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Submitted by SoundGamer 992d ago | article

The Best Games You Didn’t Play: 2012

GXC: "2012 has been an overwhelmingly amazing year in gaming. Tons of titles, big and small, were released and no doubt it’s not easy to keep up with all of them. While AAA games with big budgets and massive marketing campaigns may have received most of the limelight, there are definitely other games you may have missed. There were a lot of games that went under the radar by many people this year, but were worth every dime spent to purchase and play.

Here are some games (in no particular order) that you may have overlooked in 2012, but you should actually play." (3DS, Dishonored, Dragon's Dogma, Gravity Rush, LittleBigPlanet 2, Nintendo DS, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Starhawk, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, XCOM: Enemy Unknown)

iXenon  +   992d ago
Everyone should try XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Everyone.
schlanz  +   992d ago
Just finished this, man what a great game.
Myst  +   992d ago
Dragon's Dogma along with Sonic All stars were/are awesome along with Gravity Rush? I thought a lot of people played that one.
ThatMiamiGuy  +   992d ago
Evidently not many people have a Vita and only a fraction of those played Gravity Rush. So, no...

Dragon's Dogma did okay but Sonic & All-Stars racing, I don't know anyone with that game. :/

Talking about them online =/= playing them.
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Myst  +   992d ago
True but I encountered quite a few on a gaming website (not this one) that loved Gravity Rush. Also a lot of buzz must have gone around enough to warrant a sequel for the title.

Yeah despite how good the scores have been for Sonic I don't think a whole lot have it. I feel like the only one at times.
KingofGambling  +   992d ago
Hell Yeah, Starhawk.
Monolith  +   992d ago
Hell yeah!
Starhawk.
The free dlc was awesome too.
TheLastGuardian  +   992d ago
Don't forget Twisted Metal.

Gravity Rush, Sound Shapes and LittleBigPlanet Vita were some of the best games I played all year.
SoundGamer  +   992d ago
It's just a shame they all sold so poorly. :(
Hicken  +   992d ago
According to who, might I ask?
dafegamer  +   992d ago
Source?
SoundGamer  +   992d ago
@Hicken & @dafegamer

You can research NPD and VGChartz (among other resources) for sales figures.
Monolith  +   991d ago
Hell yeah! Twisted metal

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