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Video Game Feature: The 10 Best Video Games of 2011

CHICAGO – We may already be planning our 2012 gaming experience (and watch for a piece next week on HC’s most-anticipated games), but there’s still time (before “Mass Effect 3” takes over our lives) to look back at the year that was and ask the key questions — Was 2011 a good year for gamers? What were the highlights? Let us guide the way with our ten favorite games of last year (and ten runner-ups).

Video: Review of Video Games in First 6 Months of 2011

Metacafe: video games in first 6 months of 2011

CHICAGO – HollywoodChicago.com is pleased to announce we’ve inked a new syndication relationship with the video behemoth Metacafe to bring you compelling, original entertainment videos!

Video Game Review: Amazing Ambition of Stellar ‘L.A. Noire’

CHICAGO – Game developers have spent decades fine-tuning the art of puzzle-solving. How do I get from point A to point B? How do I defeat enemy X to do so? It is the foundation of almost every video game. But most developers have used the same tools to build on that foundation, primarily building their houses with hand-eye coordination, whether it’s jumping a platform at the right time or shooting an enemy with perfect precision.

Video: First-Look Trailer For ‘L.A. Noire’ With Kevin Scott Allen From Rockstar Games

L.A. Noire from Rockstar Games with Kevin Scott Allen

CHICAGO – The first proper reveal of the new video game “L.A. Noire” from Rockstar Games was released on Thursday. The game, which is coming in 2011 to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, features TV stars Kevin Scott Allen and Aaron Staton.

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