One of the designers of Cards Against Humanity--and thus, one of the worst people we know--lays out his top 10 games of 2012 for us.
IGN's editor-in-chief takes a break from his grueling beard-growing regiment to talk about his favorite games of 2012.
We get Supergiant's Greg Kasavin to spill his Soviet secrets concerning his favorite games of 2012.
Everyone's favorite gaming dad comes home for the holidays with 10 games he loves more than he'll ever love you.
Composer for TV, film, and games Chris Tilton orchestrates a list of his favorite games of 2012.
Enter the Lang Zone!
Naughty Dog programmer extraordinaire and noted cowboy John Bellomy holds forth on video gaming and fatherhood in 2012.
Today's Game of the Year feature includes probably the first award we've ever given to a Flash game. Wait, what?
Keene, New Hampshire's prodigal son and 38 Studios survivor Rich Gallup farts out a list of his favorite games of 2012.
Sess-Money steps down from his soapbox and just talks to us like *human beings* about his top 10 games of 2012.
Comic-book and video-game writer Brian Reed flexes his craft for us with his 10 favorite games of 2012.
The man who all but single-handedly created Dust: An Elysian Tail shares his top 10 games of 2012.
Gearbox Software's Chief Creative Champion lays out his top games of 2012, which, unlike his title, are not imaginary.
A dose of emotional platforming from VVVVVV designer Terry Cavanagh, a view on video games from an outsider, and the usual batch of games, stories, and piles of links.
Thanks to outside funding, the Journey maker is free to go multiplatform.
Even though it's April, Patrick's going down the horror rabbit hole, which also means plenty of contemplation about everyone's favorite subject: death.
Former studio president presumably heading to someothercompany.
On March 13, Journey will finally be yours (and mine) for $14.99.
Just take my damn money.
It's mostly luck and chance when it comes to getting into Journey's beta.
See what the developers of Flower have in store for multiplayer, if you're lucky.
We've played with Jenova Chen's crazy multiplayer experiment.
Or, Another E3 Top Five In No Particular Order.
What? Oh, right, the game is called Journey. It's from the Flower people. Just read it!
Online desert-roaming confirmed.
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