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Dawn of War 2 : Chaos Rising
Set in the grim future of the Warhammer 40,000 universe, "Chaos Rising" is a standalone expansion to "Dawn of War 2" that introduces some new units, new maps, and a new campaign mode.
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat
"STALKER: Call of Pripyat" is an open-world first person shooter. Like its predecessors, Call of Pripyat takes place in "The Zone" - a mutated wasteland formed after the (fictionalized) disaster at the Chernobyl power plant.
Red Orchestra Ostfront 41-45
"Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45" is an "accessibly realistic" World War 2 game centered around the Eastern Front between Germany and the USSR.
Stormrise - PC Game Review
Designed to be an RTS that was accessible for console audiences, Stormrise overall presents one of the most frustrating and irritating command interfaces adapted for any strategy game.
The Settlers : Rise of an Empire
The 6th Settlers game is a city-building sim similar to "Dawn of Discovery" or any of the Anno games. Its cutesy style, along with a fairly simple layout, makes it probably the most user-friendly game in the Settlers series, something that may not appeal to long-term fans.
9th Company : Roots of Terror
A somewhat unusual tactical game, "9th Company" places the player in command of a somewhat unusual protagonist - the Soviet army during the invasion of Afghanistan.
Left 4 Dead 2 - PC
The polished successor to last year's hit "Left 4 Dead", Left 4 Dead 2 expands the basic gameplay of the previous game and adds several new features to the mix.
Shattered Horizon - PC
"Shattered Horizon" is an unusual take on the standard "space marine" genre, in that it actually uses space in gameplay.
Freecell Card Game
Freecell - which comes free with Windows - lets you play a fun solitaire card game on your system. A nice way to pass some time and sharpen your brain!
Gaming Industry in a Recession
The year 2009 was a recession year for many, presenting great challenges in getting funding to do projects. How did the gaming industry, with its million-dollar budgets, handle this? An interview at BlueFang found some answers.
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