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Earth Defense Force 2025 is pure arcade-style action with a B-movie twist, but that shouldn't exclude it from our Top 50 Games of 2014 list.
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is straight-up demented, but that’s what makes it so damn intriguing.
Mobile games rarely have what it takes to crack our Top 50 list, but I think Monument Valley stands out as a shining exception.
Having not played Assassin’s Creed Black Flag, there was a lot
for me to love in this game.
Kirby's latest is one of the best entries in the franchise – but does it deserve a spot on our top 50 games of 2014 list?
Picking a game to champion for our Top 50 Challenge was easy; I knew it had to be Sumo Digital's charming platformer LittleBigPlanet 3.
Alien: Isolation has its ups and downs, but I firmly believe it should be snugly burrowed into our list, like a gestating chestburster in his host.
Thanks to Steam, 4X games are experiencing a sort of renaissance. Since
it’s easy to spend a ridiculous amount of time on strategy titles,
picking and playing the right one can be a daunting task.
It feels damn good to rob from the rich in Eidos-Montreal's Thief. It deserves a spot on Game Informer's Top 50 list.
The creators of Dance Central and Rock Band released their most unusual game to date this year, and it deserves more than being a footnote to Microsoft’s lackluster Kinect peripheral.
Wolfenstein: The New Order is far more than it appears at a casual glance, and Mike Futter thinks it belongs on our Top 50 list.
Trap Team is a huge, highly polished adventure that’s earned its spot on our top 50. Now I just need another supporter in my corner.