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  • n. Plural form of game.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of game.


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  • Groups of 10 or More: $31 / person (non-premier games); $37 / person (premier games**) * Final 2009 single game pricing to be determined at a later date.


  • Assuming that your games are in the D: \games folder, you'll need to add the following: 'mount c d: \games'.

    PC Plus

  • So the habit I've been in for a long time now is to install all games to d: \games (my game/media drive), and to let Windows automagically install everything else to wherever the hell it wants on c:. what's new online!

  • The dirty-dirty refers to all the word games that entice people to esteem themselves.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • Sexism in games is a huge turn-off for me and honestly, it's everywhere.

    games and me

  • At Resolution, Lewis Denby explores whether mowing down humans in games is so OK after all:

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Regardless of whether or not the game designer determines your objective, most of the important storytelling in games is done through setting, environment, level design, etc ...

    The Authorship Conflict

  • It seems like the most ardent calls for 'significance' in games comes from the press.

    Kicking The Dog

  • War pictured in games is something the military would like to have war so they can just kill each other.

    Was RapeLay 'Asking For It'?

  • Kylie et al: How much of common violence in games is really on a par with something like RapeLay (you can read the course of events on the wikipedia article)?

    Was RapeLay 'Asking For It'?

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