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Submitted by Barry_Burton_84 973d ago | opinion piece

(PSU.com) PS3 Game of the Month: October 2012

PSU.com writes:

With October offering a slew of triple-A treats for gamers to gobble up, PSU.com attempts to pick the best of the bunch for Sony's PS3 console from the likes of Resident Evil 6, Assassin's Creed III, Need for Speed Most Wanted and more.

Which game ultimately bagged the prize though? Read on. (Assassin's Creed III, Need for Speed Most Wanted, PS3, Resident Evil 6)

Gamerpeanuts  +   973d ago
Personally I think Halo 4 got PS3 game of the month....oh sh*t wrong article....whooo....Killzone? IDK I only play my PS3 for GoW and LBP...and sometimes Uncharted.
UnwanteDreamz  +   973d ago
assassins creed 3
DivineAssault  +   973d ago
Sony shouldve had a few more exclusives to release this holiday because spring of 2013 will be packed with so many that i dont know if i can complete them all before E3 even rolls around & even more are announced
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