Mark Fuji takes us on a trip through the old west with the top ten western games not called Red Dead Redemption.
For some inexplicable reason, the untamed frontier of the Wild West is a territory seldom explored by video games. After all, with its penchant for anarchy, unchecked violence, duels on the street, prostitutes, . . . → Read More: Top 10 Wild West Video Games
Being the bad guy who makes the protagonist’s life hell is one thing. Posing as the good guy’s friend while watching and waiting for the perfect opportunity to screw them over reaches a level of bastardly reserved for one of the greatest traitors of all time: Judas Iscariot. These ten vile, underhanded bad guys of gaming . . . → Read More: Gaming’s Top Ten Judases
Dying in video games is easy. It can be as simple as getting shot in the dome, falling down a bottomless chasm, or getting knifed from behind. Whereas getting killed with style is an entirely different story. It’s one to thing to topple over from something as lame a heart-attacking virus, but dying so . . . → Read More: Ten Totally Badass Last Stands
It’s no secret that females in video games are typically blatantly, sexualized byproducts of perverted character design. Between their skimpy attire and grossly exaggerated anatomy, most ladies featured in video games look more like prostitutes than crime-fighting, evil-slaying heroes. While games like Dead or Alive, Ninja Gaiden and Soulcalibur continue to perpetuate the demeaning myth . . . → Read More: 10 Video Game Women Who Don’t Use Sex to Sell
The Nintendo Wii has hosted some of the more quirky and innovative games this generation. In that respect, Cing’s eccentric Little King’s Story is a fine addition. A unique hybrid of Animal Crossing-like unit management and traditional real-time strategy game play, Little King’s Story is an artistically beautiful title that any RPG-loving Wii owner will . . . → Read More: Little King’s Story Video Game Review
Scientific experimentation has brought us revolutionary technology like penicillin, airplanes and nuclear power. In the realm of video games, however, messing around in the lab is a shortcut to disaster. Here are ten instances where scientists in video games decided to screw with things when they shouldn’t, and as a result pretty much doomed humanity.
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