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2017 was a hell of a year for video games; can 2018 top it? We've combed our calendars for what we think are the most promising, or at least the most interesting, prospects due out this year - that we know about. Most of these games have been announced for 2018; some have no release date but we think stand a good chance of making it out before year's end. And of course, there are bound to be many great games out this year that we don't know about yet.

Hello! Welcome back to the final instalment of our top 50 games of 2017, as picked by the Eurogamer editorial team. Looking back, it's clear that 2017 in gaming was truly something very special - which is nice, frankly, because elsewhere the year had some serious problems. Anyway, here are our top ten games of the year!

Hello! Chris Donlan here. I hope you had a lovely Christmas. Now we're almost certainly going to make you really angry, which is unfortunate really. Welcome to our list of the top 50 games of 2017, as chosen by the team at Eurogamer! Over the next few days we'll be counting down our choices, ten games at a time.

Skyrim console commands, cheats for PC

The most powerful console commands in Skyrim, including player boosts, infinite gold and items, and cheats to beat every quest and character.

Despite how long it's been out, Skyrim still enjoys a dedicated audience thanks to a thriving modding scene, as well as Bethesda's fair hand for designing an eminently replayable game. At this point though, it's safe to say that you've probably played a fair chunk of the game legitimately, and might fancy spicing up your next playthrough with a few overpowered abilities, or at least removing some of the duller elements altogether.

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