Eurovideogamer Readers’ Top 50 Games of 2013
It’s New Year’s Eve, which can mean only one thing. Well, it means lots of things: deciding if to head out into town for over-priced booze and the company of idiots, to go to a house party where the opportunities to shame yourself are endless or to stay in and watch Jools Holland’s Hootenany and wonder where it all went wrong. Actually, you kcurrently what? I think I’m just going to retire to the world of Animal Crossing: New Leaf and celebrate it with my townsfolk. I kcurrently who my real friends are.
Oh, and New Year’s Eve means another thing too – it’s time for the Readers’ Top 50 Games of 2013! We had an incredible amount of input, so thank you so much for voting. The results have been fascinating, too: there’s certainly a real consensus on what the real stars of 2013 have been, and the winner this time round had a significant margin over its competitors. Rightly so too, I think.
And so here’s a rundown of the full top 50, complete with your own comments. I hope you enjoy it, and I’m looking forward to getting stuck into more videogames in 2014!
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