Angelo D’Argenio is an 8 year veteran of game’s journalism with an addiction to fighting games, artistic indie games, and JRPGs. He has written for several outlets and once served as an editor and video game liaison for Doug Liman, the producer of the Bourne Identity. He is the current president of Disorganization XIII, a panelist group that you can find performing at conventions all over the east coast. When he isn’t writing about games or playing games you can find him running the NJ Rejects tournament series, putting on video game based art pieces, or working on Broken Sky, an indie game project of his own. He also plays a mean game of Tetris Attack.
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Somewhere amidst the JRPG cutscenes and moral gray areas of these games is a sea of tears just waiting to flow. These are 10 Video Games That Will Make You Cry.
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Gentlemen, start your engines! It’s time for the 10 Best Racing Games. We're warning you, there are going to be fans angry at us for not including titles like Gran Turismo, F1- Grand Prix, and Super Off Road. However, we had to look at the bigger...
The sheer numbers that the Call of Duty franchise has managed to pull in are astounding. Brace yourself, as this list of Call of Duty facts may blow your mind.
Completing Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy is a bittersweet experience. On one hand, it’s a pleasure to come back to the Layton gameplay that we all know and love. On the other hand, it’s the last time we will be doing so. This is, essentially, the end to the Layton series; a swan song for everyone’s favorite top-hatted sleuth. The game is perfectly crafted to push you closer to the end, and with it the answer to a mystery that has been built up over the last three titles. You’ll happily gobble up puzzle after puzzle, but as you fill out Layton’s suitcase and slowly uncover all the answers the game has to offer, you can’t help but be filled with an emptiness as you realize, this is really it.
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