2015 in review archive
PART EIGHT: The USgamer team celebrates the games that let us play 'em our own way, even if those ways were never intended.
PART SEVEN: The team discusses the video gaming swerves that hit them outta nowhere this past year.
PART SIX: The most memorable storylines of the year. (Spoilers, maybe?)
PART FOUR: No matter how well a game plays, great mechanics are wasted on shoddy design. We celebrate 2015's cleverest play spaces.
PART TWO: Do you weep for your vanishing free time whenever a publisher announces another massive open-wold game? We pick the must-play sandbox space of 2015.
The USgamer team will be taking a holiday break, but we'll be back in two weeks for an even better 2016!
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