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Submitted by RGDfleet 390d ago | opinion piece

Top 20 Heroes of the Generation - Part I: 20-11

GameGrin's Gary Durston writes: As the seventh generation of gaming enters its twilight years, we are beckoning in a new era of games, and with them new heroic protagonists. Already we've been introduced to the likes of Nick Ramos (Dead Rising 3), Marius Titus (Ryse: Son of Rome) and, erm, that weird Knack thing (Knack), and all are worthy heroes in their own rights. But now I'd like to pay respects to the heroes of the previous generation; whether from franchises old or new, these characters all began their lives during the seventh gaming epoch and have left a fabulous legacy for all future protagonists to heed. (Culture, Dead Space 3, Industry, Super Meat Boy Ultra Edition)

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