Fallout New Vegas Cheats, Codes, Walkthrough and FAQs

Walkthrough and FAQs articles :
Infinite Bottle Cap Exploit click here
How to Play Caravan click here
Achievements click here
Fallout New Vegas codes and cheats click here

source : Youtube.com and IGN

Recommended sites for Fallout New Vegas Fallout Wiki
1 Development history
2 Story and setting
   2.1 Setting
   2.2 Story
3 Gameplay
   3.1 Hardcore mode
   3.2 Character system
   3.3 Combat
   3.4 Karma and Reputation
   3.5 Weapon Modding
   3.6 Companion wheel
   3.7 Gambling
   3.8 Changes from Fallout 3
4 Developers
5 Products
   5.1 Collector's Edition
   5.2 Add-ons
      5.2.1 Pre-order add-ons
      5.2.2 Upcoming add-ons
6 Controversies and censorship
7 Gallery
8 Videos
9 References

Top 10 Cheapest Games for Windows and Mac

Cheap but decent for you to buy and play in your PC, I have a list of  the cheapest 10 games for you guys, it's a good game to buy because that games will not disappoint you.
ok to the point, here are 10 cheapest games that you can buy and play on your pc. All the games below, the price is not more than just $ 5

1.  Sid Meier's Civilization® III Complete
 Sid Meier's Civilization III: Complete, the latest offering in the Sid Meier's Civilization III franchise, provides gaming fans with Sid Meier's Civilization III, the highly-addictive journey of discovery, combined with the updated and enhanced multiplayer expansion pack Sid Meier's Civilization III: Play the World, as well as all of the great new civilizations, scenarios, and features from Sid Meier's Civilization III: Conquests! Sid Meier's Civilization III: Complete provides more ways to explore, more strategies to employ, more modes of play, and more ways to win, all in one box!

2.  Half-Life 2: Deathmatch
 Fast multiplayer action set in the Half-Life 2 universe! HL2's physics adds a new dimension to deathmatch play. Play straight deathmatch or try Combine vs. Resistance teamplay. Toss a toilet at your friend today.

3.  Poker Night
 Prepare for a different kind of poker night in a very different kind of club. In Poker Night at the Inventory, you'll deal with Penny Arcade's clever, cunning Tycho, Team Fortress 2's hulking Heavy, Homestar Runner's self-proclaimed "awesome icon" Strong Bad and the hyperkinetic "rabbity-thing" from Sam & Max. These characters come together in ways some never thought possible, in a setting few would have predicted.

4.  Delve Deeper
Delve Deeper is a turn-based Adventure/Strategy game for Windows that combines HD pixel art, tile placement, and RPG elements in a bright and humorous atmosphere. Up to four players take command of Dwarf mining teams in this fast and furious dungeon adventure meets devious puzzler, building the map as you play for an ever-changing, endlessly replayable strategy experience for you and your three best friends, or three devious AI teams.

5.  X: Beyond the Frontier
X: Beyond The Frontier is the first part in the X-Universe series of games developed by Egosoft. It tells the story of mankind's rise and fall in the universe, and the attempt by Kyle Brennan to help repopulate the stars using a new ship called the Experimental Shuttle, and how he became trapped in a closed group of sectors linked by a series of jumpgates, owing credits to an alien for helping to save him, and hunted by several people. Unknowingly, a group of secret service people are after him, a group who have tried to hide their races secret, that they are the descendants of a group of Humans who saved earth from the Terraformer fleet they created to help colonise the universe. Now with the Truth coming out, X: Beyond the Frontier allows the player to play as Kyle Brennan on his hunt to find a way home, whilst helping a group of people find the truth about their ancestry, and continue to help save earth from the Terraformers who are now known as the Xenon.

VVVVVV is a retro styled 2D platformer by Terry Cavanagh, creator of dozens of free games. You play as the fearless leader of a team of dimension exploring scientists who inadvertently crash, and are separated. The game involves exploring the strange world you've found yourself in, and reuniting your friends. VVVVVV explores one simple game mechanic: you cannot jump - instead, you reverse your own gravity at the press of a button. The game focuses on playing with this mechanic in a variety of interesting ways.
The game is designed not to artificially gate your progress. In VVVVVV there are no locks, no power-ups, no switches, nothing to stop you progressing except the challenges themselves.

7. Chime
A Zoë Mode production for the video game charity initiative OneBigGame, Chime pits gamers against the melody in an all-new puzzle experience. Place blocks against the clock, complete solid quads and try to cover the whole playing surface, all the while remixing and embellishing pieces by musicians from across the planet. And you get to feel good about yourself, too: The console version of Chime was originally developed for OneBigGame with all the developer’s royalties going to Charity for sales up to June 2010, and Zoe Mode will continue to donate a proportion of its royalties (equivalent to 5% of purchase price) for sales of the Steam version. OneBigGame always aims to donate a minimum of 80% of all donations to its charity partners Save the Children and the Starlight Children's foundation.

