Tagged:  True Crime: Hong Kong

Lefty’s Soapbox: On Cancelled Games & Van Gogh

Lefty’s Soapbox: On Cancelled Games & Van Gogh

Written by (@leftybrown) on February 9, 2011 in Opinion

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It’s believed that the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh painted over one third of his older canvases.  It is a significant number of works that are now sadly lost to the world.  This historical tidbit came to mind when I heard the news today that Activision was cancelling True Crime: Hong Kong, a re-imagining of… Read More »


Can’t Wait to Play in 2011: Kelly Brown

Can’t Wait to Play in 2011: Kelly Brown

Written by (@mrsleftybrown) on December 6, 2010 in Features

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It is so hard to believe that we are putting a cap on 2010 and are looking forward to 2011.  All this week, The Married Gamers staff will be writing about some of the games they are most excited to getting their hands on next year.  First up is The Married Gamers co-founder, Kelly Brown:… Read More »