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Assassins Creed 3

One of my personal favourites returns in this massive step forward for the series just in time for the festivities!

Whether you are playing during your spare time in between your lessons, or whether you work full time and are cramming it in during weekends and are planning to make the most of Xmas, this is just a stunning game!

As we move forward in the timeline, the Assassins Creed takes us to 1776 Colonial Americas, and we are one the Native American Indians Click to read more

 
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Battlefield 4
The genre-defining action blockbuster that is to set this installment of the franchise apart from all other game releases in Autumn 2013

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SimCity
City construction / management / megalomania is back in this 2013 reboot of the franchise

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Crysis 3

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Save your friends from pirates and escape an island filled with unhinged inhabitants

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When the gamerz change the ending. Enjoy Commander Shepard & his squad combatting those damn aliens again... with many new endings!

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FIFA 13
One of the biggest football (soccer for our friends from across the pond)games of the year. All the Premiership fun in our hands. Wing or loose, it now our fault!

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Fuse
Co-operative action shooter to retrieve an volatile alien energ source called "Fuse"

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Just Dance 4
With over 40 tracks, why go out on a Friday night? Stay in, have a disco with your friends in your livingroom isntead!

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2012-11-23 01:15

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2012-10-18 01:38

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2012-10-17 09:30

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