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Giant Bomb's 2011 Game of the Year Awards: Day Four

Are you a bad enough dude to rescue our awards for Best Story, Best Remake, and Most Disappointing Game?

The end of the week nears, but our dubstep-fueled awards train keeps a rollin', with mores results from our Game of the Year discussion. To see how we arrived at this set of games, make sure to listen to today's companion podcast.

Best Download-Only Game

Bastion

The rise of the downloadable game may be this generation's crowning achievement, especially in light of a bummer world economy that's forced everyone to stretch every dollar. Just because the downloadable games are cheaper, however, doesn't mean they're any less worthy or our time or admiration. The downloadable market has allowed smaller, focused and more experimental games to thrive, games that would be destined for niche, cult status if they were forced to appear on a shelf with so-called AAA games.

Bastion is a game most of us would have happily paid much more for. The game represents just how much the industry has expanded to include so many more kinds of games through new distribution, and humbles us with the risk some take to bring us something different. Bastion raised eyebrows with its unique take on narration, a hook that would have earned the game accolades all on its own, but it's that Bastion is sublime in every other way that places Bastion above other terrific highlights from 2011.

Runners-Up: Renegade Ops, Iron Brigade

Best Co-Op

Gears of War 3

In the eternal quest for the video game "total package," Gears of War 3 might be the totalest of all packages. There's just so much crammed onto that disc, it feels like Gears 3 really covers all the bases. It's got far and away the best campaign in the series to date, offering explosive highs, quiet character moments, and genuine closure for the trilogy's storyline. It's got a competitive multiplayer mode that will keep you busy for months or years as you try to complete its dozens of unique challenges, provided you can hang with the franchise's ultra-hardcore fanbase. And perhaps most importantly for those overwhelmed by the skill of Gears diehards in deathmatch, the game's cooperative gameplay modes and options have been expanded to such a degree that they touch just about every aspect of the game.

Gears had already come close to perfecting the format of the campaign co-op thing in its first two installments. The only thing left to do was expand the story-mode co-op to four players, and Gears 3 does that. But more than that, its campaign actually feels built with four active players in mind, offering levels built widely enough that you have the room to flank enemies and take alternate paths to reach your objectives. Outside the story, the Beast mode is an interesting (if fleeting) way to turn the tables with your friends and play as the Locust hordes. But it's the Horde mode, with its wealth of new defensive mechanics and its immensely demanding boss encounters, that offers one of the most cohesive team-based exercises we've played in years. At the upper difficulty levels, Gears 3 Horde mode requires team coordination and strategic thinking like few other shooters, and when everyone is on point, it can provide some of the most memorable moments of any game this year. Gears popularized the wave-based survival thing with its original Horde mode in the first place, so it's extra great to see Gears 3 come along and basically redefine that game type with its latest iteration.

Runners-Up: Dead Island, Trenched Iron Brigade

Best Story

Portal 2

The original Portal is often acclaimed for being one of the funniest, smartest-written games of the last decade, and that's not an incorrect compliment to give. That said, there was an air of surprise to Portal's campaign that perhaps helped prop it up in the minds of its players. The game was an unknown quantity in its earliest days of existence, a cool-looking puzzle game crammed in with bigger, more immediately noteworthy games in Valve's The Orange Box collection. Then everyone played it, and suddenly it morphed from a neat little bonus into the darling of the whole package.

Portal 2 didn't get that benefit of shock. Everyone had expectations all of the sudden. Could the writers at Valve some how up the ante on one of the most unexpectedly entertaining games of the last several years?

Credit to writers Erik Wolpaw, Chet Faliszek, and Jay Pinkerton for not only achieving greater success (heh) this time around, but making that success seem so damned effortless. In picking up many, many years in the future, with series heroine Chell once again trapped in a new, decidedly more ramshackle Aperture Science labyrinth, the writers behind the game were given carte blanche to explore the many facets of Aperture's utterly baffling infrastructure, not to mention its very origins.

