First Person Shooters are my favorite type of game. So many amazing titles have been released, from the Doom and Wolfenstein franchises of 1990′s, to the Halo and Half-Life franchises still going strong today. FPS games offer the player the chance to immerse themselves in the lives of the characters they inhabit, while playing through some of the best story
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Kuma Reality Games’ KumaWar brings the first person shooter to the serialized, monthly-fee based territory only recently exclusive to massively multiplayer RPGs. Kuma allows you to take on a variety of real world missions with the belief that you can do things better, or differently, than the way the initial situation was handled. Most of the missions released so far
Postal 2 from Running with Scissors is the sequel to the isometric-action title that put you in the shoes of The Postal Guy with an arsenal of weapons and a bone to pick with every member of society. The game, only fueling the argument against violence in videogames, wasn’t a genre busting product but it did provide some solid laughs
I can remember the days of the Total Entertainment Network (TEN) when me and a few of my buddies would log on to the free service and lay the smack down on each other in a variety of first person shooters including Duke Nukem 3D and Shadow Warrior, but there was one game that we kept coming back for more
The first Solider of Fortune game by Raven was a hit in the gut to some politicians who had been on a rampage to ban games like SoF, Kingpin, Doom, etc. and when Soldier of Fortune was released with it’s “gore zones” that allowed for you to precisely pick off parts of an enemies body, things could only get worse.
There are a few questions you need to ask yourself before you enter the rich world of Kingpin: Life of Crime. The first question is do you like violence? Got an answer, Great! Now ask yourself this, "Do you like un-called for bloodshed, the F-word used as a verb, pronoun, adverb, and adjective in almost every sentence?" Well if you
Sequels have never been something that people like in any industry. In the movie and game industry sequels get some very hard treatment. A sequel has to rise above and beyond that of the original and still introduce new material to keep the players or viewers of the original interested. Now enter the world of Quake. The series that has
The bullets wiz by and the body count rises. Trying my hardest I run as fast as I can after the train with the tattooed mad man on it. His devilish laugh still echoes down the subway tunnel. Bullets and terrorists are flying by me on all sides. With the help of my night-specs I am able to see them
Enter the world of Star Trek Voyager; a legacy of shows that have explored everything from alien conflicts to heart felt romances. The back-story is simple, yet perplexing in it’s own way. Voyager was transported 70 million light years to the Delta Quadrant by an entity known as the Caretaker. The Caretaker believed that Voyager could in some way help
When it was announced that and expansion pack would be coming out for my favorite first person shooter, I was overjoyed and ecstatic. I wish I could have stayed that way while playing the game. I believe that I am spoiled a bit when it comes to expansion packs. I don’t feel that anyone can top Blizzard in that respect.