The Sunday Screenshot Gallery; July 19

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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, at DDNet we run 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!

Many thanks to DDNet reader, Britta, for contributing a screenie this week!

Noire in full flight is fearsome to behold. – DDNet reader, Britta (Hyperdevotion Noire)

I’m going to start a petition to get Palutena her own game. Nintendo’s characters don’t get prettier. – Matt S. (Super Smash Bros..)

Going through my screenshot archive of Fossil Fighters I was reminded of just how much I hate this guy. We don’t speak like that in Australia, I promise! – Matt S. (Fossil Fighters Frontier)

Existentialist Nintendo is just plain weird. – Clark A. (Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush)

It amuses me that there are other choices on this roster. It is always Noel. Always. – Matt S. (BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend)

You know what? I’d actually rather not talk to someone that looks like that. Matt S. (Dark Souls 2)

Look, ma! I learned how to levitate a cricket ball! – Matt S. (Don Bradman Cricket)

… to be fair, they actually are. – Matt S. (Paper Mario)

See, with philosophical depth like that I can see people writing their PhD on Puzzle & Dragons. – Matt S. (Puzzle & Dragons Z)

Portal’s Zen Pinball table is still my favourite. So effortlessly cool. – Matt S. (Zen Pinball 2) 

Okay, you have to be a D & D nerd to know how cool this game is, but it is SO, SO cool. – Matt S. (Loot & Legends)

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