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Part of the thrill of gaming is being able to step into imaginative worlds that let us make our own marks in them. We take a look at the best ones from this past generation.
Either because we hate ourselves or love fans of our Cyberia Super Replay, we're playing its god awful PC-only sequel.
Take a video tour of Forza Motorsport 5 for Xbox One at the Sebring track and in Forzavista.
Replay's first look at a PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 game is a stinky visit to Ben Hanson's dreamworld.
Papers, Please has reinforced my hunch that I'd make a lousy border guard and that it deserves a spot on our list.
The Behemoth's quirky platformer controls well and offers plenty of challenge, but is it one of the top 50 games of the year?
Mike Futter was challenged to play Payday 2. Bank robbers wear masks. This game should wear a bag over its head.
I was happily surprised by this Wii U exclusive. Even with a few small problems, it feels like a breath of fresh air for the long-running line of Lego games.
This indie publisher catches the eye and works out the brain.
Here's what it's like for a Final Fantasy fan to step into the online world and experience the early areas of A Realm Reborn.
When it came time for Tim to challenge another co-worker to play Dead Space 3, I knew I was destined to be his guinea pig. Like it or not, it was time to step back into Isaac's space boots.
I accepted Jeff Marchiafava's challenge to play Metro: Last Light, a game he decided to champion for our year-end Top 50 list. I went in blind. Though I'd heard good things about it, I'd never played Last Light or its predecessor Metro 2033.