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Best of 2012 Statistics: Breaking down Joystiq's awards

Joystiq - To decide its top ten games of the year, Joystiq goes through a fairly strict voting procedure, which is much more civil than the battle royale you might imagine our process to be. And now, you can get a better idea of how all that procedure works ā€“ while you're looking at some cool infographics. (Culture)

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