The good ol’ dread days… the rise of Ultima Online – the first, true MMO
An eclectic collection of of articles on popular and retro video games that do not neatly fit into the genres featured on the site. AlteredGamer.com provides video game walkthroughs, reviews, beginner and advanced game play guides, cheats, and more, all written by experienced gamers.
The factional approach gets tried with Arthurian Legend and Dark Age Of Camelot
Sonny is a turn-based Flash RPG with a surprising amount of depth that combines an intriguing storyline with excellent graphical effects and difficult battle scenarios.
In the first part of this series, we talked about LucasArts – this time, it’s Day of the Tentacle, the sequel to Maniac Mansion and one of Lucas’ finest adventure games.
Love crime PC games? Well, GameInvest is looking to score with their upcoming release – Defenders of Law, Inc.: Crime in Willburg.
A Breakout based online time waster with some neat twists is reviewed.
A streamlined battle throughout time to defeat your opponent over the course of the history of warfare and beyond.
This is what would have happened had the US struck during the Cold War, and in this Flash game, you get to play Russia’s retaliation. But is it worth it in the end?
Ever wanted to spread world wide panic and infect all of humanity? Then this is the game for you!
Gametap allows you to play many of your favorite games whether they are 80’s arcade classics or newer graphically demanding PC games. Gametap is a subscription service but they also offer a ton of great games completely free of charge. Let’s take a closer look at Gametap and see what they have to offer.
For us avid gamers, there are always those times when friends are online, but they are playing something else. The old ways of chatting – i.e. instant messenger – will screw up just about any MMO game or at least cause you to lose out on something… But now, there is a way for all of us to communicate with our gamer friends all the time – even when we’re gaming!
R-Type Final promises refinements on its own distinctive shoot-em-up formula, as well as to the shooter genre as a whole. Does it deliver?
Problem: your game console is hooked up to your big-screen television, but all your movies, pictures, and music are on your computer. Solution: TVersity. And it’s free.