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PS3 Attitude’s PlayTime for November

Submitted by on Tuesday, 7 December 201018 Comments

Another month is in the books and in case you missed our November recap, it was a big one.  We saw the launch of a couple of goliath games, such as Gran Turismo 5, Call of Duty: Black Ops and Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood.  So which of those did we play the most?

Predictably so, Gran Turismo 5 raced to the top spot of the PlayTime charts.  Not to say that GT5 is hands down the best game of the month but with so many of us being fans of the series, the writing was on the wall before the month even started.  It’s especially impressive when you consider it launched so late in the month compared to a game like Assassin’s Creed.  If you still haven’t done so, you can check out our review for GT5 here: Part 1Part 2.

Coming in second place was Rock Band 3.  It’s a little bit of a surprise to see it hit such a high mark since there’s only a couple of us that play it, but that certainly doesn’t mean it’s not a fantastic title.  Actually, if you take a stroll around the web, most are saying it’s the best music/rhythm game to hit the market yet.

Rounding out the top 3 is Call of Duty: Black Ops.  Not a real shocker here.  Statistically speaking we’re guaranteed to have at least 3 or 4 fans of the franchise just because we have 10 members on our staff right now.  Although not all of us agreed on its level of quality, it certainly didn’t stop us putting a fair amount of time in to it.  You can check out our review for it, here.

Below you can check out the complete list of games we played in November.  If you’re interested in knowing what we all played individually, you can see each member’s chart at the bottom of the post.  Be sure to let us know in the comments what you played in November, as well as what you enjoyed the most.