The introduction of new A.I. helper/antagonist Wheatley (voiced by Stephen Merchant) and the voice of former Aperture head honcho Cave Johnson (perfectly captured by J.K. Simmons) lend a great deal of comedic oomph to the proceedings. These two characters are your primary guides through the various trials and traps laid throughout the game's eight-hour campaign, and each are such perfect sounding boards for the insanity around you that scarcely a minute goes by without at least a minor chortle. And yes, Ellen McLain is back once again as the passive/aggressively murderous GLaDOS, though many of her best moments come during the game's wonderful co-op mode, which is fantastically written in its own right. No matter how you played Portal 2, the writing and quality of storytelling always shone through, making it the easy choice for this year's Best Story award.

Runners-Up: Mortal Kombat, Bastion

Most Disappointing Game

Dragon Age II

Disappointment can blossom from a number of different sources--your own personal expectations based on the previous entry in a series, or the developer's previous output, promises made during the game's pre-release PR cycle--and no game disappointed quite as thoroughly on all fronts in 2011 as Dragon Age II.

Primarily, though, let's consider the legacy of Dragon Age: Origins, a massive, ambitious role-playing game whose very existence was predicated on creating a classic fantasy RPG experience in the BioWare mold, which ultimately meant incredible levels of player agency at every turn. It was designed as a love letter to stalwart BioWare fans, and as a rebuke to the notion that more crowd-pleasing business like Mass Effect had made the developer soft.

Dragon Age II undoes all of that hard work with an overwhelming sense of half-assed-ness. Even without the BioWare name, or even the relatively freshly minted Dragon Age name to live up to, Dragon Age II is an RPG that feels half-finished, its attempts at scope undermined by pervasive sense of a crushing development deadline. Where they could cut corners, they did. It's hard not to be disappointed when a series goes from so high to so low in just one iteration.

Runners-Up: Need for Speed: The Run, Red Faction: Armageddon

Best Remake or HD Update

Ico and Shadow of the Colossus: The Collection

The recent tendency among publishers to update the last decade's more memorable games in high definition and then rerelease them on current consoles could be viewed in a more negative light, if publishers were handling the ports less respectfully and charging more for them--if, in other words, those companies were churning out quick-and-dirty cash-ins for a fast buck. But it's easy to feel good about dropping some more cash on a few of the same games you've already played when they're as lovingly restored as this year's rereleases of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Halo, just to name a couple.

Even in that respectable company, Ico & Shadow of the Colossus: The Collection is especially noteworthy if for no other reason than you're getting not one but two of the most hallowed PlayStation 2 exclusives in one $40 package. So it's a great value proposition right off the bat. But the quality of the two ports is also top-notch, since you're getting both games looking nice in 720p and with bonus 3D support. Most importantly, Shadow of the Colossus now runs at a smooth frame rate, which is especially significant when you remember what a notoriously poor performer the original game was. Throw in multiple video features including interviews with Fumito Ueda and a peek at The Last Guardian, a smattering of concept art and test footage, and even a couple of dynamic XMB themes for your PS3, and this collection is practically a new blueprint for the right way to deliver old games in new packaging.

Runners-Up: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary

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The end of the week nears, but our dubstep-fueled awards train keeps a rollin', with mores results from our Game of the Year discussion. To see how we arrived at this set of games, make sure to listen to today's companion podcast.

Best Download-Only Game

Bastion

The rise of the downloadable game may be this generation's crowning achievement, especially in light of a bummer world economy that's forced everyone to stretch every dollar. Just because the downloadable games are cheaper, however, doesn't mean they're any less worthy or our time or admiration. The downloadable market has allowed smaller, focused and more experimental games to thrive, games that would be destined for niche, cult status if they were forced to appear on a shelf with so-called AAA games.

Bastion is a game most of us would have happily paid much more for. The game represents just how much the industry has expanded to include so many more kinds of games through new distribution, and humbles us with the risk some take to bring us something different. Bastion raised eyebrows with its unique take on narration, a hook that would have earned the game accolades all on its own, but it's that Bastion is sublime in every other way that places Bastion above other terrific highlights from 2011.

Runners-Up: Renegade Ops, Iron Brigade

Best Co-Op

Gears of War 3

In the eternal quest for the video game "total package," Gears of War 3 might be the totalest of all packages. There's just so much crammed onto that disc, it feels like Gears 3 really covers all the bases. It's got far and away the best campaign in the series to date, offering explosive highs, quiet character moments, and genuine closure for the trilogy's storyline. It's got a competitive multiplayer mode that will keep you busy for months or years as you try to complete its dozens of unique challenges, provided you can hang with the franchise's ultra-hardcore fanbase. And perhaps most importantly for those overwhelmed by the skill of Gears diehards in deathmatch, the game's cooperative gameplay modes and options have been expanded to such a degree that they touch just about every aspect of the game.

