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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 931d ago | opinion piece

2012 FutureGamez Awards (Part 1)

FutureGamez: It's clear that the current generation is in its twilight years. Nintendo have already released the Wii U, and Sony and Microsoft have, apparently, started shipping early development kits for their next-generation consoles - both of which we hope to see on shelves by this time next year. But the latter years in any console life (and I'm talking PS3 here, not the rather new PSVita of course) still offers some great titles - often the best during the cycle of any system and 2012 had some real crackers. (Culture)

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