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Alienware's smallest gaming laptop gets a significant overhaul, but does it trump the competition?
The aftermath of the Razor Rain leads to a surprising new resident of Defiance. But is he friend or foe?
Night of the Rabbit is a fairy tale: whimsical, wondrous, brimming with talking animals, hidden dangers, and a hundred reasons to lose a few hours to its depths.
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing can't quite go toe-to-toe with heavyweights like Diablo III, Torchlight II, and Path of Exile, but – against all odds – it's still a worthwhile, fun, and occasionally innovative hack 'n' slas...
David Brevik's Marvel-themed follow-up to Diablo II has arrived, but is it a heroic enterprise or a villainous waste of time?
Though a bit sterile and unforgiving, Wargame: AirLand Battle is a deep, rewarding endeavor worthy of any strategy nut's time.
A prime example of how to create a tight, unforgettable gaming experience.
It's been a long road, but with Legendary Heroes this fantasy 4X adventure series has finally found what makes it great.
After a five year hiatus can Grid 2 claw its way back into pole position?
Thunder Wolves delivers intense, arcadey helicopter combat. Then it delivers it again.
A catastrophic wreck, and one of the worst games of 2013.
This complex 2D god game works in mysterious ways.
Nolan stepped back into the spotlight this week as an old war buddy came to town. Are two grizzled lawmen better than one?
It still gives good scares, but turning up the resolution doesn't do it any favors.
Anomaly is back with another unique spin on tower defense. But does the brand-new multiplayer mode manage to feel like more than a gimmick?
An intoxicating blend of co-op FPS action and strategic tower defense.
Metro: Last Light is fun to play on console, but if you have a choice, you'll want to pick it up on PC in lieu of Xbox 360 or PS3.
Trouble strikes at home and abroad as more light is shed on Irisa's past. How did this week's episode measure up?
A space 4X game with a deep empty blackness where its heart should be.
A great wall of learning stands between this stunning MMO version of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and greatness.