Gears had already come close to perfecting the format of the campaign co-op thing in its first two installments. The only thing left to do was expand the story-mode co-op to four players, and Gears 3 does that. But more than that, its campaign actually feels built with four active players in mind, offering levels built widely enough that you have the room to flank enemies and take alternate paths to reach your objectives. Outside the story, the Beast mode is an interesting (if fleeting) way to turn the tables with your friends and play as the Locust hordes. But it's the Horde mode, with its wealth of new defensive mechanics and its immensely demanding boss encounters, that offers one of the most cohesive team-based exercises we've played in years. At the upper difficulty levels, Gears 3 Horde mode requires team coordination and strategic thinking like few other shooters, and when everyone is on point, it can provide some of the most memorable moments of any game this year. Gears popularized the wave-based survival thing with its original Horde mode in the first place, so it's extra great to see Gears 3 come along and basically redefine that game type with its latest iteration.

Runners-Up: Dead Island, Trenched Iron Brigade

Best Story

Portal 2

The original Portal is often acclaimed for being one of the funniest, smartest-written games of the last decade, and that's not an incorrect compliment to give. That said, there was an air of surprise to Portal's campaign that perhaps helped prop it up in the minds of its players. The game was an unknown quantity in its earliest days of existence, a cool-looking puzzle game crammed in with bigger, more immediately noteworthy games in Valve's The Orange Box collection. Then everyone played it, and suddenly it morphed from a neat little bonus into the darling of the whole package.

Portal 2 didn't get that benefit of shock. Everyone had expectations all of the sudden. Could the writers at Valve some how up the ante on one of the most unexpectedly entertaining games of the last several years?

Credit to writers Erik Wolpaw, Chet Faliszek, and Jay Pinkerton for not only achieving greater success (heh) this time around, but making that success seem so damned effortless. In picking up many, many years in the future, with series heroine Chell once again trapped in a new, decidedly more ramshackle Aperture Science labyrinth, the writers behind the game were given carte blanche to explore the many facets of Aperture's utterly baffling infrastructure, not to mention its very origins.

The introduction of new A.I. helper/antagonist Wheatley (voiced by Stephen Merchant) and the voice of former Aperture head honcho Cave Johnson (perfectly captured by J.K. Simmons) lend a great deal of comedic oomph to the proceedings. These two characters are your primary guides through the various trials and traps laid throughout the game's eight-hour campaign, and each are such perfect sounding boards for the insanity around you that scarcely a minute goes by without at least a minor chortle. And yes, Ellen McLain is back once again as the passive/aggressively murderous GLaDOS, though many of her best moments come during the game's wonderful co-op mode, which is fantastically written in its own right. No matter how you played Portal 2, the writing and quality of storytelling always shone through, making it the easy choice for this year's Best Story award.

Runners-Up: Mortal Kombat, Bastion

Most Disappointing Game

Dragon Age II

Disappointment can blossom from a number of different sources--your own personal expectations based on the previous entry in a series, or the developer's previous output, promises made during the game's pre-release PR cycle--and no game disappointed quite as thoroughly on all fronts in 2011 as Dragon Age II.

Primarily, though, let's consider the legacy of Dragon Age: Origins, a massive, ambitious role-playing game whose very existence was predicated on creating a classic fantasy RPG experience in the BioWare mold, which ultimately meant incredible levels of player agency at every turn. It was designed as a love letter to stalwart BioWare fans, and as a rebuke to the notion that more crowd-pleasing business like Mass Effect had made the developer soft.

Dragon Age II undoes all of that hard work with an overwhelming sense of half-assed-ness. Even without the BioWare name, or even the relatively freshly minted Dragon Age name to live up to, Dragon Age II is an RPG that feels half-finished, its attempts at scope undermined by pervasive sense of a crushing development deadline. Where they could cut corners, they did. It's hard not to be disappointed when a series goes from so high to so low in just one iteration.

