The Witcher 2 – Part 14 – The Kayran – Talk to Cedric


The Witcher 2 – Part 14 – The Kayran – Talk to Cedric
Rating: 5
Subscribe: ow.ly I Facebook: ow.ly I Twitter: ow.ly Game: The Witcher 2 Platform: PC Genre: RPG Director: www.youtube.com/YIC17 The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is the sequel to 2007’s quirky-yet-dark RPG “The Witcher”. Once again thrusting players into the boots of titular monster slayer Geralt of Rivia, The Witcher 2 follows him on his quest to regain his memories, reveal the purpose behind a string of regicides, and unravel the mysteries of the Wild Hunt. Along the way, Geralt encounters old friends and new enemies, throughout an epic branching plot crossing 4 chapters and 14 possible conclusions. -warning content may contain mild nudity and sexual sugestive content-

Quake II- Xplosiv Range

Quake II- Xplosiv Range

Quake II- Xplosiv Range
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Quake II- Xplosiv Range
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There is no underestimating the appeal of Quake, but does this sequel live up to the original? The answer is a resounding YES. In fact, on the whole, this package may even be better than its predecessor.

The mission is the same: to save humanity from the aliens’ war machine. The graphics are extraordinary with 16-bit graphics and real-time lightning effects which make for an impressive experience.

The real killer-app of Quake II is its superior AI. This is a game in which the user is up against powerful intellects–the missions themselves are highly complex operations. This game is for users with a high IQ and an even higher level of concentration. —Paul Munford

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Red Dead Redemption


Red Dead Redemption
Rating: 4
www.youtube.com Click this to watch Lord of the Rings Online: Siege of Mirkwood: Game Preview S1E21! Red Dead Redemption: Game Preview S1E22 Rockstar Games follows up their 2004 spaghetti western, Red Dead Revolver, with its soon to be released sequel, Red Dead Redemption. FOR MORE MACHINIMA GOTO: www.youtube.com TAGS: yt:quality=high video game for computer UPC 710425395741 spaghetti western Red Dead Revolver sequel cowboy old west gun grand theft auto Red Dead Redemption Rockstar Games San Diego UPC 710425375736 RDR XBox 360 Xbox360 X360 PS3 Playstation [3] Play Station

The Sims 2 (PC CD)

The Sims 2 (PC CD)

The Sims 2 (PC CD)
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The Sims 2 (PC CD)
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The original The Sims is the best selling PC game ever but after four years and seven expansion discs it’s finally starting to look a bit long in the tooth. As the first official sequel almost everything in The Sims 2 has been expanded and improved on from the original, even if the basic idea remains the same: to create and control the lives of your virtual characters.

The entire scope of the game has now increased–your characters age and give birth to children. Sims remain children only for a few weeks, before spending most of the game as adults and then eventually dying and the game carrying on with their children and grandchildren–if they have any. Another big new feature of the game is the introduction of specific “aspirations” for your sim, which can be anything from a specific career to marrying a particular person. Each sim also has their own “fears”, which can be anything from living alone to losing their hair. Which of these situations end up coming true becomes the main influence on whether your sim is happy, the attainment of which is the only true goal in the game.

Apart from all these new features the graphics have been severely overhauled are now in full 3D and more in line with the recent console spin-offs. This is a must buy for anyone that’s ever enjoyed the original titles, but the new features should also be enough to entice sceptics to the fold as well. —David Jenkins

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Narnia: Prince Caspian (PS2)

Narnia: Prince Caspian (PS2)

Narnia: Prince Caspian (PS2)
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Narnia: Prince Caspian (PS2)
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Enter the fantastic world of Narnia once again in The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian. As the sequel to the smash hit “The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe,” the second installment of the Narnia franchise will give players the freedom to explore the deep universe even further while controlling various characters including all of the Pevensie children, Giants, Centaurs and Caspian himself.

  • Up to 20 playable characters with different strengths and abilitie
  • Team up play with your favourite Narnian creatures
  • 2-player drop-in-drop-out gameplay
  • Real-time battles
  • Go beyond the film with a special cut scene starring Prince Caspian himself
  • An exclusive level not seen in the film!

