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Disney Infinity returns with Marvel's mightiest in tow, but does it build on last year's excellent foundations?
Can Astro's new bluetooth headset keep up when you're going mobile?
A bizarre game that hatches surprisingly deep characters with an equally charming story.
We look back on Defiance's second season and examine whether the show lived up to its potential and if it can live beyond the video game.
If you've got a beefy machine, the PC version is by a much prettier way to massacre zombies.
An extremely tough first-person combat game for the magically inclined.
Defiance closed out its second season as Irisa held the fate of the world in her palms. Was it a fitting finale?
Clementine's Season 2 story comes to a close in one of the best, most heartbreaking Telltale episodes yet.
The Golf Club is a fun way to hit the links for golfing purists and would-be course creators.
This adventure game remake hates you and wants you dead, but fans wouldn’t have it any other way.
You had us at "giant robots doing gravity-defying battle across an entire solar system." But space is big and empty...
Packing in two remastered adventures and tons of bonus content, Metro Redux is Moscow's underworld at its best.
For better or worse, Risen 3: Titan Lords is truly indicative of old-school pirate life.
Firefall's quests and world design have some appeal, but humdrum travel and repetition spoil the fun.
Anything that matters is visible in the numbers. OOTP15 is a great game about about learning to see it.
An incredibly challenging recreation of the classic X-COM: UFO Defense, Xenonauts a little too loyal for its own good.
Massacring Sacred 3's monster hordes is brutal, silly fun, but don't expect anything more ambitious than that.
You should be watching, too, because this great game takes its genre in a whole new direction.
It's a beauty of a randomly generated platformer, for sure. But how deep does this dungeon go?
At last we have deck customization, but it's all ruined by microtransactions and grindy gameplay.