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Submitted by Jamiex66 801d ago | opinion piece

Roundtable: The Staff’s Review Choices for 2013 – North America

Analog Addiction Writes: "For the past few days, we discussed which games our staff will be reviewing. Now you can see what the North American staff will be tackling throughout the year in this final part of the Roundtable discussion.

On Monday, you read about what the Australian staff members will be reviewing for the year. Tuesday, you took a peak at the reviews Europe will handle. Now it’s North America’s turn. It was a bit hassling to get them to write this though, as they were too busy eating bacon burgers, watching the latest Honey Boo Boo, having a KFC Double Down for dessert and chanting “‘Murica!” at Monday Night football. Eventually we got them around to writing about their reviews, and you can read on about their thoughts." (Dead Space 3, Industry, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch)

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