The lights are on
The multitude of choices and wide-open sense of exploration still feel fresh in my mind after all this time.
Ubisoft’s first entry in what would become its flagship franchise offered opportunities for exploration and traversal that few other games could match.
Pilotwings wasn’t the first flight simulator I’d played, but the SNES launch game was the first one I played that provided a real sense of freedom.
Hideo Kojima's Metal Gear on the NES expanded what was possible for action games, leaving a legacy.
It wasn’t just a game, it was an experience, and one of the most high
profile shared social experiences that set the wheels in motion to
create the modern MMORPG environment we see today.
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.