Each week throws off several new video game lists ranging from the humorous to the trivial. What's better? A list of those. Here's a roundup of the rundowns out there.
•Starcraft 2's 10 Coolest Secrets, Stories, and Easter Eggs [Bitmob] Probably goes without saying that this one carries a spoiler alert. I'd reference my favorites, but I don't want to get yelled at.
•Twenty Counterproductive Video Game Covers [Thumb Press] Nearly all of the old Atari 2600 cartridge art was counterproductive, because it gave the impression the game was more awesome than it really was. Super Breakout? Neil Armstrong playing jai alai in space? Sign me up! Oh ... it's just ... Breakout with two paddles ....
•Top 10 Strategy Games To Avoid At All Costs [Planet Xbox 360] Not all strategy games are highly anticipated midnight-launch affairs like Starcraft 2, or are even fun. Although to be fair, Tropico 3 was much better on PC than console, which is probably why we see it for digital download in The Moneysaver so often.
•Games That Didn't Know The Triceratops Never Existed [G4] It's not that the dinosaur never existed, its just that it was really the Torosaurus at an earlier stage of growth. Still, G4, serves up some games whose wild inaccuracy about life before man probably delights the hell out of creationists.
•Seven Probably Gay Video Game Couples Who Should Get Married [Ranker] The other timely news of the week was a federal judge overturning Prop 8 out in California. Ranker's on the case with some same-sex pairings that are totally not an affront to the sanctity of traditional marriage. Such as "Zangief and anybody."