November 19, 2006- The day North America finally got the eagerly anticipated Nintendo Wii. 2 years later we take a look at where the Wii is going and what it has done to get here. The Wii launched to huge success. The world was ready for gaming to be casual again and that’s exactly what the Wii delivered. It gave people of all ages the ability to quickly jump in to a game with its simplistic motion controller. All across the world, people young and old felt the ease of playing the Wii. Wii Sports delivered an easy and fun gaming experience for even the least experienced person. The Wii was the gift to get for Christmas of 2006 and 2007.
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It’s been one year since I finally got to “live” my dream of becoming a rock star. Now I sit here with a new set of drums in the corner, a shiny new guitar leaning up against the wall, and a, pretty much exactly the same, microphone on the floor. Oh Rock Band, you draw me in and never want to let go.
This guide is created to show you different perks you will obtain as you level through Call of Duty: World at War multiplayer. Each perk gives you something different for you to master your online skills. I will also show you some of the challenges you have in the game for extra XP. In the guide is also the locations of all the death cards through the campaign, which unlock cheats and different modes for you.
In our continued content build up & catch up we present the Dead Space Achievement guide, this guide is written by guest writer ‘Tattoo Fiend’. Note: There are spoilers in this guide, so beware!
Our Guide is designed to show you the ins and outs of how the multiplayer challenges work. This guide covers what you want to know in order to complete your challenges. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask us. We hope you enjoy this guide abd make use of it to it’s fullest extent.
This is the 6th version of the Call of Duty 4 Weapon/Explosive guide, each time it’s been updated I’ve added a lot of new info and re-organized it. To improve on the last one, I added Single Player stats (although MP stats are more important), more stats involving Juggernaut and Stopping Power and more helicopter information. The helicopter information is specifically important as it’s an often discussed issue with the game considering who is the largest threat. I’ve also done detailed walkthroughs on Veteran for Part 1, since there is no detailed info on that in the other stickies, and many people still struggle on Veteran. For Part 2 I added a plethora of tips and tactics.
By now most people have probably heard the story of Jonathan Mak creating Everyday Shooter by himself complete with an original amazing soundtrack, pretty tight controls, eight levels to blast through, and a sweet system for conducting it all. The game is a dual stick shooter from the Playstation Network for $9.99 and it’s completely worth every cent. The unique thing about Everyday Shooter is that the game is based almost entirely on music.
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For our continued catch up on guides for November we are publishing a Gears of War 2 Achievement guide, a complete guide written by Officer Ballbeg on how to obtain all the achievements.
Welcome to Gamer Limit’s first weekly NitPik. In the weekly NitPik we take a game and literally nit pick any thing we don’t like about it. You may agree, you may disagree, feel free to let us know. Any game is fair game. We point out the flaws, the annoyances and those things that simply just don’t make sense. Dumb A.I., poor graphics, or lame gameplay, we break down the game and its on. So let’s get the first game in the ring and start this rumble.