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Find out how the Assassin's Creed 3 DLC stacks up as a whole in light of the third episode.
SyFy's tie-in to the new MMORPG continues as Sheriff Nolan leads a posse to hunt down a killer. Is this the sci-fi epic SyFy has been missing?
It's a darkly entertaining way to cut, explore, and appreciate the incredible skill of real surgeons.
The Dead Island series returns with more of the same -- which is good and bad news.
Hutt Cartel is an action-packed journey to an impressive new world – but is there enough of it?
With PC ports come better textures, bug fixes, and more, but is Papo & Yo all that much better now than it was?
Simple but inventive mechanics and challenging weaponry set ShootMania apart from standard arena shooters.
A return to Arkane's incredible world, but from a whole new perspective. Say hello to the bad guy.
Defiance has had a rough launch, but our review is finally done. See what we thought here.
We've seen first episode of Defiance, and while it has potential, it's more than a little rough around the edges.
It's a micromanager's dream, but lacks the smooth UI needed to make all that information digestible.
Warframe's co-op missions are repetitive, but it makes it quite fun to kill things and watch them die.
LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite screened at WonderCon. Is it worth watching if you've already seen the cutscenes from the game?
Though the campaign is short, Incredipede is a wonderfully inventive puzzler with a wealth of user-generated content.
The Razer Edge can run Crysis 3, but is it worth the cash? Read our comprehensive review and find out.
A tough little platformer that gleefully cuts through its retro aesthetic to offer fast-paced modern thrills.
Will the long-awaited sequel to the memorable first-person shooter leave you feeling as sky-high as its cloud city of Columbia? And what's different about the PC version?
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm is a meaty old-school expansion that gives Kerrigan and her zerg brood a satisfying return.
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 turns the art of sniping into a mostly mundane task. Only serious campers might enjoy this.
The Showdown Effect isn't all style and no substance, but it's definitely weighed disproportionately in favor of the former.