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These creepy-cute dungeons are amazingly different and challenging, every single time.
Telltale kicks off its trip to Pandora with a hilarious opening act filled with fantastic characters.
The incredible open world of Kyrat is rich with history, secrets, and stories, but weak characters harm its overall narrative.
A gripping survival sim, and a great study of survival during wartime and civil collapse.
A third-person, single-player spinoff that makes you question reality... and its bland combat.
After a brief stint as a PlayStation exclusive, the fancier version of this excellent tactics game returns home to PC.
Typical launch-day lag makes progress slow even against fragile enemies, but there's promise in this new storyline.
Dungeon of the Endless combines many games, but emerges as something entirely its own.
Eating your friends is a uniquely satisfying experience.
Judged on its own, Dreamfall Chapters - Book One: Reborn falls flat, but it may be setting the stage for an epic adventure.
Ubisoft believes Assassin's Creed Unity's real world in-game currency doesn't push the player to pay.
The first truly new-gen entry in the series is a game of impossible peaks and disappointing valleys.
BioWare brings Dragon Age closer back to its RPG roots
A horde of new options and improved match-day features see FM 2015 remain in title-winning form.
Its a charming simulation of life in space, but it doesn't provide enough tools to deal with the space-crap constantly hitting the space-fan.
See our full impressions of Activision's futuristic shooter while we do our final testing in real-world conditions.
Did Dark Souls beat you up and take your lunch money? Lords of The Fallen gives you a fighting chance.
Screencheat distinguishes itself with goofy charm, fast pacing, and a clever gameplay hook.
An excellent RPG that channels the strengths of Dungeons & Dragons and Myst.
A supernaturally nostalgic treat that authentically pays homage to its predecessor.