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best video games

They're all recommended for 18 years and up.
A decade-in-the-making masterpiece about a tattooed boy, a mythical beast and their bond.
The weather outside is about to get frightful, which makes playing video games on the couch quite delightful.
Even an industry in transition wracked by a misogynistic online insurgency still put out some great games. In fact, the lack of monumental triple-A titles allowed many games to soar that might otherwise have been overlooked. So here are my picks for the best games of 2014.
'Tis the season to be gaming, which is why most major video games are released in the run-up to Christmas. But the deluge
While the PS4 and Xbox One struggled a little with their launch games (as all systems do), the still-struggling Wii U, released last season, nailed a new Super Mario classic over three decades after the character's debut and the PS3 and Xbox 360 planted their final flags with pride. And so here are the 13 best games I played in 2013.
Gaming is still widely considered a kids' medium, but the average gamer age in 2013 is actually 30 and a full 68 per cent
Not a kid, not yet an adult, which makes teens are pretty hard to buy games for, since most of the ones they want are rated
Back in the day, it was kinda hard to buy Christmas gifts for fun-loving adults, since we were allegedly too old for toys