GamesRadar is no stranger to the list article. Hell, we've posted at least one every week for nearlytwo years. They're fun to write, easy to read and get the job done in a fraction of the time it'd take you to barf all that information out in non-list form.
But some topics demand a more in-depth touch, and the idea-nauts at GR are more than capable of delivering wordy, researched material for those with enough time to digest it. So, next time someone complains about Top 5 Best SNES Games With Super in the Title (your move, internet), send 'em here for a break from well-organized, easy-to-read mayhem.
Confessions of a game store clerk
Real employees tell their real stories - the good, the bad and the unbelievably horrific
The death of hardcore gaming?
Is hardcore gaming dead? We grill industry insiders to find out
Does Wii Fit work?
Real life yoga instructor weighs in on Nintendo's next big fad
Every console ever
Our guide to the grandfathers of gaming
Game babes: a history
Ogling through the ages, from Atari to PS3
Portal is the most subversive game ever
This modern masterpiece shakes the FPS genre to the very core
The Unfulfilled Promises of Virtual Reality
What the hell happened to our glistening electronic landcapes?
What does your Gamertag say about you?
Sexual deviant, attention whore or just plain sociopath? Discover what your Xbox Live names says about you
The Evolution of Ken & Ryu
Two of gaming's most iconic fighters dissected, game by game
The History of Music Games
20 years of rhythm-based rocking - from DDR to Guitar Hero
Looking back: The Legend of Zelda
Each and every game in this legendary series
The rise, fall and deafening crash of Sonic the Hedgehog
A teary-eyed examination of gaming's greatest casualty
10 Things Videogames Learned from D&D
Gary Gygax's influence will reverberate through the ages (who cares if there's a number in the title?)
Does Godfather II really need its movie license?
The film's name could actually detract from an otherwise respectable Don sim - here's why
The future according to videogames
Thousands of Earth's future years laid out before your very eyes
Is GTA as clever as it thinks it is?
From stereotypes to outright stupidity, we re-evaluate the series' claim to brilliance
Naked Gun intro done in GTA IV
Our videogame-based homage to the famous opening sequence
All things Pokemon captured in one location