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A gorgeous shooter with a strong core and lots of customization, but way tougher to get into than it should be.
A crazy spin on Team Fortress 2’s proven formula, but major matchmaking problems derail the fun.
The first half is a non-stop deluge of gags and entertaining minigames, but it can't keep up that pace.
Does the second act of The Wolf Among Us build upon the strong start? Here's our review.
A brutal, minimalist depiction of urban paranoia that brings out the worst in its players.
A simple, fast online shooter with a complete disregard for balance, quality, or innovation.
Octodad revels in its brand of absurdist physical comedy, but also tells a touching tale.
Except for its muddled progression system, this tactical RPG gets a lot of things right.
Might and Magic X: Legacy marks a welcome break from the contemporary focus on story-driven RPGs by delivering gridded turn-based combat that largely works.
Insurgency is smartly camped on a spawn point between Counter-Strike and Red Orchestra.
Consortium is a game of great ideas in search of a story that deserves them
After debuting on the PS Vita months ago, Zen Studios’ kung fu-themed rhythm fighter KickBeat has finally landed on Steam. Has it gotten any better?
Aveline may be an interesting protaginist, but Assassin's Creed Liberation HD still has too many problems.
The first act of Double Fine's Kickstarter reminds me why I fell in love with adventure games in the first place.
Nidhogg's sword-fighting is exhilarating and exquisitely balanced. Against friends, its appeal is perhaps limitless.
This artsy yet challenging game is as weird as its title suggests, and surprisingly clever as well.
A beautiful, brutal tactical RPG. Come for the battles, but stay for the art and musical score.
How does tinyBuild's "Roguelike Stealth Furniture-Eating Simulator" hold up?
Platinum Games' insane, awesome Metal Gear spinoff has arrived on PC. Is it more than a throwaway port?
The classic adventure series thrills us once again in the first half of Broken Sword 5.