“If the world was reborn in your image…” We’re at it again with another GameCrazy.com giveaway! Last week’s God of War 2 Action Figure Giveaway was a great success and we were delighted so many of you entered for your
Recently, GameCrazy got a tip (Yeah, you can give us tips, too!) about a fan initiative to get Ubisoft to make another Assassin’s Creed game featuring Connor, the half Native American/half Templar protagonist from Assassin’s Creed III. The Wolfkin Initiative
Warning: Light BioShock Infinite spoilers ahead Over the years, the gaming community has developed a love/hate relationship with the infamous “NPC” or “Non-Playable Character.” Actually, it’s been more of a hate/hate relationship, since these computer controlled characters have been relying
“Even Daddy’s toys have toys…” More than one contestant answered last week’s question correctly, but only one was lucky enough to be chosen to win that rare Marcus Fenix Gold Lancer action figure in our Gears of War 2 Giveaway!
NECA has shown us a ton at the New York Toy Fair this year and we are very happy give you a closer look at their latest Bioshock figures. Check it out
Gamecrazy.com is giving away an enormous action figure this week. See how you can win this Bioshock 2 Big Daddy Rosie action figure from NECA. Enter Now!
Gamecrazy.com has a set of Bioshock 2 action figures to giveaway from NECA. Enter to win a Ladysmith Splicer, as well as a Young Eleanor and Little Sister!
Gamecrazy.com is giving away more cool stuff this week. This time you can win a Bioshock 2 Big Daddy Bouncer figure from NECA. Don’t miss out on this one!
NECA’s giving away Portal ASHDD replicas, Avengers figures and BioShock Skyhook replicas just for liking them on Facebook!
When BioShock was initially released, there were many different articles written on the Objectivist nature of the game. While it’s no secret that Atlas Shrugged was an influence on the underwater setting of Rapture, the ties between book and game are not nearly as strong as some would have us believe. It seems as if the majority of people reviewing the game simply wikied Ayn Rand and proceeded from there.