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No action game has given me more of a sense of freedom than Volition's technical marvel, Red Faction: Guerrilla, making it an easy pick for my July 4th selection.
While some gamers will extol the virtues of titles like Morrowind or Skyrim, to me the Elder Scrolls game that remains the most memorable was Oblivion.
As part of of our day-long examination of the concept of freedom in video games, I wrote this essay about Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Redemption.
Join us as we count down the best games released during the Nintendo Wii's seven-year lifespan.
Origin System was one of the first developers to showcase the allure of an open world.
From Kalimdor to the Eastern Kingdoms, no game has made me feel as liberated as the expansive World of Warcraft.
The Game Informer staff dedicates July 4th to reflecting on video games that offer an exciting sense of freedom.
We spoke to BioWare's Manveer Heir about his opinions on diversity in games and how he would advocate for change in the industry.
These mobile offshoots give hardcore fans another way to participate in the game worlds they love.
Yasue discusses how Kingdom Hearts III is coming along and what new features to expect in 2.5 Remix.
We send off the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii in style with a month's worth of features.
In this feature, we take a look at what the two juggernauts of the card game space have to offer new players.