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Colin Mc Rae: Dirt 2
... the Americas and stylised, DiRT 2) is a rally racing game released in September 2009, and is the sequel to Colin McRae Dirt ... This is the first game in the McRae series since McRae's death in 2007 ... The game includes many new race-events, including stadium events ...
The Black Onyx
... Za Burakku Onikisu?) is a 1984 role-playing video game released in Japan by Bullet-Proof Software, and written by Henk Rogers ... It was originally released for the NEC PC-8801, and ported to several other platforms ... A version of the game was released for the Famicom in Japan ...
Doctor Who Games - New Series Merchandise - Computer Games
... This computer adaptation of the popular card game featured the Doctor and companions attempting to defeat a wide range of enemies by competing in card battles against them ... This game was released on PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, PC, and later, the Nintendo Wii ... The Adventure Games (2010) Featuring Matt Smith as The Doctor ...
List Of Fist Of The North Star Video Games - 2000s
... by system Arcade Notes A first-person boxing game released by Konami for the arcades ... It was released in Japan as Punch Mania Hokuto no Ken (パンチマニア ~北斗の拳~?) and internationally as Fighting Mania ... There six courses in the game, each covering a certain portion of the storyline ...
Twilight Frontier - Productions
... of Illusionary Music?) - The OST for the game ... MegaMari (メガマリ -魔理沙の野望-) - An action game parodying Touhou with Mega Man ... Released on May 2006 ...

Famous quotes containing the words released and/or game:

    the walk liberating, I was released from forms,
    from the perpendiculars,
    straight lines, blocks, boxes, binds
    of thought
    into the hues, shadings, rises, flowing bends and blends
    of sight:
    Archie Randolph Ammons (b. 1926)

    There are no accidents, only nature throwing her weight around. Even the bomb merely releases energy that nature has put there. Nuclear war would be just a spark in the grandeur of space. Nor can radiation “alter” nature: she will absorb it all. After the bomb, nature will pick up the cards we have spilled, shuffle them, and begin her game again.
    Camille Paglia (b. 1947)