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The worst video games of 2011

 

2011 has been one of the strongest years in recent memory as far as the quality of newly-available games is concerned.  While titles such as Portal 2 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim have been grabbing headlines and praise, there have been plenty that deserve an equal amount of shunning.

Body and Brain Connection (D-/A+) - The makers of Brain Age put their minds together and came up with Body and Brain Connection, a mental fitness title for Kinect on the Xbox 360.  Frustrations abound in this title and players are better off just sticking with the developers' DS original.

Top Twelve News10 Web Stories of 2011

Top Twelve News10 Web Stories of 2011

Curious to know what the 12 most popular News10 website stories were for 2011?

Well, wait no longer, cause here they are in descending order.  If you can click on the titles, you see why they got so many pageviews:

1) SLIDESHOW: Japan Earthquake Causes Tsunami Damage There and on West Coast

2) Questions Surround Feds' Raid of Stockton Home

3) Tsunami Sweeps 5 to Sea, Rips out California Docks

4) West Sacramento High School Cheer Squad Yearbook Scandal

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Let's get ready for the Holidays

Let's get ready for the Holidays

Really? The holidays are already here? Where did the year go?

Luckily The Home Depot was kind enough to share with us some of their season's highlights. Here's what they had to tell us:

1. Keep Spirits High and Energy Bills Low this Holiday Season: With LED string lights and energy efficient yard décor, even the Griswald family could avoid a sharp spike in the December energy bill. ENERGY STAR qualified decorative string lights use up to 80 percent less energy and last up to 10 times longer than standard incandescent string lights. With a variety of energy efficient options from The Home Depot, your viewers can escape the Nightmare After Christmas – the expensive energy bill.