There's some powerful lessons about discrimination to be learned for mature players.
There's something very Biblical about this battle between darkness and light
An addictive game where morals don't exist
The gods of the game world look a lot like ourselves
What happens after the war ends?
Do God's commands apply when I play games?
What if the only rule was that there were no rules?
Is the old Call of Duty magic Oscar Mike, or simply AWOL?
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A dead set winner for parties and games nights.
Burnout 3 streaks ahead of the competition in racing games.
Punches and pyrotechnics in Nintendo's ultimate party game.
Violent action, strong language, drug references, and an unhealthy dosage of sexual content permeate what could have been a masterpiece.
A great game, but probably best for mature players.
Violence, video games and zombies, lots of zombies.
Okami (pronounced aw-kah-mih) was a sleeper-hit on PS2 and Wii from the now-defunct Clover Studios. Following in the footsteps of The Legend of Zelda, Okami is an epic adventure set ...
How could a god of order and justice turn out to be the enemy of humanity?