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Submitted by GamePodunk 1089d ago | opinion piece

5 Great Games For Your Next Summer Party

GP: "It’s officially summer, and that means it’s time go outside and enjoy the beautiful weather. Or if you’re like me, then you know it’ll be here for a few more months anyways, so why not just stay home for the hundredth time and play some more video games?

Better yet, bring some people over and have a party. Here are a few games that you might consider bringing at your next summer party." (Culture, Dance Central, Halo, Mario Kart Wii, PS3, Rock Band, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Wii, Xbox 360)

TrendyGamers  +   1089d ago
Rock Band is probably the best party game out there.
hilmart  +   1089d ago
Wrong, the Super Mario Party games are the best, especially on N64.
Never had as much fun with friends.

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