Guns and Cards: Leap of Fate review

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Once a niche genre, roguelike games are now ubiquitous on Steam - and it's becoming harder and harder for any one to stand out from the pack. Leap of Fate by …

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A second chance at greatness: Minecraft: Story Mode “Order Up!” review

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[The following is part five of our ongoing Minecraft: Story Mode review. Check out part four here.] One has to wonder what form Minecraft: Story Mode's fifth episode would have …

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A step forward — The Walking Dead: Michonne “Give No Shelter” review

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[The following is part two of our ongoing review of The Walking Dead: Michonne. Check out part one here] In its second act, The Walking Dead: Michonne manages to pull …

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Mission pack, engage — StarCraft 2: Nova Covert Ops review

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The Ghost is one of the more intriguing unit types in the Starcraft universe, as evidenced by the fact that there was almost a full-fledged game produced around it called …

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A time-bender where choices matter — Quantum Break review

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When Remedy Entertainment hits, they hit hard. Max Payne was fantastic, Alan Wake sent shivers up our spines, and now the studio has delivered their most ambitious game to date. …

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Stick the landing — MLB The Show 16 review

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One of the most important aspects of playing a sport is to get up after falling on your face. Last year, Sony's beloved MLB franchise The Show took its first …

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The Skyrim Library Vol. II: Man, Mer & Beast review

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is as much an open world as it is a story you craft for yourself. Bethesda doesn’t pin you down to any particular path beyond …

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Frustration over fear — UnderDread review

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Though I consider myself a pretty big baby, I’m a sucker for a good horror game. Any time I have the opportunity to review a game that promises to scare …

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Charolette’s Deadly Web- Assassin’s Creed comic series 1-5 review

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In the later part of 2015 Titan comics introduced us to the Assassin’s Creed comic series, which told us the tale of Charlotte ‘Char’ de la Cruz and her adventures …

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Kings or Pawns: PWNs Review

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It’s been 20 years since I was first introduced to the computer game Worms. In the mid-90s, the game seemed innovative and a bit naughty. It was great fun to …

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Simple on the surface, but there is hope – Republique review

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If you’ve been waiting to join the Republique because you wanted to binge play all of the episodes, then the PS4 version is the one you’ve been waiting for. The …

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Overcoming the odds — Trillion: God of Destruction review

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The idea of holding out against an unstoppable force, standing against overwhelming odds and just barely being able to survive is admirable, and rarely done well in games. Maybe it’s …

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