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Shelter Review: A Journey with Badgers

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If you’ve played That Game Company’s sublime Journey on the PS3 then you’ve more or less played Shelter. I don’t…

Rayman Legends Review: Legendary Silliness

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Check out the Rayman Legends video series and see more hilarious Let’s Plays. Subscribe to Game Front’s Video Walkthroughs on…

Outlast Review: An Uncompromising Horror Vision

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Outlast never coddles its players and it makes no qualms about being gory, disturbing, and intense. Horror fans, you’ll like this one.

Splinter Cell: Blacklist Review (PC) – A Return to Stealthy Form

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Aside from a couple gripes about the story, Blacklist is a welcome return to form for Sam Fisher.

Night of the Rabbit Review: A Magical Journey, Only Slightly Confusing

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Though it suffers from some pacing issues and some esoteric puzzles that plague so much of the genre, The Night of the Rabbit is beautiful, whimsical, and usually challenging without being irritating.

The Bureau: XCOM Declassified Review: Forgettable

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So forgettable, in every way… And forever more, that’s how you’ll stay

Madden NFL 25 Review: No More Batarang Tackles

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Madden 25 adds a significant amount of polish to last year’s new physics engine, improving the moment-to-moment football but while still missing out on a great opportunity with its silver anniversary celebration.

Hammerwatch Review: Gauntlet Redux, Anyone?

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A neat retro dungeon crawler with a few chinks in the armor.

Space Hulk Review: Sergeant Of The Squad, Accept Your Orders

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Good for a nostalgia kick, but riddled with problems that hold it back from greatness.

Gone Home Review: Where The Heart Is

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An emotional story that’s equal parts heart-wrenching and heartwarming.

Saints Row 4 Review: Perverts Of The World, Unite And Take Over

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Watch James Heaney live-stream Saints Row 4 today 10AM – 12PM PST on Game Front’s Twitch channel! My first impression…

Payday 2 Review: Everybody Be Cool, This is a Robbery!

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“Nooo!” is the PG-version of the exclamation I’ve used countless times in Payday 2. The crime caper shooter is teeming…

Dishonored ‘The Brigmore Witches’ DLC Review: DLC Done Right

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The final chapter of Dishonored’s story expanding DLC distinguishes itself in tone and subject matter, and yet adds to the whole of Dishonored without twisting it into something it isn’t. In a word: great.

Divinity: Dragon Commander Review: Genre Potpourri

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An unlikely mix of game types that sometimes works.

Aliens: Colonial Marines ‘Stasis Interrupted’ DLC Review – Terrible

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Game over man.

Rise of the Triad Review: Prepare To Swear At Your PC

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Invoking the harder, faster FPS of the 1990s, Rise of the Triad does perfectly what it sets out to, but it’s not a game for everyone.

The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief Chapter 1 Review

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The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief is on the easy side of adventure titles and lacks a bit of polish, but makes up for it with fun characters and an intriguing mystery plot.

The Walking Dead: 400 Days DLC Review: Four Stories Too Many

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The Walking Dead’s season-bridging DLC is good, but lacks the emotional resonance or weight that made the game so amazing in 2012.

Gunpoint Review: Wearing the Pants of Great Stealth, Puzzles

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Great writing, tight design, clever puzzles and fun stealth mechanics make Gunpoint a game you should be playing.

Magrunner Review: Forget GlaDOS, Be Afraid of Cthulhu

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Throw Cthulhu into a game that’s not unlike Portal, and you have a puzzler that’s clever, as well as spooky.

Rogue Legacy Review: A Stellar Cellar Door Game

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A fresh and innovative take on the classic sidescrolling formula make this legacy one worth remembering.

The Last of Us Review: A Story of Stealth and Scavenging

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The Last of Us tells a well-worn zombie story in a fresh way with two great characters, but it could have benefited from shaking up its gameplay and lowering its body count.

Rush Bros Review: Rushed and Flawed

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Rush Bros rushes too quickly to the finish line, leaving behind good mechanics in the process.

Remember Me Review: Total-y Recall-ing Blade Runner

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Despite some great ideas, an intriguing protagonist and a deep and fascinating world to play in, Remember Me winds up a bit disappointing, hedging its bets with middling, mainstream gameplay.

Metro: Last Light Review – Into the Tunnels Again

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Metro: Last Light improves in almost every way on its predecessor, making for a challenging, atmospheric shooter experience.

Assassin’s Creed 3 Tyranny of King Washington: The Redemption Review

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The finale of The Tyranny of King Washington adds another animal power and pays off some of the story, but ultimately feels anti-climactic.

Dead Island: Riptide Review: A Flood of Repetitive Skull-Smashing

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Bringing some improvements and a (slightly) new setting, Dead Island: Riptide improves on its predecessor, but is mired in all the same mistakes and boredom, too.

Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition Review

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A blast from 1991, Another World is a bit of gaming history and a beautiful, difficult, fascinating game besides — just expect it to be hard to play, too.

Dishonored: Knife of Dunwall DLC Review: Sneaky and Delightful

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Revisiting Dishonored as its resident super-assassin offers new challenges, but this half of the two-part DLC lacks narrative drive.

Slender: The Arrival Review: Much to Fear, Including Repetition

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Expanding on the ideas first presented in Slender: The Eight Pages, The Arrival adds story and even more scares, but fails to diversify gameplay.

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