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Submitted by Tolkoto 497d ago | opinion piece

The weirdest, silliest, and most downright disturbing games of 2013

You know how it is: Some games are good, some are bad, and some are too weird or embarrassing to ever admit to playing. This year saw its fair share of freaks and oddballs. You’ve probably played at least one — they’re kind of hard to forget. (iPad, iPhone, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Saints Row 4, Surgeon Simulator 2013, The Typing of the Dead: OVERKILL, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Zeno Clash 2)

Sadie2100  +   497d ago
LocoCycle is really messed up in the head.
choadley  +   497d ago
The NES Remix announcement was definitely weird to me. It felt like Nintendo wanted to make an "official" version of I Wanna Be the Guy and other freeware games that reused sprites.
Oh_Yeah  +   496d ago
Thanks for submitting this Tolkoto! Getting tired of the endless hordes of shooter games and wasn't sure what to look into. Hitting steam up right now, Zeno Clash 2 looks like a gem.

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