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Helen K Parker

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DmC: Devil May Cry

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Kentucky Route Zero: Act 1

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Knytt Underground

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Will You Ever Return? 2

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Perspective

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Best of 2012: The Top Five Games

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Thomas Was Alone

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Far Cry 3

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PID (Planet in Distress)

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Halo 4

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Hotline Miami

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Assassin’s Creed 3

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Primordia

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Dishonored

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown

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Resident Evil 6/McPixel

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