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Submitted by pixlbit 847d ago | article

PixlBit's 2012 Game of the Year Console Awards

PixlBit | "It’s pretty tough to own every console out there these days. Luckily for the average consumer, there are a lot of the same games available on PS3, Xbox 360, and now even Wii U. Each of these pieces of hardware also has its own unique set of releases; some of them are exclusive and others just feel like they belong to one console more than the others. Then there are the portable systems that offer distinctive experiences from each other in almost every game available. So, whether you feel inclined to take sides in the “Console War” or are happy to just play great games on great systems, we’ve picked the best experiences from 2012 on each platform." (3DS, Halo 4, Journey, NintendoLand, PS Vita, PS3, Resident Evil Revelations, Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xenoblade Chronicles)

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