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Originally Posted by CardJoeIt doesn't really matter though because, whether people prefer it on PC or console, it should still be representative of the average bit-tech reader (though perhaps not the average forum poster).
Originally Posted by EltonYes Batman was a great game, and E:TW totally deserved the award, although I'd wish it was higher, although one would sensibly argue that the game itself was(and is still) hella buggy.
Originally Posted by DigiI thought Mirrors Edge had been bashed to oblivion by most people but it seems now it might be worth a buy. (was recently on steam for almost nothing, missed that!)
Originally Posted by GunsmithMw2 at number one? Shows how many retarded children we have loitering around here
Originally Posted by UncertainGodwoah, I couldn't possibly disagree with that list more, guess it just goes to show the different direction bit-tech has been taking lately.
Originally Posted by Bit-techIt's that time of year when we take a look back on 2009 and decide what the best games of were.
Originally Posted by D3s3rt_F0xI played MW2 personally I thought it was awful, the most over-hyped FPS since any of the Halo games. Brought nothing new to the table, the story was paint by numbers and oh ye what was with that heartbeat monitor crap just admit you stole it from alien and call it a motion detector.
While on the other hand Batman was sublime.
Originally Posted by mrbensbest games of were? would be better without the 'of'
Originally Posted by FishlockQuote:Originally Posted by mrbensbest games of were? would be better without the 'of'
If this was my forum, I'd ban people like you. Just **** off.
Infact, on looking at your previous posts, you seem to do nothing but sit around correcting peoples grammar. What the hell is the point in that? Might I suggest that you are on the wrong forum?
Anyway, 'would' should have a capital letter and you didn't put a full stop after your sentence. You loose.
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