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  • Homeworld Remastered Collection

    ‘Homeworld Remastered’ Review

    ‘Homeworld’ and ‘Homeworld 2′ are back in this ‘Remastered’ collection to give the next generation of gamers a chance to Experience one of the pioneers of the 3D strategy genre.

    by Denny Connolly | 19 hours ago  |  2 Comments

  • Helldivers Review

    ‘Helldivers’ Review

    ‘Helldivers’ is an isometric co-op shooter that favors challenge and strategy over all else, and despite a lack of variety is extremely satisfying when played with friends.

    by Anthony Taormina | 23 hours ago  |  No Comments

  • OlliOlli2 Review

    ‘OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood’ Review

    Although ‘OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood’ doesn’t reinvent the wheel as the original game did, as a continuation of last year’s skating brilliance it definitely succeeds.

    by Jasmine Henry | 3 days ago  |  No Comments

  • ScreamRide Review

    Review: ‘ScreamRide’ Offers Fun Thrills & Variety in Bite-Sized Form

    ‘ScreamRide’ lets player’s latent roller coaster fantasies free, indulging every creative and borderline sadistic idea with arcade-style, high score-focused gameplay.

    by Anthony Taormina | 4 days ago  |  No Comments

  • Lost Constellation

    Review: ‘Lost Constellation’ Teases ‘Night in the Woods’ but Satisfies as a Standalone Experience

    Lost Constellation, a supplemental game to the upcoming Night in the Woods, is a piece of beautifully written and designed point-and-click folklore that feels like a creepy bedtime story.

    by Melissa Loomis | 1 week ago  |  No Comments

  • Evolve

    Review: ‘Evolve’ Works Well With a Coordinated Team, But Replay Value is Limited

    When ‘Evolve’ hits all the right notes it succeeds at delivering a tense and dynamic boss battles, but if just one thing goes wrong it loses its appeal rather quickly.

    by Anthony Taormina | 1 week ago  |  3 Comments

  • Hatoful Boyfriend

    ‘Hatoful Boyfriend’ Review

    ‘Hatoful Boyfriend’ is a bizarre, sometimes heartwarming, sometimes terrifying adventure where you can also date a variety of birds. Yes, you can date birds.

    by Melissa Loomis | 2 weeks ago  |  No Comments

  • 'Kirby and the Rainbow Curse' Review

    ‘Kirby and the Rainbow Curse’ Review

    The Wii U gamepad is the best and worst thing about ‘Kirby and the Rainbow Curse,’ as it facilitates the game’s stylus-based platforming while also crimping Kirby’s considerable style.

    by Christopher Gates | 2 weeks ago  |  No Comments

  • The Order: 1886

    ‘The Order: 1886′ Review

    ‘The Order: 1886′ is bursting with creativity when it comes to design, narrative, and setting, but its gameplay is far too linear and derivative to be worth a full price purchase.

    by Anthony Taormina | 2 weeks ago  |  12 Comments

  • Minutes Review

    ‘Minutes’ Review

    ‘Minutes’ might be a minimalist game, but it’s not a simple one, and while Red Phantom Games’ latest can be beaten in an hour, it’ll last most gamers much longer.

    by Christopher Gates | 3 weeks ago  |  1 Comment

  • Device 6

    Review: ‘Device 6′ Game Alternately Delights and Frustrates Mobile Users

    ‘Device 6′ may look like a slightly more interactive e-book at a glance, but its difficult puzzles and engaging story will draw players in and keep them there.

    by Melissa Loomis | 3 weeks ago  |  No Comments

  • Super Galaxy Squadron

    ‘Super Galaxy Squadron’ Review

    ‘Super Galaxy Squadron’ doesn’t reinvent the traditional shoot ‘em up, but accessible, arcade-style combat provides a fun diversion for gamers of all levels.

    by Christopher Gates | 4 weeks ago  |  No Comments

  • Game of Thrones: Episode 2

    ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 1 Episode 2 – ‘Lost Lords’ Review

    The second episode of ‘Game of Thrones’ brings players plenty of action, and a string of intense choices which dramatically impact the stature of House Forrester by the end of the episode.

    by John Jacques | 1 month ago  |  4 Comments

  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D

    ‘The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D’ Review

    Despite suffering from some frustrating camera issues, ‘The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D’ is the must-own remake Nintendo’s fans have been waiting for.

