The Sunday screenshot gallery; June 20

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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!

Special thanks to DDNet readers Kenny and Britta for contributing screenies this week!

Saboten is “cactus” in Japanese. Now you know why Final Fantasy’s Cactuars are called “Sabotenders” in their native language. – Harvard L. (Influent)

Skeletons are the coolest enemies in JRPGs. Every JRPG should have skeleton enemies. – Matt S. (Final Fantasy XIV)

Quite possibly the most horrific thing you’ll ever see in Akihabara.Reader, Kenny (Akiba’s Trip)

Awww, look at Monokuma’s little slaves, working so hard. – Reader, Kenny (Danganronpa)

Just like you read Playboy for the articles, you play HuniePop for the deep, intense, gameplay. – Jim S. (HuniePop)

Yeah, this is the most original, interesting ending screen we’ve ever seen. – Jim S. (Dead Effect)

The glow of the crystals is an awesome place to work on a tan. Matt S. (Final Fantasy XIV)

New costume day in Dead or Alive 5 is always a good day.Matt S. (Dead or Alive 5: Last Round)

As you will soon see, logic doesn’t have much of a role in this particular little universe. – Reader, Britta (Skulls of the Shogun)

This is what happens most Friday nights to poor old PY. He likes his sake, see πŸ˜‰ Pierre-Yves L. (Samurai Warriors 4)

And immediately we want to kill this thing. No one likes a button masher. Pierre-Yves L (Dust: An Elysian Trail)

It’s so dark and my team is so incompetent that they’re going to kill each other. Watch.  – Reader, Kenny (Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy)

Now why don’t enemies do that all the time? It would make life much easier! Reader, Britta (Tales of Hearts R)

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