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The Dead Island series returns with more of the same -- which is good and bad news.
Hutt Cartel is an action-packed journey to an impressive new world – but is there enough of it?
With PC ports come better textures, bug fixes, and more, but is Papo & Yo all that much better now than it was?
Simple but inventive mechanics and challenging weaponry set ShootMania apart from standard arena shooters.
A return to Arkane's incredible world, but from a whole new perspective. Say hello to the bad guy.
Defiance has had a rough launch, but our review is finally done. See what we thought here.
We've seen first episode of Defiance, and while it has potential, it's more than a little rough around the edges.
It's a micromanager's dream, but lacks the smooth UI needed to make all that information digestible.
Warframe's co-op missions are repetitive, but it makes it quite fun to kill things and watch them die.
LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite screened at WonderCon. Is it worth watching if you've already seen the cutscenes from the game?
Though the campaign is short, Incredipede is a wonderfully inventive puzzler with a wealth of user-generated content.
The Razer Edge can run Crysis 3, but is it worth the cash? Read our comprehensive review and find out.
A tough little platformer that gleefully cuts through its retro aesthetic to offer fast-paced modern thrills.
Will the long-awaited sequel to the memorable first-person shooter leave you feeling as sky-high as its cloud city of Columbia? And what's different about the PC version?
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm is a meaty old-school expansion that gives Kerrigan and her zerg brood a satisfying return.
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 turns the art of sniping into a mostly mundane task. Only serious campers might enjoy this.
The Showdown Effect isn't all style and no substance, but it's definitely weighed disproportionately in favor of the former.
This isn't the popular Kickstarter, but it is a pretty good turn-based tactics game that you can play for free...mostly.
It's time to find out what SimCity is really like behind that infamous login screen.
At last, Commander Shepard gets the sendoff he deserves in the final piece of Mass Effect 3 DLC.