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In a year of impressive games, which rose to the top of the heap? Read on to find out.
A few months ago we asked readers if they still enjoy traditional fantasy games. Most respondents are still in love with orcs and elves.
The Wii may not have been beloved by all gamers, but there were some
undeniably fantastic games that released for the system.
Move over HD collections. The "definitive edition" is taking over.
During my time with the franchise’s third installment, I’m finding it to be a silly and fun experience without many of the hassles of the first two.
It's incredibly cold outside, and only getting colder. Why not embrace the chill and talk about some of our favorite frigid games?
Many role-playing games have notoriously slow starts. I’m tired of ignoring the elephant in the room: A game shouldn’t take six or more hours to truly begin.
We recommend a few changes we'd like to see in the next iteration of 2K Sports' annual basketball series.
From sandy dunes to frozen wastelands, thatgamecompany makes seemingly dead landscapes teem with life and energy.
Neither the Xbox One or the PlayStation 4 is backwards compatible. While the feature would get use in the short term, would it make a long-term impact?
After a lengthy hiatus from military shooters, one GI editor returns to Call of Duty and Battlefield to see if anything has changed.