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Stacey Henley is the Editor-in-Chief at TheGamer, and hates filling these things out. Find her on Twitter @FiveTacey
Naughty Dog has delayed Factions indefinitely, but it feels like the prestige narrative-driven studio is a bad fit for Sony's live-service dreams
Zelda builds on ideas from Breath of the Wild in ways that try to meet fans halfway while still challenging their preconceptions.
People are complaining about the water in Spider-Man yet again, but it's a non-issue that, if taken seriously, will only make video games worse
Dungeons & Dragons has an involved, complex character creator, but its secrets are more rewarding than any other building system.
Neva was my standout game of the PlayStation showcase, and seems like a game destined to make us feel, and think, very deeply.
Lee and Clementine, along with the rest of the cast, make The Walking Dead one of the most emotionally challenging experiences in gaming
Spider-Man 2 will see Yuri return and take up the mantle of Wraith, which could have huge thematic repercussions for Peter Parker's development
Ghost of Tsushima's unique position in the culture war will hang over it until the sequel arrives.