Published on 16th December 2008 by
Originally Posted by Noob4ever
However, what game Is that chick in the middle of the picture from, the one on the front page that links to the article, she doesnt ring any bells and I thought I'd played just about everything so far this year
Originally Posted by bowman'Left4Dead is undeniably awesome, but its a different kind of multiplayer experience, one where youre working co-operatively with other players.'
'While Left4Dead has shown us that playing with your friends can be great fun, for me theres still nothing that can top pwning with them - and for me, the best place to do that is in a place where I can use my wits as well as my reaction times to conquer my opponent!'
Someone needs to tip Harry about versus mode. :P
Originally Posted by Harry...my favourite gaming experiences of 2008 have, somewhat ironically, all been in games that were released in 2007
Originally Posted by The Best Gaming Moments of 2008 - JoeThe twist though is that the princess may or may not really exist and the narrator of the story might be a lot more unreliable than youâre accustomed to expecting.
Originally Posted by pimlicosoundMy favourite moments this year probably won't be the most popular choices, other than finishing Portal with all the joy that comes with it.
GTA4 had some truly awesome moments, like getting through the Four Leaf Clover bank heist mission, and finishing the game and realising that you've won nothing: loved ones dead, not much hope for the future - I loved the way it deconstructed the traditional game ending. Little Jacob says something like, "Come on, man, you've won." And the unspoken question left hanging in the air is, "Have I?"
Far Cry 2 had some incredible moments - but due to the unscripted nature of the game, they were all of my own making, which made them all the more satisfying. Towards the end of the game there's an enemy-infested village in a grassy savannah, and all the huts are erected on wooden stilts. Having played stealth for most of the game, I'd just finished all the arms dealer missions, so I had clean versions of all the best guns. I went in in broad daylight, flamethrower at the ready, and just ran around spraying everything with firey death - not just people, but grass, trees and (most importantly) wooden stilts! The whole village burst into flames. It was beautiful.
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