In a year defined by Nintendo's willingness to reinvent itself, Breath of the Wild's developers stripped away convention to create a masterpiece that will stand the test of time.
Find out which game took the top spot at Shacknews in this amazing year for video games.
Nintendo had an amazing year in 2017. The launch of the Nintendo Switch definitely has ignited the Big N in a big way.
The creator of the original Battle Royale mod and the force behind PUBG is undeniably the Shacknews Person of the Year 2017.
One of the most surprising games of 2017 was a collaboration between Ubisoft's Rabbids and Nintendo's flagship hero Mario.
As the new year approaches, we look back at our favorite mobile games to release in 2017.
Ninja Theory took on the risky task of weaving an action puzzler with an accurate representation of mental instability and ended up with one of the best experiences the year had to offer.
The ultimate cooperative jerk simulator leads the pack of 2017 PC games.
Nothing says Nintendo quite like Mario, and the talented Italian's latest outing is his biggest yet.
Atlus committed the perfect crime by bringing Persona 5 to PlayStation 4 as an exclusive in 2017.
In a down year for the Xbox One, one indie game rose above the pack and it's Studio MDHR's outstanding debut effort, Cuphead.
Against all odds, Mutant Football League wins the award for Shacknews Best Sports Game of 2017.
PUBG may not have a campaign mode, but gamers told some amazing stories about the game in 2017.
Our favorite Nintendo 3DS release of the year is a brilliant return to one of the greatest portable platformers of all time.
Epic has not been shy about cashing in on the popularity of
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Shacknews salutes Ballz for elevating mobile gaming and standing above all other Brickbreakers in 2017.
Teach a Tenno to fish and they'll never go hungry again.
In a year filled with stories about resistance, one game stood above the rest and that's Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
HTC made everything a VR controller this year with the Vive Tracker, our Shacknews Best Gaming Accessory of 2017.