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Posted on Monday, December 12 @ 11:26:12 PST by
You guys know how this goes! GameRevolution will be publishing our Game of the Year picks soon and your nominations in each category will be called out in each of those post.

But enough about us! We want to let the world know what the GameRevolution community thinks! That's why we're going to tournament style our way down to one game to rule them all. Your nominations for Game of the Year will enter and only one will leave... maybe a little bruised, a little beaten, but all the better for it. Let's get to it with the second round!


LittleBigPlanet 2

From GameRevolution's Review:

LittleBigPlanet is always first and foremost about the creation aspect. The tools this time have been greatly expanded – instead of just being able to create your own platforming levels, you can now (with the right experience and knowledge) create levels and whole games based on other genres.

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L.A. Noire

From GameRevolution's Review:

L.A. Noire is a lot like Heavy Rain, and not just because they’re both mystery games. They each take bold steps in untested waters for gaming, they each establish an amazing level of immersion (at times), and they each make odd choices that can frustrate you as well as awe you. While I do have complaints, this is still a game that needs to be experienced because the positives are just that strong. Like Phelps, you won't be able to leave this story alone until you see it through to the end.

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