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You're never going to be bored in Hope's Peak Academy's wild world of murder, despair, and bears, but you might occasionally wonder why it's a game.
Read on to see what we think about Titanfall so far, but we're refraining from posting a score until we can see how it operates in a retail environment.
The Stick of Truth is one of the rare instances of a licensed game done exactly right.
As a person who really likes western as theme, I have to say XCOM.
Sleeping Dogs was OK. GTA 5 was great.
People seem to hate the big dog, but even the makers of Sleeping Dogs would not say it is better game than GTA 5.
Just Cause 2 was fun in extreme amounts and New Vegas was better Fallout game. So right answer is: Just Cause 2.
Brotherhood was OK and I got all I wanted with one play trough - did not bother with the side quests or the DLC that came with the game.
Bayonetta is unique and brilliant game that I have finished multiple times. It was so good that I am seriously thinking about buying the Wii-U.
I bought the Witcher one. I bought the Witcher 2 twice (xbox360 and PC). I am not going to buy the 3rd game 3 times, but I will definitely pay for it.
Holy cow! That is lots of Civ 5 there! I think my combined Civ 3, 4 and 5 wont reach that and I have played LOTS of Civ 3 and 4.
One is jrpg and automatically loses this one. Also Dragon Age: Origins was a good game.
Fez had neat ideas but never did anything really grand with them. Braid wins because at least it provided good puzzles with it's core mechanics.
X-COM does everything better and without anime bullshit. Flawless victory.
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