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Best videogame series that started this gen?

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2 years ago#1
1vpip - Results (158 votes)
Uncharted trilogy
18.99% (30 votes)
30
Mass Effect trilogy
20.89% (33 votes)
33
Bioshock 1/2/Infinite
21.52% (34 votes)
34
Assassin's Creed series
5.06% (8 votes)
8
Batman Arkham Asylum/City
11.39% (18 votes)
18
Gears of War trilogy
0.63% (1 votes)
1
LittleBigPlanet 1/2
4.43% (7 votes)
7
Borderlands 1/2
5.06% (8 votes)
8
Other
12.03% (19 votes)
19
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nt
2 years ago#2
Bioshock is by far the best.
LBP I'd probably rank second as it pulled in many "non-hardcore" gamers into this gen. It's one of the most important (if not best) games in this gen.
2 years ago#3
none of those.
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2 years ago#4
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2 years ago#6
Mass Effect
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2 years ago#7
You had room for another choice. My pick is inFAMOUS.
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2 years ago#8
Mass Effect trilogy.

I love gears one but think the other two are trash.

Like uncharted 2 but the other two not so much.
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2 years ago#9
While I haven't played part two, I'd still have to go with Bioshock.
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2 years ago#10
Junpei_Stupei posted...
none of those.

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