READERS’ PICK: Vote For Game of the Month – July 2014

Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

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Game of the Month July 2014

Well, we’re in a new month, which means… it’s that time again. It’s time for you to tell us what games you thought were the best last month and what you would like me to ignore when I set up the Game of the Year preliminary vote in January.

As with the previous Game of the Month polls, these are full releases that range from brand new titles to remasters of previous games. Episodic games will only count once the full game has released. The same applies to games that are in Early Access/Alpha/Beta. Once the game fully releases, then we will list it. If you have a counterpoint as to why we should do this differently, please leave you argument in the comments and we’ll collectively talk it out.

The list of releases from this past month total 225 games. These are games that released on home consoles as well as handhelds and computers. If there is a game that is missing or incorrectly listed, let me know before you submit your vote. Once you vote, there is no changing you choice.

You may vote for up to 10 games. Polling ends Thursday, August 21st, at midnight. Happy voting.

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About Jeff Neuenschwander

Jeff has been a supporter of the website and campaign since the beginning. Joining in for E3 2012, he worked his way up the ranks quickly, making it to the Editing Manager post at the beginning of 2013. Jeff has a wide variety of tastes when it comes to gaming and pretty much likes anything that is quirky, although his favorite genres are Action, Platforming, and RPG. Outside of gaming, Jeff is a musician, being trained as a trombonist for Jazz and Classical music, and holds a degree in Sound Recording.