xbox game of the year

Wolfenstein 3D / Wolfenstein 3D: The Claw of Eisenfaust
Publisher: Apogee Software (DOS), id Software (iOS), Activision (360, PS3), MacPlay (Mac), Powerslave Software (Acorn 32-bit), Imagineer (PC-98, SNES), Interplay (NA 3DO), Electronic Arts (JP 3DO), Atari (Jaguar), BAM! Entertainment (GBA)
Developer: id Software (DOS, iOS, SNES, Jaguar), Powerslave Software (Acorn 32-bit), Interplay (Mac), Logicware (3DO), Infinity (PC-98), Stalker Entertainment (GBA), Nerve Software (360, PS3)
Platform: MS-DOS, Mac, Acorn 32-bit, PC-98, Super Famicom / Super Nintendo Entertainment System, 3DO, Jaguar, Game Boy Advance, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iOS
Year: 1992 (DOS), 1994 (Mac, Acorn 32-bit, PC-98, SNES, Jaguar), 1995 (3DO), 2002 (GBA), 2009 (360, PS3, iOS)

Happy 25th anniversary, Wolfenstein 3D!

Wolfenstein 3D / Wolfenstein 3D: The Claw of Eisenfaust
Publisher: Apogee Software (DOS), id Software (iOS), Activision (360, PS3), MacPlay (Mac), Powerslave Software (Acorn 32-bit), Imagineer (PC-98, SNES), Interplay (NA 3DO), Electronic Arts (JP 3DO), Atari (Jaguar), BAM! Entertainment (GBA)
Developer: id Software (DOS, iOS, SNES, Jaguar), Powerslave Software (Acorn 32-bit), Interplay (Mac), Logicware (3DO), Infinity (PC-98), Stalker Entertainment (GBA), Nerve Software (360, PS3)
Platform: MS-DOS, Mac, Acorn 32-bit, PC-98, Super Famicom / Super Nintendo Entertainment System, 3DO, Jaguar, Game Boy Advance, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iOS
Year: 1992 (DOS), 1994 (Mac, Acorn 32-bit, PC-98, SNES, Jaguar), 1995 (3DO), 2002 (GBA), 2009 (360, PS3, iOS)

Happy 25th anniversary, Wolfenstein 3D!

Let's Play Video Games! I Won't Lose, 24 Hours a Day
Tsurugi Takuma (CV: Miki Shinichirou)/Kougami Shinya (CV: Seki Tomokazu)/Kagari Shuusei (CV: Ishida Akira)
Let's Play Video Games! I Won't Lose, 24 Hours a Day

Psycho-Pass Radio CID 24 Hours a Day: Mandatory Happiness #05
Let’s Play Video Games! I Won’t Lose, 24 Hours a Day

This is the audio drama from episode 5 of PP Radio - Mandatory Happiness.

In this episode, Kagari invites Kougami and Tsurugi to play a game on an old Xbox One during their time off, and those who lose need to participate in a penalty game.

Translation after the cut. Have fun listening~

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HEHE 

i don’t know what to get my boyfriend for his birthday. his birthday is a week after mine and i don’t wanna get him shoes anymore because i always get him sneakers. fuCK. honestly like i cant get him clothes either cause i ALWAYS get him clothes. ano to pagkain nalang ang coRNY pero saks lang HAHAHAH 

no seriously. idk what to get him that i havent gotten him. i got him xbox games for christmas and i gave him 2 pairs of shoes last year. and i give him like new clothes like every month. so what the fuck am i supposed to give him i’m literally so clueless ughhhh

Are there any good games for the WiiU

I really want Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild but the switch if fucking expensive and i’m poor as shit so i’m gonna cave and get the WiiU

But i don’t want to get an entire console for only one game so are there any good games for the WiiU. I’m a computer gamer, the only console i really use is my old ass XBox 360 sooooo i’m a bit behind on games from recent years.

So if anyone knows some good games for the WiiU could you message me about them so i can research them for myself. I just don’t want to buy a console for only one incredibly awesome game.

Final Fight
Publisher: Capcom (Arcade, X68000, SNES, JP/NA GBA, PS2, PS3, Xbox, 360, iOS)  U.S. Gold (Amiga, CPC, ST, C64, ZX), SEGA (Sega CD), Ubisoft (EU GBA)
Developer: Capcom (Arcade, X68000, SNES, GBA, PS3, 360, iOS), Creative Materials (Amiga, CPC, ST, C64, ZX), A Wave (Sega CD), Backbone Entertainment (PS2, Xbox)
Platform: Arcade, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, X68000, Super Famicom / Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Mega CD / Sega CD, Game Boy Advance, PlayStation 2, Xbox, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iOS
Year: 1989 (Arcade), 1990 (SFC), 1991 (SNES, Amiga, CPC, ST, C64, ZX), 1992 (X68000), 1993 (Sega CD), 2001 (GBA), 2005 (NA/EU PS2/Xbox), 2006 (JP PS2), 2010 (PS3, 360), 2011 (iOS)

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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind - Armor 

Developed by Bethesda, The Elder Scrolls is one of the longest lasting RPG franchises in video games, with the most recent release being that of Skyrim. Before Skyrim and Oblivion, Morrowind was a breakthrough for the world of RPGs, existing as an open-world fantasy game on both XBox and PC that won over 60 awards (including Game of the Year).

Morrowind takes place in the land of Vvardenfell, a Dunmer island within the continent of Morrowind. It focuses in on Dagoth and other dieties, and sees Imperials and other humans as more outsiders, compared to Skyrim and later titles. Part of the success of Morrowind, however, is the expansive nature of the game, and the level at which it’s filled out: there is endless variety in the armor that you can outfit your character with: Daedric armor, chitin armor, armor fashioned of iron and steel, or iron of bronze. Many of the human armors (Imperial) take reference from real-world conquistador armors, while armor for the Dwemer, for example, is much more “out there”.