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Once I built a tower, now it's done.
Blasting people is fun, but getting blasted and dying 30 seconds into a round isn’t quite as cool.
Despite a visual downgrade, this port is worth your time.
Machine Games' return isn't as extensive as The New Order but still offers a bloody good time.
Project CARS delivers the racing experience of the generation.
Maybe if I slap my Orcs some more they’ll notice they’re supposed to be fighting that enemy two inches awa...
Double Fine's crowd-funded adventure is finally available in complete form. Does it live up to the hype?
Mario vs Donkey Kong games are usually great fun to play. There have been a lot of them over the years, and ... Read More
Undead Labs' zombie survival romp still rules the damned, albeit it with some issues.
Another Etrian crossover manages to get it mostly right.
If committing the First Sin is wrong, I don’t want to be right.
Kiwami isn't bringing Toukiden into a new age, but newcomers are going to find a lot to dig into.
Test your might.
All of the guns, none of the story your favorite first person shooter games offer.
Return to Pandora, where the mayhem never ends.
RIDE'S solid gameplay overrides its performance flaws.
“Who’s the master of unlocking now?”
Going in solo is like serving time in the stockade, but buddy up and hitting terra firma is a hell of a ride.