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And so, after the end of another year full of great games both big and small, here we are to put together a collection of some of our favourite music that got piped into our earholes while playing them.
As far as gaming in 2013 went, this year went pretty well for me. I played a surprisingly good amount of new games, and managed to cover a good bit of my backlog too. It’s December, so like many other places and people, it’s time to reflect on the games I enjoyed the most in 2013.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Grand Theft Auto III, Rockstar Games have announced that the iconic title, which was the first third-person perspective game in the series, is to appear on select mobile devices.
If there’s one constant in videogames it’s the boss fight. Across genres, from Mario to Mass Effect: they’re here to stay. But why do we have them? Are they a relic of gaming past? Or an essential aspect of games?
On 26th October 2000 Sony released the PlayStation 2 on North American shores. A decade on, with 145 million units sold (a number that’s still rising) and over 2000 games developed for it, it is not only the best selling home console of all time but a true gaming icon that has secured its mark in the annals of history. To mark its 10th year on sale in the US, some of our PXOD writers have written about their fond memories, experiences of and thoughts on the PlayStation 2.
First of all welcome to what I hope will become a regular feature here at Press X or Die. This weeks free game is the R* classic and the launch of one of the most successful video game franchises, the original and iconic Grand Theft Auto.