The Best of The Escapist in 2010

The Escapist Staff | 20 Jan 2011 14:00
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What were the biggest pieces of content on The Escapist in 2010? Much of our editorial voice comes through in our comic strips that skewer the gaming industry, our editorial essays on videogame issues or design and our official reviews of the games we love. And just like us, our audience always has a lot to say about the hobby and lifestyle that we share, spraying incisive vitriol or supportive comments on our forums like a space marine sprays bullets.

In no particular order, here's a handy guide to articles, comics and special features published at The Escapist in 2010 that received a lot of attention both on our site and around the Interwebs. If you haven't already commented on these galvanizing pieces, feel free to sound off now or forever hold your peace.

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Critical Miss debuted on The Escapist this year after winning our first Webcomic Contest. Written by Cory Rydell and Grey Carter, Critical Miss follows the adventures of a game critic named Erin Stout but allows for frequent diversions such as this hilarious sendup of Gandhi's actions in Civ V.

Critical Miss #39

By Cory Rydell and Grey Carter


Check out the rest of Critical Miss starting from the first strip.

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