Love it or loathe it, the 7th Generation of gaming has certainly been a memorable one. When I look back 20 years from now, I think I will remember this, fondly, as the generation that finally got me into online multiplayer. Sure, I played my fair share of multiplayer games back in college -- Quake III: Arena, Unreal Tournament, Counter-Strike (back when it was just a mod), etc. -- but it wasn't until I got involved with Destructoid's Friday Night Fights Xbox 360 crew that I really got into it, and I haven't looked back since.
What about the rest of you? What will you remember most as you enter the 8th Generation and beyond? On-disc DLC or the rise of indie? Plastic instruments and waggling, or the generation that brought us some of the most complex and "hardcore" games in a decade?
Regardless of how you feel about it, we want to hear, see, and read your thoughts! In the month leading up to the latest console launches from Sony and Microsoft, we will be promoting the best blogs, art, and musical tributes, analyses, and critiques of the 7th Generation, so hit the jump for instructions on how to take part!
To participate, just start up a new community blog and call it "My 7th Gen: [Your Blog Title Here]". Then, fill it with your own words, art, photos, videos, music, or whatever original creation you want to serve as your final say on the 7th Generation of gaming. Click here for some general tips on crafting a promote-able community blog, and feel free to sound off in the comments with your ideas!
And have fun! I can't wait to see what you all come up with :)
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