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05 Let's Play – Alice: Madness Returns [part 5], Hatter's Domain (Steam Dress)


05 Let’s Play – Alice: Madness Returns [part 5], Hatter’s Domain (Steam Dress)
Rating: 4
Playlist Link: www.youtube.com Chapter 1, part 5. Alice finds herself now in the Mad Hatter’s Domain, and outfited in a new steamworks or gothic lolita kind of dress. Yowsa! Enjoy. There will be more to come tomorrow. =-=-= Alice: Madness Returns is a video game for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360, released on June 14, 2011 in North America, June 16, 2011 in Europe and June 17, 2011 in the United Kingdom. It is the sequel to the 2000 Windows and Mac video game American McGee’s Alice. McGee, who designed the original game, returns to design the sequel after EA partnered with McGee’s studio Spicy Horse. On April 20, 2011, Electronic Arts confirmed reports that new copies of Alice: Madness Returns on Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 will contain a one-time-use download code for a copy of the original American McGee’s Alice, originally released on PC in 2000, playable on their console if purchased through EA. Those who do not have the code can purchase the game through Madness Returns’ main menu for 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live or $9.99 on PlayStation Network. The Alice: Madness Returns game disc will be required in order to access American McGee’s Alice. PLOT: Madness Returns takes place one year after the events of its predecessor. Alice was released from Rutledge’s Insane Asylum at the end of the original game, and now lives in Victorian London under the care of a psychiatrist, where the traumatic memories of her parents’ deaths in a fire continue to haunt

Classic Game Room – DODONPACHI Sega Saturn review


Classic Game Room – DODONPACHI Sega Saturn review
Rating: 4
Classic Game Room reviews DODONPACHI for Sega Saturn from Cave and Atlus. This vertical scrolling SHMUPS style space ship shooter was released in 1997 as the sequel to Donpachi (Also available for the Sega Saturn). Referred to as a maniac shooter or bullet hell style shooter, DoDonPachi gives players the choice of three space ships and two shot styles each to combat thousands of enemies and hulking end bosses that fill the screen with shot patterns. Fans of Shmup style shooters regard DoDonPachi as one of the better spaceship shooters on the Sega Saturn, a solid game system which handles DoDonPachi with ease. This CGR video review of DoDonPachi has gameplay from DoDonPachi, the sequel to DonPachi recorded from Sega Saturn showing in game footage game play in HD action.

Classic Game Room HD – BLACK for PS2 review


Classic Game Room HD – BLACK for PS2 review
Rating: 4
Classic Game Room HD reviews BLACK for Playstation 2 PS2. Bang! Explode! Boom! Black is the most explosive shooter that CGR has played and one of the most outrageously fun. Over the top explosions, firepower and waves of mindless goons make Black an entertaining game that should appeal to fans of stylish shooters like Red Faction, Time Splitters and others. Not quite as technical and precise as many current favorites, Black revels in its fanfare of shattered glass, shell casings and exploding random barrels and trucks. This CGR review of the first person shooter Black has gameplay from the PS2 video game, Black, showing FPS action on Playstation 2 in Black in HD. Will there be a sequel to Black called Black 2 on PS3 Playstation 3 soon? We can only hope…. perhaps it will be called Black 2 sequel Bodycount for PS3 and Xbox 360…?

Another Maple Story


Another Maple Story
Rating: 4
Ok, so you may not know your Victoria Island from your Kerning City, but if you’ve ever spent time level grinding in ANY online world you’ll LOL at these online misadventures. The follow-up film to “The True MapleStory” this sequel stares blankly into many complaints I have with all MMORPGs from insane quests to hackers, noobs and online romance. So why MS? Its just easier to draw than WoW!

Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny (PS2)

Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny (PS2)

Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny (PS2)
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Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny (PS2)
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This highly anticipated sequel not only gives players an entirely new cast of characters to get to know, but also offers two different worlds to explore, where the actions in one can have a massive effect on the other. Players take on the roles of two orphans in a desperate struggle to save their land, Eden from destruction. In order to save Eden though, one of them needs to travel to the world of Belkhyde to uncover the reasons behind the fate of their land, while the other must stay behind on Eden to try to delay its impending doom. With unique abilities specific to each character, players must cleverly switch between the two to aid each other`s cause.
 

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The Witcher 2 – The Blood Trail of Cedric


The Witcher 2 – The Blood Trail of Cedric
Rating: 5
Subscribe: ow.ly I Facebook: ow.ly I Twitter: ow.ly Game: The Witcher 2 Platform: PC Genre: RPG Director: www.youtube.com/YIC17 The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is the sequel to 2007’s quirky-yet-dark RPG “The Witcher”. Once again thrusting players into the boots of titular monster slayer Geralt of Rivia, The Witcher 2 follows him on his quest to regain his memories, reveal the purpose behind a string of regicides, and unravel the mysteries of the Wild Hunt. Along the way, Geralt encounters old friends and new enemies, throughout an epic branching plot crossing 4 chapters and 14 possible conclusions. walkthrough Part 26

The Witcher 2 – In The Claws of Madness A


The Witcher 2 – In The Claws of Madness A
Rating: 5
Subscribe: ow.ly I Facebook: ow.ly I Twitter: ow.ly Game: The Witcher 2 Platform: PC Genre: RPG Director: www.youtube.com/YIC17 The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is the sequel to 2007’s quirky-yet-dark RPG “The Witcher”. Once again thrusting players into the boots of titular monster slayer Geralt of Rivia, The Witcher 2 follows him on his quest to regain his memories, reveal the purpose behind a string of regicides, and unravel the mysteries of the Wild Hunt. Along the way, Geralt encounters old friends and new enemies, throughout an epic branching plot crossing 4 chapters and 14 possible conclusions. walkthrough Part 27

Escaping the Dungeon


Escaping the Dungeon
Rating: 5
Subscribe: ow.ly I Facebook: ow.ly I Twitter: ow.ly Game: The Witcher 2 Platform: PC Genre: RPG Director: www.youtube.com/YIC17 The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is the sequel to 2007’s quirky-yet-dark RPG “The Witcher”. Once again thrusting players into the boots of titular monster slayer Geralt of Rivia, The Witcher 2 follows him on his quest to regain his memories, reveal the purpose behind a string of regicides, and unravel the mysteries of the Wild Hunt. Along the way, Geralt encounters old friends and new enemies, throughout an epic branching plot crossing 4 chapters and 14 possible conclusions. walkthrough Part 9

IGN Daily Fix, 6-24: Game Company Mergers and Avatar News


IGN Daily Fix, 6-24: Game Company Mergers and Avatar News
Rating: 4
Two big game company mergers, Cameron finally shows off Avatar to someone, Transformers 2 hits theatres, and Hitman will get a sequel.

Michael Fantasy


Michael Fantasy
Rating: 4
sequel to Michael Forever prequel to Michael Quest

Ar Tonelico 2: Melody Of The Metafalica (PS2)

Ar Tonelico 2: Melody Of The Metafalica (PS2)

Ar Tonelico 2: Melody Of The Metafalica (PS2)
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Ar Tonelico 2: Melody Of The Metafalica (PS2)
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Ar Tonelico II: Melody Of Metafalica is the sequel to the only ‘RPG Sim’ where players can ‘dive’ into the psyche of their teammates to help solve their psychological problems and issues – while saving the world through the power of song.

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Crayon Physics Deluxe


Crayon Physics Deluxe
Rating: 4
Me playing a game that I’ve been working on. I got a change to test the game on one of those notebook laptops. It’s called Crayon Physics Deluxe and it’s a sequel to a freeware game I did in June. The game’s website is at www.kloonigames.com The music is _ghost – Lullaby and it’s used under Creative Commons license.

