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BattleBlock Theater is a massive game of platforming, puzzling, cooperative, and competitive fun. Matt Miller makes his argument for the game's inclusion as one of 2013's top 50 games.
Payday 2 puts you in the role of a self-serving armed robber hell bent on one thing: Getting the biggest score you can without losing your life or those of your partners in crime.
I think that Lego City: Undercover is one of the funniest games ever made and deserves to be seen as one of the Top 50 games of 2013.
Despite a forgettable name, Gunpoint was one of the memorable, but easy to miss games of 2013.
If you want a Final Fantasy that falls in line with your fond memories of the series, A Realm Reborn delivers.
I don't think Dead Space 3 got the appreciation it deserved when it released earlier this year, so I make my case for why it should be on Game Informer's Top 50 Games of 2013.
Despite setting record-breaking sales for the series, Metro: Last Light has been largely overshadowed (no pun intended) by this holiday's slate of triple-A shooters. While it may no longer be at the forefront of gamers' minds, I think Metro: Last List has earned a spot on our Top 50 list.
Device 6 was unlike anything I played in 2013 – and in a good way. Here's why I think it belongs on our annual list.
SMT IV makes you ponder with its philosophies and battle strategies. That's more than enough reason to fight for its place on our Top 50 list.
I was blown away by this hidden gem of a puzzle game when I reviewed it in May, and I'll be banging the drum for its inclusion on our year-end list.
Both charming and fascinating, Ni no Kuni is a special game, the likes of which we don’t see enough of. Andrew Reiner thinks it deserves a spot on Game Informer's Top 50 Games of the Year list.
One of my favorite games of the year is a great example of the platformer done right: Sanzaru Games' Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time. I've always loved the series' colorful, cel-shaded graphics and lighthearted, gadget-heavy take on stealth.