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Post by Gameboffin @ 04:37pm 14/01/13 | 1 Comments
Instead of looking at the broader games on offer throughout 2013, we thought we'd take a slightly different approach in gazing at the games release horizon for this year, specifically with so much talk of next-gen looming.

With this in mind, exclusives was the differentiator for today's feature, especially in that there really aren't a lot on the cards, barring the plethora coming to PC. Sure there are a handful of absolutely top-notch ones arriving on PS3 and handheld, but across the whole spectrum it does feel like something is happening in the industry and we'll put that down to the official unveiling of the next next-gen.

Until then, check out what is definitely coming to all existing formats, as collated and penned by Dylan "GameBoffin" Burns, because there are some stellar games here.

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carson
Posted 09:58pm 14/1/13
Rome 2. Oh god. Can't wait.
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