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Submitted by CriticallySane 445d ago | opinion piece

Question of the Week: With The Top 50 of the Generation Completed, What Didn't Make the Cut?

Critically Sane: "One of the problems with consensus list is that you tend to miss out on those brave, exciting, personal favorites. While we put in a lot work into developing the best list that we could, we couldn’t help but each private bemoan the fate of a personal favorite which hadn’t made the cut at all. We’re all very different gamers here at Critically Sane, and while that makes our coverage diverse, it also means on a consensus list, it’s harder to get consensus on lesser known titles." (Gran Turismo 5, PC, PS3, Rock Band 2, The Witcher 2: Assassin of Kings, Wii, Xbox 360)

gillri  +   445d ago
The Witcher 2 would be in my top 20 I reckon

good to see ME2 at number, my personal GOTG, but The Last of Us, my 2nd favourite GOTG, is a glaring omission here
oIITSBIIo  +   445d ago
The witcher 2 is my top 2 after Batman AC .

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