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Submitted by Crazycraven 856d ago | opinion piece

The best (and worst) of the year – Nick Lynch of Citizengame.co.uk

It may come as a surprise, but we absolutely love games here at Citizen Game. Old games, bad games, big games, whatever. We love to play them and we love to talk about them. Right now everyone else is trying to sort out and definitively list the “best” games of the year, to compile them into Top Ten’s and Best Of’s. We don’t do that because we don’t really care which game was best this year. We only remember the games we love and the ones that have broken our hearts. So, to that end, Citizen Game will be presenting its Best Loved Games and biggest disappointment of 2012 in a series in the run up to Christmas, with staffers taking a moment to reflect on what made their favourite games of the year so special to them. We encourage you to do the same in the comments.

It's part four of our Best Loved Games and Biggest Disappointment 2012! Now time for the words of Nick Lynch (Culture, Dishonored, Hotline Miami, Mass Effect 3, PC, PS3, Tokyo Jungle, Xbox 360)

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