The Best Online Gaming Destinations for 2013

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Video games are a major hit in the entertainment industry, topping the charts above movies and music. The best online gaming destinations for 2013 are sure to fulfill all of your entertainment needs this year, and in the years to come.

Games.com is a popular online gaming destination because of its obvious website name; it is easy to find for most casual video game players. If you are looking to find word games, puzzle games, card games, or if you are looking to try online slots, Games.com is your one-stop destination. Games.com has many sub-categories, some of which are cars games, puzzle games, word games, board games, action games, family games, casino games, and more. Whatever type of casual game you are into, Games.com has it there for free.

SOE, or Sony Online Entertainment is a popular gaming destination for more serious gamers. SOE has plenty of games that are available for free instant download. SOE has many popular MMORPG games for free download, which makes it a great gaming destination for those who like to be social when they are in the virtual world of video games. SOE users have to sign up for an account, but it is free to join, and the only thing you will ever pay for, is additional games if you want more than the free to play games.

Steam is one of the most popular gaming destinations for ultimate PC gamers. Steam has a great selection of free to play games, it has the cheapest full games, and Steam players like to stay very connected with one another. When you sign up for Steam, you download a free program onto your computer that consists of a library for your computer games, and a chat list so your steam friends are always close at hand. The program even lets you know from your notifications bar when your friends are playing certain games so you can join in on the fun. The Steam store always has all the hot game titles the same day that they are released in stores, and the Steam Store is always having sales and specials.

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