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TOYS N TECH: Best and Worst Video Games of 21013
TOYS N TECH: Best and Worst Video Games of 21013

cnet.com editor Jeff Bakalar gave us his best and ‘most disappointing’ video games for 2013.

Full list below and audio of our chat with Jeff coming soon.

BEST

1

GTAV

2

The Last of Us

3

BioShock Infinite

4

Super Mario 3D World

5

Tomb Raider

6

Assassin’s Creed 4

7

Zelda 3DS

8

Saints Row 4

9

Rayman Legends

10

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

11

Gone Home

12

Guacamelee!

13

The Stanley Parable

14

DmC (Devil May Cry)

15

Tearaway

 

DISAPPOINTING

1

Aliens: Colonial Marines

2

Dead Island Riptide

3

Knack

4

Fuse

5

Crimson Dragon

6

Game & Wario

7

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