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Enter The Bounty.
The Bounty is
a unique, retro styled, high score based RPG. A roguelike with a
classic arcade edge. It's meant to challenge the player, and inspire
them to push their limits further. You start your game, and delve into
the dungeon; everything you do rewards you with points. But there are no
shops, no inns, no safehouses. Once you die, you die.
-NEW RETROIDS COMPETITION
-NEW VIDEO GAME SCOREBOARD
Competition is fun. It can bring us together, and helps us to strive to be our very best. That's why we're featuring three fun, modern destinations for your competitive gaming itch. Learn more about Retroids Videolympics Scoreboard, Recordsetter, and Video Game Scoreboard- and some really awesome contests.
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Nintendo's newest home console, Wii U, is a clever, unique, powerful system. One that a majority of folks haven't experienced, if reasonably low sales are any indication. This piece will be Gaming World Wide's way of introducing you to this fun machine.
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Gaming World Wide is back with another installment of the Under Appreciated Games feature! This time around, we're going to take a step back to the sixth generation, consisting of the Dreamcast, Playstation 2, Gamecube, and XBox. Some of the last gen of consoles still play these games, and the original machines can still be easily picked up, so it isn't difficult to dive right in. There was a big, crazy world outside of GTA, Zelda, and Halo. Now's as good a time as any to explore what you may have missed.