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  1. The Order: 1886

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  2. Fable III

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  3. Battlefield 4

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  5. Banjo Kazooie (XBLA)

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  6. inFAMOUS

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  7. DC Universe Online

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  8. Blue Dragon

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  9. Borderlands 2

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  10. Dragon Quest XI

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  11. Bioshock 2

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  12. Life is Strange

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  13. Sonic the Hedgehog

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  14. Duke Nukem Forever!

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    • In Charlie Brooker's 'How videogames changed the world', he says Twitter is the number 1 game 'Twitter is a massively multiplayer online game in which you choose an interesting avatar and then roll player persona loosely based on your own. Attempting to accrue followers by repeatedly pressing lettered buttons to form interesting sentences'. I'm not a big fan of social media in general and there have been multiple studies showing the link between increased social media usage and depression, so I try to avoid it as much as possible. Seeking validation from others in that way seems false. As much as some journalists want to see Elon and Twitter self explode it won't, and after a few months I think things will get back to some level of stability. Twitter is a business and it needs to turn a profit and people need their dopamine hit.
    • A smartphone port already exists (Japan-only), so that’s not it. A Switch version is, by far, the most likely thing on the cards.
    • He really is. Played a few chapters now and he's grown on me very quickly. Seems quite similar to Kiryu. Stands up for what he believes in   And thank the lord that is Andy Samberg for enemies that don't block as much as in Yakuza 3 
    • In fairness at the time I posted it the issue seemed to be more that the mass firings meant it seemed likely at some point something would snap and it would go down without intent, rather than a huge group of people leaving. Now it feels more like it'll be a slow drain away of people and advertisers and become more and more right wing and less relevant over time. I think it just needs a decent alternative to crystallise and that hasn't happened yet.  I'm considering giving it up. Recently I cut my following count right down to primarily people I know, or people I occasionally interact with. Put a chunk of those on mute (polite following) and turned off retweets for many because I just wanted to see people I know posting about themselves. However I still see other things get through and end up seeing tweets and then making the mistake of looking at responses and seeing the dregs.  I could be more disciplined, but I think maybe just giving it up in the new year. 
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