is baffling :-D

shammgod45d ago

Red Dead 2 opening was trash