Setting the trend.
Join us for a look back on a great year of gaming.
Whether full-length features or animated ventures, these titles would be great to watch.
Spoilt for choice here.
I know what you're going to say, but let's be honest, it's probably not that.
Every classic has that one level which you can't help but hate.
"Gaze long into the abyss and the abyss also gazes into you" has never been truer for these characters.
After seemingly endless trials and torments, these heroes are still standing.
Some of the best, coolest attacking moves we've ever seen in games.
If things aren't always what they seem, it's most likely because they're not - like these hallucinatory scenes.
"There was an understanding that this will be the final Max Payne game for us," says Remedy's main man Sam Lake.
Notice a slight change in difficulty? Dynamic difficulty is probably in effect.
They don't seem all that bad today but these moments seriously scared us back in the day.
Remedy exploring co-op multiplayer experiences.
The Alan Wake and Quantum Break developer seems to be making some exciting changes.
The original time bending game returns.
Spoiler: Alan Wake is everywhere.
Some of the most well-known games and mechanics are rooted in cinema.
'Someday, when the time is right.'
Exploring the anatomy of the "blockbuster" - and why it's going to shit.