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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.
Corsair's new RGB keyboard takes some work, but if you like fancy lighting, it's worth it.
It's not the strongest Civilization game, but Beyond Earth's interesting new ideas and change of scenery are still addictive.
UPDATE: get our verdict on the PC port of Shinji Mikami's return to survival horror.
Styx gets its hardcore stealth right, but its controls and platform elements fall short.
On land or in space, the Borderlands formula still provides good times.
Free-form Street Sweep missions steal the show from T-Bone's solo adventure.
Like a great player toughing it out through an injury, NBA 2K15 is still strong despite crippling server problems.
With its large 60mm drivers, the Turtle Beach Z60 headset is for gaming and music fans who love sweet, sweet bass.
DC's video game prequel continues as John Constantine and the supernatural world take center stage.
A fun seasonal RPG that improves on the original's combat and amusing campaign, though tricky navigation sometimes makes this sweet a bit sour.
Ancient Space’s tactical depth and unit variety are tarnished by excessive micromanagement and often vexingly slow combat.
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter’s story is powerful, and its world is one of the most beautiful I’ve ever played through
Crimes and Punishments looks pretty, but its case conclusions are more circumstantial than elementary.
This faithful homage to the '85 original doesn’t bring the replay value expected in the post-coin-op era.