Game You Should Vote For as “Best PC Game of 2007” in the GameCola’s Readers’ Choice Awards of the Month:
If you’ve ever played Hellgate: London, you probably balked at that. And I understand. Really, I do. But just hear me out. I know there is a plethora of glitches and other annoyances in Hellgate right now, but there is also a lot of potential! Even though I can’t go through a single zone in that game without being warped back to the start, booted from the game, made invisible so that my party members can’t see me, or just straight up crashed/frozen and forced into a hard reboot, I still keep playing. If a game can be so fun that you keep playing it even though you are inevitably going to run into a million annoyances that pretty much ruin the game, imagine how good it will be when they fix all of that!
I’ve been keeping up with the forum posts of devs and others in the know, and it seems like the powers that be are definitely aware of all the problems and working on solutions. So even before the January issue comes out, a lot of these problems should be things of the past. Therefore, it is only right that Hellgate: London be considered for Best PC Game of 2007. And, really, what else are you going to vote for? Crysis? Fuck Crysis.
At this point you must be thinking, “Your argument is so compelling! How can I help the cause? I want to vote!” Well, friend, only those on the prestigious GameCola mailing list can vote! The ballots will be sent out via e-mail to everyone on the mailing list, so if you want to get on it, do so by clicking HERE.
To those who are actually interested in Hellgate, and are curious as to who else here at GameCola is playing, you’re in luck, because I’m about to tell you all about that. As far as I know, the only people playing right now are myself, Paul, and Eric. We are currently in the guild “TGoL_All_Stars.” If you are interested in becoming a part of our vast three-man online gaming community, don’t be afraid to come looking for us. Also, if you are one of those interested people, or know someone who is interested, you could always make use of the comments section here.… You know what I always say: If you know, POST. God DAMN that is a snappy catch phrase. Even if it only makes sense 40% of the time.