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Game of the Year 2005: Battlefield 2
best action game: FEAR
best real-time strategy game: Age of empries III
Best turn based stratefy game: Sid meier's Civilation IV
Best role playing game: Dungeon Siege II
Best racing game: GTA:Fia GT Racing
Best simulation: silent hunter III
best sport game: Tiger woods 2006
best adventure game: indigo prophecy
Best MMO game: Guild wars
Best expansion pack: Rollercoaster tycoon 3: soaked!
Best multiplayer game: Battlefield 2
Best mod: gary's mod
Best console port: GTA:SA
Those are teh main ones. i agree with about everything on tha tlist. If you haven't check out bf 2 yet that is a sure must buy. They are coming out with a new patch this month that should fix the rest of the major bugs. Also the add-on for bf 2 are worth teh money.
Whats Teh? is THE or Something Else rofl
Battlefield 2 - check!
F.E.A.R. - check!
AoE III - check!
Civ IV - check!
Dungeon Siege II - check!
G.T.R.: FiA GT Racing - check!
Guild Wars - check!
Rollercoaster Tycoon 3 + all expansions - check!
I think I'm sorted for games of last year! ^_^
Whats Teh? is THE or Something Else roflGoogle search FOR THE WIN
According to an extensive Greenpeace report (http://www.greenpeace.org/raw/content/international/press/reports/greener-electronics-sony-ranki-5.pdf) handily dissected by the chin-strokers at Edge-Online (http://www.edge-online.com/features/sony-%E2%80%9Cway-ahead%E2%80%9D-environmental-issues?page=0%2C2), Sony is far and away the most environmentally-friendly of the current generation console manufacturers. The firm scored 5.3/10 in the 8th Guide to Greener Electronics - not perfect, but lightyears ahead of Microsoft (http://www.greenpeace.org/raw/content/international/press/reports/greener-electronics-microsoft-3.pdf) on 2.9/10 and Nintendo (http://www.greenpeace.org/raw/content/international/press/reports/greener-electronics-nintendo-r-3.pdf) on 0.9/10.
Greenpeace's toxic campaigner Iza Kruszewska commented that Sony was "clearly leading the way for the console holders," having been the first company to introduce a product take-back policy in the U.S. Sony also scored points for reducing the usage of chemicals like PVC and BFR in its products. Nintendo, by contrast, is "not engaging at all", while Microsoft is "just getting on board with the environment."
These findings seem to fly in the face of a recent National Resources Defence Council survey, which indicate that the Wii consumes far less power than either of its competitors, but according to Kruszewska the comparison is more than a little flawed.
“The Wii definitely uses much less energy than the other consoles," he explained. "But it is a completely different type of product. If you look at the graphics processor that your PS3 or 360 will have, it’s hard to put them into exactly the same category. I mean, the PS3 is being used by universities globally when they have lots of number crunching to do because it’s that powerful. We’re talking about a 9-core processor here.”
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Cheers dude. Don't want to look like a pushy bastard, but I've left another one loitering inconspicuously in the PSP section :P
Hah, thanks man -- on it now ;)