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Submitted by Game-Modo 770d ago | opinion piece

Overlooked Gaming Goodness At E3 2013

E3 2013 had a huge lineup of games but some seemed to float under the radar. Check out some of the overlooked games at E3 2013 (Contrast, Crimson Dragon, E3, Monolith Soft, Outlast, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xenoblade Chronicles 2)

captain_slow82  +   770d ago
omg a little bit of poo came out just watching the trailer for outlast o.o

thats a must buy for me

really like the look of contrast as well
HolyDuck  +   770d ago
The trailer was great, was expecting a huge jump scare. I hope they keep to what seem to be the trailers roots, a decent atmosphere without all the crappy jump scares which ultimately turn "scary" games into laughable predictable jokes.
3-4-5  +   770d ago
@cap..lol what? check your undies
Concertoine  +   770d ago
what the hell controller is in the thumbnail

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