Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge Articles RSS Feed | GameSkinny.com Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge RSS Feed on GameSkinny.com https://www.gameskinny.com/ en Launch Media Network Visual Novels: What are they? https://www.gameskinny.com/kwu1u/visual-novels-what-are-they https://www.gameskinny.com/kwu1u/visual-novels-what-are-they Wed, 11 May 2016 09:44:03 -0400 Sagger Khraishi

If you remember the old Goosebumps choose-your-own-adventure books, you can probably think of Visual Novels as something like that. With interactive elements, they are closer to video games than e-books, but are still cut up into series. These novels can either be flat images put together or little interactive bits. But the general idea is that it is a halfway point between media.

An example of the Visual Novel Fate/Stay Night

One of the more notable companies that were built around Visual Novels would be Telltale Games. Known for games like Monkey Island, or Tales from the Borderlands, the company uses the storytelling of novels to create an episodic animated adventure that could be played in multiple ways.

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Something that is important to note is that while visual novels can count as point-and-click games, that does not mean all point-and-click games are visual novels. For games like Machinarium, there is little to no text in the game. Instead it relies on visuals that the player is used to, in order to explain the story.

While you can argue that the game would work as a visual novel (in some artsy way that it goes past the need for words to get the point across), the game itself is closer to a video game than an actual novel. But as American audiences for these games grow, we would be expecting a difference between visual novels from Asia and Western versions to grow.

If you are interested in learning more about these things, check out our top 5 Visual Novels on the Steam store here.

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Ten Classic Point & Click Games To Play On Your Modern PC https://www.gameskinny.com/l7kb9/ten-classic-point-click-games-to-play-on-your-modern-pc https://www.gameskinny.com/l7kb9/ten-classic-point-click-games-to-play-on-your-modern-pc Tue, 25 Aug 2015 17:27:07 -0400 Geir Haugland

Point & click adventure games have regained some of their relevance in recent years. Telltale's surprise hit The Walking Dead won game of the year at Spike's Video Game Awards in 2012, and there are indies developing some incredible examples of the genre. If you have pixel hunted your way through indie darlings like Machinarium and had your very soul shattered at its core by Telltale, why not take a step back, and experience some classic point & click adventure games?

I hear you saying, "I can't be bothered to pay a premium on eBay for a copy of a game I am unsure I can get working.” Thankfully, there won't be a need for that, as all the games presented in this list are readily available on digital platforms like Steam and Good Old Games. GOG, in particular, is an old-school PC gamer's best friend as their entire catalog is ready to play on modern PCs. And if the deal still needs sweetening: they are dirt cheap. Join me, and let us delve into adventure gaming's past to unearth some gems.

10. Sam & Max: Hit the Road

Sam & Max: Hit The Road is a fully voiced effort by Lucas Arts, based on the comic book characters created by Sam Purcell. You can expect Sam & Max to tickle your funny bone. Sam is a cool, calm, and collected investigator who just happens to be a dog. Whereas Max is a hyperactive rabbit “thingy” (to quote the game), who relishes chaos, violence, and mischief. This admittedly, odd-couple decided to enter the lucrative freelance police business.

The game starts with the duo receiving a phone call from the commissioner alerting them to the escape, and potential kidnapping, at the local circus. The circus' star attraction has disappeared together with a giraffe-necked girl. In our investigation, we point and click our way through beautiful pre-rendered backdrops. This classic adventure game is an excellent choice for gamers who enjoy thinking outside of the box, and appreciate a comical premise.

9. Indiana Jones: and the Fate of Atlantis

LucasArts' Indiana Jones: and the Fate of Atlantis is notable for providing the player with the choice of three different playstyles. Those of us who can work well with others could choose the team path, where the alluring Sophia joins us. We could go for the wits path if we have faith in our puzzle solving prowess. Or we could choose the fist path if we prefer to punch Nazis first and think later. This innovative system provides replay value to the game; as the various paths present us with different puzzles to solve, and slightly alters the story.

In the game, Indiana Jones is once again tasked with thwarting the nefarious schemes of Nazis. Set in 1939 on the cusp of war, Indy travels the world to track down Klaus Kerner, and the horned artifact he stole. Fun fact: if you have the Wii version of Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings, you can unlock a fully playable version of The Fate of Atlantis. This game is a perfect fit for adventure gamers that desire a serious tone, and for fans of the Indiana Jones franchise.

