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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.
Irreverant and unpredictable, Volition and Deep Silver have worked hard to let Saints Row stand apart in a crowded open-world field. Mike Futter thinks it belongs on Game Informer's Top 50 Games of the Year list.
love the idea of getting so close to someone that you could touch them,
and yet they have no idea that you're there. Some people would call me a
creeper, but I don't use my stealth skills for evil. I use them to save
the world while playing games like Splinter Cell: Blacklist.
Around this time each year, we begin to create our list of the top 50 best games of the year. This year, we decided
to let you in on a part of the process.
Monolith Productions discusses the influence of Washington's volcanic landscape on this new vision for Mordor.
With today's technology, console exclusive features rarely stay that way for long.
Both Microsoft and Sony made big promises about next-gen features, some haven't come to fruition yet.
With the development of this highly-anticipated sequel hopefully underway, our minds are brimming with ideas for what it could bring to the series.
As many times as I’ve destroyed the Hollywood sign or hid in windmills in Holland, there is one area and moment that stands out to me more than any.