10 Shares Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments As one of the first shooters to pioneer team- and class-based gameplay, the first Team Fortress quickly became a favorite among the online community, inspiring devotion and spawning innumerable user-created modifications that many still play today. Team Fortress 2 was announced almost.
18 Shares Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments One of the most successful video game series of all time returns from a hiatus with Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness. This latest adventure starring modern-day adventuress Lara Croft sends her to Paris, Prague, and a number of dangerous, ancient, subterranean.
6 Shares Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments Velvet Assassin makes heavy use of darkness to bring to light the events of World War II. As an espionage agent fighting behind enemy lines, you slip in and out of shadows, silently stalking through dimly lit streets and grimy prisons as.
5 Shares Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments Japanese role-playing games are a staple of console gaming. But aside from some lackluster ports, they’ve been almost nonexistent on the PC. Developer Ion Storm is attempting to redress this imbalance with Anachronox, a Final Fantasy-inspired game designed specifically for the PC..
6 Shares Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments Few games maintain such an avid fan following as Verant’s online role-playing game EverQuest. That’s partly because Verant created an impressive game to begin with and also because Verant has consistently appealed to its many dedicated subscribers, both by adding new gameplay.
4 Shares Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments A fantasy role-playing game based on the 3rd edition Dungeons & Dragons rules. This RPG stays true to the pen-and-paper role-playing tradition, and allows you to play the 50+ hour campaign alone or online with your friends. Also included in Neverwinter Nights.
5 Shares Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments There’s no question that Tiger Woods has irrecoverably changed the way we look at golf. Previously ruled by stuffy old bluebloods, Tiger Woods infused the sport with a youthful energy that has attracted a much more diverse audience to the game of.
5 Shares Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments If you played the original Two Worlds, you might not be surprised to learn that its sequel does not represent the role-playing genre at its most refined. What may surprise you, however, is that Two Worlds II’s clumsy features don’t greatly diminish.
6 Shares Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments Bandits: Phoenix Rising is a straightforward car combat game that promises straightforward driving and shooting action and more or less fulfills that promise. It’s not especially ambitious, but for what it is, and despite its problematic save system, it’s good enough. .
5 Shares Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments Dungeons & Dragons Online are four words that go great together, and yet this recently released online role-playing game isn’t necessarily the dream come true its name suggests. That’s not because D&D Online doesn’t do a generally good job in its specific.