Harold Goldberg rounds up the very best games of the year, from great games for kids to a blockbuster satire that's more than just criminal.
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Journey is a game that's been widely praised for its beauty and stunning gameplay. But an evening wandering through it with a complete stranger reveals that it also has the ability to reveal tremendous goodwill with no distractions.
Harold Goldberg attended the E3 Expo and brings back news of some of the most promising games on offer.
We talk with the Monopoly iron about its career as a token.
Harold Goldberg runs down his top games of 2012.
Harold Goldberg says that in horror-themed games, sometimes you're the frightener and sometimes you're the frightened. But manipulations of horror and terror can work on you either way.
Commentator Harold Goldberg says Borderlands 2 may not have the story to live up to its terrific dialogue, but it could still be one of the games of the year.
Neda Ulaby looks at SongPop, a rapidly growing music-identification game.
In the game Persona 4 Arena, everything from Jungian psychology to dragon kicking makes for a harrowing universe.
We bounce from chronicles sober and silly to the question of what makes a solid first-person shooter, and confess to being pleased by some of the strangest things.