Runners-Up: Need for Speed: The Run, Red Faction: Armageddon

Best Remake or HD Update

Ico and Shadow of the Colossus: The Collection

The recent tendency among publishers to update the last decade's more memorable games in high definition and then rerelease them on current consoles could be viewed in a more negative light, if publishers were handling the ports less respectfully and charging more for them--if, in other words, those companies were churning out quick-and-dirty cash-ins for a fast buck. But it's easy to feel good about dropping some more cash on a few of the same games you've already played when they're as lovingly restored as this year's rereleases of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Halo, just to name a couple.

Even in that respectable company, Ico & Shadow of the Colossus: The Collection is especially noteworthy if for no other reason than you're getting not one but two of the most hallowed PlayStation 2 exclusives in one $40 package. So it's a great value proposition right off the bat. But the quality of the two ports is also top-notch, since you're getting both games looking nice in 720p and with bonus 3D support. Most importantly, Shadow of the Colossus now runs at a smooth frame rate, which is especially significant when you remember what a notoriously poor performer the original game was. Throw in multiple video features including interviews with Fumito Ueda and a peek at The Last Guardian, a smattering of concept art and test footage, and even a couple of dynamic XMB themes for your PS3, and this collection is practically a new blueprint for the right way to deliver old games in new packaging.

Runners-Up: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary

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Posted by rufo

Interesting runners-up for best story.

Edited by Jellybones

Ouch, Dragon Age 2. :(

I won't say it wasn't disappointing, but it was still a very good game.

Posted by BertieWooster

No L.A. Noire for story? Even as a runner up? I disagree.

Posted by Animasta

mortal kombat a nominee for best story? it was alright, but I can think of like 6-7 other games that had a better story.

Posted by obscurefan

Really? No Duke Nuke'em for most disappointing?

Posted by KarlPilkington

@obscurefan said:

Really? No Duke Nuke'em for most disappointing?

Don't you have to expect it to be good first?

Posted by Sooty

MK best story? WHAT!

Posted by Arkanti

@obscurefan:

No one expected it to be good, only for it to be released.

Posted by InsidiousTuna

@obscurefan: I don't think too many people had high expectations for Duke to be good.

Posted by TripMasterMunky

@Animasta said:

mortal kombat a nominee for best story? it was alright, but I can think of like 6-7 other games that had a better story.

Even though MK has a pretty stupid story, the way it tells it's story is better than any other fighting game released in the past. Future fighting games should look at MK to see how to more efficiently tell a story within the genre.

Posted by Korolev

Dragon Age II makes sense for most disappointing game. If you liked Dragon Age Origins, you'd expect the sequel to at least live up to it. It doesn't. Smaller world, fewer quests, less customization, easier combat (at least on Normal. DAO kicked my ass on Normal. DAII was mostly a breeze on Normal) and less likable characters.

Don't get me wrong, it was still a good game. I had fun playing it. It's just disappointing because it's smaller and simpler in almost every single way. Imagine your favourite game: then imagine a sequel to it having about half of everything taken out of it. You might still like the new game... but it's hard not to feel disappointed.

I am very surprised to see Mortal Kombat a runner-up for Best Story. While MK's story mode is leaps and bounds better than many other fighting games, being a good fighting game story does not mean it is a good story. It's actually terrible when you compare it to other stories in other games. Come on, Outworld? Really? L.A Noire, for all the problems that story has, is much better than MK's story.

But you know what? I'm happy with the vast majority of their choices. Even if I wasn't, it isn't my place to tell them what to pick. Better they pick something they feel right, then succumb to the pressure of "pleasing the fans".

Posted by dr_mantas

True, Dragon Age II was disappointing. It will still be in my top 10, because it was a great game.

Just like KOTOR II, just because it doesn't live up to the original, doesn't mean you have to hate it.

Edited by zameer

Good god I thought they couldn't top Jeff's performance..

Posted by BBQBram

@BertieWooster said:

No L.A. Noire for story? Even as a runner up? I disagree.

Indeed.

Posted by Depth

Dragon age 2 deserves all the hate it gets, that game is so goddamned bad.

Posted by steelknight2000

LA Noire and Dead Space 2 don't seem to be getting the recognition they deserve.