8. Torin's Passage

Together, Al Lowe and Sierra created some of the genre's most revered games. Torin's Passage is not one of those, but it possess a unique charm and represents something completely different from Al Lowe. He has stated that he wanted to create a game geared towards a younger demographic after watching the Robin Williams classic Mrs. Doubtfire with his daughter. He wanted to create a game that parents could play together with their kids, something of a departure from his previous work on the Leisure Suit Larry series.

Torin is a simple farm-boy enjoying a quiet life that is abruptly interrupted when an evil witch uses black magic to capture his parents. It is our job to assist Torin in his rescue mission, and together we travel to the world below through portals on the surface. On our journey, we become acquainted with a vast array of interesting characters. Torin's Passage is a charming point & click adventure game, that serves as an excellent starting point for future adventure game aficionados.

7. Loom

In the times before graphic point & click games, there existed text adventures. One man who successfully transitioned from text- to graphic adventure games was Brian Moriarty. In 1990, LucasArts published Loom, a high-fantasy epic possessing a more serious tone than the company's other more light-hearted games. Today, Loom is perhaps best known for the incredibly funny sales pitch included in The Secret of Monkey Island (Ask me about Loom!).

Which is a shame, since Loom is such an interesting game on its own. The original version of the game came with a thirty-minute audio drama on a cassette. The game features an involved and complicated narrative, filled with magic, betrayal, and silly names like Bobbin. Loom was a truly ambitious effort that perhaps didn't live up to expectations on release. Nevertheless, it remains a piece of adventure gaming history that is well worth your time if you are craving a serious storyline.

6. Legend of Kyranida Book Three: Malcolm's Revenge

Let's be completely honest for a second, we've all rooted for the bad guy at one time or another. Apparently, Westwood Studios rooted for their antagonist, turning their final installment of the Kyrandia trilogy into a villain simulator where we assume control of Malcolm - who just happens to be your run-of-the-mill deranged jester. The clever inclusion of the moodometer mechanic facilitates interesting puzzle solving, where in some situations honesty is the best policy - whereas in others liars prosper.

Malcolm's Revenge is a retelling of the first Kyrandia game told from Malcolm's perspective. In the original, he was accused of murdering then protagonist Brandon's parents. I feel obligated to point out that the title of the game is misleading, as Malcolm's primary goal seems to be redemption. Today, Westwood are perhaps better known for creating the excellent real-time strategy series Command & Conquer, and being unceremoniously shut down by EA. Malcolm's Revenge is a good choice for gamers who desire a humorous experience, and who are willing to overlook the clunky interface.

5. Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded

The premise of the Larry games are as simple as they are ingenious: hook up with women. Following a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2013, N-Fusion Interactive, Intermarum and Replay Games, in collaboration with series' creator Al Lowe, released an enhanced version of the Sierra classic. Reloaded feature updated graphics and some minor gameplay tweaks. Al Lowe's masterpiece from the 80s dares us to keep a straight face as we're aiding Larry's quest for booty. Leisure Suit Larry's puzzles are expertly rooted in the narrative; Larry needs wine and condoms for his night out wooing damsels. Larry needs to convince said damsel to partake in some boogie on the dance floor.

We do this because Larry badly needs to get laid. Being a 40-year old virgin two decades before Steve Carell, he is, understandably, desperate. Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded is the perfect choice for point & click gamers looking for a hilarious game with familiar themes. Guys have been Larry, and girls have been subjected to a Larry.

4. Sanitarium

In 1998, Dreamforge Intertainment released Sanitarium. A disturbing point & click adventure game partially set in an asylum, and partially in a warped world beyond our reality. In Sanitarium, we are maneuvering through strange and eerie locations; questioning what is real. The protagonist is suffering from amnesia, and the object of the game is piecing together his memory. Sanitarium is wonderful in its presentation, disturbing in its content, and an absolute joy to play. Featuring a twisted narrative that is a demented pleasure to uncover, Sanitarium is likely to stick with you.

Released at the tail-end of point & click adventure games' popularity in the late 90s, Sanitarium saw little commercial success. It garnered some positive criticism and subsequently became a cult classic. Fans of psychological horror games will appreciate Sanitarium. The visual depictions of insanity are a work of art. A note caution, Sanitarium is not for the timid.

