The subject of gaming tattoos is normally one filled with stories of amazing, well drawn, detailed, kick ass homages to some of gamings most pivotal moments and gaming heroes. These five are anything but what I’ve described. From the lame to the insane, here’s our choice of the worlds worst. Little may be known about the actual person behind the tattoos, but if you know any of the people in the pictures feel free to name and shame. Keep Reading…
Despite the demise of platform games in recent times, it is still a genre that many of us hold dear to heart. The majority of gamers would of started off as a child playing platform games and despite the decline in the genre there still remains a few gems released every now and then. Choosing five of the best from the huge selection was no easy task but they have been chosen based on innovation and ‘fun factor’. Keep Reading…
Xbox Live has been around since 2002 and I have have played on the service (probably too much) every year since. A lot of people who play on Live today may not have been round since ‘the good old days’ so I have compiled a list of the best multiplayer experiences I have had along the way. These games have literally sucked the life out of me at one point or another, through late nighters and all day, no-life times. Here are the games I would love to go back in time and play when they were first released (and populated). Keep reading…
Videogamedebates top 5 series heads in to perverted territoty as we list the biggest balls in gaming history. This is not a literal list, I haven’t personally measured any manhood, it is more a homage to the bravest and most daring protagonists from video game history (just thought I’d clear that up). Do you agree with this list? Let me know! Keep reading…
Valentines day gaming special. The day of love is nearly upon us and I’ll be celebrating the best in game romances by playing through my favorite love stories(I do have a heart). Instead of providing a simple list of the best fully fledged romances, I have gone for the nearly romances. The ones that nearly made it but fall at the final hurdle, the ones we long to see but haven’t happened yet and may never happen. It brings a tear to my eye, here goes. Keep Reading.. more!
Console gaming has come a long way since it’s origins. There’s no denying there were pivotal moments to its success and without the the five events happening I’ve outlined below, we would see a much different industry to the one we see now. Are any of these moments in your top 5? Keep Reading..
Written by Adam Sullivan – NextGenerationGamer
With the next generation of consoles upon us, it is still not time to unplug your good old Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3. Because of the releases of the PS4 and Xbox One, many hits from the previous generation have dropped severely in price. Here are the best possible games that you can pick up if you do not already own these amazing titles for under $10
1. Red Dead Redemption (9.99 at GameStop)
Red Dead Redemption in my opinion is the best game available for the Xbox 360. You are John Marston, former outlaw hunting down some old friends from his darker times. This game is a true western, and you are blown away the second that you start to roam their vast world and see the sprawling mountain ranges, living communities, and animals out on the prowl. Red Dead Redemption is a game that you will pick up and not put down until you have it 100% completed. This game in my eyes is Rockstar Games’ masterpiece, and a true 10/10 experience.
2. Assassin’s Creed II (9.99 at GameStop)
Assassin’s Creed II was a huge step forward for the story. I did not feel as connected with Altair from the first game as I did with his ancestor Ezio, who I felt was a perfectly written character. Everything was improved for this great sequel, such as visuals, animations, combat, and parkour. This is the best in the Assassin’s Creed series, and is only rivaled
3. Gears of War 2 (0.99 at GameStop)
Gears of War 2 was the game that really made the Gears of War series click for me. I was a fan of the first game, and anticipated the second one, and was blown away by the updated visuals, improved story, and co-op that I didn’t think could get any better from the first game. Gears of War 2 was a severe step up for the series.
4. L.A. Noire (9.99 at GameStop)
L.A. Noire placed me as a detective solving mysteries in the middle of the 1940’s. I found myself scratching my head and searching the crime scenes, along with questioning many people to get to the bottom of the cases. Every case is well thought out, well written, and the acting is unsurpassed by any other game. The motion capture technology is phenomenal, and so is L.A. Noire
5. Fable II (2.99 at GameStop)
Fable II was a blast and in my eyes was one of the best RPGs on the Xbox 360. For me, there was never a dull moment in this RPG Adventure. Every character was well written, and it had this sense of humor that you couldn’t find really anywhere else except one of the other Fable games. This title got me excited for the future of the series, and boy did Fable III live up to what I expected.
Total Price for all Games: $33.95 for all 5 games