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Game of the Year 2014

  1. Banner Saga

Stunningly beautiful visually and aurally, a fantastically grim (but not hopeless) plot and setting, and a fun and surprisingly deep combat system combined with a people management sim where good intentions count for nothing (except when they do) and you can’t save everyone no matter how you try (sometimes, you manage to save no one at all).  1,311 more words

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Dragon Age: Inquisition shouldn't be Game of 2014

It’s not that good of a game quite honestly. I like Dragon Age; I played Dragon Age Origins. They were fun: interesting stories, fun to play. 210 more words

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The Definitive “Top Ten Games of 2014” List

When deciding on what would be the inaugural post for this blog, I felt it would be best to first acquaint my readers (no matter how few of them I have!) with my tastes and interests in video games. 3,308 more words

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2014 Game of the Year (Re-Visited)

Close to a month after my 2014 Game of the Year blog was posted, I realized I made a swift, un-reasonable decision when it came to said year’s top winner. 388 more words

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Dragon Age: Inquisition wins Game of the Year

The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences at the 18th Annual D.I.C.E. Awards in Las Vegas has declared BioWare’s Dragon Age: Inquisition Game of the Year in 2014. 550 more words

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DICE Awards Results

This week finally took place the DICE Awards, the great event that reward the best games released in the year.

Even if the winner of the most important title, Game of the Year, is Dragon Age: Inquisition, the most successful game is Middle-earth: The Shadow of Mordor, being the most awarded game with 8 titles obtained. 191 more words

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Monk's Game of the Year: 2014

First to the Fight, First to the Feast

Just like Fatelighter’s Game of the year list, mine is also heavily biased, you know, since it is MY 2014 Game of the Year list. 832 more words

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