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Introducing the Week of Love

And that’s why next week is going to be GamesRadar’s “Week of Love,” a celebration of our love for video games.

What does that mean? Well, we’re glad you asked. While we’ll still be posting plentiful amounts of news, previews, and reviews, we’ll also be posting love-themed content every day of the week. Expect features on the characters we love, the games we love, and much, much more. We’ll also be updating some of our “Best Games of All Time” lists with our final, definitive stances on some of the systems we loved to play growing up, and even updating our Top 100 Games list so that you can see what 2012 releases made the cut.

And you’ll play a part, too. Check out our Facebook and Twitter pages for chances to have your comments and replies featured in an article later in the week, because we want to know what you love about gaming, too.

It’s a celebration of our love for games, and we hope you’ll come along. Plus, you’ll want to get all of that love out of your system for the Week of Hate. Because it’s coming back, baby – and it’s going to be as vile-filled as ever.

Here's how we've expressed our love so far...

The Top 7... Game characters we (seriously) fell in love with

Best NES Games of all time

Best Game Boy games of all time

Best Atari 2600 games of all time

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