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Well it's been another week and here's another round of news that you may, or may not, have missed. I hope you enjoy this week's news roundup!
The game was given a score of 6/10 by one of the websites chief reviewers. As the rumours say, Eidos didn't like this game score and forced Gamespot to fire the reviewer.
Team Fortress Comic #7 at Onrpg
There have been a lot of unspoken rules between MMO dudes all around, which deserve an analysis akin to the famous Bro Code book.
Aside from its eye-catching red glow, the Sidewinder X6 packs a lot of features for your everyday PC gamer. With Macros, desktop control and even folder hotkeys, this mean keyboard is sure to rock your gaming experience.
There is nothing as great as your own war engine.
It still lets you feel like you're in command without the discomforts of feeling odd when using a different grip fashion.
The most successful games out there usually feature a wide array of possibilities for you to be able to create a character that is completely unique.
RF Online reconsiders some of its character designs. Enjoy Onrpg comic issue #6!
I really recommend this headset to everyone who is looking for an affordable headset that will get the job done.