The Adrenaline Vault
April 11, 2002 12:16 AM   Subscribe

The Adrenaline Vault gives itself a facelift. This computer and videogaming site has always been there for me, unlike others I could name, and they did it without subscriptions or most other types of gaming site hoo-hah. I raise a toast to a bunch of people that love games as much as hard work. That's how you survive a ".com collapse" (those CPL sponsors probably don't hurt 'em). Congratulations.
posted by WolfDaddy (7 comments total)
 
Along with Blue's News, The Adrenaline Vault is my favorite gaming website.

In fact, I think I owe them a lot: thanks to Blue's I decided to pursue a career in gaming journalism, and Avault has been always an example to follow.

Congratulations to both of them!
posted by samelborp at 2:48 AM on April 11, 2002


Sup with OMM?
posted by techgnollogic at 7:53 AM on April 11, 2002


Sadly, OMM never updates anymore. Erik is one funny writer. And Chet has his moments, too: his account of beta-testing Asheron's Call caused a large amount of diet coke to end up on my keyboard via my sinuses.

It is worth looking over Erik's (and Seanbaby's) E3 reports, which are top front page links at Seanbaby's. Not for everybody, just the slightly twisted.
posted by umberto at 8:52 AM on April 11, 2002


Other than OMM (probably the funniest site ever - I love their review of Rune and the crate rating system, and I owe them for recommending Serious Sam), I find Gamespot's reviews most closely match my taste in games.
posted by straight at 9:39 AM on April 11, 2002


How can you forget Shack?
posted by ed at 11:50 AM on April 11, 2002


Can't stand Gamespy, and miss Games Radar. Which leaves me with Games Domain, CG online, Gamespot and for any simmers out there, the wonderful SimHQ
posted by kahboom at 12:44 PM on April 11, 2002


Its all about the Shugashack. They just launched their store, and I'm actually considering ordering from it.
posted by Darke at 2:27 PM on April 11, 2002


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