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We’re getting close to the end of 2013, so why not look back at some of the year’s notable releases by reading these community reviews?
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“This is a system seller for the Wii U. People who already own the console should not hesitate to pick this up, and those who don’t should really consider it.”
“Remember that Michael Bay movie, Pearl Harbor? It’s an absolute special-effects beauty of a movie, but the story just seemed a bit too long for one sitting. This is how Ryse was with me.”
Above: He’s no Kratos, but he might do in a pinch.
Image Credit: Crytek
“Beast Boxing Turbo takes the typical underdog story and puts a different spin on it by putting the player in charge of a young woman looking to prove the human race’s worth to its monster overlords.”
“Dragon City is SocialPoint’s most renowned game, and since its release date, it has been a dominant stakeholder inside the social games environment. Why? It uses a formula based on the well-known farm games but adds a dynamic component of gathering and collecting units for fighting later.”