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Posted on Thursday, December 15 @ 12:11:10 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
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It hasn't exactly been a flagship year for PC gamers, so by all means, make sure to grab the good ones before that fancy rig of yours becomes outdated.


F.E.A.R.

Publisher: Vivendi
Genre: First-person shooter
MSRP: $49.99
Sure, it's got a silly acronym, but F.E.A.R. still managed to scare us silly. The gloriously chaotic destruction requires a good computer, but if you've got the horsepower, this is the must-have PC holiday buy. Just get that creepy little girl out of my dreams.
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Battlefield 2

Publisher: EA
Genre: First-person shooter
MSRP: $49.99
If you or or yours is more interested in massive, epic firefights than frights, it doesn't get any bigger or badder than Battlefield 2. Great graphics and even greater gameplay highlight an outstanding gift for any would-be warrior.
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World of Warcraft

Publisher: Blizzard
Genre: MMORPG
MSRP: $29.99
We know, we know - it came out at the tail end of last year, so what the heck is it doing in this year's gift guide? Well, it still rules, filled with a billion updates since its release, and if you know someone without it, you need to change that.
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Guild Wars

Publisher: NCSoft
Genre: Online RPG
MSRP: $29.99
But chances are you already own World of Warcraft, so how about a cheaper alternative? Beyond the purchase price, the fun, pretty Guild Wars charges zero monthly fee and allows you to play online. We like that math.
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The Movies

Publisher: Activision
Genre: Sim
MSRP: $49.99
Amateur directors and starving actors can't possibly miss The Movies, the world's finest filmmaking simulator. Hire and fire talent, build sets and scrutinize every red cent in an effort to create a dominant movie empire.
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