Submitted by Mister_V 1010d ago | opinion piece

MP1st’s Multiplayer Experience of 2012 – The Winners

MP1st - The time has come to crown one title as the best multiplayer gaming experience of 2012.

While our wallets may not have been so lucky this year, our appetite for multiplayer gaming sure was. This year saw one of the best entries to the Call of Duty series yet while thousands of Xbox 360 gamers were reunited with another proper instalment in the Halo franchise. Borderlands returned with bigger, better and more bad-ass RPG FPS action while Medal of Honor also gave its authentic take on shooters a second spin in the rebooted series. PC gaming also took a mighty stand this year with titles like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Blacklight: Retribution, PlanetSide 2, Diablo III and Guild Wars 2. Similarly, the PlayStation 3 surprised us all with the touching and unique indie game, Journey. (Borderlands 2, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Halo 4, Journey, PC, Planetside 2, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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