Global Game Awards
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Best FPS

A crowded genre to be sure, the best FPS’s of the last year have had to work their socks off to stand out from the crowd, giving you the best shooter action around. An ever-popular genre, these nominees have done that magical bit extra to distance themselves from the pack, putting you in creative situations through which you had to make like Arnie and decimate the opposition.

Arnie in Commando that is, rather than Arnie in Jingle All The Way. Of course this award is also about bringing the gamer both what they want and something original. Blowing away Nazis zombies in laboratories is all well and good but the Global Game Awards Best FPS Award reaches for far greater aspirations than yesterdays FPS formula. And as always the games industry delivers an ever flowing list of amazing first person shooter titles to choose from, but only the best will make it to the nominees.

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Battlefield 4
The incredible Frostbite Game Engine has been revamped for a 3.0 edition and looks more glorious than ever, while bringing us this next incredible Battlefield experience. Until Battlefield gamers wouldnt have even imagined that you could successfully blend the gaming mechanics of a shooter, with a vehicle sim. Now we are struck dumb as we look upon the brilliance of Battlefield 4, with its huge array of weapons, air/sea/land vehicles, loadouts and class configurations. All coming together to offer the gamer a new and novel experience, more beautiful than ever before. Obviously BF4 stands tall when it comes to the consideration for best FPS Award of 2013 and easily deserves to be amongst the greatest shooters the year has to offer.
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