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It's the end of the life cycle for the PS4. This is usually when the best and strongest titles come out. I'm hoping it's a good year

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It’s a chronological list of every game that’s been given at least a score of 8 in 2017. Are these all Game of the Year? No. However, if you’re looking for a new game to play, it couldn’t hurt to check this list to see if you missed anything.

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@altairdarius: They actually put a story in the game, which was my biggest complaint about the first Destiny. Having a character named "The Speaker" and have him wax poetic about not telling us the history of the world really pissed me off. Leveling is easier. Enemies scale with you, so you're never feel out matched, but they never feel too easy. Gear level/power is a lot easier to understand.

I only screwed around in the first game. It didn't interest me enough for me to stick with it. I'm only three days into this game, but it's a lot of fun so far and I can see myself sticking with it.

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@tevic: I've seen a lot of these kinds of posts lately. If you've really been coming here for 5 years, then this media blitz shouldn't be a surprise. They do this for every major release. Leave if you want to, but I can't imagine that any other site will be different in a meaningful way.

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@huskerman71: They might have, if they were still around

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Pushing for a digital market is going to be a lot more difficult if gamers can't take their digital libraries with them moving into future generations. I personally have a large number of digital games on both the One and PS4, and I'd hate to see them go to waste. It's certainly going to be a factor in my decision to buy a PS5.

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Considering I bought three Xbox 360s last generation, the PS3 I bought at launch was a steal at $600.

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@Berserk8989: I work a minimum of 12 hours a day, and I would certainly like to play games more often. However, I also have a 3DS loaded with games that hasn't left its case in 6 months. It's not practical to keep it with me. When I'm at home, why wouldn't I want to play on the big screen?

When the novelty of being able to carry a full console wears off, and the reality of having to carry a bulky (it isn't pocket sized) console sets in, I'm betting most people will choose to leave it at home.

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@TheEternalGamer: How many people just want to play the next Zelda? How many are clamoring for a large, premium portable gaming device? I'm guessing the shared interest in that Venn diagram is pretty small. Nintendo can't expect people to pay top dollar for a feature they never wanted.