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Teleglitch: Die More Edition Review: Embracing The Darkness


Teleglitch takes you into the void, and you may not return.

Assassin’s Creed 3 Review: One Step Forward, Two Back

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Feeling rushed and filled with minor but irritating design missteps, Assassin’s Creed 3 isn’t the banner game we’d hoped.

Lucius Review: Murders That Make You Want to Kill Yourself

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This game ruined my day.

5 Horror Games You Might Want to Greenlight

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Steam’s Greenlight program offers some games that sound pretty promising. We’ve found a few worth your attention.

Sleeping Dogs Review


Was this game worth bringing back from the grave?

Krater Review

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Krater has a cool game world and some interesting ideas, but the pros are lost in frustrating, repetitive gameplay.

Prototype 2 Review

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Though it suffers a bit from openworlditis, Prototype 2 successfully gives you a ton of power and a huge city in which to use it.

Dustforce Review

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Dustforce is challenging, often beautiful, packed full of content and lots of fun. It’s totally worth your $10.

L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition (PC) Review

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It’s nice to get all the DLC and a better-looking PC version of L.A. Noire, but there’s not much different about this version.

The Haunted: Hell’s Reach Review


Non-stop demon-killing action. Guns, guts, and glory.

The Binding of Isaac Review

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Simple, short, random, disturbing and cheap — The Binding of Isaac is a wonderful little PC purchase.

Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword Review


Does this stand-alone sequel live up to its predecessors?

Portal 2 Review

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Yes, Portal 2 is engaging, hilarious, brilliant in many ways and ingeniously designed. But a dumbed-down opening act holds back — just a little — a game that could have been truly transcendent.

Uncharted 3 Multiplayer Hands-On Preview

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We got handsy with a couple of big, firm Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception multiplayer maps. They’re real, and they’re spectacular.

Devil May Cry 4 Refrain Review

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In bringing Devil May Cry 4 to iPhone, Capcom forgot a crucial element — making it interesting and challenging to play.

Magicka Review


This parody of an action-adventure game is the best excuse for keyboard macros in a game EVER!

Dead Space 2 Review


Welcome back to Isaac Clark and his Necromorph foes. Dead Space 2 offers the best support for Post-Life Abortion ever!

Mass Effect 2 PS3 Review


How does BioWare’s space opera hold up on the PS3?

Dead Rising 2: Case West Review


Another downloadable title in the Dead Rising 2 family offers a new tone and lots more zombies to kill, but struggles with pacing and is overpriced for its length and depth.

X-Men Arcade Review


How well have our mutant friends survived the transition to HD? Find out inside!

Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light iOS Review

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Square Enix has done an admirable job converting a great XBLA/PSN game to the iPhone and iPad, but co-op mode needs some work.

Infinity Blade Walkthrough

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Everything you need to know about mastering Infinity Blade, taking down the tower’s enemies, finding all the treasures and besting the God-King.

Tron: Evolution Review


We have arrived at the last AAA title of 2010.

VGA 2010: SSX: Deadly Descents Trailer

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I was hoping for SSX: Splattered on a Rock, but hey, new SSX is exciting regardless.

VGA 2010: Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Trailer

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Already cooler than anything involving Mark Wahlberg.

GameFront 2010: Best Action Games


GameFront’s staff picks of what we consider to be the best action games of the year, and why they’ll rock your face.

Infinity Blade Review


While beautiful and masterfully utilizing touchscreen controls, this iPhone/iPad title gets repetitive as you’re tasked with the same battles and enemies over and over.

Splatterhouse Review

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This 3D beat-em-up reboot can be repetitive and frustrating, but also hits quality notes in terms of fun and nostalgia.

Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood Review

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Finally, an Assassin’s Creed game that doesn’t revel in tedium. This is the game Ubisoft has been working toward since the series began.

Blood Stone 007 Review


It’s a Bond game from Bizarre Creations. It’s not bad, right?

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