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Submitted by MikeEaton 344d ago | opinion piece

Missing the Boat – 5 Video Games Where You Really Needed to Be There

Mike from Twinfinite writes, "As I await the imminent release of Dark Souls II on PC, as well as the (likely?) release of Grand Theft Auto V there as well, I’m not terribly concerned by the delay because I’m confident the experiences will be every bit as memorable as they would have been at release. For some others however, I can’t help but feel that the ship has sailed on having that special gaming experience." (3DS, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Counter-Strike, Journey, PC, Perfect Dark, Portal 2, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)

finito82  +   344d ago
not sure about that list...especially with LOL, starcraft, which are all extemely popular games on twitch t play and stream.

i do thing counterstrike has some life tho
Relientk77  +   344d ago
Perfect Dark is still awesome
Skate-AK  +   344d ago
Portal 2 is so much fun.
randomass171  +   344d ago
People missed these gems? Poor souls. :(

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