You’re excused if you’ve last track of all the marquee video games that have hit shelves in the past several weeks. Just like Tim Tebow, game publishers hold back their best stuff for the end. Even those of us who play and read about games constantly have trouble keeping track of what’s out there.
The last great Jurassic Park game we remember was the ginormous arcade machine shaped like an ATV. You’d step in with a buddy, grab a gun and kill as many dinos as you can before they clawed you to death. Simpler times.
If you were as lucky as we were, your parents sat you down in front of the TV rather than trying to raise you proper. And everything you know came from the sage advice of grainy, poorly animated cartoons such as ‘Voltron’ that were interspersed with so-terrible-they-were-great commercials.
You’ve got to hand it to Nintendo– they are king at making the same game over and over again while adoring fans — us included — squeal with delight. You sell yourself again and again to us, claiming you’re different but you’re always the same. You mak
Wrestling video games have always been fun enough, but usually because of the imagination wrestling fans brought to them, rather than what was actually available in gameplay. ‘WWE ‘12′ is out to change all that.
‘Assassin’s Creed Revelations’ is a game for history buffs, lovers of 16th century Constantinople, conspiracy theorists and anyone who would like to shank Adrian Peterson and Derrick Rose in the streets of 16th century Constantinople.
Sometimes video games give user the choice of whether to be a hero or villain who does whatever the hell he wants, and we’ll never understand people who choose the former route. Especially when a game such as ‘The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’ makes it so fun to be bad.
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