    by Riley Little | 1 month ago  |  No Comments

  • Dying Light

    ‘Dying Light’ Review

    ‘Dying Light’ hides all of its best gameplay behind a frustratingly steep learning curve and boring fetch quests, but shows potential once players dig a little deeper.

    by Anthony Taormina | 1 month ago  |  14 Comments

  • Grim Fandango Remastered

    ‘Grim Fandango Remastered’ Review

    Long beloved as one of LucasArts’ best adventure games, ‘Grim Fandango’ receives a brand new remaster keeping the original spirit – and difficulty – intact.

    by Andrew Dyce | 1 month ago  |  No Comments

  • Framed

    ‘Framed’ Review

    Loveshack Entertainment’s debut, ‘Framed,’ brings comic book sensibilities, beautiful artwork and inventive storytelling to set a high bar for what iPhone games can do.

    by Melissa Loomis | 1 month ago  |  2 Comments

  • Jazzpunk

    ‘Jazzpunk’ Review

    Developer Necrophone Games and publisher Adult Swim deliver the ultimate playground in ‘Jazzpunk’, a game that lacks polish but makes up for it with a focus on fun.

    by Christopher Gates | 1 month ago  |  3 Comments

  • Shovel Knight

    ‘Shovel Knight’ Review

    ‘Shovel Knight’, from Yacht Club Games, is a well-crafted love letter to the 8-bit era of gaming, as well as being a fantastic and addictive 2D platformer.

    by Rob Gordon | 1 month ago  |  4 Comments

  • Threes!

    ‘Threes!’ Review

    One of the breakout mobile hits of 2014, ‘Threes!’ provides charming, easy and accessible fun – but its gameplay is far too simple for it to be a real time sink.

    by Jasmine Henry | 1 month ago  |  No Comments

  • Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell

    ‘Saints Row: Gat out of Hell’ Review

    ‘Saints Row: Gat out of Hell’ offers more goofy open world antics on the back of some cool design ideas, but is limited in terms of scope and gameplay variety.

    by Anthony Taormina | 1 month ago  |  3 Comments

  • The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

    ‘The Vanishing of Ethan Carter’ Review

    The Vanishing of Ethan Carter’s gorgeous visuals, intimate story in intense mysteries make it an easy recommendation despite some mediocre mechanics and voice acting.

    by Rob Keyes | 2 months ago  |  3 Comments

  • Resident Evil HD Remaster

    ‘Resident Evil HD’ Review

    The game that launched the ‘Resident Evil’ series’ HD overhaul brings it up to date for newcomers, but doesn’t change enough to make it worthwhile for veterans.

    by Andrew Dyce | 2 months ago  |  5 Comments

  • Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft

    ‘Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft’ Review

    ‘Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft’ provides endless hours digital card entertainment with familiar Blizzard lore and mechanics at a price that is as cheap as you want it to be.

    by Denny Connolly | 2 months ago  |  1 Comment

  • 'Defenders of Time' Review

    ‘Defenders of Time’ Review

    Rapid-fire tower defense game ‘Defenders of Time’ has the polish to stand out in a crowded genre, but key flaws may limit its appeal to a niche audience.

    by Aaron Leach | 2 months ago  |  No Comments

  • Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris

    ‘Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris’ Review

    ‘Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris’ is a suitable successor to Crystal Dynamics’ isometric adventure game, but does little to impress.

    by Anthony Taormina | 2 months ago  |  No Comments

  • Super Mega Baseball

    ‘Super Mega Baseball’ Review

    Metalhead’s PlayStation exclusive ‘Super Mega Baseball’ offers an approachable title for even beginner gamers – with a difficulty system sure to challenge seasoned players.

    by T.J. Lauerman | 2 months ago  |  1 Comment

  • Jackbox Party Pack

    ‘Jackbox Party Pack’ Review

    The ‘Jackbox Party Pack’ offers tremendous value and seemingly endless entertainment. It’s a must-buy for anyone’s party game collection this holiday.

    by Anthony Taormina | 3 months ago  |  No Comments

  • Phoenix Wright Trilogy

    ‘Phoenix Wright Trilogy’ Review

    The Phoenix Wright Trilogy successfully brings the compelling mysteries and bizarre humor of the originals to the 3DS with graphical updates and is a must-play for gamers up for lots of reading and little action.

