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XXL’s Top 15 Video Games of 2013
XXL’s Top 15 Video Games of 2013
2013 has been one of the more exciting highlight years for gamers and the video game industry alike. Back in March, a Lara Croft reboot resulted in the best Tomb Raider game in years, and Grand Theft Auto 5 managed to exceed the high expectations of gamers everywhere proving that although this year marked the end of this current generation of consoles, they still had plenty of quality to offer...
‘NBA 2K14′ Maintains The Series’ Rep As One Of The Best Sports Games Around
‘NBA 2K14′ Maintains The Series’ Rep As One Of The Best Sports Games Around
The NBA 2K series has undeniably been king of the video game hardwood for several years now, so it only seemed right that 2k Sports requested the company of another king in Lebron James. With the best basketball player on the planet gracing the cover of NBA 2K14 we have another year of watching the throne as Visual Concepts delivers an excellent round-ball simulation ...
‘Grand Theft Auto’ Continues To Set The Standard For AAA Games With ‘GTA V’
‘Grand Theft Auto’ Continues To Set The Standard For AAA Games With ‘GTA V’
In 2008 Grand Theft Auto IV graced both the Xbox 360 and PS3 systems for the first time, and the title was met with critical acclaim. It was the first time a GTA game had a soul as it put gamers into the shoes of Niko Bellic. Fast forward to the present and developer Rockstar North has ended its self induced five-year exile and blessed the masses with the follow-up in Grand Theft Auto V... Read Mo
PlayStation Vita Owners Get The FPS Game They’ve Wanted With ‘Killzone: Mercenary’
PlayStation Vita Owners Get The FPS Game They’ve Wanted With ‘Killzone: Mercenary’
Typically, first-person shooters on the PlayStation Vita have not been the move. A year and change had gone by since Sony’s handheld system launched and there hadn’t been a credible game to fill the void in that genre. That is until Killzone: Mercenary arrived, an impressive shooter that bucks that trend ...
Philippe Morin Wants Players To Suffer In Red Barrels’ New Survival Horror Video Game
Philippe Morin Wants Players To Suffer In Red Barrels’ New Survival Horror Video Game
Developer: Red Barrels Release Date: September 4, 2013 Platforms: Steam (PC), PS4 Imagine being trapped inside a deserted mental asylum with a night vision camera and your wit as your only means of survival. Upon investigating, you find something unspeakable occupies the asylum with you, and it’s pretty apparent this thing is pissed off as it chases you down dark hallways with murderous intentions

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