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Halo - Contact Harvest
The 5th book in the Halo series, designed to accompany the game series for the Microsoft Xbox and Xbox 360, "Contact Harvest" by Joseph Staten is also the book with the most direct ties to the series.
Halo - Ghosts of Onyx
The 4th book related to Bungie´s "Halo" series of video games, "Halo: Ghosts of Onyx" by Eric Nylund gives side information and background about the Halo universe besides that shown in the games.
Halo 2 for Windows Vista
The PC adaptation of 2004´s phenomenally successful Xbox game, "Halo 2 for Windows Vista" comes 3 years later, right before the release of Halo 3 for the Xbox 360.
World in Conflict Review
Detailing an alternate reality where the Soviet Union chose to go out with a bang at the end of the Cold War (1989) by invading Europe and the United States, World in Conflict is a chilling look into the world that could have been.
One of the three titles in Valve´s "Orange Box", Portal is an intriguing new puzzle game that mixes a mastery of physics only possible with today´s technology with a bizarre, biting sense of humor. The game heralds what looks like a new era of innovation in gaming.
This seemed to combine my favorite game styles, adding in gorgeous graphics and a bevy of interesting aliens. I wasn't disappointed!
Microsoft Vista - Game OS Review
We recently got two new computers, both running Microsoft Vista. We were very concerned about how computer games would run on these systems. So far, we have had great success!
Connecting XP to Windows Vista
If you´re a gamer upgrading your system, you´re going to need to move save files and data from your old system to your new one. Here´s how to get them talking.
I've role-played since the 70s, and have probably played every RP game that's come out since that date, including recent reviews for BellaOnline.com. My first assumption was that Planescape would be a knock-off of Baldur's Gate, and be fun but not unique.
Death on the Nile
Agatha Christie's Death on the Nile for the PC is sort of a combination of Where's Waldo with a few mini-games and memory tests. The Death on the Nile aspect is more an environment for the puzzles than a re-creation of the novel.
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