    by Denny Connolly | 3 months ago  |  1 Comment

  • WWE 2K15

    ‘WWE 2K15′ Review

    Sporting new looks and a handful of new mechanics, WWE makes its way onto the new consoles with ‘WWE 2K15′ where risky design choices knock the series out of champion status.

    by Aaron Leach | 3 months ago  |  No Comments

  • Game of Thrones: Episode 1

    ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 1 Premiere – ‘Iron From Ice’ Review

    Despite graphical hiccups and some decisions that don’t affect the end result, the series premiere of Telltale’s ‘Game of Thrones’ is worth the journey.

    by John Jacques | 3 months ago  |  No Comments

  • Assassin's Creed Rogue

    ‘Assassin’s Creed Rogue’ Review

    With a story hampered by familiar mechanics, ‘Assassin’s Creed Rogue’ is a worthwhile adventure for only the most devoted of fans.

    by Andrew Dyce | 3 months ago  |  No Comments

  • Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

    ‘Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker’ Review

    ‘Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker’ is bursting with charm and fun-filled puzzles, but it’s a little light on content.

    by Riley Little | 3 months ago  |  No Comments

  • Tales From The Borderlands: Zer0 Sum

    ‘Tales from the Borderlands: Episode 1′ Review

    ‘Tales From The Borderlands’ brings the franchise’s trademark humor to a new genre – even if it’s not what Telltale fans have come to expect.

    by Andrew Dyce | 3 months ago  |  4 Comments

  • LittleBigPlanet 3

    ‘LittleBigPlanet 3′ Review

    ‘LittleBigPlanet 3′ shows flashes of potential to current-gen gamers but comes across as a proof of concept more than anything else.

    by Anthony Taormina | 3 months ago  |  No Comments

  • Dragon Age: Inquisition

    ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ Review

    With ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ BioWare delivers the very best entry in the series – and one of their best RPGs – to date.

    by Andrew Dyce | 3 months ago  |  23 Comments

  • Far Cry 4

    ‘Far Cry 4′ Review

    ‘Far Cry 4′ doesn’t change up the gameplay from ‘Far Cry 3,’ but it does present a fascinating new world full of places to explore and stories to uncover.

    by Hannah Shaw-Williams | 3 months ago  |  4 Comments

  • World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor

    ‘World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor’ Review

    After a less than impressive beta, ‘World of Warcraft’ wins us over with Warlords of Draenor’s’ engrossing orc-centric story.

    by Denny Connolly | 3 months ago  |  No Comments

  • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

    ‘Super Smash Bros. for Wii U’ Review

    The definitive installment of the fan-favorite fighting franchise has established itself on the Nintendo’s latest home console in the form of the appropriately titled ‘Super Smash Bros. for Wii U’.

    by Riley Little | 4 months ago  |  10 Comments

  • LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

    ‘LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham’ Review

    ‘LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham’ offers more solid LEGO puzzle platforming with a cast DC Comics fans will love.

    by Anthony Taormina | 4 months ago  |  1 Comment

  • Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire

    ‘Pokemon Omega Ruby’ and ‘Alpha Sapphire’ Review

    ‘Pokemon Omega Ruby’ and ‘Alpha Sapphire’ make for a nostalgic trip down memory lane, while still keeping the games current with a number of new additions.

    by Riley Little | 4 months ago  |  11 Comments

  • Five Nights At Freddy's 2

    ‘Five Nights At Freddy’s 2′ Review

    ‘Five Night’s At Freddy’s 2′ welcomes players back to a night shift they can’t stay away from, and delivers more jump scares than ever.

    by John Jacques | 4 months ago  |  11 Comments

  • Halo: The Master Chief Collection

    ‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ Review – in Progress

    Read our review of ‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ to see if the collected saga does its hero (and history) proud on Xbox One.

    by Andrew Dyce | 4 months ago  |  7 Comments

  • Assassin's Creed Unity

    ‘Assassin’s Creed Unity’ Review

    ‘Assassin’s Creed Unity’ builds a new foundation for the franchise’s future despite failing to set a new standard.

