The year is drawing to an end, and on today's episode, we count down 2011's biggest pieces of video game news. For better or worse, these ten stories defined the gaming industry this year.
From the hacking of the Playstation network to the unveiling of the Nintendo Wii-U, Minecraft's runaway success to Duke Nukem Forever's abysmal failure, there's no denying that 2011 has been an exciting year in the video game world. Today, we count down (in no particular order) what pieces of gaming news defined this industry, and made the biggest impact on us this year.
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