8. Aura: Fate of the Ages
The legend also claims that whoever unites these rings with the artifacts of the parallel worlds will achieve great power and immortality. In unique worlds of dreams and reality, magical, mechanical and ethereal lands, take on the quest to find the artifacts cleverly concealed throughout the lands. Four parallel worlds await you on your journey: The Ademika Valley, The Mechanical World, The Isoteric World, and lastly, the Island of Unity, each with different environments to explore, challenges to encounter and a variety of indigenous puzzles to solve. Lose yourself in this fantastic and rich adventure, uncover the smallest details, collect information, solve the enigmas and unravel the saga of intrigue, exploration and treachery that is AURA: Fate of the Ages.

9. Cossacks: Back to War
To stand alone in war is extremely unpleasant. Extremely pleasant, on the other hand, is the stand-alone version Cossacks: Back to War. Containing all of the gameplay features of Cossacks: European Wars and Cossacks: The Art of War, this is a complete care package for all current and future Cossacks fans. This add-on contains 100 captivating missions taking place between the 16th and 18th centuries. In addition, two new nations, Switzerland and Hungary, are included. These countries waged war in the late Middle Ages and essentially influenced the development of European military strategies. This addition causes the second add-on of Cossacks to pass the threshold of allowed gaming fun.

10. X: Tension
 X-Tension is the eagerly awaited expansion pack to X: Beyond the Frontier. The expansion is not limited by a linear plot line but makes use of new ways to expand your empire. You can now take part in missions that are offered to you throughout the game.

They are the best games at the cheapest price at this time, do you want to buy it?I think it was worthy enough to be purchased, the price also quite cheap and the quality of the game was quite memorable and enjoyable.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 (officially abbreviated as PES 2011 and known as World Soccer: Winning Eleven 2011 in Asia) is a football video game in the Pro Evolution Soccer series being developed and published by Konami with production assistance from the Blue Sky Team. The game was announced on 9 February 2010 and is set to be released on the PlayStation 3, PC and Xbox 360 on 30 September 2010 in the EU, 8 October 2010 in the UK. With Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 2 and PSP being released soon after, in October to November. The UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League will feature within the game; and for the first time CONMEBOL's Copa Libertadores and UEFA Super Cup will be fully licensed. The first trailer was released on 4 May 2010, while an E3 trailer was released in June 2010, showing some of the new features of the game. The game will also see the return of Lionel Messi as its cover star.

A demo of PES 2011 was released for PC, PS3 on 15 September 2010. The demo allows users to play 10 minute games with 4 teams available: FC Barcelona and Bayern München or Copa Libertadores pair Chivas de Guadalajara and Internacional. A video presentation is also included after each match outlining the full game's content in readiness of the game's UK launch on 8 October 2010.

Now you can download PES 2011 for PC from links in the text file that I created. Include PES 2011 patch 0.1 and don't be confuse beacause this is full game download for PES 2011. English text and commentary not yet added but you can download PES 2011 English menu and commentary from the links then edit PES 2011 folder. Serial code for PES 2011 include in the text file below.
Torrent for faster download PES 2011 or use your download manager app, is all up to you.

First, You must download the text file (.txt) below :
Then open the file, copy the download links to your web browser.
Download - Extract - Burn or Mount - 'edit' - Put the Serial code - Play

Front Mission Evolved review | PS 3, Xbox 360, PC

Front Mission Evolved is a third-person action video game developed by Double Helix Games and published by Square Enix. It is the latest in the Front Mission series of games and it was released in Japan on September 16, 2010 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. On July 22, 2010 developers announced on their blog that Front Mission Evolved will be available to North America on September 28 and in Europe and PAL territories on October 8.

Front Mission Evolved Gameplay

Front Mission Evolved takes place in the late 22nd century, a time when countries are rushing into the firmament via valuable orbital elevators. Its complicated story begins with an attack on one such elevator located in New York by forces unknown, leading to international tensions as various factions begin blaming each other. Events are seen from the perspective of a military contractor employee who believes his father is killed in the New York skirmish. He takes the wanzer his company was developing and joins the army with the aim of avenging his dad.

The narrative is speckled with lush, thrilling cut scenes of the sort publisher/developer Square Enix is renowned. Meanwhile, the voiced dialogue is a cut above that of most Japanese imports; a bit awkward and over-stimulated, but more natural in structure and convincing in emotion than one might expect. There’s no subtle meaning or social commentary waiting to be discovered, extracted, and mulled over by deep-thinking players, but it ought to keep folks entertained in a mindless-action-movie-matinee sort of way.