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It goes without saying that we all wish to unleash our inner speed demon every now and again! Nonetheless, doing this on public roads is frowned-upon/illegal. In my opinion, one way to overcome this, and get your daily turbo—injected fix is to indulge in the odd racing car game.
Far Cry 3 is everything its predecessors tried to be. It is a rich open world adventure based in survival that uses its incredible environment to tell a story.
The fifth of November was a big day for a lot of people, America was busy voting for a donkey and an elephant while Britain was celebrating a failed terrorist attack in the 1600′s. However for a large group of gamers there was something else taking the headlines.
It’s not long until Halo 4′s release on 6 November so it’s the perfect time for Microsoft and 343 Industries to unveil their DLC plans.
First thoughts, boy this game has a somewhat ironic title, when you get down to what those two words mean. But what “is” Happy Wars?
The David Fincher directed live-action trailer for Halo 4 has been released.
Narrative scope has been a prominent feature throughout gaming since the start of the noughties. Brought on by a spate of innovative titles in the late 90s that focused on the story-telling elements gaming had to offer, games like Half-life and Deus Ex encouraged a notion of story that became a major hallmark throughout the past decade. This sense of story was quite varied, whether it was the grandiose sci-fi epic of Halo, the operatic moral choice ambition of Mass Effect, or the sophisticated contemplation of Bioshock (OMG objectivism is so lame), video games had something to offer on a novelistic and filmic level.