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This year has proved to be a rather great year for video games. From new IPs to highly anticipated sequels, gamers of all kinds have been given plenty of great titles to play. While I haven't been able to play every game released this year, there have been a few that I just can't get enough of. For a title to be considered 'game of the year' material for me, it has to offer something special and keep me wanting to play it well past beating the final boss. Below are my games of the year in no set order. If you haven't had the chance to play these, I recommend you do so. Borderlands 2 What is there to say about Borderlands 2? If you loved the first one, then you will be pleased to know that the sequel is bigger and better. The humor is great and it offers so much more in the way of guns and gameplay. The four Vault Hunters are back but you don't get to use them. Instead, they're given important roles in the story and you get control over one of five new characters with their won unique classes. With the new DLCs being released and possible new characters to use, Borderlands 2 has been soaking up a lot of my gaming time. Guild Wars 2 I have to admit that outside of a couple of F2P MMOs, I haven't really given the MMO genre a shot. Guild Wars 2 just seemed to dazzle me with the different world events and being able to play with others no matter your level. While I did enjoy Diablo III when it came out, I lost interest in it once I completed the first playthrough. With Guild Wars 2, I can see myself putting in tons of hours just to uncover each nook and cranny in the vast worlds. Not to mention, the holiday events so far have been wonderfully handled with very few issues. Adventure TIme: Hey Ice King! Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?! This handheld title might not see a spot any other GOTY lists, but it makes its way on mine for two simple facts: the game's premise fits the Adventure Time style perfectly, and gamers of all ages will enjoy it. Its Zelda II-like gameplay is sure to please old school gamers. This is a game that appeals to not only fans of the show but gamers who enjoy the gameplay on their handheld systems. It's not too lengthy of a game but it's not one that can be finished within an hour either.