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Submitted by Fanatyk 1120d ago | article

AlterGamer | Apocalypse? Don’t mind if I do.

Sometimes, we want to face the end of the world, and prevail. Perhaps it’s zombies, aliens or other people. There were a few excellent titles in the “Apocalypse” genre over the past couple of years. Bigger and smaller titles which might catch your attention. Perhaps you just want to try something different, or maybe you want to go mutant camping, without having to find real mutants yourself? Whichever the case, read on. (BioShock 3, Fallen Earth, Fallout New Vegas: Ultimate Edition, Left 4 Dead 2 DLC, Left 4 Dead 2: The Sacrifice, Metro 2033, PC, Project Zomboid, PS3, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat, Xbox, Xbox 360)

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