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What is your favorite gaming website?  

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  1. 1. What is your favorite gaming website?

    • GameTrailers
      3
    • IGN
      1
    • GameSpot
      8
    • 1UP
      0
    • FileFront
      0
    • FileShack
      0
    • GameSpy
      0
    • GamersHell
      1
    • EuroGamer
      3
    • Idiot! You Missed One! (Posts below.*)
      6


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For me, it would have to be GameTrailers because you can download full HD quality trailers for almost any game at free registration. There is also GTD, where you can actually buy stuff with free virtual currency you earn from watching videos, submitting videos, commenting, posting, rating, blogging, etc. Stuff you can buy ranges from upgrading your profile to a next gen console game like Resistance to the mighty PS3 itself.

 

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I've used Gamespot since I was a kid, for reviews and patches and such. It has an ever-so-slightly shorter grade curve than IGN.

 

These days, I get all my news/rumors from Joystiq and dedicated fansites (DAC, NWVault, etc.) and still use Gamespot for the odd patch or walkthrough.

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game trailers is a wonderful place and gamespy has nice reviews and stuff

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The defacto homepage of the greatest computer game ever made, "Lords of Midnight":

 

http://www.icemark.com/tower/index.html

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Chose Gamespot as they give balanced reviews of games. Well most of the time.

For instance when every other US game site was shoving dung on Gothic 3 and gagging over Oblivion like whores, Gamespot went against this trend. In so doing they were able to look at Gothic 3 objectively and review it accordingly.

 

Plus I've been a fan of their's for almost 6yrs.

They also provide very good crpg walkthroughs, like Desslocks Baldur's Gate walkthrough etc.

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...you can actually buy stuff with free virtual currency you earn from watching videos, submitting videos, commenting, posting, rating, blogging, etc. Stuff you can buy ranges from upgrading your profile to a next gen console game like Resistance to the mighty PS3 itself.

It's like having a store loyalty card! :rolleyes: Come on Obsidian, how can we cash in our points for posting here? I think 2000+ posts should get me a free NWN2 premium module at least...

Chose Gamespot as they give balanced reviews of games. Well most of the time.

Yes, so long as they're not reviewing adventure games, which they tend to mark down for having difficult puzzles and lots of dialogue.

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I only visit three gaming relates homepages: Eurogamer, Gamespot and Gametrailers.

 

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None of these websites (nor the public internet) existed when I was growing up and entering the hobby of computer gaming, so instead of websites I had monthly magazine subscriptions. Among the few I tried, I subscribed to Compute!'s Gazette and PC Gamer the longest, about five or six years each.

 

These days I usually Google what I'm looking for, unless I know a specific site. General purpose game sites don't interest me much, though I do bookmark developer/publisher websites for the games I own copies of, and I like visiting sites dedicated to a particular game or game series, such as Ultima, Baldur's Gate, and NWN.

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