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Submitted by Pozzle 837d ago | opinion piece

Top 8 “Gotcha!” Moments in Gaming

GB writes: Video games may not be movies, but that doesn’t mean designers are above donning the M. Night Shyamalan cap and yelling “What a twist!” at opportune moments. We’ve compiled our top 8 “gotcha!” moments in gaming. Some were good, some bad but all inevitably became pivotal in changing the way we looked at or played a game. Some of them outright shocked us, while others subverted our expectations of the game completely. Nonetheless, they won’t be forgotten – nor will the obviously smug developers behind them. And yes, spoilers ahead. (Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Dead Space, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons Of Liberty, PC, PS3, Retro, Wii, Xbox 360)

Cajun Chicken  +   837d ago
Oh man, Inversion was a great one and a bit of an underrated game full of brilliant concepts. Seriously if you mean to play Inversion, DON'T read this article.

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