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The 5 Biggest Video Game Hits in the First Half of 2017

By Keith Noonan - Updated Jul 16, 2017 at 5:14PM

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The list of 2017's most successful video games includes four releases from this year and a nearly four-year-old game that just won't seem to slow down. 

There are still some huge video games set to release in the remainder of 2017, but, so far, the year's biggest software successes belong to Nintendo (NTDOY -0.32%)Sony (SONY -1.97%)Ubisoft (UBSFF -2.12%), and Take-Two Interactive (TTWO -2.39%) 

Click through the presentation below for a look at the biggest video game hits in the first half of 2017 and what these blockbuster titles mean for the companies behind them.

Link from "The Legend of Zelda" climbing a cliff.

Image source: Nintendo.

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