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Submitted by GRamirez 551d ago | opinion piece

Pixel Related's 2012 Game of The Year

Last year might not have been the biggest for video games, but it was still an extremely solid year. We had some fantastic titles cross all of our paths over the year, but there can only be one Game of 2012. (Halo 4, Mass Effect 3, PC, PS3, Sleeping Dogs, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day", Xbox 360, XCOM: Enemy Unknown)

InMyOpinion  +   551d ago
The Walking Dead truly succeeds with a story and decisions that affects the gamer emotionally. I'm on EP 3 and I had to take a break from it because I was about to start crying lol.

Other devs who claim that their games will move players to tears need to analyze The Dead Walking (looking at you Epic).
HeavenlySnipes  +   551d ago
I really fucking love this game. I'm being serious when I say that its the only game that really evoked any emotions in me. They did an excellent job of getting you to get attached to the characters.

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