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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.

Company of Heroes 2 Review: Relic Wins a Land War in Asia

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How does Relic’s award-winning WWII RTS fare on the Eastern Front?

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.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 Review: $249 Powerhouse

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Last month, Nvidia revealed the GeForce GTX 780 and 770 to the world. The former put up some impressive numbers…

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.

The Last of Us Review Round-Up

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A look at what our fellow critics thought of Naughty Dog’s new effort.

Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes Review — Third Time’s The Charm

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Stardock continues to improve upon its fantasy 4X game.

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.

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger Review — For A Few Dollars Less

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A duel at high noon with Techland’s new cowboy shooter.

Reus Review: A Giant Among God Games

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Most god games focus on the villagers and armies more than the environment. Sure, you can raise or lower land…

NVIDIA GTX 780 Review: GK110 on a Diet

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Three months ago, Nvidia added the GTX Titan to its lineup. For $1,000, you could buy the first gaming-focused video…

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.

Defiance Review: No Risk, No Reward

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Defiance has a strong promise, but comes short on quality.

Hardware Review: Digital Storm Bolt

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What do you visualize when you think of a gaming PC? Most of us picture a desktop, roughly the same…

Don’t Starve Review: Hungry For More

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Don’t Starve is a good stepping stone in the survival sim genre, but lacks the meat to keep you hooked.

Eador: Masters of the Broken World Review

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Eador is a very fun, very Russian strategy title reminiscent of the heyday of Heroes of Might and Magic

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.

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Review — Biehn There, Gunned That

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We review Ubisoft Montreal’s retro shooter.

Monaco Review: A Stolen Heart

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There is nothing quite like setting up a heist with your best friends. Monaco knows that feeling.

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.

Papo & Yo Review: A Boy And His Monster

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An unusual and allegorical tale of abuse in an imaginary favela

Sang-Froid Review: Alone Against The Wolves

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Sang-Froid can’t make up its mind. At least it has a great atmosphere.

Age of Empires 2 HD Review: Historically Accurate

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Age of Empires 2 HD is more of the same, but it’s good nonetheless.

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.

BioShock Infinite Review: A Gleaming City of Unrealized Potential

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BioShock Infinite is a great game you should play. It’s also monotonous, rehashes far too much of its six-year-old predecessor, and begs the question of what could have been.

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.

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