3.  I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream

Harlan Ellison is an interesting figure. In 1967, he published the short story "I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream". It chronicles the lives of the last survivors after an advanced artificial intelligence deemed human life unworthy and consequently wiped the entire human race out. For the remainder of the story, the A.I. tortures the remaining survivors.

In 1995, Ellison together with developer DreamsGuild, turned his short story into a video game. The standout feature of I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream unquestionably is its oppressive, dark, and depressing atmosphere. The game approach ethical dilemmas in a fashion video games rarely do. As a result, it is impossible to "win" I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream, your only hope is to achieve the best possible end conditions - which is a nice nod to the source material. I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream is a challenging game, intended for mature, and intelligent players.

2.  Grim Fandango Remastered

Grim Fandango is legendary game designer Tim Schafer's magnum opus. In Grim Fandango, we assume the role of Manny Calavera, who works as a travel agent in the afterlife. Manny is working off his debt by guiding his clients to their final destination, and the better the person you've been, the better your travel accommodations will be. Grim Fandango's story takes place over four consecutive November 2nds and chronicles different stages of Manny's un-life.

Grim Fandango has been a holy grail among PC collectors and getting the game to run on modern PCs is a daunting task. There are several hacked installers released online to get it running adequately on modern computers. Therefore, the announcement of a remastered version was a welcoming surprise. Everyone should experience this classic, as it is universally praised for a reason.

1.  Monkey Island: Special Edition Bundle

Being the brainchild of Ron Gilbert and Dave Grossman, with design help by Tim Schafer, the Monkey Island games just had to be good. Released in 1990 and 1991 respectively, the first two installments in the Monkey Island series are some of the best adventure games ever created. They star Guybrush Threepwood - mighty pirate! Monkey Island is known for its wacky characters, charm, comedic storylines, and satisfying puzzles. Who can forget the blind look-out of Melee Island? Or Stan, the used coffin salesman in Monkey Island 2 you nail inside one of his coffins?

The bundle containing both the remastered versions of the Monkey Island games has to be one of gaming's best value propositions. They are some of the best games ever created, as funny as they are challenging, and as difficult as they are charming. The Monkey Island games stand as pinnacles of the genre and comes highly recommended to anyone who likes games.

What do you think? Did I leave out any great point and click adventure classics? Let me know in the comments below. 

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Top 10 Funniest Video Games https://www.gameskinny.com/ylfc0/top-10-funniest-video-games https://www.gameskinny.com/ylfc0/top-10-funniest-video-games Sun, 10 Aug 2014 11:14:18 -0400 Venisia Gonzalez

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Most can agree that anything done by Tim Schafer is a winner in any book. Brutal Legend is no exception. This third-person action-adventure game by Double Fine Productions and Electronic Arts for Xbox 360 and PS3; it's just plain fun.

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Tim Schafer was inspired to create the game from his own past musical experiences. The game features the character of Eddie Riggs, voiced by and modeled after Jack Black, a roadie who is transported to a fantasy world inspired by the artwork of heavy metal album covers. Eddie becomes the world's savior, leading the humans against a range of supernatural overlords using a battle axe, his Flying V guitar that can tap into the magical powers of the world, and a customizable hot rod.

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The game also features voices of real-life heavy metal musicians including Lemmy Kilmister, Rob Halford, Ozzy Osbourne and Lita Ford and other celebrities such as Tim Curry, as well as more than one hundred metal songs selected by Schafer for inclusion in the game. It's definitely worth playing for its humor and music love.

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Team Fortress 2 is a team-based, multi-player FPS video game developed by Valve Corporation. It is a sequel to the original mod Team Fortress. It was first released as part of the video game compilation in The Orange Box for PC, Xbox 360, and then later on PS3.

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Team Fortress 2 focuses around two opposing teams, Reliable Excavation & Demolition (RED) and Builders League United (BLU) competing for a combat-based principal objective. These characters are hysterical in every way possible, which is why it makes it a must-play on my list. I'll only share a few.

