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This is not simply "more Call of Duty." This is a step towards new beginnings for the most gaming's biggest annualized franchise.
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A peaceful experience, though one that might be a bit daunting for newcomers to the series.
Painkiller: Hell & Damnation isn't hell to play, but it's rough around the edges.
This adventure is darkly satisfying but suffers from questionable and frustrating design choices
In what must count as a minor miracle, both dinosaurs and humans feel balanced in this online shooter.
While tough to pick up, Natural Selection 2 does a great job at integrating RTS gameplay into a fun asymmetrical multiplayer game.
Can the king of the dugout retain its crown?
Pid -- the all new downloadable puzzle-platformer -- is unique and stylish. Unfortunately, it's also held back by a few unavoidable issues.
The Need for Speed franchise returns to the hands of Criterion. But is the series back to its best?
The gratuitous brutality of Chivalry's melee combat teeters between comedic and cathartic.
Dennaton Games delivers an ultraviolent,neon-drenched, fascinating action experience.
Our verdict on Turbine's unique expansion of its ever-evolving world based on Tolkien's epic fantasy.
After 2010's disappointing reboot, how does its spectacular-looking sequel stack up against other modern FPSs?
Ever wondered how a psychotic child sees the world? Harvey's New Eyes gives you a chance to play as one.
Doom 3 was ahead of the curve in 2004 -- has it finally arrived at the right time 8 years later?
A fun Battlestar Galactica game cobbled together by a group of fan modders.
A pretty but unpolished post-apocalyptic shooter from 2 Dawn Games.
Captain’s Booty is not an exceptional follow-up to Borderlands 2, but it gives a good reason to jump back into Pandora.
Some say the laws of gravity are not kind. After motoring through hours…