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Guitar Hero III: Legends Of Rock (3) (with Guitar Controller)
So, I know the Guitar Hero game franchise has been out there for a while, but it doesn't mean you shouldn't try this game if you haven't before. You'll find yourself trying to get longer "note streaks" and more stars on the reviews until you feel ready to try the next level of difficulty, and you'll start over again, trying to be as good as on the previous level. Good rock music will keep you going.
I never played the guitar and I suppose that helps - I actually feel like I'm playing the guitar for real (since I don't know what that's like I easily convince myself that playing Guitar Hero is how it feels!). Knowing it is very different from playing an actual guitar doesn't really matter. After all, playing Call of Duty is not like being in an actual war either, thank God.
Guitar Hero (Legends of Rock) releases my inner rock star much like Singstar already released my inner pop star.
Guitar Hero III: Legends Of Rock - Aerosmith Bundle (includes Legends Of Rock, Guitar Hero: Aerosmith & Guitar Controller) (PC)
Guitar Hero (Legends of Rock & Aerosmith) releases my inner rock star much like Singstar already released my inner pop star.
Tomb Raider Legend
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TR: Legend was my first encounter with the Tomb Raider games. Nice graphics, easy to learn controls, challenging enough puzzles. I bought the game about a year after release at a bargain price - had I payed full price I think I wouldn't have found it worth the cost.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell 4: Double Agent
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Good game with a new concept where you can decide whether you want to go through a level helping the good guys or the bad guys. If you help one side too much, the other side gets suspicious, so be careful and try to please both. Not so easy, but a nice addition to the stealth concept.
Worms 2 & Worms Armageddon Double Pack
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So simple to learn the basics, but so complex to fine tune the many ways to blow your opponent's worms to kingdom come! If you haven't played Worms, you're missing out on some serious fun! Playing against your friends is best, but playing solo against the AI is not bad either!
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So simple to learn the basics, but so complex to fine tune the many ways to blow your opponent's worms to kingdom come! If you haven't played Worms, you're missing out on some serious fun! Playing with your friends is great, but playing solo against the AI is not bad either!
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The hitman series is great. Contracts is not the best one in the series, but still a very good game. If you liked the other games in the series, you shouldn't miss out on this one.
Call Of Duty: Deluxe Edition
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Normally, the idea of "loads of killing" does not attract me (I prefer sneaking, like in the Hitman series) but this game was easy to like, including the expansion. I didn't play it until last year but graphics are really good even though the game is a few years old. The single player campaign is not too short and with the expansion you'll lose many hours to this game.
Hitman 2: Silent Assassin (Platinum)
6 New from
One of the few FPS games that I like. Your goal is not to kill everybody, but to sneak past them and only kill the target without anyone else noticing. It is so easy to lose hours trying to find better ways to solve a level. Controls are easy to learn, but the maps can be a bit confusing on some levels.
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I didn't play this game until last year. I was never fond of FPS games but a friend urged me to try it. In the beginning I liked it, with stunning graphics (it does not feel 4 years old) and seemingly varied levels. But when the game continues and the Trigens start to appear, the levels don't vary that much. You're inside in some levels, outside (beautiful surroundings) in some, but the feeling I got was "I've done this level before". About 3/4 into the game, I was so bored I simply did not bother to finish. At the current play.com price of 4€ I suppose you'll find it good value for money, whether you finish it or not!