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Submitted by Jon_Fu_ 745d ago | opinion piece

2013: Year In Speculation

Today's gamers actually have more control over the content they receive from the big gaming juggernauts than ever before, due to heightened expectations based on recent technological leaps. The resulting power shift has increased general expectations from the industry's audience to a point where they have a solid opportunity to shape the future of their own entertainment. That being said, making accurate predictions about the gaming world in 2013 is most likely going to be tougher than ever, so here are a few debate-worthy topics for you. (Industry, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

nassour  +   746d ago
Looking forward and yet scared of 2013, filled with mysteries and you know what I'm happy about that!
djslimzz  +   746d ago
Why so scared, with all of the rumors and upcoming games 2013 offers, it will be a massive year. I can't wait for E3!
teezanpleez  +   746d ago
all i have to say is E3 !!!

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