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Submitted by Scissorman82 1044d ago | opinion piece

Shaping and Breaking the Mold: Gaming's Most Promising New IPs

Matt Randisi writes, "There’s nothing quite like seeing a brand new idea come to life though, and it is these original IPs that help shape the future of the gaming industry year after year. Thankfully the amount of truly distinctive titles featured at this year’s E3 was quite generous indeed." (Beyond: Two Souls, Dishonored, E3, Industry, PS3, The Last Of Us, Watch Dogs, Xbox 360)

TheMassSmile  +   1044d ago
Yes Sir!!
neutralgamer19  +   1044d ago
Love most of Sony's exclusive ip's. They always give me that feeling i felt when i first played that game flashback lol I was like whoa this looks awesome.
AngryOcelots  +   1044d ago
It is a shame there weren't more IPs that stood out like these did. Just wish The Last of Us had a release date already.

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