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Submitted by Walker 623d ago | opinion piece

The 10 Best Video Games of 2013 | The Roosevelts

Earth’s 2013th trip around the sun during the Common Era was notable for worlds that were digitally given life within the box-like realms of gaming consoles and PCs. Whether they be recreations of everybody’s favorite nostalgic characters or newly treaded ground in he realm of gaming lore, several video games released in 2013 will certainly be remembered in the future—when the years of their respective release is brushed off as technological antiquity.

In another installment of Yearbook13, RSVLTS has gathered the best, brightest, and most jaw dropping from the various pixelated universes emanating from your living room-located video game console. (BioShock: Infinite, Grand Theft Auto V, PS3, Super Mario 3D World, The Last Of Us, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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