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I'll skip all the malarkey and just get to the numbers. These figures are based on Nielsen's polling of 5000 gamers asking them to rank their top 5 most anticipated titles of the Fall season. There's all kinds of disappointing in the list, but you really shouldn't be surprised by any of it:



I know you might suggest that Just Dance 3 doesn't really deserve a place in this list. Let's not get into a discussion where we write off anyone looking forward to a dancing game. The fact is, this is a pretty accurate snapshot of what gamers everywhere want. Let's face it. Nielsen's gotta be smart enough to eliminate all the trolls outliers.

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