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Submitted by NitrateZA 1403d ago | article

5 Innovative Games [eGamer]

We gamers are a whiny bunch. It’s true. We don’t want to play games with the same mechanics over and over. We like variety. We can be mesmerized out of our socks when it comes to something different. Seeing a trailer that unveils something new or spectacular gets us all excited and our voices drop in bass and increases with “squee”. It is important for the industry to bring new ideas to the table and amaze the ol’ folk who buy their ware. Ware being games. Not Tupperware. Although a Tupperware bowl that shoots aliens in the behind would be spectacular and we would all sleep sound, feeling safe with our Tupperware puppy in the vicinity. (BioShock, Bulletstorm, Crysis, Culture, L.A. Noire, PC, PS3, Singularity, Xbox 360)

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