“L.A. Noire” is the new open-world diversion from Rockstar Games, the developer behind the wildly popular “Grand Theft Auto” series. In short, this is a fantastic game, but it’s no GTA.
Oscar Bingo — just like the real thing, only without the tumbling ball machine or the letters B, I, N or G.
The game pits two players against each other: one as the United States, the other as the Soviet Union. The game is played with cards, each documenting an event that occurred sometime during the years 1945-89.
In the zombie mode, players will take control of one of four characters: John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Robert McNamara or Fidel Castro.
Barnes & Noble’s new board game section is now fully stocked with some great games, including Settlers of Catan, Agricola and Arkham Horror, but the great selection comes at a price. A really, really high price. You might find the game you want at B&N, but you won’t find a bargain.
Big Retailers Laying The Smack Down On Specialty Chains By Mark Taliaferro TFW Contributing Writer Video games have always been readily available at several stores, such as Walmart and Best Buy, but GameStop has always been the store with the best dedication to games and gamers. Not anymore. There’s a retail war taking place in…
The one sport not currently dominated by EA Sports is basketball.
No, seriously. It does. Really.
There’s a website called BoardGameGeek.com that is the ultimate resource and authority for board games.