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Black Flag takes a sharp left turn from the series' traditional progression, but the ways in which it diverges are what make it one of the most purely entertaining games in the franchise.
The third outing of Capcom's other, more ridiculous zombie franchise ably walks the line between approachability and the series' trademark off-the-wall quirk.
Media Molecule makes a strong case for the Vita, with a deeply charming game that thoughtfully uses everything the hardware has to offer.
I'll give it to Mass Effect. It transported me to the future.
Sonic Racing is really great, one of the best cart racers since Crash Team Racing. Dyad is cool, and Borderlands 2 seems like a solid addition.
That's good stuff.
It's a bummer. Society's broken up about it more than I expected. He seemed like an interesting dude that did what he loved.
Going too far with anything can make you a loser. You just gotta balance things out, but do what you wanna do.
I'll just give Thane some love here.
Ratatouille had a hell of a soundtrack. And dammit, I've been putting off seeing The Incredibles for years now.
I'll just give the Toy Story series the top 3 spots, can't speak for too many of the rest.
I see a Drake/York showdown on the way.
Hopefully the special agent cleaned his suit.
Citadel isn't critical on your first play through. It's the sort of thing you'll want to come back to after the game since the tone is so crazy.
It doesn't fit the dire nature of the game at all. But that's what makes it so beautiful (and out of place).
Leviathan is one of the most lore-heavy DLC's they ever released. And From Ashes is worth getting just because the new character adds so much when you take him out into the world.
Tomb Raider was pretty great this year.
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