Happy Turkey Day weekend folks! To those of you not in the US, happy Saturday. With the weather getting even more frigid and your gut full of sleep-inducing tryptophan, what better time than now to sit down with some games? Especially if you're now sitting on top of a new pile of goodies you picked up at the Black Friday sales; assuming you weren't trampled to death. Nothing better than a little escapism to help you forget your aunt and uncle's gross make out session after 5 too many glasses of wine at Thanksgiving dinner. If you're not from the States just assume I made a great joke about Football or something there.
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
Mikel Reparaz is just about done strangling every last drop of content out of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, and he's cooked up a titanic Treasure Maps Guide for all ye would be plunderers. In addition to the already comprehensive Flags and Feathers guide and Brotherhood clusters and 2012 artifacts guide, there's nary a trinket, bauble or McGuffin unaccounted for. We've also got a Sons of Romulus Lairs guide for your persual in addition to an upcoming Shop Quests guide that you can expect early next week. Not to be biased or anything, but if you're not getting your Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood info from GamesRadar and CheatPlanet, YOU'RE LETTING THE TERRORISTS WIN.
Call of Duty: Black Ops
While I may have totally split my knuckle open the other night after punching the floor in rage because some terrible noob (who was clearly hacking) managed to kill me that one time, Black Ops is still a fun game. If you need a break from the aggravating reality of multiplayer though, might I suggest GamesRadar's Black Ops intel location guide? Killing AI opponents and calling them all kinds of racial, sexual and religious epithets is a lot more therapeutic than you'd think. It also keeps the kind of player that talks like that on their headset out of my matches, and I'm all about that.
And if you missed it, make sure to check out this hilarious video of the most random care package kill you'll likely ever see
Fallout: New Vegas
New Vegas Character Build guide
Fallout: New Vegas snowglobe guide
Fallout: New Vegas Companion guide
Like its predecessors, Fallout: New Vegas is a huuuge game. And you can usually get a dog who's really good at biting people in the junk when he gets close to them. We'll have some more New Vegas guides in the near future, but in the meantime make sure to check out our plethora of New Vegas goodness.
Nov 27, 2010