Posted by Mystyr_E

I would've picked Brink for most disappointing. Even in all its flaws, I found DA2 entertaining in spots and even started replaying earlier this month. Brink on the other hand I really thought would be better with its single player/multiplayer mix, class based combat (which I always loved) and cool setting. Even when there wasn't any lag, game was just shit.

Posted by Ghostiet
@BBQBram said:

@BertieWooster said:

No L.A. Noire for story? Even as a runner up? I disagree.

Indeed.

And I don't. The story proper only kicks in near Arson and the twist that puts you into Arson is laughable. A nomination for Mortal Kombat and leaving out Deus Ex is however kind of baffling.
Posted by JerseyDriver

Glad to see that MK got some "Best Story" love.
What MK did for story is just as impressive as what Bastion did. It changed the perception of what a story (in a fighting game) could be.

For those who have actually played it, it's the first time a fighting game had a story you (quite literally) could NOT put down.

Posted by Crushed

Dragon Age II is such a terrible game. No, it's not "good, but not great, just disappointing," it's out-and-out bad.

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Posted by aclosetnerd

Hmmm, Portal 2 not even nominated for Best Co-op?

Posted by nohthink

Okay, picking Mortal Kombat as a runner is too difficult for me to understand. L.A. Noire should be up there.

Posted by Owlright

@Ghostiet said:

@BBQBram said:

@BertieWooster said:

No L.A. Noire for story? Even as a runner up? I disagree.

Indeed.

And I don't. The story proper only kicks in near Arson and the twist that puts you into Arson is laughable.

Agreed. While the individual cases are intriguing and super well done, the overarching story was less than impressive.

Posted by TheYear20XX

I liked Dragon Age 2, but I definitely agree with giving it most disappointing. I hope Bioware takes a long hard look at that game's faults and improves upon them for the inevitable DA3.

Posted by alcor741

Guys? No Deus Ex for story? :-(

Posted by AlmostSwedish

A pity the main staff havn't played to the moon. It's certainly miles more interesting than MK in terms of story.

Posted by AMonkey

I'm glad one mainstream publication acknowledges that Dragon Age 2 was at least disappointing (I would go so far to say as terrible).

Posted by BigChief

Good call on Dragon Age 2. What a shitty, shitty game. I rarely out and out hate a game, but damn. I preordered that damn game, because I was so psyched for the sequel to Origins. I mean, how could they go wrong? Origins was amazing! Ugh.

Posted by nohthink

@Ghostiet said:

@BBQBram said:

@BertieWooster said:

No L.A. Noire for story? Even as a runner up? I disagree.

Indeed.

And I don't. The story proper only kicks in near Arson and the twist that puts you into Arson is laughable. A nomination for Mortal Kombat and leaving out Deus Ex is however kind of baffling.

L.A. Noire, Deus Ex, whatever. I would have been happy with either of them. I cannot believe they have picked Mortal Kombat as a runner up. Arggh... Not that me complaint would actually change anything but argh!!

Posted by Henrikhoe

portal 2 not on best coop is the worst thing i have ever seen.

Posted by nohthink

@Crushed said:

Dragon Age II is such a terrible game. No, it's not "good, but not great, just disappointing," it's out-and-out bad.

THANK YOU!!! I am with you 100 percent!!!

Posted by MrGtD

Mortal Kombat is absolutely the Best Story of the year. For a fighting game. It's nice and all that they figured out how to actually execute a story and all in a fighting game, but to say it's well-written is just pretty wrong. I love MK, but I don't love its writing more than Deus Ex.

Edited by WolfmanJenkins

Giant Bomb, I love you and all that, but considering Mortal Kombat for best story? What the fuck?

Posted by SlightConfuse

Dragon age 2 was a good game not a good dragon age game

Posted by benjaebe

Mortal Kombat in runner-up for Best Story? Totally makes sense.

Posted by Hitchenson

DA2 is a bad game and totally deserves that "win". It's not just a disappointing game, it sucked. I hope we get a sequel to Origins one day, but heh, modern BioWare making another good RPG, sure.

Posted by Video_Game_King

Wait, Ico won Best Remake? Why wasn't it [INSERT ANY SEQUEL HERE BECAUSE IT'S JUST THE SAME SHIT, RIGHT?]?

Posted by Teoball

I went "WHAAAAAAAT?" when I heard on the podcast that they didn't really like the co.op in Portal 2.

