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The Wolf Among Us, Episode 3: A Crooked Mile Review (PC)

The Wolf Among Us, Episode 3: A Crooked Mile Review (PC)

The Wolf Among Us, Episode 3: A Crooked Mile opens immediately after the explosive events that closed out the last episode. Sheriff Bigby Wolf found out that Fabletown Deputy Mayor Ichabod Crane may have been behind the grisly murders that have plagued the city. He also discovered that Ichabod is obsessed ...

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Betrayer Review (PC)

Betrayer Review (PC)

The world of Betrayer is unlike any you have seen in a video game before. A striking black and white world is interrupted with small splashes of red. The sun is blinding in its brilliance, the darkness that much more foreboding for it. You awake in this 17th century world, stranded on ...

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Cloudbuilt Review (PC)

Cloudbuilt Review (PC)

One of the most untapped genres in gaming is the parkour-based platformer. Mirror’s Edge set the bar for what a game focused on movement could be in 2008, and since then, games like Brink and Titanfall have made strides in giving the player maneuverability. But Cloudbuilt is going for something ...

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Battlefield 4: Naval Strike Review (PC)

Battlefield 4: Naval Strike Review (PC)

It must be hard to be an employee at DICE. Having to see your baby Battlefield 4 ushered out the door barely able to stand on its own two legs, much less support 64-player conflicts must have been the most heartbreaking thing they’ve ever had to do. After more than a ...

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Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea, Part 2 Review (PC)

Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea, Part 2 Review (PC)

Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea, Part 2 is the last episode of the Bioshock Infinite DLC series, and indeed the last we’ll ever see of the Bioshock series entirely. We return to Rapture, but this time with the Elizabeth from Burial at Sea, Part 1 – it certainly feels weird ...

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FEZ Review (Vita)

FEZ Review (Vita)

Polytron’s FEZ has come to the PS Vita. The colorful 2D/3D platformer really shines on Sony’s portable gaming device, and helps build a library for the Vita, which has been lackluster to say the least. If you are one of the few to own a PS Vita, then you NEED to own ...

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inFamous: Second Son Review (PS4)

inFamous: Second Son Review (PS4)

inFamous: Second Son is a fluid, action packed experience that really shows off what the PlayStation 4 is capable of. Second Son‘s story doesn’t shine, but the moments of pure joy blasting through your enemies overshadows its flaws. Meet Delsin Rowe, a mid-twenties street artist who resides just outside the ...

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Infested Planet Review (Mac)

Infested Planet Review (Mac)

Traditional real-time strategy games are hard to come by if they aren’t developed by Firaxis. The entire genre can come off as daunting, with micromanaging skills being crucial to success. With Infested Planet, developer Rocket Bear Games look to cast those fears aside. The familiar set up of a small band of soldiers squaring ...

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Dragons and Titans Review (PC)

Dragons and Titans Review (PC)

Dragons and Titans is a game that is easy to pick up, yet very hard to put down. One part MOBA, one part RPG, one part Domination mode in Call Of Duty - this game has something for everyone, and developer WyrmByte made sure that both new MOBA gamers and ...

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Luftrausers Review (PC)

Luftrausers Review (PC)

  Luftrausers is never not epic. That word gets thrown around so much that it has lost some of its meaning, but if any game is more deserving in its intended use, it’s Luftrausers. Never before has a game made dog-fighting so effortlessly fluent, precise, and ridiculously fun. I always ...

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