Monthly Archives: July 2011
PC Gamer is saying this game is amazing (with an Editor’s Choice award) and recommends it if you like the original. Who doesn’t?
Hi, kids! Do you like Deus Ex? Do you like vampires? How would you like to play a terrific role-playing game this weekend for dirt cheap? Right now, it’s $5 for the cult PC hit known as Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines. It’s a mix of humor, seductive vampires, role-playing (much like that of Deus Ex), and terrific gameplay. The main reason the game is probably so underground is because Half-Life 2 was released the same time. But now, you can ignore the Amazon price listings and pay less for a great game.
Now, you might have issues with Windows 7 64-bit crashing, correct? 15MB RAM errors? Or any other issues? We’re going to go ahead and fix this. We’re also going to show you how to add widescreen support. Even with widescreen support, it’s recommended to use your video card settings to force anti-aliasing so it will remove all of those jaggies.
This is just a direct news feed from Nintendo. I’m glad I invested early but I’m even more glad that Nintendo will not bomba their handheld. Welcome to Capitalism.
It’s not Robert England, that’s for sure.
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 was officially announced by Capcom and a lot of details were finally announced as well. While I feel that ultimately, Capcom has once again screwed day one purchases who spent $60 on the original, I think you actually come out cheaper buying this version than if this were in DLC format. Non-collector’s edition purchasers of the original had to spend $5 a pop per additional character (and note: there’s only been two since day one). This title will be $39.99 purchase when it’s released this November.
And this is why recording video game footage is important. Enjoy the video by rantillo.
Here’s to all those who sing the Cliff Racer Song.
If I had to explain the word nostalgia to someone, I’d simply explain New Years night of 1996. An action role-playing game was released a month prior known as Diablo. My dad had received the game as a gift, and Diablo just so happened to have an install spawn for multiple computers. It was just a demo for multiplayer, but still better than nothing. A friend of mine brought his computer over and we all adventured through the dungeons, hacking and slashing our way to victory. Eventually, we made our way down to the quarters of the Butcher, the first boss of the game. This is how we welcomed 1997. A night of Coca-Cola breaks, cheese and pickles, and a good old fashion LAN party.