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Submitted by AlmostApollo 855d ago | article

2012: The Year of the Bait-and-Switch

We don’t get very many surprises in games anymore. The moment when Metal Gear Solid 2 ”really” begins stands fairly solitary in the pantheon of truly shocking events in our industry. But 2012 marks an interesting time where developers -for better or worse- are beginning to actively go out of their way to fool the player. I have no idea what makes this year the year to finally do it, but keep reading to find out why I think 2012 got its bait-and-switch on more than nearly any other year. (Culture)

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