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Video editor Wade Wojcik takes a trip to an alternate World War II conflict.
Skylanders: Trap Team helps prove that young gamers don’t need to settle for bad games.
Executive editor Andrew Reiner faces off with Assassin's Creed Unity. Will he say "oui"?
The Banner Saga is a small indie project, but it does big things, and it
definitely deserves a spot on any gamer's end of the year list.
This War of Mine is a grisly survival simulation that has players struggle to give their characters any reason to live in a war-torn hellscape. Find out why I think it's a whole lot of fun!
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.