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Submitted by smikey1123 703d ago | opinion piece

Classics: Six Titles from this Gen Sure to Make it

FTG writes- “Classics” is a strong category in any medium. It calls to mind unforgettable films that broke new ground and tattooed their images on your memory; unskippable songs that make you remember specific moments and the feelings attached to them; timeless, bound stories that can last for decades or far beyond. It’s the same for video games. Games that started a genre or made one relevant again; the ones that gave you an experience unforgettable to your gaming life; these are classics, ones that withstand the test of time for one reason or another. You know the ones I’m talking about. Each generation has had its share, and though it is too early to definitively name them such, this generation is no difference. Since they aren’t classics yet, these following games (or series if they all made a big enough splash on this generation) are the ones destined to be classics. (Batman: Arkham Asylum, Dark Souls, Demon's Souls, Mass Effect, PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day", Xbox 360)

Alcohog  +   703d ago
Umm...Uncharted 2.
smikey1123  +   703d ago
While Uncharted 2 is a great game, it doesn't have the same genre changing impact that the others have. It is merely just better than the previous game. Granted much better, still just an upgrade.
Alcohog  +   702d ago
It is by far a classic of this generation.

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