Trevor | December 16
Ends up more video games came out in 2015. Surprising, I know! As the year comes to a close, here's a look back at the ten I enjoyed the most.
Trevor | November 24
Killer presentation, flawless Zero-G combat, and a randomized structure with witty characters creates the perfect roguish adventure.
Trevor | September 12
Let me tell you 'bout a studio makin their debut / Duckbridges' Luckslinger is shootin' true.
Trevor | March 29
Jewel Drop is out! Wait, wait. Sorry. I meant to say Mario Party 10 is out. Now let me tell you about Jewel Drop.
Trevor | February 23
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is a complicated game where flaws and strengths aren't mutually exclusive.
Trevor | February 15
Final Fantasy 13 is a living example of how “most expensive” does not equate to “best”.
Staff | January 29
After extensive analysis and debate, we name these the ten best games of 2014.
Trevor | January 19
The holiday haze has cleared, and I finally have time to turn my attention back to 2014.
Alan | January 19
I believe these to be the ten best games of the year two thousand and fourteen.
Alan | December 29
Mario Kart 8 combines familiar gameplay with a gorgeously realized audiovisual presentation to deliver hours and hours of pure flow state.
Alan | December 27
Destiny is a delightfully fun game. It's so fantastic that its flaws are magnified tenfold, defining the frustrating gap between what Destiny is and what Destiny could be.
Trevor | December 14
Game characters are made of carefully arranged 0’s and 1’s, but they can feel like so much more when assembled right.
Alan | November 25
The Castle Doctrine is a game that you can never win, but that's kind of the point. The tremendous satisfaction to be had along the way to losing makes it one of this year’s best games.
Trevor | November 23
Dynasty Warriors. Shadow of Mordor. Put ‘em together and... wait, don’t leave!