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GameSniped Video Game Review of Rocket League

GameSniped Video Game Review of Rocket League

Rocket League isn’t some average FIFA wannabe soccer simulator that swaps football players for futuristic cars. It’s actually quite addictive and will grow on you with every match you play. The game is best described as The Perfect 5 Minute Break, Rocket League is fun, charming, and most importantly, it’s simple. Everyone can play it, so don’t bother finishing […]

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Is Technology Creating a Lack of Critical Thinkers? Games that Stimulate the Brain

Scientists, doctors and educators have been saying for years that technology is a double-edged sword. On the one hand it reduces the amount of time spent on laborious tasks and computations but on the other hand technology has proven to interfere with the development of critical thinking. Before taking this premise as a foregone conclusion, […]

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GameSniped Video Game Review of Resident Evil Remake

GameSniped Video Game Review of Resident Evil Remake

The upside to releasing yet another installment in an already popular game series is that the bar is set high from the get-go. Resident Evil was first released in 1996. In the (nearly) two decades that elapsed since then the game has naturally lost some of its initial fan base, though it goes without saying that […]

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Metal Gear Solid 5 Ground Zeroes GameSniped Review

Metal Gear Solid 5 Ground Zeroes GameSniped Review

So, did you guys guess the big surprise? I wondered if the Konami themed post would give it away. We’ve decided to do something a little different from our normal post. Keep in mind that the site thrives around you guys. So, if you like the idea, make sure you tell me in the comment […]

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fatal frame posters

The List of Survival Horror Games (Cont’d): My Favorite Scariest Games on the PC and Consoles

Hey, guys. Welcome back. As I mentioned last week, my list of my favorite survival horror games felt a bit skimpy to me. So this week, I’ve decided to flesh out the list to include general horror video games (be they adventure, survival, or action horror). Let’s check out my favorite scariest games on the […]

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Amnesia 2

The List of Survival Horror Games that Probably Best The Evil Within

Right off the bat, I don’t want to make this post some sort of cranky old guy rant about new video games vs. retro video games. I’m a gamer. Period. I love all sorts of video games on various different consoles (including the PC). I’m also not going to judge the new survival horror game […]

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Punch Out!

Retro Sports Video Game Collectors Items

So, how is everyone here liking Fifa 15? I heard that EA made some big changes with the Ignite engine in last year’s version. I also heard that Fifa 15’s version of Ignite is even better than last year, and the graphics look more realistic than ever. What’s even better is that EA finally brought […]

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Team Fortress T Shirt

The Comprehensive Collection of Valve Swag!

“Good work getting this far, future starter! That said, if you are simple-minded, old, or irradiated in such a way that the future should not start with you, please return to your primitive tribe and send back someone better qualified for testing.” We here at GameSniped absolutely love Valve Software games and Gabe Newell! That’s why […]

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Sealed PC Wing Commander: The Kilrathi Saga

Straight from 1996. I loved this game. Seller has a couple other classic PC titles as well.

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Wizardry 8: Stones of Arnhem Original Artwork (Unreleased Game)

Wizardry 8: Stones of Arnhem Original Artwork (Unreleased Game)

Ending in a day or so are some really unique auctions. 100 Sir-tech related auctions, a lifetime cache of items from the Sir-tech video game company. From sealed NOS video games, guides, internal documents, original concept art & cels, promotional items, documents regarding their court cases, ledgers, and much much more! Listed below are auctions […]

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Zork II Users Group Mail Order Poster

Zork II Users Group Mail Order Poster

This is an original Zork II The Wizard of Frobozz art poster. Condition isn’t the best, but there were only 50 of these produced to begin with, the map is dated 1983 and artwork was done by Pier Giovanni Binotti. Zork Users Group? Mike Dornbrook started the Zork Users Group in October of 1981. He […]

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Sierra On-Line Systems Ken & Roberta Wine Bottle

Sierra On-Line Systems Ken & Roberta Wine Bottle

This is probably one of the most unique items I have featured all year. While it’s not going to sell for thousands, it’s going to make a truly unique addition to someone’s collection. You’ve probably played a Sierra game, especially if you’re a fan of vintage PC gaming. Sierra Entertainment Inc. (formerly Sierra On-Line) was […]

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