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The days of video game fan sites seem to have passed us by in the last few years. There are now thousands of fan websites in the form of Facebook pages. These pages have overtaken single websites and choked most of them to death. Even so, there are still many active gaming fan sites. These are the 10 best gaming fan sites that we found on the Internet.
Many mobile games are made to waste your time or to drain every dollar from your account through micro transactions. Some games stand above the rest in terms of quality and value. We’ve made a list of the top 10 iOS games launched in 2017, similar to the list that we made in 2016.
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It’s been common practice to search for the opinion of a professional reviewer online before people buy a video game. There are some who are totally opposed to the video game review system due to its shortcomings, but the practice seems like it will be around for a while longer. Until that time arrives, here are the some of the best game review sites.
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