video games

Level 13 by Gordon Korman

Level 13

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Aug 22, 2021

Level 13 is an amazing book and sequel to the original Slacker novel. I loved the original novel and wondered if Gordan Korman was ever going to make another book about Cameron Boxer. I was confused when I heard the name “Level 13” but when I read the book I understood more about how level 13 in a video game in the book was a big mystery and how it was weird when we found out what was the disastrous thing that was placed into that level that made it banned in many states. The storyline was amazing and the way the book taught people how they should never get hooked into streaming a video game

Assassin's Creed (DVD)

By Justin Kurzel
2
Rated by Axel F.
Jul 7, 2017

Justin Kurzel’s newest film, Assassin’s Creed, has been called one of the best video game based movies made so far. Unfortunately, that isn’t much of a compliment. In this film Callum, played by Michael Fassbender, is captured by the Abstergo Corporation and placed into a machine, the Animus, in order to access and relive memories locked in his genetic code. Using these memories The Corporation, run by The Templars and the Assassin’s sworn enemies, hope to find an ancient relic that will allow them to take control of all free will. As convoluted as that sounds it is pretty much the plot of the

The Lost Tribes

By C. Taylor-Butler
4
Rated by Chris K.
Apr 13, 2015

Combining world travel, video games, puzzles, archaeology, advanced technology, mysterious parents, growing danger, and a group of ambitious teenagers, this is quite the adventure.


Ben's drill sergeant, never impressed Uncle Henry scoffs at his ambitions of becoming a basketball star, saying if Ben really wants to do something worthwhile with his time he should solve the video game Henry gives him. If Ben can do so in a week, Henry says, he'll get to join his uncle and parents on one of their expeditions as reward. Ben's parents are irate--about both the game and the promise--but Henry says

Portal 2

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Rated by Rachel C.
May 31, 2011

Available for both PS3 and Xbox 360, Portal 2 is the sequel to the massively popular and critically acclaimed Portal.  If that means anything to you, then you don't need to know anything more than this: it's at least as good as the first one, with less cake and more potato.  If that doesn't mean anything to you, go ahead and keep reading.

Your heroine, Chell, wakes up after an unspecified amount of time in suspended animation, and is tossed headlong back into the Aperture Science laboratories, assisted by an amiable idiot AI, Wheatley.  This time escape is even more difficult than before

Final Fantasy XIII

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Rated by Rachel C.
Jun 8, 2010

Should you try to save a people who hate you? That's the question asked in SquareEnix's Final Fantasy XIII, available on both PS3 and Xbox 360.

What you take out of this game really depends on what you expect from it. If you're looking for a freeplay sandbox, turn around and walk away. If you're looking for excellent character development, pull up a chair and settle down for the ride.

The world of Cocoon is a self-sustaining sphere suspended above the terrifying wilds of Pulse, and the Sanctum keeps Cocoon running smoothly. When a creature from Pulse is discovered in a resort town of Cocoon