Russ Pitts finishes off our week of Staff Faves with the five games he most enjoyed this past year. "Messing with minions' minds" came in sixth.
Are these, without a shadow of a doubt, the best games of 2008? If you're Jordan Deam, they are.
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Continuing The Escapist staff retrospective of 2008, John Funk is here with the five games of the past year that have a special place in his heart (and on his hard drive).
It's time to wrap up 2008 and Tom Endo is here with his five favorite games of the past year.
Pull up a cookie and warm your feet by the fire, 'cause here comes Susan Arendt's list of her top five favorite games from this past year.
Because everyone's favorite part of the James Bond movies was always Q. Don't act like it isn't true.
You've played all the other games on this list already. You're looking for something that shows your friends you really know the unique and special games. Have yourself a merry little Christmas and pluck one of these 2008 gems off the shelf.
If you are the social guru who's always plugged into your network of family and friends, these are the games for you.
The Net Set is the new Jet Set. In short, you're busy, so you want to hit the highlights of 2008. Whether or not you'll be home for Christmas, you can game in style with these.
Attention kids from age one to 92! These are the five cutest, brightest and most lovable releases of 2008.
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OK, so we're a bit late in announcing the winners. But, after an intense amount of deliberation among the team, we have selected our favorites.