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Skyrim Walkthrough Guide

Skyrim walkthrough Guide. With millions of opportunities awaiting you in the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, it is a world filled with countless options, it can become difficult deciding which path to choose. When I began playing the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim I just wanted to become a high leveled Orc and max out all his stats. But it’s not quite that simple, it takes time and preparation. Without prior knowledge of how “perks” and Leveling up works, effective leveling will not be possible. In a game with limitless choices, it can be very easy to WASTE an extra perk or spend TRIPLE the amount of time to reach a higher level. Although you may think you have it all figured out, it would be wise to prepare ahead of time and develop a plan on how to progress your character in the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

Battlefield 3: Armored Kill Review

With the Close Quarters DLC having just been released in June 2012, the Battlefield community is already anticipating the release of the second DLC in the franchise. Scheduled for release later in 2012, Armored Kill offers all the action and intense gameplay of its predecessors, with the addition of plenty of vehicular mayhem to suit the steel-hearted warrior. While Close Quarters was firmly focused on high-intensity indoor action (hence the name) and disorienting vertical gameplay, Armored Kill brings the action to the road with a level of vehicular action previously unheard of in the gaming community. Add to that what is reportedly the biggest map in the Battlefield 3 franchise, and Armored Kill is shaping up to be something of a game changer.

Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus – Review of the Playstation Vita Video Game

If you have managed to avoid this game for 8 long years, here is yet another chance to see what all the fuss is about, and this time it’s portable. Although time has magnified its flaws, Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus is still one of the finest action-adventure games ever made. However, if you have played this game 2-3 times already, feel free to give it a pass and move along.

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

I must admit, I’ve never been that into DC Comics. Sure, I love the Nolan-directed Batman movies and the animated Justice League show but when it comes to the actual characters, my heart belongs in the Marvel Universe. After spending some time with LEGO Batman 2, I must say I’m now more than interested in getting into DC’s roster- it was awesome to see these familiar characters interact with each other in the LEGO world.

Spec Ops: The Line-Third-Person Shooter Action With A Locational Twist

The third-person shooter paradigm isn’t exactly new, but Spec Ops: The Line shows that there is still some potential in the massively popular gaming format. While there is little in the basic gameplay that will surprise longtime gamers, the placement of the action in a Dubai city setting during an ongoing sandstorm is definitely a novel touch.

Mario Kart 7

As you can tell by the name, there are quite a few Mario Kart games out there to choose from. So what makes this one different from the rest? Not much really. Read on to find out more!

Review – Treasures of Montezuma 3

The Apple App Store is crowded with all manner of variations of the match 3 game. Most of them are kind of boring, the  best ones bring some new twist to the game that makes you want to keep playing.

Rayman Origins – Review of the Playstation Vita Video Game

Rayman loses the Rabbids and gets back his respect. Find out why Rayman Origins is one of the best new platformers out there, and a fantastic return to form.

The Best Shooters of 2012 – 2013

With the scheduled release of some of the best Xbox 360 shooters, 2012 and 2013 promise to be the best years of the shooter genre in gaming history to date. Borderlands 2, Halo 4, Call of Duty Black Ops 2, and Medal of Honor: Warfighter, are among the games that will join the ranks of Battlefield 3 and the top shooters of all time.

My Experience With A Flight Simulator

This is not another review of a flight simulator, It’s just that I’d like to share with you my own experience of flying and what I’ve learn since I got interested, after seeing my kid playing Pro Flight Simulator online. It intrigues me so much that I went back in time to find out how it all started. Flight simulation really started way back in the 1920s, however in the 1960s and the 1980s it was only for high – end computers. In the 90’s with increasing technology in computers we started to see more and more flight simulator games available to everyone who had a computer.

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