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Steam Roundup – Episode 15

I apologize in advance for having one disappointing game this time around. And really, it’s not a BAD game, I just figured it would be…well, better. It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these and I’ve got a number of great titles to show you. Honestly, there isn’t a whole lot else to say, so let’s just dive right into it!
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Top 5 GTA Clones

When people say GTA clone, it gets tired and old. Calling something a clone of something else makes you seem incredibly lazy as it’s merely a way of waving off any sort of merit the game might have otherwise that either sets it apart or makes it 10 times stronger than GTA3 (the one they’re usually referencing) and somehow allows them to dismiss the game entirely.

The sad fact is these same people would be missing out on otherwise incredible titles that, GTA or not, warrant your undivided attention. Titles such as…
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RPG of the Year 2008 (Revision)

We’re going to give this another shot…and hopefully Wiki won’t be such a dick in the ass this time. For those of you just jumping in, RPGs have been a huge impact on me ranging all the way back to the original Final Fantasy. Join me as I attempt to outline the top 5 RPGs each year and list all the runner ups for your viewing pleasure, should you choose to do so. Don’t forget that the pictures include youtube links as well.

Also yes, there really is a game called “Tales of Game’s Presents Chef Boyardee’s Barkley, Shut Up and Jam: Gaiden, Chapter 1 of the Hoopz Barkley SaGa.” Yes, I thought it was fake, too. Don’t forget to check on previous RPG of the Years here. By the by, this is the first year that’s had so many free to play titles, soooo…it’s pretty massive. That said, this year there are 95 games! Man, I hope I didn’t miss any…
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