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The moment has arrived! Which release takes home GamesRadar's coveted Game of the Year for 2012? It may surprise you...
Getting your game recalled is the absolute last thing you want to do as a publisher. But it's been known to happen--and the reasons why are often quite scandalous. Find out which games got recalled and what atrocities they committed to make it happen...
October delivered some huge titles. You're probably digesting at least one or two right now. Here are two of the best, among many fantastic standouts...
Ever find yourself in a no-win situation? Try as you might, sometimes life will just toss a dilemma at you from which there's little to no chance of a positive outcome. And if you're playing a video game at the time? Forget about it! Here's your spoiler warning for 8 games that refuse to offer any easy solutions, now with the addition of the fan favorite Community Choice...
With XCOM: Enemy Unknown, we've seen what's possible when an aging-but-beloved franchise gets spruced up with AAA production values. But surely there are other old franchises that deserve this kind of treatment! These are the seven we'd like to see most, plus the winner of the community choice...
Deadpool and Wolverine get to star in M-rated, bloody video games, but so many great comics have been denied the spotlight. We know of at least 11 comic series that deserve a chance to please grown-up gamers. Read on...
Perhaps you saw the ugly, cluttered, Batman: Arkham City Game of the Year edition boxes? Well, we wondered what similar special editions would look like if they received the same treatment. So here is our Anti Game of the Year cover art for some less-than stellar releases, plastered in very real quotes...
It's funny how the games business works. Big successes become popular franchises, we keep buying 'em because they keep getting better, and developers keep churning 'em out. Later, we'll complain about Call of Duty being the same stupid thing, buy it, verify our complaint, and keep the cycle strong. What about the stuff that doesn't review well, though, or doesn't sell, or doesn't quite live up to the hype? Those games are usually left for dead, and an original IP hoping to make its big break becomes a one-shot failure.
Aren't these the games we should see sequels to? Disappointing games are the ones that need the most improving, and are the games that'd benefit the most from a second chance. Remember, Assassin's Creed eventually became Assassin's Creed II. We'd love to see some of this generation's biggest bummers – even if they had a lot going for them – take off bigger than they have...
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