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Submitted by typoknight 698d ago | article

Game Collections in the Next Generation

GamerFitNation: "Game collections have been growing in popularity throughout the current generation of gaming. They allow fans of a series to replay the entirety of a series, often in high definition, that may have been spread out across multiple platforms before the creation of a collection that brings all of the games in a series to one place. They also allow gamers who haven’t played a series before to play through a popular series, which is especially useful if some of the games in the series are on older systems that are difficult to find. While collections have been made for a while now, they really started to pick up steam over the past few years. If the trend continues, there should be quite a few quality collections in the next generation of gaming." (Gears of War, Halo, Mass Effect, Mega Man, Phantasy Star, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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