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Way back in January, we did what a lot of other tech and gaming websites do, and published a list of predictions for the then-new year. In this case, we predicted the games that we thought – for a variety of reasons – wouldn’t see the light of day until at least 2010, and published it under the somewhat inflammatory headline No Heavy Rain until 2010?
Infinity Ward doesn’t do things by halves, and they’ve made the most varied, challenging and replayable co-op mode since forever with Spec Ops. It consists of 23 missions over five different stages, with one to three stars awarded for each depending on difficulty level (one for regular, two for hardened, three for veteran).
With the release of BioShock 2 just weeks away, you can ease your deep-sea blue balls by submerging yourself in these four new videos. From familiar faces to new nemeses, this updated Rapture will have you partying like it’s 1969. The Splicers are still scary, but the twitchy Big Sister is even scarier and the writing on the walls won’t ease your fears, either
A choke hold is a great bonding experience. Not between you and the man who’s holding a gun to your head – there’ll always be a tragic, longing awkwardness in that relationship – but between you and your fellow player, the guy flitting from shadow to shadow, circling around to spring up behind your captor and snap his neck like a bony pencil.
Right about now the rest of the internet is tripping over itself to crank out the “definitive” end-of-year list. Well, they can stop. We already did it. Over the next few pages our unquestioned expertise will identify the coolest, most important games of 2009 with zero room for error. Yeah, it’s that big of a deal. That’s why they’re basking in the dazzling radiance of a Platinum Chalice.
Sure, it’s a tall order to crunch 365 days into 90 seconds. But who has time for those long, weepy retrospectives that linger on pointless details? We believe that nostalgia is best delivered in supersonic bursts. But is it even possible to assimilate so much information so quickly? There’s only one way to find out: click play below.
The blessing and the curse of this game is that Star Trek, the series about travelling through space and making first contact with new forms of life, doesn’t cram easily into the template of a normal MMO. Star Trek is not about independent heroes, it’s about close-knit crews with five main characters. It’s not about shooting things in spaceships or exploring on the ground: it’s about both.
Every day sees more and more gaming news shovelled on to the internet. It can be hard to keep up. Or at least it can be tricky to identify what is actual 'news' and what is a load of old filler not worth reading. Thankfully, there are some classic, well-worn gaming news headlines that help identify much of the pointless chaff produced on those painfully slow news days. So here for your guidance are six gaming news flashes that really aren't
With Infinity Ward’s CoD4 selling just shy of several squillion copies (or thereabouts) worldwide, a sequel was inevitable. And what a sequel it is! With more content than ever before, we want to make sure you frag your way through the hardest difficulty in style.
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