Submitted by ClydeRadcliffe 633d ago | opinion piece

Games of the (Last) Generation

PlayMagazine writes: "The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One may be settling in nicely post-launch, but it’s easy to forget that the best part of the last decade has been spent getting stuck into their predecessors, with countless hours lost by players across Canada to some of the best games ever crafted. With so many incredible experiences to be had in that time, it’s likely that all but the most dedicated of game-gurus among you will have missed out on some real classics, but this dissection of the very best PS3 and Xbox 360 games (so far – let’s not forget there’s life in the old dogs yet!) should help you figure out which gems are missing from your collection!" (Assassin's Creed 2, Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Bastion, BioShock, Blur, Culture)

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