    by Andrew Dyce | 4 months ago  |  18 Comments

  • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

    ‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’ Review

    ‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’ doesn’t change the franchise’s identity, but its near future setting and tech help make the component parts exciting again.

    by Anthony Taormina | 4 months ago  |  8 Comments

  • Lords of the Fallen

    ‘Lords of the Fallen’ Review

    ‘Lords of the Fallen’ attempts to put a fresh spin on the ‘Dark Souls’ system by turning down the difficulty and turning up the cutting-edge graphics.

    by Denny Connolly | 4 months ago  |  2 Comments

  • Bayonetta 2

    ‘Bayonetta 2′ Review

    In many ways, ‘Bayonetta 2′ comes close to being a masterclass in hack and slash style, but is invariably held back by some of the genre’s usual flaws.

    by Ryan Blanchard | 4 months ago  |  No Comments

  • Crusader Kings 2: Charlemagne

    ‘Crusader Kings 2: Charlemagne’ Review

    The ‘Crusader Kings 2: Charlemagne’ expansion brings a hundred more years of war to players along with new features but isn’t a must-have for casual fans.

    by John Jacques | 4 months ago  |  No Comments

  • Sunset Overdrive

    ‘Sunset Overdrive’ Review

    Every facet of ‘Sunset Overdrive’ is bursting with personality, and despite some faults it’s still a must-play on Xbox One.

    by Anthony Taormina | 4 months ago  |  8 Comments

  • Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

    ‘Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel’ Review

    ‘Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel’ offers more story for hardcore fans but plays like a dated clone of the older games, trading polish for gimmicks.

    by Rob Keyes | 4 months ago  |  3 Comments

  • Civilization: Beyond Earth

    ‘Civilization: Beyond Earth’ Review

    While ‘Civilization: Beyond Earth’ retains the familiar formula of its predecessor, Firaxis makes enough changes to keep it fresh.

    by Matt Rowland | 4 months ago  |  No Comments

  • NBA 2K15

    ‘NBA 2K15′ Review

    ‘NBA 2K15′ takes center court to deliver much of what fans love about the series but is held down by a lack of polish and continuous server issues.

    by Aaron Leach | 5 months ago  |  2 Comments

  • The Evil Within

    ‘The Evil Within’ Review

    ‘The Evil Within’ has some rich and interesting imagery, but its story and gameplay are disappointingly derivative.

    by Hannah Shaw-Williams | 5 months ago  |  20 Comments

  • Project Spark

    ‘Project Spark’ Review

    Microsoft’s ‘Project Spark’ may not deliver an amazing default campaign, but it does offer one of the best amateur game creation studios we’ve ever seen.

    by Denny Connolly | 5 months ago  |  No Comments

  • Alien: Isolation

    ‘Alien: Isolation’ Review

    ‘Alien: Isolation’ evokes the atmosphere and tension of the movies, but inconsistent xenomorph AI and antiquated design turn fear into frustration.

    by Anthony Taormina | 5 months ago  |  20 Comments

  • DriveClub

    ‘DriveClub’ Review

    ‘DriveClub’ is an easily recommendable and beautiful next-gen racer even if it’s lacking in customization options, cars and innovation.

    by Rob Keyes | 5 months ago  |  2 Comments

  • Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

    ‘Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor’ Review

    ‘Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor’ combines familiar combat tricks and trademark Tolkien scenery with a unique Nemesis system to deliver one of the best new-gen experiences of the year.

    by Denny Connolly | 5 months ago  |  11 Comments

  • Super Smash Bros. for 3DS

    ‘Super Smash Bros. for 3DS’ Review

    ‘Super Smash Bros. for 3DS’ is a content-heavy, nostalgia-packed blast that allows players to take the beloved fighting game series on the go.

    by Riley Little | 5 months ago  |  3 Comments

  • FIFA 15

    ‘FIFA 15′ Review

    ‘FIFA 15′ represents a significant leap forward for the series and offers one of the the best soccer experiences from EA Sports.

    by Anthony Taormina | 5 months ago  |  5 Comments

  • Hyrule Warriors

    ‘Hyrule Warriors’ Review

    ‘Hyrule Warriors’ delivers plenty of fan service for ‘The Legend of Zelda’ fans but fails to provide a compelling reason to keep playing.

    by Riley Little | 5 months ago  |  7 Comments