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Submitted by logiagamer 297d ago | opinion piece

TOP 15: Best Games of the 7th generation

Beginning in November 2005 with the launch of Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii and following and PS3 back in late 2006, the seventh generation of consoles is officially opened.

Having left behind his best after eight years, we intend to review the games that marked a before and after this cycle: titles that marked tendency, which served as inspiration for others who will be remembered for his monstrous numbers sales, or for showing the extent to which the hardware is able to offer new and renewed experiences. (Gears of War, Grand Theft Auto V, Mass Effect, PC, Portal, PS3, Red Dead Redemption, Wii, Xbox 360)

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