Warhammer is a game that can be played on the kitchen table created by Games Workshop. The game has been around for over 30 years and has no game board to restrict moves. Instead of using a game board, players use rulers and end shooting, combats and battles with rolling dice. By collecting miniature plastic
The future of humanity is threatened by an alien invasion in the ‘Half-Life’ game series. Gordon Freeman is the main character in this series and is also a physicist. The game was first released in 1998. The debuting game Half-Life, featured an explosion in the Black Mesa Research Facility where Freeman was employed as a
NBA Jam started as a classic arcade game that was released in 1993 and based on the National Basketball Association (NBA). Some of the games that were released after are NBA Jam Tournament Edition, and NBA Jam Hangtime. At first it was developed by Midway as an arcade game that was featured in many arcades. Acclaim, got
While Arthur Morgan is a fictional character and a protagonist in a video game known as the Red Dead Redemption, his quotes have been seen as inspirational. The quotes from this character will challenge the way you think and can possibly guide you through many of life’s experiences. Arthur Morgan is an extremely complex character
Halo is a long-running video game series in which we learn that an ancient civilization, the Forerunners, placed multiple Halos throughout the universes. In the video game series, the Master Chief of the United Nations Space Command battles one or more competing factions over control of the skies. Sargent Major Avery Johnson leads the UNSC
Captain John Price, callsign Bravo Six, is the main protagonist of the Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare video game and film series. As A British Special Forces sniper, Captain John Price was born on 01-11-1953 according to a dog tags accessory released in Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Early in his military career, John Price
Bill Nye mentioned his famous quote “Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don’t.” This adage gives an introduction to the star of the article by enforcing that we can learn from anyone, both fictional or non-fictional characters both in real lives or on-screen; movies, TV shows and even video games. Yes, video game!