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Submitted by 4logpc 620d ago | podcast

For the Love of Gaming Podcast Episode 152: Top Ten Games of the Generation

It is hard to believe the Xbox 360 started this generation way back in 2005. It has been 8 years since the generation started, but now it is time to look back and remember.

Each 4LOG Crew member has made a Top Ten list for their picks for Games of the Generation.

The rules are:
-Games must be on the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Nintendo DS, Sony PSP, or Nintendo Wii.
-No HD Remakes.
-One games from each series.

After their top ten, they will talk about their honorable mentions, favorite developer of the generation.

Finally, each 4LOG memeber has also made a top 3 biggest disappointments for this generation. (Microsoft, Nintendo, Nintendo DS, PC, PlayStation, PS3, PSP, Sony, Wii, Xbox 360)

Dudebro90  +   620d ago
Mass Effect 2 is easily the best game this generation.
4logpc  +   620d ago
Its up there for sure.
anellunuxe2052   619d ago | Spam

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