The Super Meat Boy wiki last edited by reverendhunt on 12/23/17 07:16PM View full historySuper Meat Boy is an indie 2D platformer developed and published by Team Meat for the Xbox 360 (via Xbox Live Arcade on October 20, 2010) and PC (via Steam on November 30, 2010).
Brad Shoemaker hasn't played Dota in several months and keeps telling himself he might be off the habit for good, which means he'll inevitably start playing it again as soon as he has nothing else going on. Idle hands do the Dota's work. Well, what a year. Writing a piece about the best games of 2017 and only talking about games would feel insincere, if not downright irresponsible, so here goes.
The The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim wiki last edited by Marino on 11/12/17 07:44PM View full historyTaking place in the eponymous province of Skyrim, home of the Nords, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim continues the series' tradition of open-ended gameplay and also introduces dragons to the franchise. The game is set two centuries after the end of the Third Era and the closing of the Oblivion gates in Elder Scrolls IV.
@MattBodega eh what were you gonna spend that money on anyway, it'd all be locked up in Steam, not much to spend $1700 on there, very few uses for one thousand seven hundred dollars on Steam, no idea how you'd use almost two grand
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