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Arcade Sushi's Games of the Year 2015

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by Arcade Sushi Staff December 11, 2015 @ 11:01 AM
It's been another banner year for gaming, and whittling down the huge list of 2015's games to find the best wasn't an easy task. We did it anyway. There were some truly standout titles in 2015, even starting back at the beginning of the year with...

Arcade Sushi’s Wii U Gift Guide 2015

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by Jon Ledford December 10, 2015 @ 3:30 PM
Nintendo
Many first-party Nintendo titles are geared towards general audiences who want to have fun with the game they have without having to worry about all the bells and whistles of online gameplay. While this means that many of Nintendo's games are pretty shallow when it comes to online functionality/multiplayer, they're meant to be enjoyed with a group of friends in the living room.

10 Best Folktale Monsters in Games

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by T.J. Denzer December 4, 2015 @ 11:01 AM
Telltale Games
Folktale monsters take on a variety of forms in video games. Sometimes it can be as simple as being a standard enemy along the way, but not always. Other times these monsters come into play in ghastly ways that re-invite them into our nightmares. They can also simply be the foundation by which a game introduces a unique and fleshed out character with relative ease. Whatever the case, folklore and especially its monsters are alive and well in video games. Here we have the 10 best folktale monsters in games.

Worst to First: Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six

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by Jon Ledford December 1, 2015 @ 3:01 PM
Ubisoft Montreal
In a scene dominated by the likes of Halo and Call of Duty, we're always glad to look back at a series that always tries to do something different. We decided not to include any of the series' expansions, as many of the PC Rainbow Six games had a slew of add-ons that you were able to get. Put your gas masks on and get ready to breach the door, because we're about to take down the Rainbow Six series, and we're going from Worst to First.

10 Best Video Game Families

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by Jon Ledford November 25, 2015 @ 1:30 PM
Capcom
As everyone is crowding around the dinner table for the holidays, getting ready to carve up a bird and gorge on side dishes, it's time we look back at our favorite families we've encountered throughout video game history. Family often sets the backdrop for your character's past. Many of times, family is used as the catalyst for the events of a story, whether its an abducted child or a sibling you have to rescue/protect. After a while, there were simply too many generic damsels in distress you could rescue. In order to help create a story players could be invested in, developers started throwing family members into the mix.