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Games of the Year 2011

I spent most of 2011 playing catch up with both Mass Effect games and the first Witcher. So much so I haven't had the time to play some of the best games that have come out this year. Due to this Modern Warfare 3, Uncharted 3, Arkham City and the Witcher 2 will not appear on this list. I've yet to play enough of Deus Ex or Saints Row The Third so I don't think either should be eligible.

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  • It was better than the first Portal. Maybe not as surprising but just as effective ,and in my opinion funnier which really says a lot considering the quality of Portal. I never even touched the co-op.

    And, gosh that ending.

  • A huge, detailed, jam-packed world where you are just left to do whatever is exactly why Skyrim is great. The combat still feels bad, the PS3 version is still totally broken for some and there's still a multitude of boring, meaningless quests, but the world is so good I have spent countless hours in it, and will spend countless more.

  • Just like Portal 2 this is not the game I spent the most time with this year but it certainly left an impression. The set pieces were the best I experienced this year.

  • Without Jeff's server I don't know if this would be on this list, I definitely wouldn't have spent a few solid weeks playing nothing but this dumb game. There's no other experience like trying to trim a millisecond off your lap time as dubstepped Katy Perry blares.

  • For all the talk of the difficulty I never found the game overly abusive. It just expects a certain method of playing from you. It's not even as far as the perfection Super Meat Boy requires.

  • This game is dumb. The plot and characters are paper thin, but, man, the cars handle so well, you can drive through buildings(which never got old for me)and that airstrike looks so good.

  • That utterly bombastic multiplayer is really the only reason to play Battlefield 3. Again another game improved by giantbomb servers.

  • Solid gameplay with neat gimmicks, a great narrator and a neat story. Neat is probably the best way to describe Bastion; I liked it but it didn't blow me away.

  • More Assassin's Creed and more Ezio. The ending was pretty cool but I'm kinda worried for Assassin's Creed 3 because Desmond suuucks.