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Submitted by DeforMAKulizer 866d ago | opinion piece

Tech-Ticker Game of the Year Awards

Hani Farah of Tech-Ticker, "As the end of the year dawns upon us it is time to look back at all the game releases, big and small, disappointing and pleasantly surprising and most importantly which games were able to captivate us and make us forget about the real world in which we live.

The gaming team here at Tech-Ticker has already chosen the nominees and winners of each of the categories below and all that’s left is the grand prize: the ultimate game of the year. The nominees of this category are the winners of the other categories and it’s your job as our awesome reader-base to vote for Tech-Ticker’s Game of the Year." (3DS, Diablo III, Halo 4, Journey, Persona 4 Golden, Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracle, PS Vita, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day", Wii U, Xbox 360)

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