Radical Reggie – I decicded to do a pt2 since the first video was well received. With the 9th generation of video games coming by the end of this year, stores like Gamestop will most likely be pushing out the 7th generation of video games out of their stores. When this happens, more than likely the price will go up on certain titles since resellers have the option to do so. Even if that is not the case, now is the time to look for certain titles on the cheap
Few video game genres instill power and satisfaction as easily as the shooter. While players can’t raise hell in titles like Call of Duty on the same scale as they can in games like Civilization, the immediacy of the former’s gameplay has proven time and time again to be far more efficient of an endorphin rush. Decades after players were first able to do so in Wolfenstein, unloading one’s clip into an unsuspecting enemy is still sublime like few other experiences in the medium; an unequivocal act of domination bereft of drawbacks or emotional trauma.
But every now and then, a shooter goes against the grain, and attempts to subvert these very foundations upon which it is built. Spec Ops: The Line was one such game. Released in 2012 on consoles and PC, The Line began in an unassuming fashion, casting players as the leader of a three-man team tasked with investigating the fate of a rogue colonel in a sand-swept version of Dubai. Those who kept with it, however, quickly discovered that underneath its modest premise laid a hellish odyssey, one that forced its protagonists into disturbing predicaments at every turn, and repeatedly questioned the ethicality of how they chose to solve them.
Like many subversive games before it, The Line received critical acclaim upon its release, but disappointed at retail, selling well below other, contemporaneous first-person shooters. Almost everyone who was involved in its production, however, was almost relieved that it didn’t end up becoming a massive hit – for bringing it into being had been its own personal hell, and nobody was ready to go for a second round.
PlayStation 3 Light Gun Buying Guide | Arcade Light Gun Games At Home
On today’s episode of Gaming Off the Grid, we discuss the PlayStation 3 and all the light gun games we recommend for it! We discuss all the different accessories you can use and the best ways to play each game. Welcome to Gaming Off the Grid!
Today I have Call of Duty 3 for the Playstation 2, Xbox, Wii, Xbox 360 and the Playstation 3. I give a brief history into the making of the game and I compare the Frame rates & compare graphics. Sit down, relax and enjoy this awesome Side by Side episode of Call of Duty 3.