Top 5 Indiana Jones Video Games

Indiana Jones. What’s not to love? He’s smart. He’s brave. He’s a part-time teacher, full-time Nazi-buster. Still, when he’s not teaching Hitler’s goons the error of their ways, he’s liberating kids from a life of slavery in deepest, darkest India….

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10 Strange But Awesome Guest Characters in Video Games

Guest characters make a neat addition to any game, usually injecting a touch of novelty-value and tongue-in-cheek humour. For example, who wouldn’t welcome the chance to play as a horor-movie monster in Mortal Kombat rather than goody two-shoes Liu Kang…

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Tomb Raider: Celebrating Lara’s Best Adventures

For the past 20 years, one special lady has been a formidable figure in the gaming world. Princess Peach? Well, yes, but not her. Chun-Li? She’s awesome, but no, we’re not talking about her either. Samus? Okay, so there’s plenty…

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10 Best Sega Master System Games Still Worth Your Time

The Sega Master System was a gem of an 8-bit console. Sure, it couldn’t overtake the NES in terms of worldwide sales, but it was the purchase of choice for those gamers with no interest in a certain moustachioed plumber….

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Mass Effect: Andromeda: 5 Reasons To Be Excited

With the Mass Effect trilogy, BioWare created one of the most amazing science-fiction universes in the history of video games. Over those three adventures, we got to see a huge range of awesome worlds, interact with many diverse species, and…

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7 Classic Movies We Want To See As New Video Games

Over the years, many classic movies have received belated tie-in games. In 2002, John Carpenter’s The Thing was given a follow-up, 30 years after the film’s release. Developers Computer Artworks did a fantastic job of capturing all the atmosphere, terror,…

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7 Great Video Games That Let You Be The Bad Guy

One of the many joys of playing video games is blowing off steam. Whether you’re going on a rampage in GTA or wasting rebel scum as Darth Vader in Star Wars Battlefront, being able to release tension and vent frustration…

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Five Retro Horror Games for Halloween

Modern horror games can be pretty intense. Think of wandering through the dark corridors of Sevastopol Station in Alien: Isolation, just waiting for that acid-filled Xenomorph to drop down through an air vent. Remember the spine-tingling thrills of facing Necromorphs…

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5 of the Creepiest Horror Game Soundtracks

With Halloween fast approaching, what better time to celebrate some of the scariest scores from the history of horror games? Even if you’re not a fan of the genre, you’re sure to have played at least one or two horror…

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