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Top 12 video games of 2013 that you can’t ignore


Whether a player or an enthusiast, Games are loved by everybody across the world. From childhood to adolescence, it’s the essence of being young, wild and free that keeps you moving.

Having released 2 new consoles, merely a month prior to our festive season, Xbox One and Play Station 4 are certainly going to make it to every wish list across the country and even the globe.

Gaming enthusiasts can be categorized based on how old they are. From kids to adults there’s a huge generation gap, which is filled in by tweens and the teens. So, here’s a list of twelve amazing games that anybody would want to wake up early on the Christmas morning for.

Super Mario 3D World

Everybody’s favorite Super Mario is back with his friends. This time to rescue a bunch of fairies called Sprixies, Mario along with his friends Princess Peach, Toad, and Luigi sets on the mission. The game is specific to be played on Nintendo Wii U only.


Players can break brick walls, and swallow mushrooms. To make the gaming more social, it can be played with maximum of three friends.

Available for $59.99, Super Mario 3D World can be played by people of all age groups.

Disney Infinity

This action-packed video game, for children up to 10 years of age, combines the effigies from Cars and The Incredibles, is interactive for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii and Wii U.

In a huge Toy Box, the players can create their own worlds or they can even transfer the figures to a theme-based adventure. The video-game starts at $74.99 only. However, for additional accessories and figurines, the price ranges from $9.99 up to $34.99

NBA 2K14

With the focus on this time n the King, the professional Basketball game returns for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360.

Players can opt to lead a team with the players whose features resemble their real life counterparts. With the incredible visuals, the basketball stars commence the game.

For a generous $59.99, NBA 2K14 is for players of all age groups.

Skylanders SWAP force

With the return of the earliest toy and video game hybrid, a new collection of action figures make their entrance. The game can be activated in PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U, and Nintendo 3DS.

The action figures come with detachable upper and lower parts, thus enabling players to mix and match different variants of the figurines. The various trials can bring about to a total of 256 different combinations.

Starting at $74.99, additional action figures are available from $14.99 to $24.99.


For the young aspiring footballers, to the aged football fans, FIFA is the best football game ever, which operates on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360.

With more accurate players, and agile opponents, gaming experience in FIFA 14 becomes more realistic.

At just $59.99, the gaming experience is open for enthusiasts of all ages.

Just Dance 2014

The very famous dancing experience where one has to match the dance moves is accessible on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii for $39.99 only. However for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Wii U it is available for $49.99.

Having previously sold more than 40 million, the new version of the dance game includes music from Kesha, Katy Perry, Will.I.Am, Bob Marley, One Direction and Gloria Gaynor.

LEGO Marvel Superheroes

Based on the famous LEGOs, this is certainly the most popular video game series that is accessible on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vista, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii U, and Nintendo 3DS.

Featuring the popular superheroes like Spider-Man Captain America and Iron Man who fight their group of villains with the help of incredible weapons, the video game is highly desirable.

For anybody above 10 years of age, the video game ranges in between $29.99 to $59.99

Need for Speed: Rivals

Racing games get better with speed, and Need for Speed: Rivals is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation3, Xbox One and Xbox 360.

From the challenging rivals to the chasing cops, this illegal racing doesn’t get better. Or maybe it does because one can compete online with random strangers.

For just $59.99, except for Windows PC for which the game is available for $49.99, the stunning game can be played by anyone who is above 10 years of age.

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag

This adventure and action packed series is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii U and Windows PC.

Player’s role play as the 18th century pirate with the name Edward Kenway. Earning a ship, sailing to the Caribbean, stealing things and building a pirate fleet are the main tasks of the game. Caught in a long battle between the Assassins and Templars, the game proceeds to send shivers down the spine.

Costing only $59.99 the game is only for players above 17 years of age.

Forza Motorsport 5

Available only for Xbox One, the racing game is capturing a lot of attention. Players can choose from a myriad of cars.

Ranging from a Mini Cooper to Lamborghini, the driving experience becomes immensely real while driving in an international track.

At only $59.99 this car game can be played by people of all ages.

Dead Rising 3

For all those ‘The Walking Dead’ viewers who simply can’t get enough of the show, this swank game is available only for Xbox One.

In spite of being the third version of the series, the freshness of the zombie game remains the same. Nick, the main lead, develops weapons to survive against the zombies.

Dead Rising 3 is only for players of above 17 years of age, and is available in the market for $59.99.

Grand Theft Auto V

GTA needs no introduction. Anyone and Everyone who loves gaming may have played this brilliant game at least once in their lifetime. Available for PlayStation3 and Xbox 360, the game costs only $59.99.

The trio of, Michael, Franklin and Trevor, this time plan a bigger and better burglary. It is definitely not for anybody younger than 17 years of age.

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An Open Source activist, who pursues his passion for tech blogging. In early years of his life, he worked as market analyst for a number of companies. Martin has been writing reviews and articles for a local magazine for last five years.