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Submitted by ITFGaming 588d ago | opinion piece

30 Day Video Game Challenge – Day 10: Best Gameplay

Bracken Lee-Rudolph from ITF Gaming writes: Today’s challenge is a simple concept – the title which you feel has the best gameplay. This is a very broad question as it takes into account all genres of video games, and is a simple question of which game you find to be the best in how it plays. This can be a title which you enjoyed playing the most, a title you felt was very well built (even if you didn’t particularly enjoy it) or a game which made up for deficiencies in other areas by giving you lots of options while you were in in-game situations. Below you’ll find our writers’ picks in terms of titles with the best gameplay. (Culture, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

level 360  +   588d ago
Am with Tracy over third person games like Uncharted/Tomb Raider/Splinter Cell. I find it more immersive, my wanting to be able to see/move more clearly over enemies/obstacles makes it a better gameplay over first person games.

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