Warning, spoilers abound.
Spoilers ahead for all 5 of the main endings.
From Aloy to Zelda, 2017 was a fantastic year for quality game characters. Today we ask you, dear readers, to name your favourites.
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This game was a satirical middle finger to gaming and film that revelled in mocking many of its tropes.
David Cage's 2013 action-adventure game helped me to open up about one of the most difficult times in my life.
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These touches make the world feel richer and more authentic.
It’s amazing how a development studio given creative freedom can push the boundaries of a genre.
One of Terranigma’s greatest strengths is how it shows that everything you do has consequences for the evolving world.
In Persona 5, every day life is bleak.
It’s been more than two decades since the game’s release, but its pivotal moments - like this one - still resonate.
Mario games are at their best when they make us feel like kids again, exploring the universe for the very first time.
Lizard meat tacos, anyone? How about some zombie yoghurt, or an interdimensional beef bowl?
The game reminds us that sometimes, an individual with a bit of bravery standing up to hostile masses is the only way to change a society.
The PS1 had some of the most innovative JRPGs ever developed. Vagrant Story was at the top of its class.