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    Tetris Effect – Game of the Month

    November 2018 saw the release of a huge variety of video games. Reimagined nostalgia trips like the Spyro Reignited Trilogy and Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee/Pikachu revitalized interest in classic games while Battlefield V and Hitman 2 continued to evolve their respective series with new features and design principles. The computer card game Artifact was Valve’s […]

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    Marvel’s Spider-Man – Game of the Month

    Originally announced at E3 2016, Marvel’s Spider-Man has easily been one of the most closely followed and anticipated game releases of the generation. It is the latest in a line of exceptional AAA PS4 exclusive single-player titles, made by top-tier developer Insomniac Games, with the full support of both Sony and Marvel, and based on […]

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    Dead Cells – Game of the Month

    August is a strange month for games. Falling just before the annual Fall release deluge while still being part of the Summer drought, Game of the Year favorites can emerge at this time one year while the next can be a barren wasteland. This August featured a variety of titles including HD remasters of classics […]

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    Octopath Traveler – Game of the Month

    After a couple months of bare video game releases opening the door for less impactful games, it feels good to have another Game of the Month we’re really excited about. Though July didn’t give us a lot of options, there were a few titles in competition for the honor. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker continued Nintendo’s trend […]

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    Onrush – Game of the Month

    Onrush is Top Shelf Gaming's Game of the Month for June 2018

    Summertime can be a notorious dry season for gaming, and despite the wealth of quality releases we’ve had this year (with several highly anticipated titles still to come), 2018 has not escaped the drought. For one game in particular, this slower season was the perfect time to rush into the sun-bleached spotlight. Onrush is an […]

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    Detroit: Become Human – Game of the Month

    The summer months are now upon us and every gamer knows what that means: the inevitable, painstakingly slow drip of video game releases. These past few weeks have been mostly filled with remasters of classic games like Dark Souls, underappreciated gems like Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, and definitive editions of both Hyrule Warriors and […]

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    God of War – Game of the Month

    April was a slow month for games. Yakuza 6 rolled through quietly without anybody noticing or caring and Nintendo’s biggest game was a DIY cardboard kit. Perhaps all for the best, because our winner this month might have otherwise massacred other worthy Game of the Year contenders as can happen sometimes in this ruthless gauntlet […]

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    A Way Out – Game of the Month

    March 2018 had its fair share of high profile releases. Whether it was Sea of Thieves’ lackluster launch or Far Cry 5’s surprisingly refreshing take on the well-worn franchise, gamers had a lot to discuss as the third month of the year drew to a close. While TSG always awards Game of the Month based […]

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