Christmas may be just a couple of days away, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to pick an Xbox One, which is arguably the best gift a gamer could receive this holiday season.
As a proud Vita owner, I’ve come to realize that its true potential might never be fully realized. It’s a sad truth but with Sony’s PS TV coming stateside, (formerly branded as Vita TV in Japan), it’s becoming clearer and clearer that Vita’s position right now is to act as a liaison to the PS4; essentially becoming a very pricey accessory.
Since Warren Robinett slipped his name into 1979’s Adventure, developers have been adding their own touches to games. Whether it’s John Romero’s head in Doom II, Treyarch putting entire games in both Call of Duty: Black Ops games, or Metal Gear Solid 3’s “Guy Savage” nightmare mission, easter eggs have been a long-running stable of the medium. Given the volume of secrets in gaming’s long history, it’s difficult to narrow down the best, but the following five are some of our favorites.
It’s hard to imagine a gaming landscape without Rockstar North’s crime drama series, Grand Theft Auto. The term “open world game” likely wouldn’t inspire visions of a broad, living world without GTA’s constant groundbreaking.
With the Wii U available and a list of titles not currently available, this might be a good time to play some games you may have missed on its predecessor, the Wii. Sure, Nintendo’s first party line up of great Zelda and Mario games are a given, but what about some great hits from third party developers? In this Fanatical Five, we’ll be counting down the Third Party Games on The Wii You Might Have Missed.