As you can imagine, as an editor at GN, I get overwhelmed with great review content frequently. It is for that reason that a handful of reviews have slipped through the cracks and were never published. We found them by chance, and have uploaded them for your reading!
In one of our older reviews, we reviewed Mass Effect, and with the stunning sequel looming on the horizon, it's time to get prepared! If you haven't played the first game yet, read our review and get pumped! You will be able to play as your old saved file in the new game, thus continuing the storyline.
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Yesterday, Blizzard made the announcement that LAN would not be an included feature in StarCraft 2. Not even 24 hours later, 7,000 gamers have signed a petition to negate this decision, and Blizzard responded. A couple of posts from community managers and organizers on the Blizzard forums makes thing quite clear: There will be NO LAN for StarCraft 2. Why? Read more...
After browsing StarCraft II's website for case modding ideas, I noticed a disturbance in the alignment of races. It seems that the Zealot, the epitome of the Protoss race, no longer offers "[his] Life for Aiur!" It gets worse...
SEGA has jumped aboard Microsoft's golden money-for-DLC bandwagon, and they extend their hand to you for cash. Empire: Total War, a game that has a solid count of fundamental flaws that have the ability to 'borify' a game, has finally come out with Downloadable Content.
Article contributed to GN by "Tiberius"
Are you tired of the REAL LIFE Battlefield Games? Tired of all those dolphin-diving, over-proning noobs all over Wake Island? Or just in general the blatant remakes other Battlefield Games? I know I was - and thanks to my trusty friend, Google, I discovered the cartoony Battlefield Heroes.
You know it for being one of the most controversial titles in gaming, you know it for the hot coffee scandal, you even know it for just being a wicked game - and now it's on the PSP. Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars was announced today by Rockstar: Leeds, and is said to be available for the PSP sometime this fall.
Rockstar Games noted that the game will have new story missions and graphics, but has held back any screenshot evidence of this. Rockstar, we dare you to release some screenshots! The developer says Chinatown Wars will be available both on disc and for direct download. Chinatown Wars was the highest-ever rated game on the DS so far, and now it is being ported to a platform that is likely more suited to the fast-paced action the GTA series has come known for.
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