Ten of the Most Frustrating Video Game Cliffhangers

Do cliffhanger endings really get on your nerves? For Troy Bond they do, and he’s listed ten of the worst offenders here. . . . → Read More: Ten of the Most Frustrating Video Game Cliffhangers

2009: The Year of the Sequel

As part of the upcoming TGR Awards, I was recently asked what I thought were the best three games of the year. I chose Assassin’s Creed 2 as third place, Uncharted 2 for second, and Modern Warfare 2 for first. Some of the more astute among you may notice a pattern in those games. Yes, . . . → Read More: 2009: The Year of the Sequel

Ten Superb Console-to-PC Ports

Since the dawn of the games console, there have been many attempts to port console games to the trusty old PC. Though most of these attemtps have yielded less than stellar resuls, every so often someone does it right. We decided to celebrate ten examples of games that have made the transition from console to . . . → Read More: Ten Superb Console-to-PC Ports

The Ten Worst Licensed Video Games

Mike Bell takes us through his selection of the ten worst licensed games, from basketball stars fighting against mummies to stand-ins stranded on a desert island.

Lost: Via Domus

Lost, the massive TV hit starring Matthew Fox and company stranded on a mysterious desert island, was inevitably going to get developers interested in . . . → Read More: The Ten Worst Licensed Video Games

Top Ten FPS Guns

Scott Adams, the man behind the Dilbert series, once said, “I believe everybody in the world should have guns. Citizens should have bazookas and rocket launchers too. I believe that all citizens should have their weapons of choice. However, I also believe that only I should have the ammunition. Because frankly, I wouldn’t trust the . . . → Read More: Top Ten FPS Guns

The Ten Worst Game Spinoffs

While the “Top Ten Best Game Spinoffs” highlighted games that brought something more to an existing game or series, there is the other side of the spinoff coin: games that give other spinoffs a bad name, dragging down the relatively good names of those they’re associated with in the process. (Not that games like Dead . . . → Read More: The Ten Worst Game Spinoffs

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