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

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More magic powers successfully change up Assassin’s Creed 3 for the better.

Dead Space 3 ‘Awakened’ DLC Review: Short, Not At All Disturbing

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Warning! Here there be spoilers for Dead Space 3. I went into Dead Space 3‘s “Awakened” DLC with some high…

God of War: Ascension Review: Similar, But Not Same Kratos

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I’m no fan of God of War 3. Yes, the game is competent in its fighting mechanics and in the…

Tomb Raider PC Review: A Real Hero is Reborn

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Lara Croft stands among and even above other great video game protagonists by earning every second of her survival.

Mass Effect 3 Citadel Review: Almost Enough. Almost.

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I went into “The Citadel” DLC for Mass Effect 3 barely able to feel anything beyond a tepid ‘whatever.’ A…

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

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The first of three parts is kind of all over the place.

Oozi: Earth Adventure Review: Frustrating, But Familiar

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The 2-D platforming genre is so old and well-represented by amazing titles at this point that it must be hard…

Dead Space 3 PC Review: More Than a ‘Straight Port’

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Visceral presents a competent Dead Space 3 port that stands shoulder-to-shoulder with its console counterparts.

No Time to Explain Review: Humorous, Clever Platforming

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It has a few technical problems, but No Time to Explain is smart, funny, and adds a little something to the platforming genre.

Antichamber Review: Lost in an Unreal World

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Antichamber is the rare puzzle game that will mess with your perceptions and make you feel smarter when you realign them.

Proteus Review: Still Beautiful, Now Slightly Less Empty

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Proteus is gorgeous, but its short length and lack of much of anything to do will turn off some players.

Dead Space 3 Review: Good, But More Shooty Than Scary

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If you like Dead Space, you should play Dead Space 3. The game can be great and is a lot of fun, despite some flaws.

Return To Future Past: Strike Suit Zero Review

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It’s pretty good but falls far short of great.

The Cave Review: Guilty of the Deadly Sin of Being Boring

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Weak design decisions mean that the charming bits of The Cave are overwhelmed by the time you’ll waste doing boring things.

Kentucky Route Zero: Act 1 Review: Enter the Surreal South

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The first act of Kentucky Route Zero takes players into a surreal world that has a lot of promise — and a fair amount of strangeness.

Assassin’s Creed 3 ‘Hidden Secrets’ DLC Review

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Even for the relatively low price of $5, there’s just not a lot of content in this DLC drop.

Planetside 2 Review: The Most War-Torn Planet On Earth

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Fighting hundreds of guys in endless conflict can be a little frustrating.

Dishonored ‘Dunwall City Trials’ DLC Review: Worthy Challenges

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Dunwall City Trials is a challenge mode that’s right at home in Dishonored, and adds a lot to the game.

Assassin’s Creed 3 PC Review: A Prettier Experience

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The PC version of Assassin’s Creed 3 looks great, but its other problems remain.

Chaos on Deponia Review: Weirdness, Humor Elevate the Formula

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Daedalic’s second game in the Deponia trilogy is funnier, with a tighter story, and on the whole just better than its predecessor.

Mass Effect 3 ‘Omega’ DLC Review: More of the Same

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If it were part of the original release of Mass Effect 3, Omega would have been a great portion. Months later, it’s kind of boring.

The Walking Dead Ep. 5 Review: The Way It Had To End

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A powerful conclusion makes The Walking Dead one of the year’s best, but Episode 5 is probably its weakest installment.

Deponia Review: Humor to Distract From Confusion

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Humor keeps Deponia from losing steam under a few tough-to-figure puzzles that strain logical thinking.

Hitman Absolution Review: Misfiring With A Great Gun

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Agent 47 returns, but is he the same efficient killer we remember?

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 PC Review: Missed Opportunities

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Treyarch’s treatment of the PC version of Black Ops 2 is solid, but misses some great opportunities for improvement.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Review: Innovation vs. Expectation

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Treyarch adds a lot of innovation to Call of Duty, while maintaining the core formula. Some works, some doesn’t.

Natural Selection 2 Review: Beautiful, Startling Complexity

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Natural Selection 2 promises a lot, and delivers on everything, bringing a marvelously deep multiplayer experience.

Deadlight Review: Platforming, Zombies a Good Mix

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The game itself is a little thin, but fleeing zombies through platforming in Deadlight is a fun idea.

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.

A Valley Without Wind Review: A Valley Without Drive

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If making stuff, grinding and exploring a nearly endless world are your thing, here you go. But it grows tedious.

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