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  • The Scout: a fast-talking, cocky, baseball fan and street runner from Boston, Massachusetts, who practiced running to "beat his maddog siblings to the fray."
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  • The Pyro: a mentally unstable pyromaniac of unknown origin or gender, completely clad in a fire-retardant suit and a voice-muffling gas mask.
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  • The Demoman: a black, one-eyed Scotsman who drinks heavily and hails from Ullapool, Scotland.
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  • The Heavy: a stereotypical Russian character originating from the USSR, heavy in both figure and accent. Obsessed and affectionate with his guns,  and he loves his enormous mini-gun that he affectionately refers to as "Sascha".
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  • The Medic: a German doctor from Stuttgart with little regard for the Hippocratic Oath, responsible for keeping his teammates alive. He keeps doves as pets, one of which is named Archimedes.
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Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge is an adventure game developed and published by LucasArts. It was the second game of the Monkey Island series, following The Secret of Monkey Island.

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The game centers on the wannabe pirate Guybrush Threepwood. After defeating ghost pirate LeChuck in The Secret of Monkey Island, little is known of what happened between Guybrush Threepwood and Elaine Marley. The sequel involves Guybrush's attempts to find the mysterious treasure of Big Whoop.

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  • LeChuck: The antagonist, Guybrush's sworn enemy
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  • Largo LaGrande: LeChuck's old first mate whom Guybrush must overcome
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  • Wally B. Feed: An eccentric cartographer
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A lot of the humor in this point-and-click adventure game are the lines, references, and music to many of the LucasArts films found throughout the entire game. They are well placed and in good fun.

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I didn't know what to expect when I first heard about this game, but I'm glad I played it. Castle Crashers is a side-scrolling, beat 'em up game developed by The Behemoth and Microsoft Game Studios for Xbox 360, PC and PS3. The game is set in a fictional medieval universe in which a dark Wizard steals a mystical gem and captures several Princesses. Four Knights are charged by the King to rescue the Princesses, recover the jewel, and bring the Wizard to justice. Simple enough, right?

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This cartoon marvel is funny, and I mean it. The four Knights encounter several enemies along the way which include other Knights, multiple encounters with a cyclops, a giant "cat-fish," and alien invaders! You can also find animal companions for your character that assist you in battle, improve your character's attributes, or provide another special ability such as increased treasure earned from defeated foes. The game supports cooperative gameplay for up to four players, either locally or online.

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I highly recommend this game more than anything. The mini-games are just as fun. Don't let the cartoon look fool you though, since you are chopping off heads!

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Bulletstorm is a first-person shooter game made by People Can Fly, Epic Games, and Electronic Arts for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. The game is known for its sense of style and humor by rewarding players with points for performing increasingly insane and creative kills. Bulletstorm doesn't have competitive multi-player modes, but does have a cooperative online play as score attack modes.

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The game focuses on combat using firearms and melee attacks. There are various firearms available. The game places heavy emphasis on kicking enemies and using the energy leash. The game's unique features is the "skillshot" gameplay system. It rewards the player for killing opponents in the most creative and destructive ways possible. This can be from killing an enemy in mid-air, to pushing an enemy into a carnivorous plant, or executing an enemy after shooting him in the testicles.

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The more complicated or unusual the skillshot, the more points players acquire. The points are used to purchase weapons and upgrades. The weapons are unlocked at set points throughout the game, and after a weapon has been "re-armed" by purchasing it, a "charge shot" for the gun is unlocked at another set point. The humor is in the names the game comes up with for these skillshots and the lines said by the characters throughout the game.

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Deadpool is an action comedy beat 'em up game based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. The game is developed by High Moon Studios and published by Activision for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. Former Deadpool comic writer Daniel Way (one of my favorites) created the game's plot, and Nolan North voices Deadpool. The game is true to Deadpool's humor and to the comic series.

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As Deadpool progresses, new combos become available. The 'M' rated game breaks the fourth wall, and Deadpool verbally interacts with the player based on skill and progress. Deadpool is armed with both guns and swords. He can also access giant hammers, plasma guns, and a range of other alternatives. A small number of teleportation moves are possible as well. As he slowly falls apart while sustaining damage, players must avoid further damage in order to recover.

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The humor in this game is nothing short of what we expect from Deadpool and you won't be disappointed in that regard.

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South Park: The Stick of Truth is an outrageous, hysterical RPG by Obsidian Entertainment in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios and released by Ubisoft for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.

