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Submitted by Nineball2112 1005d ago | opinion piece

12 reasons why current generation systems are still the place to be

With all of the talk about next-generation consoles flying around, it may be slightly difficult for gamers to remember there is still fantastic, new content that will be hitting their consoles later this year.

Today, Examiner.com takes a look at some of the biggest titles that are scheduled to hit current generation consoles. (Beyond: Two Souls, PC, PS3, Remember Me, The Last Of Us, Xbox 360)

tristanwerbe   1005d ago | Immature | show
bullymangLer  +   1005d ago
now if nintendo wouldnt had mentioned the wiiU, this about the ps4 and 720 early blast would not have happened.

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