Wombat explains about how he blew a chance to be a superhero, Shipwreck guarantees a future game will be good, and Cheapy plays Bloodborne and Heroes of the Storm. Also, we discuss Lego Dimensions and trips to exotic locales.
Lately I've found myself struggling to decide on which system to buy a videogame on. Now a year ago I wouldn't have had any problem at all. I only had a PS3, and my computer wasn't really fast enough to play big titles.
But now that I have added a capable computer and a 360 to my collection I find myself struggling.
Its always been apparent to me but lately its been really getting on my nerves as of late. I was reminded of this while surfing another forum I visit.
What is the problem you ask? PC gamers. No, not all of them as most of them are cool normal guys who enjoy playing with a mouse and keyboard and enjoy building their rig. I have no problem with the majori...
This one was actually quite hard to create compared to part 1. There are so many different gameplay elements that are small that make such a big difference and there are many elements that not everybody would know about so bear with me.
1. Open World/Free Roam
Grand Theft Auto has spoiled me. I absolutely love having the ability to just roam. Some games...
1. Metal Gear Solid (Series)
This is a no-brainer. I rarely get really involved with a game but every single MGS games pulls me in extremely deep. Each game has been at a graphical standpoint just amazing and the overall story is great. Kojima is an absolute genius and has created IMO the best videogame series to come out to this date, and I've beat both...
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