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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.
The first part of Dark Souls 2's DLC trilogy is as tense, challenging, and rewarding as anything in the series.
Packing problems that match its personality, this sidescrolling beat-em-up punches below its weight.
The new Surface Pro 3 hopes to be the "tablet that can replace your laptop." Did Microsoft achieve its goal?
MouseCraft is a thoughtful puzzle game with useful features and challenging levels.
The Dragon Age Library Edition collects three Dragon Age stories into one graphic novel. Is it worth picking up?
Telltale's finale is a fantastic adventure, and some of the best work the studio has ever done.
Defiance's second season continues to get better as the Tarr family is embroiled in drama and Irisa goes on another unwilling murder-spree.
A few extra months of development and plenty of patching has resulted in the definitive videogame version of cricket on PC.
A good Transformers game has good transforming and good robot-blasting. Rise of the Dark Spark has neither.
Defiance's second season improves as Nolan and Irisa return hoe just in time to investigate a terrorist bombing.
More than just a showcase for slow-motion gore, Sniper Elite III shines for its open-ended approach to stealth.
After almost 200 hours of play, our final review is ready. Is this upstart MMORPG ready for the big leagues?
Shovel Knight -- in all of its old-school glory -- is arguably the best game released so far in 2014. Why? Because it remembers a day when gameplay was king.