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Submitted by IGW_Fobia 1187d ago | opinion piece

Best PS3 Game of 2013 Predictions

2013 is quickly moving in on us, just under two months away, and it full of great games. God of War: Ascension, Grand Theft Auto V, Remember Me, Two Souls, Puppeteer and many, many more – the PlayStation 3 has a staggering amount of amazing games that it has in store for us. Each one will provide great experiences that we will remember forever; but what Kyle wants to know is – which one will be the best game out of them all? Which one, when looking back at 2013, will be the one that stands out above all the others? Will Kratos rise up and take the lead or will he be shunned by someone else? Using my tools and skills in the predictions manner Kyle will consult my fortune-telling crystal ball and reveal to all which game, at the end of 2013, is the very best of the year. (Beyond: Two Souls, God of War: Ascension, Grand Theft Auto V, PS3, The Last Of Us)

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