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6/14/2013 7:36:31 PMPosted in: Latest Stories
Before we even begin to get started here, let's get the ol' disclaimer out of the way.
This post will contain major story spoilers to the singleplayer mode in The Last of Us. If you haven't played this mode yet or do not want the story spoiled, do not read past the break or you will be very sad.
The Last of Us is easily the best game released in 2013, both from a singleplayer and multiplayer perspective. At its heart, however, The Last of Us is a story-driven video game that delivers its story unlike any other game released in the last few years.
From the opening moments to the tail end of the story, The Last of Us grabs you and never lets you go.
You can read the full post at http://www.fpsgeneral.com/news/the-last-of-us/24627-breaking-down-the-ending-in-the-last-of-us!
6/4/2013 5:07:56 PM
Scott 'ProjectMak' Brass, team captain of Curse EU - the professional Call of Duty team that our parent site sponsors - has put together a great video and article discussing some hopes he has for Call of Duty: Ghosts from a professional Call of Duty player's perspective.
Check out the video above and give the article a read at http://www.fpsgeneral.com/news/call-of-duty-ghosts/24485-what-pro-gamers-want-out-of-call-of-duty-ghosts.
6/4/2013 5:06:38 PMNateRios posted a message on We've Played Multiplayer in The Last of Us and It's...DifferentPosted in: Latest Stories
We've been spending some time playing The Last of Us recently and as much as we'd like to tell you all about the game right this instant, it isn't worth breaking the embargo over and having Naughty Dog field agents swarming over the office faster than a Clicker can turn you into dinner.
What we can tell you, however, is that The Last of Us multiplayer is a very unique experience, and pretty different than anything else out there right now. This should be expected, it's Naughty Dog after all, but here's the rundown:
Note: this post will contain mild spoilers from The Last of Us, you are forewarned. To read the full post, visit http://www.fpsgeneral.com/news/the-last-of-us/24487-weve-played-multiplayer-in-the-last-of-us-and-its.
5/20/2013 6:39:01 PMNateRios posted a message on Next-Generation Xbox Reveal Viewer's Guide - June 21st, 2013Posted in: Latest Stories
Microsoft is gearing up to reveal the next-generation of Xbox at a special press event in Redmond, WA this week. If you - like most gamers - aren't going to be on hand at the event, this article will provide everything you need to stay up to date on the biggest news from the event.
Check out the full viewers guide for information on where you can watch, at what time and who you should follow on Twitter to stay up to date at http://www.fpsgeneral.com/news/call-of-duty-ghosts/24317-next-generation-xbox-reveal-viewers-guide-june.
5/13/2013 6:53:11 PMNateRios posted a message on What Reviewers Aren't Talking About in Metro: Last LightPosted in: Latest Stories
Metro: Last Light hits shelves tomorrow, May 14th, 2013 and the floodgates on reviews of the game have opened up this morning. As we all get inundated with hands-on pieces for the game, we wanted to take a minute to point out an oddity that we couldn't help but notice.
Before you read this, go ahead and browse a few reviews of Metro: Last Light. Just pick two or three arbitrarily and come back when you're all done.
Now, odds are that you just read about Metro's dark undertones. It's unashamed take on violence and maturity in gaming. The technical prowess that 4A Games has demonstrated in Metro: Last Light. Without question, you read about the fantastic environment of the underground. All of these things are true, but there's one thing that reviewers are shying away from discussing.
Metro: Last Light features a graphic and shocking attempted rape scene.
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