As a history and economics lover I might nitpick, but it’s true, you do learn the most surprising things from games sometimes… it’s not like school learning, and it might be fluffed over sometimes, but on the other side it’s actually personal and interesting enough that you actually become curious of the subject matter. For example every time I played Civilization 3/4/5 I was impressed at how much research they must’ve done and how I could look at history with new perspectives and a deeper understanding exactly because it wasn’t just a retelling but a reinventing.
One of the very few car games I’ve actually enjoyed, even to the point that I’ve recently started playing it a again on an old laptop. Just crazy fun. The level design is amazingly original.
I don’t really watch sports… so I’m not that used to two hyper excited breathless guys commenting… an interesting take on strategy games. Still, seeing players that advanced, micromanaging and whatnot is sorta intimidating for me, but then again the pleasure of discovering those things for yourself probably still stands. Maybe someday i’ll be starcraft 2-ing too, like i once tried starcrafting… though that’s a high challenge level online without the satisfaction of a particular small group of friends you can grow with.
PS: is there reaaaaaly no battle report where a Zerg player wins? I feel for the hive.
Eight FPS characters. Multiple challenges. One Winner.
In this extreme reality special the best (but not necessarily the brightest) FPS superstars face off and compete for the title of Top FPS.
Note: Marcus lied on his application to the challenge and was accepted despite not being an FPS.