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    2017 was a fun, if turbulent, year in gaming.
    Nintendo's tablet-like Switch exploded onto the scene and continues to defy expectations. Dozens upon dozens of great games hit the shelves. Microsoft launched its own line of VR headsets with its OEM partners, complete with SteamVR integration. And of course, Microsoft launched its 4K beast, the Xbox One X.
    As usual, though, it hasn't all been fun and roundabouts.
    As 2017 draws to a close, it's time to look back on the year's biggest misses. The most disappointing games, most disappointing companies, and the most disappointing happenings.

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    12-05-2017 08:10 AM

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