Brad: Favorite Videos
C'mon, look at that face!
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One of the (relative) downsides of covering games for a living is only having a finite amount of time to play games, and often having to play a bunch of games you'd rather not mess with. A consequence of this responsibility is lacking the time to pla...
The strongest desires in the world lie within this list. Or something like that, at least.
JackiJinx: Favorites. In a particular order.
List of the most awesome characters in video game history.
Random things that I think sound interesting, but don't know diddly about.
You know they're out there. You love a game to death, and only want more, but it's never going to give you more. Come on and be nice to us and sequel or remake these up!
Games that I either no longer own or no longer possess (ie sold, lost, or uninstalled).
Oh, I believe this is self-explanitory
As the title says, the games on this list are a must for any gamer. This isn't the standard list that covers basics like Super Mario 3, Halo, and Sonic the Hedgehog. This is the stuff that spins gaming on its head.
While good and bad are subjective words, the games on this list typically have few people around to defend them when the naysayers speak up, and usually for a good reason.
A compilation of regrettable game purchases.
I was a Nintendo Power subscriber who barely knew anything about the PlayStation 2, and even less about the Dreamcast. How was I to know that I was missing out on such a great console way back a decade ago? I didn't. Sorry, Sega, for letting you down...
As I have acknowledged the darker side of gaming, I feel it's fitting to show some rather well done covers, too.
For whatever reasons, my dad doesn't play a lot of games, but when he does, he plays them to the point of obsession, claiming that he's the best in the world at some games. For the most part, this turns me off to playing these games, but in some case...
This list is of those games that I've only watched playthroughs of and have never played the games myself. It's one of those special levels of game dedication.
A collective of all the things (characters, games, etc) that have had trouble coming to terms with their identities, or just have confused us all to hell.
Games that can hardly be defined by a genre.
Let's just say there are some characters that I can not stand.
Baby, you know that you agree with me.
Self-explanitory. I like some good looking games, mate.
For games where you just can't have several individual stories going, but one where the family/friends must deal with your own shenanigans.
Real lives, real stories, real games. This is my ultimate chill team.
Games that I wouldn't exactly put on my wishlist, but still have an interest in buying regardless.
Hate, hate, hate.
Like, like, like.
A selection of games with music that caught my ear.
A list of characters that say some particularly er...interesting things.
List of games that have achieved/done first things in the gaming industry.
Most of the time, I end up adding technical information, editing entries for grammar, or adding interesting new pages. These are the few that I've actually written stuff for.
Sometimes, I just think too much.
List of Japanese games I'd like to look at at some point or another for both academic and entertainment purposes. I don't need your approval, G.
JackiJinx: E3 2010 Most Anticipated Games
If you really need a description to tell you what the title says, I can't help you out.
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