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Not every game has (or needs) a sequel. Here are five one-and-done gems.
When I look back on the last generation of gaming I feel like we've experienced a high point for the medium.
The lineup of titles on the PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii
provided some of my favorite gaming experiences to date.
I've consulted the greatest living minds and meditated on the topic for years, so here's the infallible one true list of the greatest games from the last generation.
In the interest of starting my list with an original introduction, I'm going to say that picking just five games out of an entire generation of awesome titles was super easy. I definitely didn't obsessively stare at my list of candidates and argue with myself like a crazy person for hours on end. Here are my perfect and infallible picks.
As the PC editor, picking my top 5 games of last generation goes a bit
outside the console realm, allowing inclusion of PC titles released in
the window of the lifetime of those systems.
While plenty of larger games captured my attention, the indie scene is what helped define my most recent years of gaming.
With so many great games vying for inclusion, I settled on picking the games I spent the most time with during the generation.
It really was a great time to be a gamer, and I'm very grateful that I
was able to be a part of it. Here are my top five games of the last
It's not easy to narrow an entire generation of games down to five titles, but here are Jeff Cork's selections.
The seventh generation of video game consoles was an era that rivaled the golden age of the late ‘90s. Here are the ones that affected me the most.
I could try to explain whether I like Mass Effect 2 more or less than Uncharted 2, but I’m going to focus on something a little more personal instead.