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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 755d ago | opinion piece

It’s The Notes They Don’t Play

Gameological: The lack of identity in Journey. The lack of bombast in Far Cry 3. The lack of accoutrements in Super Hexagon. As our 2012 staff picks conclude, we realize that absences can make the heart grow fonder. (Culture)

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