The Final Countdown: Less Hyped Games, Happy Photos and Far Cry Misunderstood

Go here to see less hyped games to look forward to in 2013.

“Most of us will probably be spending the next couple of weeks getting caught up on all the games they missed. We, on the other hand, are planning review schedules, and here are three games coming up that look worth playing.”

The Countdown

13 photos that will make you happy – [Cracked]

Why Far Cry 3 is misunderstood – [Insert Coin]

The scary truth of happy meals – [Izismile]

Bad characters from shows we love – [TVOvermind]

The least viral videos of 2012 – [GeeksAreSexy]

This is the worst movie of the year – [ScreenCrush]

Jessica Simpson pregnant again – [TheBlemish]

The best of Christmas Lights – [TheChive]

Now that’s how you sell aluminum – [WWIW]

The highest Christmas box office grosses of all time – [Pajiba]

Today’s girl is Megan Fox – [Maxim]

The 25 best mixtapes of 2012 – [BroBible]

Jim Carey as Criss Angel? – [ToplessRobot]

A silver TARDIS necklace – [Neatorama]

  • Iain

    With regards to the McDonald’s article:

    It’s got nothing to do with the ingredients, this is just bad science. You could do the exact same experiment with ingredients from your kitchen and as long as you made it the same size, it would also do the same. The burger is so small that the moisture evaporates before mould can set in, therefore making the whole thing go stale which is how it will stay. The same goes for the roll and fries. If you try it with a larger McDonald’s burger made with the exact same ingredients then it does go all mouldy and nasty.