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Extravagant video game replicas

It's said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. So while we might rant and rave about our love for Halo or BioShock to anyone who'll listen, we aren't communicating our adoration as eloquently as we might.

The makers, builders and tinkerers who've constructed the following gaming replicas are far more skilled at expressing their love of games than us. From the one off specials to the readily available, these are some of the most extravagant gaming replicas we've ever seen - including an astonishing build from Bungie's new title, Destiny

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