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Final Fantasy VIII Review

by djshoaib on February 7, 2012 · 0 comments

In 1997, the world of Role Playing Games was forever changed by the introduction of Final Fantasy VII, the first 3D RPG in Hironobu Sakaguchi’s famous franchise. A little over 10 years has passed since then, and the world is still in love with the game, but, let’s rewind a bit

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Now that the holiday season is upon us, gaming news sources have been busy predicting the hottest titles to be released before the end of this year. Here are five of the most anticipated games for consoles and PCs that will be arriving soon in North America.

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Activision has announced that the Call of Duty: Black Ops Hits one-billion dollars sale in six week after launch.

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Here is the good news for those who love to play NEED FOR SPEED because EA has just announced the release date of its action plus racing game! Yes it’s NEED FOR SPEED WORLD which will be available for download on July 27 for the PC.

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Ubisoft is going to launch a new chapter of Prince of Persia in MAY 2010. Marking the next-gen console debut of Ubisoft’s critically acclaimed series, Prince of Persia – The Forgotten Sands is the next chapter in the Sands of Time universe.

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Coming up next-generations first-person game from Ubisoft absolutely for Xbox 360 & PC, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction is extremely anticipated sequel in the very famous

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Ford Street Racing is a game developed by Ford for the Xbox, PC, PlayStation 2. It was also on PSP under the name Ford Bold Moves Street Racing, which later on became the name for all other consoles.

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Far Cry® 2, the next-generation first-person shooting strategy game for  PC, X-Box live, & Play stations from Ubisoft, it will take you deep into the most attractive

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From EA Games: Uncover the tuner underground in a massive, free-roaming metropolitan area. Get behind the helm in solitary of 30 of the most recent cars and own the streets from

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Set in the nearby coming, the Battlefield: Bad Company single-player campaign drops gamers behind enemy ranks as part of a squad of four soldiers – risking it all to operate absconding on a not public quest. Featuring a dramatic storyline flavored

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