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Submitted by Grateful Ghoul 511d ago | opinion piece

The Summer Games Catch-Up

As gamers roll on through the typical game drought that is summer, read up on which games the team at This Is My Joystick plan to catch up on during the lull in between all the barbecues.

Who wants to be outside in the sunshine when you could be catching up on those gems you've missed out on? (Dishonored, Grand Theft Auto IV, Hitman: Absolution, Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, PS3, The Walking Dead - 400 Days, Xbox 360)

xHeavYx  +   511d ago
You had to put a pic of Anita Sarkeesian? lol
Grateful Ghoul  +   511d ago
Guilty as charged :)
HugoDrax  +   511d ago
I don't think I'll be able to catch up :-(, although I am trying my hardest. I'll hit a road block in a few weeks once Splinter Cell releases, and GTV. As of now I'll be working on finishing Gears of War 3 tonight.

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