Army Men: Sarge's Heroes 2

Army Men: Sarge’s Heroes 2

Army Men: Sarge's Heroes 2
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Army Men: Sarge's Heroes 2
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Sarge’s Heroes 2 is a sequel to the PlayStation’s mediocre Sarge’s Heroes and there’s good news from the front. This sequel is much improved, and not just in graphics, in gameplay too.

Sarge’s Heroes 2 concerns a renegade blue spy named Brigette Bleu who has stolen the plans for a new “biological” weapon from the evil Tan army. This weapon weakens the plastic in army men bases, so this mission is of paramount importance. It’s up to Sarge and his partner Vicki to rescue the spy and stick it to the evil Tan army once again!

Played in an over-the-shoulder third person perspective Sarge’s Heroes 2 pretends to be clever. Its levels take place in the “real world” and use all kinds of props like soda cans, pencils, etc., but the game is really just about blowing things up. The action is fast, furious, and pretty fun, but, to be honest, lots of shooting games have done the formula better. Though the game’s graphics are worlds better than the original PlayStation game, it isn’t up to the level of games like Quake III: Revolution on the PlayStation2. The game is also hampered by an extremely poor control scheme. You can get used to it, but everything is so sluggish and unresponsive, you might end up putting ol’ Sarge on permanent KP duty rather than play any longer. –Andrew S. Bub

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Spy Hunter (PS2)

Spy Hunter (PS2)

Spy Hunter (PS2)
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Spy Hunter (PS2)
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Spy Hunter is a game almost unique in our time: not only a genuinely top quality PS2 game, but also a superb update of a retro classic–an unlikely achievement, of the same sort as a row of Oscars above Keanu Reeves’ mantelpiece.

The original Spy Hunter was a vertically scrolling shoot-’em-up from the early 80s that was inspired by the Lotus Esprit sequence from The Spy Who Loved Me. This sequel manages to update all the elements of the original in superb 3-D graphics-o-vision yet still maintains the same manic arcade spirit.

The basic gameplay involves you driving your gadget-stuffed spy car (which can also transform into a boat) through one of 14 different courses attempting to complete a variety of different goals, such as blowing up prototype helicopters and defusing bombs. You only have to complete one goal to exit the course, but completing additional goals is the only way to access subsequent levels.

Spy Hunter is unquestionably the best marriage of a driving game and shoot-’em-up ever–and considering how many games have attempted this in the past that’s no small compliment. Shallow it might be, but this is likely to be the most fun you’ve had on a PS2 yet. —David Jenkins

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Time Splitters 2 (GameCube)

Time Splitters 2 (GameCube)

Time Splitters 2 (GameCube)
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Time Splitters 2 (GameCube)
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Want to play a first-person shooter on your console? Tired of there being no proper GoldenEye sequel? Wishing that you could play the part of a Barbary ape in the Wild West? TimeSplitters 2 is the game for you if you answered “yes” to any of these questions.

When Rare made GoldenEye for the N64 in 1997 they created the best first-person shoot-’em-up the world had ever seen and, arguably, has ever seen to this day. Many of the geniuses behind the game left Rare shortly after to set-up their own company, Free Radical; their first game was the rather rushed (in time for the PS2’s launch) TimeSplitters but this sequel is polished to perfection and easily one of the best games of the year.

One of the main problems with the original TimeSplitters was its awful single-player mode, but this has been totally revamped for the sequel with a proper story mode, all-new time zones and weapons and absolutely mountains of unlockable hidden extras. Thankfully they’ve kept the wicked sense of humour from the first game, but there’s also a lot more strategy for solo players this time around, including an amusing homage to GoldenEye‘s Arkangelsk Dam level as well as pastiches of other games and films scattered throughout the game.

The real reason for TimeSplitters 2‘s greatness, though, is the multiplayer mode. This is GoldenEye to the nth degree, with superbly designed levels, tons of weapons and all sorts of tricks and gimmicks such as remote control gun turrets and invisibility pills. It may lack the epic scope of Halo but in multiplayer mode at least this is a lot more fun–and fun, as The Beatles never said, is all you need. —David Jenkins

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