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Gun laws are becoming more strict due to many of the tragic and horrific events that occur across North America. But recently games are being blamed for its violent nature and by so called "influencing people to reenact certain events". I personally enjoy FPS myself but these gun laws might be going further than we expect.
For the full article, click the link: http://www.examiner.com/article/the-gun-ban-is-coming-to-battlefield-and-call-of-duty-say-what
The summary of this article is basically the NRA (national rifle association) is using gaming as an excuse for many of the tragic e...
We all know there are certain problems with games but what I am going to mention in this thread is the vast number of errors I have received for playing many FPS games. I know there are the common issues but here is my top five favourite glitch that I have experienced and still remember today. We all know that lag feeling in the battlefield as it can make us reload the same weapon twice, shoot blanks, and/or make everyone move around more wildly. But other than lag, there are some experiences that is worth mentioning. These experiences are basically one a kind moments that have been patched or is very hard to reproduce.
5:Ghost Recon Online: Do You Believe In Flying?
Have you ever been hit so hard that you see your
Recently I have been browsing the Google Play store for mobile games that are interesting and fun. I have downloaded a whole bunch of games just to be disappointed by various missing aspects. But if there is one thing that really makes me enjoy a great mobile games is the simple yet elegant graphics and gameplay. Some mobile games are made to last as long as an arcade but DOT can keep you entertained for hours. This game can be found on the play store for Android and IOS for iphones.
Defender Of Texel is a mobile game from mobage, if you have heard of Nexon korea they made a mobile game called Darklord Legends that was also featured in the mobage site. There are various other games too, but the free to play Def
I know that there will always be hackers regardless of what game you play. But recently I have encounter constant complaints and hacker paranoia by players. Even when there is NO hacks that can be proven or have evidence against I have found it rather frustrating that players are accusing other players of hacking. There are some games where hackers can run wild freely and there are some games where hackers are constantly shutout. Sometimes it is not always the xtrap, punkbuster, gameshield etc fault, but the amount of players wanting to hack.
Popular and a more Wide Base games are always bound to have hackers
Usually I find games that are older and more readily available to different players across the world is eventually bound to have