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Submitted by Steelmanner 751d ago | opinion piece

The Best Brits in Video Games

Today I am coming to you with a less serious topic. However, that being said it doesn’t mean the mission at hand isn’t one that is important. In fact, I have been wanting to create an article surrounding this topic for a long time, but I never felt is what quit the right time for it, but now is the best time of all. With the 4th of July in the past I, and the enhanced patriotism that comes with it, I want to share some of the love with our brothers across the great sea by compiling a list of their best roles in gaming. At first thought, it doesn’t seem like it would be a terrible assignment, although further research will prove that our British brothers have made a largely impacted in our gaming society. Nonetheless, I have compiled what I believe to be The Best Brits in Video Games . (Assassin's Creed III, Industry, Killing Floor, Portal 2, Professor Layton, The Killing Floor, Tomb Raider 2013)

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