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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.
The game plays to its strengths and brings the series back to where it belongs.
Our editors throw down the gauntlet in the name of proving which games deserve a spot on our end-of-the-year list.
They’re becoming a lost art, so we thought we’d take a look back at a few of the best game booklets.
This beautiful board game puts players in a heated competition to find out who is the best at…relaxing?
This stealth title is so low-profile it sneaked under our radar when it released over a month ago. Now we're finally investigating...
restricts how you can develop your player, and that’s frustrating.
To get a better understanding of Just Cause 3's new world, we
spoke with art director Zach Schlappi who walked us through the game's