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True to the American adult animated television series South Park: The Stick of Truth follows The New Kid, who has moved to into town and becomes involved in a role-play fantasy war involving humans, wizards, and elves, fighting for control of the all-powerful Stick of Truth. The game quickly escalates out of control, bringing them into conflict with aliens, Nazi zombies, and gnomes, threatening the entire town with destruction.

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The humans are led by Wizard King Cartman who make their home in the Kingdom of Kupa Keep (a makeshift camp built in Cartman's backyard). Among them are:

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  • Clyde
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  • Tweek
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  • Kenny--who dresses as a princess
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The humans' rivals are the Drow Elves, who live in the Elven Kingdom (Kyle's backyard) of King Kyle.

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  • Jimmy the Bard
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The game also features all the classic South Park characters:

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  • Jesus
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  • Mr. Mackey
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  • Al Gore
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  • Mr. Slave
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  • Sentient turd Mr. Hankey
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  • Stan's Uncle Jimbo
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  • City Wok owner Tuong Lu Kim
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  • Terrance and Phillip
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  • Underpants Gnomes
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  • The Goth kids
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  • The Crab People
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  • Timmy
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  • Scott Malkinson
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  • Kevin Stoley
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I promise this is a game for fans of South Park and doesn't leave any details of the show out. Everywhere are hidden memories from past episodes. This is NOT a game for kids. If you're looking to laugh your a$$ off, this is definitely the game for you.

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The Portal series is a gem! Portal is a single-player first-person puzzle-platform video game developed by Valve Corporation. The game was released as a bundle package called The Orange Box for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. Portal 2 is the sequel to the incredible Portal (2007) for PC, Mac, Xbox 360 and PS3 which allowed for co-op.

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The games are comprised of a series of puzzles that must be solved by teleporting the player's character and simple objects using the "Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device", a device that can create interspatial doorways between two flat planes. The player's character is named Chell, and she is challenged by an artificial intelligence named GLaDOS (Genetic Lifeform and Disk Operating System) to complete each puzzle in the Aperture Science Enrichment Center, using the portal gun with the promise of cake and counseling when all is completed. The game's unique physics allow momentum to be retained through portals, requiring creative use of the portals to maneuver through the test chambers.

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In Portal 2, players take on the role of Chell once again in the single-player campaign, as one of two robots--Atlas or P-body--in the cooperative campaign, or as a simple humanoid icon in community-developed puzzles. The game includes a two-player cooperative mode. Both player-characters are robots that can control separate portal guns and can use each other's portal. The color scheme is different for each character. One is blue and purple, the other orange and red.

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These games are at the top of any gamer's list when it comes to hardcore fun. GLaDOS is a character all her own with every sarcastic remark that makes you want to scream "BI$#%!" The other characters in Portal 2 are just as funny and when in co-op mode playing as Atlas and P-Body is quite amusing. These are a must-play to any list!

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What can I say about the Borderlands series? Borderlands and Borderlands 2 are truly fantastic games and are among my favorites just from the characters alone. Thank you 2K for Claptrap!

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Borderlands and Borderlands 2 are both action RPG first-person shooter games by 2K Games and Gearbox Software for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. Each game centers around the player selecting one of four characters (Borderlands 2 gives us bonus characters) known as Vault Hunters, each having unique special skills and proficiencies with certain weapons.

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  • Brick (a Berserker)
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  • Salvador the Gunzerker
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  • Kreig the Psycho
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In Borderlands we meet characters we love (Dr. Zed, Mad Moxxi and Claptrap) and along with the old; meet some new ones in Borderlands 2--Tiny Tina is one of my favorites! The DLCs are fun, hysterical and tough. They don't make it easy for you, so be sure to bring along a friend or two.

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We all love our video games, and there is nothing better than a game that has us in stitches from laughter. Here's a list of 10 games that are guaranteed to make you laugh while enjoying great game time.

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Conker: Live & Reloaded is a hilarious action-platform game developed by Rare and exclusively released for the original Xbox in 2005. The single player mode is a remake of the 2001 game Conker's Bad Fur Day for the Nintendo 64 that includes new stages. This includes a new multiplayer mode utilizing Xbox Live. Multiplayer consists of different game modes such as Capture the Flag or the standard Deathmatch modes.

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Conker is full of fun, crude behavior, booze, funny songs and great characters that'll leave you in stitches from all the laughter.

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