I knew it had to only be a matter of time before I would see a PR agency put its foot in its mouth and today that has happened with the PR agency The Redner Group who was in charge of the PR for the game Duke Nukem Forever.
Well here we go yet again, almost 2 years after the release of the WoW expansion The Burning Crusade we now have yet another expansion upon us called Wrath of the Lich King. The big question here is, has Blizzard really done innovative things with this expansion, or is it just more of the same old stuff?
After reading about this game for a while now I figured it was finally time to go pick it up and see if it lived up to all the hype I had been hearing about it. For those that don’t know this version of Crysis was built to run on the lower end PC’s. As some of you may know the first Crysis game that came out a while ago now was notorious for bringing high end gaming machines to their knees. It was due to these performance problems with the game that I never went out and bought it since I knew it would have performed like crap on my system here which is not a high end gaming computer. So the question now is does this new game perform well on lower end systems and that’s what I’m about to answer.
In all the games I have Reviewed to date none of them were more anticipated by me then Frontlines Fuel of War. I kept an eye on this game from its very early stages all the way to its release to the stores and finally I have my own copy to take a look at. The big question though remains was this game worth the multi year wait or not?
First a big thank you to Valve for providing Team Fortress 2 for this Review.
Lately I have been looking at what I consider to be the top games in several different categories and none of them to date have really impressed me or made me want to spend any real time in them. This all changed however when I finally had the chance to play Team Fortress 2..
Finally I get around to Reviewing this game… I had started to review this game a while back but in the middle of doing so my ATI 1900GT video card decided to die on me. After the video card died I put this review on the back burner and I’m just getting around to it now. So without further delay here is the review for Company of Heroes..
It’s been some time now since I sat down and played a good racing game. The last racing game I played quite a bit was Nascar Racing 2003 from Papyrus. Once I heard about GTR2 coming out I decided to go get the demo and see if it was any good and man was I surprised..
After waiting a while to buy this expansion I figured it was time to finally go out and buy The Burning Crusade. Now that I have had a chance to get a toon from 1 to 70 the question is was it worth it to buy the expansion?
Many many years ago I remember walking into a local store with the only interest being that I get a game that had good multiplayer to it. I was in luck that day because when I asked the guy behind the counter what he had in terms of multiplayer online shooters he come back with two boxes. In one hand he held Counter Strike and in the other he had Unreal Tournament. I asked him of the two what was better and he said he liked them both. So after spending over $100 dollars I walked out of the store with both games.