Dave goes through his gaming library to find the best 11 RPG’s ever released.
The L4D2 Workshop was lifted out of its beta on the 17th January, with the myriad of mods previously available through L4DMaps.com now being made widely available over the Steam service so if you were ever hankering to try some fresh new campaign content or see how well the Ghostbusters crew can deal with the onslaught of L4D’s motley menagerie of Infected then now you can, and all with just a simple click.
South Park‘s 2007 episode “Guitar Queer-O” not only took on a great parody of the Harmonix game series, but created the fictional “Herion Hero”, a game in which you chase a dragon – but the catch is… well, that’s exactly it – you don’t ever catch the dragon. Bethesda’s Skyrim, made several years after the South Park episode, puts me in mind of this game. You do catch the dragon this time around (or its soul, at least), but this is one hell of an addiction. True, I never really liked RPGs that much, if at all; they always left a banal taste in my mouth. Skyrim – however – well that just shoots straight through your veins. Choose no life, choose Skyrim, choose a fucking big television.