Lost Plane 2 - Team Up with a team of rescue workers as you search an ice-covered region for a crashed plane.
Hi Man Contracts - A gay casting agent is tasked in finding the best male performer for a Broadway gig. Prequel to Hi Man Ab Solutions.
Ears of Wars : Judgment - Use deadly shouts to render your enemies deaf and make their heads blow up.
Dick Racy... No comment
And whatever, this one doesn't fit the theme... But I still like it...
Kock Bang 3 - Now with more "instruments" and the ability to have 7 people simultaneously participating. --- The wind carried screams from the west. I could not help but smile - Kain PSN : Stealth_Cobra | MGO ID : Killed by Konami's Greed
I wonder why this thread is still open, while the other one i created (about removing TWO letters from a game's title) is gone...
Sorry, didn't see that thread at all. I got the idea from the gaming board on Amazon.co.uk. And this topic has only been going about 12 hours anyway!
Elder Scrolls: Olivion
You play as Olivia, a heavy-drinking, no nonsense-taking Imperial soldier who wishes she was a man and makes a deal with a Daedric prince for gender reassignment in exchange for an Elder Scroll. --- Now Playing: Dishonored, FFXIII, Red Dead Redemption, Sly 1, Uncharted 3
Metal Gear Sold - Become the richest PMC by selling nuclear walking tanks to random terrorist organisation. --- The wind carried screams from the west. I could not help but smile - Kain PSN : Stealth_Cobra | MGO ID : Killed by Konami's Greed
Doom 3: BF Edition - Heeey! How you doin? A different take on Doom
Call of Duty: Black OS II - warfare across the globe to secure the latest Operating System
Assassin's Cred - you might think you're an assassin, but does the word on the street support this? think again! build up your cred and become legendary
Meal Gear Solid - DARPA Chief Donald Anderson, or Arms Tech President Kenneth Baker, one of them has your meal ticket, and they're holed up on Shadow Moses Island. Members of Foxhound are hungry too, so the race is on! --- "You will be judged by what you succeed at, not by what you attempt."