It's probably my favorite co-op experience ever. Me and a friend really had fun playing through that.

It's not even nominated!

Posted by rmanthorp

Sonic CD HD not in for best remake/upgrade... BOOO

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Posted by TheHT

I enjoyed Dragon Age 2, but was often disappointed while playing it. I know that's odd. Not really though.

Posted by Floppypants

Dragon Age 2 winning Most Disappointing Game (especially over bombs like RAGE, Dead Island, Brink, etc) just proves what the internet can believe when exaggerated hate builds on top of itself.  I spent >40 hours playing through DA2 and enjoyed it, despite the few warts.  It's no GotY contender, but the hate leveled at DA2 is ridiculous.  Yes, they re-used environments, get over it; the core gameplay of DA2 is fun.

Posted by Daveyo520

I liked DAII but yes it was disappointing.

Posted by Sless

I think the guys forgot about the Metal Gear Solid HD collection. Of course I'm biased because I love MGS, but would've liked to hear their thoughts on it compared to the other nominees. I was expecting Halo to take it since it seemed like the most overhaul, but since the other straight HD compilation got it, you'd think maybe MGS would be comparable. Oh well.

DA2 was a decent game but definitely a huge disappointment. My personal disappointment, however, was Deus Ex. It more has to do with how hyped I got based on other people, but I was bummed when I actually played it. It's still a solid game, but the "play-how-you-want!" angle that was hit over and over really fell short. The game pushes you ceaselessly towards stealth - gunplay is not only discouraged because of how weak you are (even with perks), but also simply by not being a very good shooter. Plus, you miss out on XP and items and other incidentals by playing a shooter. Plus, the writing of the game felt stilted. None of the character interactions felt normal or genuine (compounded by poor voice acting), and the interested concept of the conflict of body modification kinda fell flat for me. Didn't feel like a true AAA story to me, which was a let down after everything I had heard about how good the story was.

yeah, I know I just ripped Deus Ex, but it was still a good game. I played a lot of it (though I need to finish it), it's just one of those things where I had it so hyped up for me that it really couldn't compete with my expectations.

Posted by Deusoma
@Floppypants said:
Dragon Age 2 winning Most Disappointing Game (especially over bombs like RAGE, Dead Island, Brink, etc) just proves what the internet can believe when exaggerated hate builds on top of itself.  I spent >40 hours playing through DA2 and enjoyed it, despite the few warts.  It's no GotY contender, but the hate leveled at DA2 is ridiculous.  Yes, they re-used environments, get over it; the core gameplay of DA2 is fun.
They're not arguing that it's a bad game, friend, they're arguing that it's a disappointing game. That it wasn't at all what they were looking for in a sequel to Dragon Age: Origins. There were almost no expectations levelled towards Brink or Dead Island, so there was very little disappointment to be done. Not sure why you through Rage in there, though, as it was precisely what everyone expected, that being a competent and pretty FPS from id. 
 
Yes, the technical issues had something to do with it, but remember, this isn't the "Flat-Out Worst Game" category. 
 
For the record, I haven't played DAII and wasn't a huge fan of DA:O either, I just wanted to note that this is not purely a matter of quality.
Posted by Henrikhoe

I cant believe all the talk about not giving a game to much credit.

i heard all the bombcast 2011 game of the year, and im sick and tired of them dropping a game because it will get recignition later. Wtf is that.

Portal 2, was the best coop experience by far this year. Gears, and runners up, does nothing new. Its just because you guys havnt done coop that it doesnt get mentioned.

And MK for best story? just fuck it. cant take you guys seriously. mw3 and bf3 got better story then mk

Posted by squishrhino

portal 2 not even runner up for best co op? what what

Posted by GeForceFX

I tried to find a Witcher 2 Gender Mod.. didn't find it. You disappoint me, game!

Posted by umdesch4

Well, I'm certainly glad I listened to the day 4 podcast before reading this list. While I have some minor disagreements (eg. they didn't even mention Gears 3 or Uncharted 3 for story at all), at least I now know how they arrived at some of the more glaring omissions, in an "I see where you're coming from" kind of way. Eg. they did spend some significant time talking about Portal 2 co-op before ditching it.

Posted by Efesell

I still contend that Dragon Age 2 is a better game than origins.

But eh, not my lists.

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