Gears of War 3 was the near-perfect third-person cover shooter, and Batman: Arkham City redefined the characteristics of sandbox gameplay. Saints Row: The Third pushed the limits of video game wildness, and Rocksmith forced us to reevaluate the console as a teaching tool. And one day, when we look back on the video game year that was 2011, we will see it as a year that redefined gaming. Developers pushed the bounds of console technology and experimented with new ideas — even new ways to use gaming — throughout the year. The result was one of the finest gaming crops in recent memory. A year that began with the unique Wii exclusive Lost in Shadow had Catherine and Bastion to tide us over in the summer. And all of that was only prelude to a blockbuster-laden fall and winter that only just ended last week, with the release of the much-hyped Star Wars: The Old Republic. But if you play only one game this year, make it this one: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, our Game of the Year. Bethesda’s latest Elder Scrolls title isn’t bereft of bugs, but it is a truly unique gaming experience, with a world that’s advanced… Read full this story
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