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A brief but pretty platformer that shines brightest the first time you play it.
How can you survive when your only guide is an insane man?
Limbo's lead gameplay designer made a weird 2D platformer that's well worth your attention.
A fun twist on rhythm games that presents a good challenge and gives us control over the experience.
This may not be a technically broken RPG, there's never any reason to play it.
Telltale's latest adventure game series kicks off on an impressively high note.
A grindy game that never manages to turn the good idea of catching dragons into a good MMORPG.
After an excellent opening episode, The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief takes a turn...and not for the better.
Classic cars join the grid, but this is largely another lap around the same track.
What happens when a first-person shooter is drained of all personality and interesting design ideas? Alien Rage happens.
Excellent fast-paced swordplay and a surprising story make Lo Wang’s comeback tour a great success.
The console-friendly MOBA makes its way to the genre's home turf. How does it fare?
Driving a huge bipedal tank is no walk in the park, but this heavy metal warfare is a welcome change of pace.
The new season is about to get underway. But how have the changes impacted one of the biggest games around?
A fun and explosive twin-stick shooter - provided you’ve got a friend to play it with.
One of the most imaginative brawlers around, with bonus points for style in more ways than one.
A great multiplatform MMORPG that thrives on the strength of its excitingly varied and flexible class system and highly mobile combat.
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs is a wonderfully unsettling dip into the world of psychological horror.
Filled with style and substance, Rome II delivers everything you love about the genre, but sadly suffers from troublesome interface and AI problems.
For a goofy-sounding fighting game with only two moves, Divekick surprises with its depth.