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The best games of 2015: We want your picks

The best games of 2015: We want your picks

November 30, 2015 | By Christian Nutt




2015 has been another great year for games -- but which games are most significant to you, the game developer? We want to know. 

Soon, Gamasutra's editorial staff will begin to publish our picks for the best games, developers, and news stories of the year. But that's only half of the picture.

Once again, we're asking you to join in. Game developers are uniquely placed to evaluate games, after all! On Gamasutra blogs, you can share your perspective on the most significant, interesting, creative, or even disappointing games of the year.  

Given the overwhelming number of games released across a broad variety of platforms, it's more crucial than ever that the best are brought to light. 

You can blog about why you love a to play a certain game, of course -- but what would be most exciting, we think, is a deep discussion about why a game works from someone who truly understands that.

Write a list, or carefully analyze one specific game -- your approach is up to you! The site's blogs section is open for submissions now.

Feel free to start blogging immediately, or email blog director Christian Nutt if you prefer to discuss your ideas before you begin.



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