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So, what's on your Thanksgiving gaming list?
The various protagonists in gaming come and go. Most are the
forgettable silent type, and other
Living in the cloud
After I finished the absurdly massive, sprawling epic that
is Grand Theft Auto IV, I was kind of in the mood for something shorter.
Short blog today, just thought I'd ask you all what you think of this topic.
"The babes in MineSweeper gave me peace of mind"
One of the disadvantages of my current situation at college
is that I actually don't have a TV. My roommate didn't bring one and I dec
I know I've written a lot about Grand Theft Auto in the last couple days and weeks, but to be honest it's kind of a huge game. There's a lot to write about. That and I just finished the entire campaign mode (good god it's long) and wrote up an official review. For I have seen the entirety of GTA IV, and have officially judged it. Unfortunately, GI doesn't have a review section for Grand Theft Auto IV for PC, so I figured I'd just post it here. Feel free to chime in with comments below.
Grand Theft Auto, on the other hand, killed nobody during its development. Thousands of virtual bits of pixels may have been ended under Niko Bellic's bullets, but not a single real person got shot. No real people were hurt, so it's OK to blow up cars with a rocket launcher for fun. It's like shooting dummies.
Today's a short blog, just thought I'd talk about something odd I noticed.
The Problem of Piracy