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TF2 Achievement Guide & FAQ
By: | December 8th, 2008

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Hello, and welcome to my Team Fortress 2 achievement guide. This guide will provide helpful tips and tricks on how to obtain all of the achievements legitimately.  There are 17 achievements in TF2 and if you get them all you will also gain 170 Gamerpoints.

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This Gens Console Sellers
By: | December 7th, 2008

What sells a console? Is it strong reliable hardware? Is it a powerful graphics processor? Is it huge amounts of ram? Well if this generation is any indication, none of this matters. But one thing surely does. The games. Below the surface the 360 and PS3 have a lot in common and the odd ball Wii tends to sell fine with lacking software support.

The truth is the Wii is unique in it’s high sales of units and the lacking library is odd. Usually a game console needs a strong library with a few exclusives to push that system above the others. Thus this is a list of games from this generation that can or should push consoles. Many, if not all, should be in each respective console owners collection. Some may not seem like system sellers to everyone but in one way or another are of interest to console owners.

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Fallout 3 Complete Side Quest Guide
By: | December 7th, 2008

Guide provided by Pink lee Torres

Our feature guide for today is again another Fallout 3 guide, except this time it’s covering all the side quests, this guide was provided by Pink Lee Torres. many thanks and enjoy.

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Rainbow 6 Vegas 2 Multiplayer FAQ
By: | December 6th, 2008

Guide provided by SwiftViolet

Continueing our forever running catch up on game guides, is a complete multiplayer guide for Rainbow 6 Vegas 2, included is everything from multiplayer tips to multiplayer-specific FAQ’s, Useful Links and a FAQ for possible-R6V2 owners. This guide covers basically every aspect of R6V2’s Multiplayer.

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Looking to the Future
By: | December 6th, 2008

Even though it was three years ago, its seems as it was only yesterday that Microsoft unleashed its newest console onto the market, marking the era of high definition gaming. One short year later, Nintendo and Sony jumped into the fray, finally making the “next generation” the current generation. Now only two years later, we have already have begun to hear rumblings of the next console generation and this disheartens me. I feel as though we just have begun to receive the games that take advantage of all that the consoles have to offer. Seeing what this generation offers has left me with one question: Where do we go from here?

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Left 4 Dead Review
By: | December 6th, 2008

Zombies are hot. One glance at any message board specializing in nerd sub-culture and it’s easy to see that Zombies are the Prada of the geek world. Suffice it to say, ninjas are out. Equally as popular in today’s gaming climate is cooperative play, more specifically, the online variety. Left 4 Dead, from Half-Life publisher Valve, serves to combine cooperative play and zombies into one fantastic yet frantic experience that’s completely unique at the same time.

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2009, Like 2008, but +1
By: | December 5th, 2008

2008 isn’t over, and neither is our newly created backlog brought on by the tidal wave of games released in the last few months. A shrink wrapped copies of games I don’t care about are waiting to get their turn in the disc drive, but unfortunately for them and our sanity, we at Gamerlimit.com are always looking forward, no matter how great the risk of death by exhaustion. We’re taking a look at 5 games coming out in quarter 1 of 2009. 5 games bold enough to be released after the holiday season. 5 games that are coming out long after gaming fatigue has already kicked in.

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Around a week ago, The Gamer Limit announced its first habitual feature series, the ‘Weekly NitPik’. Now, after Call of Duty: World at War has had its torment, it’s time for CoD’s sister series, Battlefield, to bravely step up onto the chopping block! It’s time to NitPik.

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Health Bars are so Last Gen…
By: | December 4th, 2008

On November 21st 2004, the Nintendo DS was launched to a very welcoming standing ovation, not only did this mark the start of gaming’s seventh generation, but it also set in motion a revolutionary change in games themselves.

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Mortal Kombat has had a tattered history; its first 4 iterations were some of the first games targeted by the “Video Games beget Violence” crusaders.  The next few titles in the series were notable deviations in the formula, branded as unremarkable fighters using unremarkable mini-games as a crutch.  Much doubt has been cast upon the newest title, Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, especially with the inclusion of DC Superheroes resulting in the omission of the gruesome fatalities of old. Having played the game for many hours, I can safely say that MK vs. DC is not a deviation, it’s not a gimmick, and it should be titled Mortal Kombat 4.

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Activision a publisher that loves sequels has announced a new line up of true sequels to come.  One of the major announcements was Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 which is being developed by Infinity Ward.  No surprise here since Modern Warfare was such a huge success.  Amongst other titles Activision has also announced sequels such as Guitar Hero V, a not yet titled Tony Hawk game and some other news about Bizarre Creations new project an original IP racing game that mixes a few familiar idea such as “Forza meets Mario Kart.  MTV Blog has also learned of a rumor that Bizarre is working on a racing game based on the James Bond universe.

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If you were to ask any serious video game enthusiast about which game they consider to be the king of fighting games, 99.9 percent of the time you’re going to get the same answer, and here’s a hint: it’s not going to be the one with the word “king” in the title.
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