Posts Tagged ‘video games’
Posted by JMiller on February 5, 2014 under Featured, News
For the past few years, NBA Live disappeared while NBA 2K ruled the basketball video game world. But this year's NBA Live made a comeback with NBA Live 14. However the question remains: Was it the comeback gamers hoped for and expected? Can Live actually rival the gaming juggernaut that is NBA 2K14? Here we take a look at which game comes out on top when compared side by side. The G... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on November 3, 2013 under Featured, PS3 Spotlights, XBox 360 Spotlights
Call of Duty Ghosts Walkthrough GameGuidedog's Call of Duty: Ghosts Walkthrough Strategy Guide includes: In-depth coverage of all the new innovations, revised game modes, and the latest arsenal additions. Learn everything that’s new to Call of Duty and gain the edge over your competition! Exclusive, highly detailed single-player and multiplayer maps depict every level—we reveal weapon ... more.
Posted by 360informer on October 5, 2013 under Featured, PC, PS3, PS3 Spotlights, Xbox 360, XBox 360 Spotlights
Complete GTA V Walkthrough | Grand Theft Auto 5 Walkthrough If you are wondering why you should bother getting the GameGuidedog GTA V Walkthrough Strategy Guide for online and mobile reading as apposed to the hardcopy book versions, here's one of our reader reviews: GGD Member Says: "I typically do not buy strategy guides because most of the time they are useless. This one proved my point on... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on September 23, 2013 under News
With the overwhelming success of the release of GTA V hitting a record sales high of close to a billion dollars, what do we have in store for us this coming week? Well it's safe to say the release cycle has made big strides to avoid too much fluctuation in releases to continue making way for the systems burning themselves to a crisp with GTA V action. Don't forget to check out the GTA V Walkthr... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on December 22, 2012 under Featured, News
If you are new here you might be surprised to learn that the power the members of GameGuidedog's gaming community continues to multiply for over a decade. No longer will you ever be stuck in a game, nor need to shell out extra cash for a strategy guide. (The average game costs $69.99, do you really need to spend another $20 of your hard earned cash?) Right now till the end of the this year, all... more.
Posted by 360informer on April 5, 2012 under News
Title Platform Genre Release Date Shoot Many Robots PC Action Apr 6, 2012 Anomaly: Warzone Earth X360 Strategy Apr 6, 2012 Xenoblade Chronicles WII Role-Playing Apr 6, 2012 Colors! 3D 3DS Puzzle Apr 5, 2012 Confrontation PC Strategy Apr 5, 2012 Diabolical Pitch X360 Action Apr 4, 2012 Pinball Arcade X360 Puzzle Apr 4, 2012 T... more.
Posted by 360informer on April 2, 2012 under Featured, PC
Sharing a similar visual style to puzzle game classic Portal, Q.U.B.E. takes the concept of a first-person puzzle game in a different direction. Using a special pair of gloves, players must manipulate brightly colored cubes in order to escape increasingly difficulty puzzle rooms. Pretty cool. Let's see if it's actually a good game: Some games try to accomplish a great deal and sometimes the... more.
Posted by Scott Grant on March 2, 2012 under Featured, News
EA and Starbreeze are, once again, reaching back into the 90′s to resurrect another classic series and this time we’re getting a new Syndicate game. The first two Syndicate games were real-time tactical strategy games, played from a top down perspective but this time EA is going full first-person shooter. 2012′s Syndicate forgoes strategy and tactics for firepower and cybernetic augme... more.
Posted by Scott Grant on February 24, 2012 under News
What is the deal with this game? Rythm Party from Konami makes little if any sense. Our friends at The Controller Online have the full story: Made exclusively for XBLA Kinect, Rhythm Party has fun graphics and special effects and is good to get your blood pumping. Although Konami is no stranger to the dance genre, this is only their second attempt at a Kinect dance game. With such a poor so... more.
Posted by 360informer on February 8, 2012 under News
Bringing back Konami shooters in a big way, Otomedius Excellent hits the charts with some serious oomph. Check the trailer and preview video below and to find out more about exactly what Otomedius Excellent really is, our partners at VGBlogger have the full story: An anime chick spin-off of the classic Gradius series, Otomedius Excellent brings retro shmup action to the Xbox 360. Unfortunat... more.