Friday, December 18, 2009

Top 3 gaming websites of 2009

Top 3 gaming websites of 2009


Great place to get breaking news from the game. All news is quickly displaced and most of real time. The boards can be overwhelming at first, especially in the hall, but soon gets used and becomes normal. Sub-scriptions on the site worth the money and the workers at IGN seem great people. Apart from the odd jar found at the website, this is usually a great website and they deserve equal to or less than the 5 stars.

From IGN and VN message boards, reviews of games, file downloads, and multiple logon access the IGN site covers almost everything for me. IGN, VN, FilePlanet and GameSpy are part of the same company, so if I'm looking at things with my little borther console, reading about the MMO for me or the hint of a new module, I can do it all in one roof . I am creating logins in 20 different locations just to view or download material that I want.

2) GamerDNA

Arising from what was once GuildCafe, gamerDNA (gamerDNA) is both a player and a paradise for lovers of data, offering any kind of personal stake and follow up recommendations regarding the statistics of the surface of the most popular games and even what kind of personalities tend to play them. Xbox 360 players can link their accounts until the game library and continue to play sessions automatically, with the ability to manually add titles for the PS3, Wii and PC.

Above all that, gamerDNA features a kind of metagame in which you earn points and we qualified on the basis of the amount that interact with the site in time. If you are looking for a social interface to help document their experiences of play, an easy way to transfer your game to their other social services, or simply a good game recommendation engine, it is recommended to try gamerDNA.

3) :

PC Game Trek is in a blog format where you can learn a lot about popular PC gaming classics and the latest video games, Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game, First Person Shooter ... Also all kinds of games that all people of all ages can play.

I am a professional player and PC Game Trek always has what I want. They have detailed reviews, news, game trailers, demos free tricks, FAQs, guides, interviews, films, scrrenshots, everything! they always have more information on all the games you want to know. I see a lot of people here complaning about the sum on the site. is added as radio, television and magazines. Every website has now joined, so I do not know what's the big deal. I'm not an insider, but what we get so much to free deosn't even matter.

There are many more websites and blogs specifically for PC gamers out there, as well as new ones emerge all the time, if I have omitted his favorite game, or know of another blog / website to verify, let us know in the comments.

No comments:

Post a Comment