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11:40 AM on 12.30.2012

As they say, a picture can tell a thousand words, and each of these pictures tells one of the major gaming stories of 2012.

Picture of Target store shelves at 10 p.m. on WiiU launch day.

Bioware changes game ending after fan outrage.

DayZ proves that we are all terrible, terrible people.

A broken Curt Schilling leaving the courtroom after 38 Studios hearing.

Double Fine proves devoted gamers will put their money where their mouth is.

Resident Evil 6 tries to please everyone; pleases no-one.

Zynga's high tower came crashing down.

Letter from jailed Arma 3 developers.

Sony nails their premium online service.

The Walking Dead proves that games can make people cry.

Despite its best efforts, THQ continues its downward spiral.

If you think I missed something, or feel differently, share your pictures of the year in the comments.
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