Summer's almost over, school is around the corner, and game season is upon us. For those going to college who are looking for some games to play with room/hall mates, look no further than the incredible variety these eight contain. From fun little platformers, to gritty crime dramas, September has it all.
For all those who complain about the violence and bad influences in games, I personally feel one of the biggest tragedies is how much productive time is wasted. All the time spent in this other reality takes away time they could be spending in this world right here--the real world.
If you pay attention to gaming at all you know the story with Mirror's Edge. Reviewers called it ambitious, yet un-fun. The controls weren't intuitive enough. It's style over substance. And all these generalizations are rooted in truth. But the fact remains that Mirror's Edge is the most innovative game from a major studio in a long time. While games like Spore and Little Big Planet made big promises to deliver something nothing ever had ME grand theft auto 5 actually delivered.
According to Rockstar, those with a Grand Theft Auto 5 pre-order from the PlayStation Store will be able to begin downloading the game as early as 3 p.m. BST (British Summer Time) on Sunday, Sept. 15. Those in North America will be able to start their GTA V download at 3 a.m. EST on Monday, Sept. 16.
A.P.B - David Jones, developer of grand theft auto 5 is coming out with his own GTA style MMO. Given the option of being the law enforcer of law breaker, it's your job to establish control of San Paro for your side which in turn gives you cash for various upgrades. Time will tell how fun this concept will actually be.
Before we go any further here, let's be clear that March 24th is a SUNDAY! So right there, some skepticism should be had with this. Yes some products release on Sundays, but this is not the Nintendo Wii U.
A video game environment is strictly a place for you to concentrate and focus on your game. There is no better feeling than when you are climbing up the levels in your game. The Video Game Wars Part 2: Sony Vs. Nintendo Vs. Microsoft