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Hotline Miami: All Style, No Substance, Mostly Awesome

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The gruesome, NES-inspired murder simulation/crime thriller is one of the best, and most frustrating games of 2012.

Ravaged Review: An Empty Apocalyptic Wasteland

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The price is right for Ravaged, but there’s a lot of good stuff that is tough to play because the servers are mostly empty.

Lucius Review: Murders That Make You Want to Kill Yourself

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This game ruined my day.

Mark of the Ninja PC Review: Great Stealth Hampered by Controls

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The PC keyboard controls lack a bit in precision, but Mark of the Ninja’s stealth is still first-class.

Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes Review

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Full of dark humor and solid puzzles, adventure fans should definitely dive into the weird worlds of Harvey’s New Eyes.

Walking Dead: The Game Collector’s Edition Coming to GameStop

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Grab the game, get some comics.

World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria Impressions

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Blizzard offers a brighter world and lots of new content that will make fans happy, but is unlikely to attract new players.

The Walking Dead: Episode 4 Review

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Telltale skillfully builds on everything that came before as we move toward the end of the season.

Dishonored Review: Revenge is Almost as Good as Freedom

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Dishonored builds on the formula of titles such as Deus Ex, with tons of freedom and often creative combat and exploration.

Thomas Was Alone Review: Beautifully Understated, Totally Charming

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Though it’s graphically understated, Thomas Was Alone is a phenomenal platforming experience.

Review: Carrier Command: Gaea Mission Needs Sea Legs

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The otherwise workable reboot of the classic strategy game makes you work too hard to get to the good stuff.

Resident Evil 6 Review: So Much Game You’ll Have to Like Something

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An incredibly ambitious title, Resident Evil 6′s many strengths help make up for its many weaknesses.

Resident Evil 5 Review: Fun, but Never Scary

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Revisting Resident Evil 5 reminds us that the game attempts to ape RE4, and fails.

Knights of the Old Republic II: Restored Content Review

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This game is so much better now. Play it, or play it again.

FTL Review: Fleeing Certain Death Pretty Much Constantly

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A great Rogue-like strategy title, FTL will keep you busy (dying) for hours.

Borderlands 2 Review: Hell. Yes.

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It’s leaner, bigger, and funnier than the original. It’s also simultaneously dumber AND smarter.

The Walking Dead: Episode 3 Review

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Telltale’s comic-based horror title continues to impress. Could this be Game of the Year?

Darksiders 2 Review

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While Darksiders 2 is very competent with its many different elements, it’s ultimately nothing we haven’t seen before many times.

Mass Effect 3 ‘Leviathan’ DLC Review

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Mass Effect 3′s first story DLC offers very little new, and its story doesn’t add much to the overall game.

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.

The Walking Dead Episode 2 Review

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Telltale continues to dish out stellar writing and tough decisions, although gameplay has started to take a back seat.

Quantum Conundrum Review

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Trying too hard to be Portal, Quantum Conundrum fails to really hit puzzle-solving bliss and frustrates with its first-person platforming missteps.

Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut Ending DLC Review

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BioWare’s free ending DLC significantly improves on the original endings. They’re still kind of bad, but at least they’re no longer broken.

Resonance Review

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A point-and-click that innovates and tells a great story, Resonance is definitely worth a look.

Home Review — Another Fine Indie Horror Offering

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Indie title Home adds to the horror conversation, and is priced so affordably that it’s definitely worth a look.

Alan Wake’s American Nightmare PC Review

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The downloadable addition to the Alan Wake franchise is a nice PC port of a somewhat lackluster title.

Max Payne 3 Review

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Rockstar’s efforts keep Max Payne true to the series in many ways, but it resists being remarkable or innovative.

The Walking Dead: Episode 1 Review

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Great writing and an awesome art style make the first episode of Telltale’s adventure game very promising.

Risen 2: Dark Waters Review (PC)

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The new pirate RPG is harder than dancing with a pegleg.

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.

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