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Submitted by GRamirez 770d ago | opinion piece

Pixel Related's 2012 GOTY Awards: Best Handheld/Mobile Game

Here’s the scenario: You’re on a bus waiting to go to work, but you want to play something while you’re waiting. Thankfully, due to all of the different mobile and handheld games released this last year, there are plenty of fantastic games to keep you occupied. (3DS, Android, Gravity Rush, iPad, iPhone, Paper Mario: Sticker Star, PS Vita, Resident Evil Revelations, Super Hexagon, The World Ends With You - Solo Remix)

Erimgard  +   770d ago
Sticker Star was not that great. It was a solid 7 or so, but it was a decline from the previous Paper Mario titles. Glad I bought it. Don't really feel the need to play it again any time soon.

Now Resident Evil: Revelations on the other hand...logged 90 hours on the 3DS version and will likely pick up the console version when it comes out.

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