The Sunday screenshot gallery; June 13

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Sharing screenshots is fun. In fact, the screenshot feature is in many ways the best feature that has been added in to this generation of consoles. It’s fun to share gameplay experiences, amusing anecdotes from the games, a indulge a little of the inner photographer in us.

With that in mind, we’ve decided to start doing a screenshot gallery each week, where we pull ten of our favourite shots from games we’ve played. This is something we’d love for everyone in the community to participate in! If you’ve got favourite screenshots of your own, simply shoot them over to, and we’ll get them up in the gallery the next week!

A special thanks to Britta for sending in a reader screenie this week!

Without further ado, here’s this week’s gallery!

Going bald, got a gold watch, and still five years to retirement! Reader, Britta S. (Road Not Taken)

Seriously, you have no idea how often we would like for these to be the only two choices in real life too. Pierre-Yves L. (Saint’s Row IV)

Nepgear badly needs to get away from the creeper on the left. Matt S. (Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 3)

The moment you nail a perfect on Extreme difficulty.Matt S. (Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f 2nd)

When stuff runs into Uni in a bad mood, stuff tends to die. Matt S. (Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed)

This game is remarkably accurate to politics in the real world…Pierre-Yves L. (Citizens of Earth)

This is pretty accurate to how games journalists look after E3 concludes. Brad L. (Telltale Games’ Game of Thrones)

Frankly, this is a far more believable character than the “real deal”. Matt S. (Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 3)

Woah, dude. That’s deep.Matt S. (Steins;Gate)

This is what happens when Thor tries to learn how to drive.Hamza A. (Blur)

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