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Our list finally comes to a close with the five best games of the last generation.
On this week’s episode of everyone’s favourite comedy gaming podcast Saint & Greensie, the lads discuss narrative in video games
On this week’s episode of everyone’s favourite comedy gaming podcast Saint & Greensie, the lads discuss the silent protagonist.
Portal 2 and LEGO by themselves, are fantastic. Together, you get the best internet video you’ll see in a long time.
The Story Mechanic is a fortnightly column from Mark Bridle, celebrating narrative and story. This week, Portal 2 and then business of making stories. Read the full article at GodisaGeek.com.
Officially confirmed on the US PlayStation Blog, the DLC will cost $9.99 (30% off that price if you subscribe to PlayStation Plus) and is called “Portal 2 in Motion”. It’ll be released on November 6.
You can download the first major update to Valve’s stunning Portal 2, with the Perpetual Test Initiative DLC.
So it has come to this. After weeks of deliberation, numerous categories and many headaches it all comes down to this final question: What is the best game release in 2011; What is the game of the year?
Multiplayer gaming, everyone loves it, right? With some heavy duty clashes of gaming titans this year, which multiplayer game has come out on top as multiplayer game of the year?
Continuing this Game of the Year 2011 week here on GodisaGeek, it is the turn of writers to shine. In the modern era of gaming, sometimes story can be forgotten, but this year there has been some truly exemplary examples of a good old yarn being told in a game, but which is the best?
The full list of Golden Joystick award winners, right here on GodisaGeek.com, the moment it happens.
The Vault is a monthly Godisageek feature, where our writers delve into the best and the worst in gaming. This month, we look at the top ten funny games, as picked by Robin Parker.
Portal 2 fans will soon have their cake and eat it too. Valve will be rolling out new dlc for Portal 2 this coming Tuesday, October 4th. It will be available to owners of Portal 2 for download for PSN and Xbox LIVE Marketplace, and automatic download for members of steam in all regions. Not only is this an unexpected surprise but the icing on the proverbial cake is that it will be free of charge.
Gabe Newell has told an audience that Portal 2 has sold three million copies at a recent Games for Change keynote in New York.
A YouTube user has made arguably the best fan-made Portal video that can be seen on the internet, and you can check it out right here on God is a Geek.