Advance to GO.
Ninjas. Cats. Japan. Awesome.
Werewolves of London!
We go back to the ’70s (and the future, and then back to the ’70s again) in the greatest named sequel ever. Sadly, though, there are no flying saucers.
Wil Wright’s famous city planner lets you build the urban sprawl of your dreams, then send in the lizard monsters!
Today we take a look at perhaps the most successful game comprised of a series of flight tests…oh, and we also launch people out of a cannon.
War may or may not be hell, but it can be an serious pain in the ass punctuated by moments of awesome.
Can you jam with the console cowboys in cyberspace?
Duke Nukem’s paid Christmas expansion replaced coal as the stocking stuffer for bad children in 1997 
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