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Rage Quit - Game of the Year Editions

Who the hell called Dead Island Game of the Year?!

Here at PixlBit we try to report news and provide articles with as little bias as possible, but sometimes we just have to let loose and just let our true feelings be known on a particular subject.  It is in this spirit that we introduce “Rage Quit,” a new series that will see one of the PixlBit staffers go off without having to worry about the little things like common decency.

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Dead Island Gets the GOTY Treatment This June

Game of the Year? Seriously?

In an announcement that is sure to surprise more than a few, a Game of the Year Edition of Dead Island will be hitting store shelves on June 26, 2012 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.

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PixlBit's 2011 Supplemental Awards

Just when you thought awards season was over...

Last month we announced our Game of the Year award winners by genre, platform and overall game of the year, but we weren’t through showcasing the best that 2011 had to offer.  With so many games deserving of the moniker Game of the Year we have decided to expand our awards ceremony into 2012 with the 2011 Supplemental Awards.  These awards seek to recognize games that excelled in a specific area whether it be through technical achievement, sheer enjoyability or utter disappointment.

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PixlTalk Episode 46: To 2011...and Beyond!

Podcasts: the final frontier. These are the recordings of the PixlTalk Crew #2. Their continuing mission: to seek out new talking points, and new awkward situations. To boldly go where no PixlTalk has gone before!

Welcome, faithful listeners, to the first official episode of PixlTalk Crew #2! Joaquim sits in with Patrick, Rob, and your new host, Julian. We talk about our personal picks for Game of the Year. Obvious games like Uncharted 3 and Batman: Arkham City are mentioned before we stop to give some love to underdogs like Dead Island and Dragon Age 2.

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Overall Game of the Year 2011

Come see PixlBit's pick for the top game of the year, as well as the runner up.

Now for the fun part. We've had an opportunity to tell you about the best in each genre and on each console, but today we're pulling out all of the stops and weighing in on the absolute best game of the year. The nominees for this award encompassed only the winners of each of the categories in the past two awards, severely limiting the overall pool of possible choices. The results were surprising, but they speak for themselves. Welcome to the final day of the official...

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Game of the Year 2011 - Console Awards

Find out what games of 2011 best represented the current consoles on the market.

After yesterday's Genre Awards, today we bring you the biggest and best of the year for each of the respective consoles, as well as the best downloadable title of the year, irrespective of the platform it was released. Unlike last year's awards, we didn't segregate multiplatform titles - these were considered alongside the exclusives on each system. Welcome to day two of the...

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Game of the Year 2011 - Genre Awards

Find out what games of 2011 best represented the nine most notable genres in gaming.

With 2011 coming to a close, it's that time of the year once again. A time to reflect on the year past, the experiences had, and the games that defined another year in the history books. Today begins the first of three days of awarding the absolute best games of the year across both genres and systems, as well as one game of the year that transcends all boundaries. These are the...

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New Vegas Gets an Ultimate Edition

Take the ultimate trip to New Vegas early next year.

Fallout: New Vegas is getting the “Ultimate” treatment early next year with the release of Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition – a complete game that is sure to lure old fans and neophytes alike from the comfort of their vaults.

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April Fools '11 - Review: Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days

Given the new direction provided by Square Enix, Kane & Lynch has progressed in unimaginable ways.

It’s not every day that you stumble across a game with such amazingly progressive ideas that the majority of the game industry just doesn’t “get it.” It’s impressive, to say the least, with what Square Enix has managed to do with Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days. Avante garde in design, the game’s cover mechanics turn the standard shooter formula on its head. Couple this with the interesting graphical design and it’s clear that players are in for a real treat.

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