Previews

The Batman we may want, but not the Telltale game we deserve: Telltale’s Batman Preview

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    For years now, Telltale Games have been adapting numerous and beloved stories into playable narratives that fans and newcomers can enjoy. In many cases, these titles have added something new …

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    Bringing a gun to a spaceship fight: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare preview

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    There are two ways I’ve come to look at Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. One is just as a first person shooter game, measured and considered in its own right, …

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    Taking crazy pills: We Happy Few preview

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    “Happy people have no history.” – Leo Tolstoy This chilling quote opens the We Happy Few demo and immediately sets the tone for what is shaping up to be one …

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    Stealth assasinations at their most beautiful: Aragami preview

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    Aragami is a stealth action game that takes inspiration from other titles like Mark of the Ninja and Tenchu. What separates it from those titles are its beautiful art that …

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    Can’t read my Gwent face: Hands-on with Gwent: The Witcher Card Game

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    Gwent is bigger than it has any reason to be. It was that way in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, where a relatively small card game-turned-side quest became a cult …

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    The platforming revival you’ve been waiting for: Yooka-Laylee preview

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    Since 2000, I’ve been anxiously awaiting another Banjo-Kazooie platformer. As a series that helped define my early gaming years, Rare’s pair of Nintendo 64 collect-a-thons enthralled me with their wonderful …

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    Carving a new path: Hands-on impressions with Agents of Mayhem

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      Throughout their recent creations, Volition has maintained a strict through line with their world, their love for the color purple, and most notably, the off the wall action. When they …

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      Into the wild: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild preview

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      Most Zelda games open with a colorful burst of exposition and character. A humble beginning, an unexpected hero, and a gaudy green tunic; these things are routine for any tale …

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      Telltale’s Batman doesn’t seem to address criticism surrounding the studio

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        Seeing the first thirty minutes of Telltale's upcoming Batman series is strange when you've played nearly everything the studio has put out in the past five years. What I saw …

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        God of War gives Kratos a second chance at sympathy

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        What excites me most about the what we've seen of Sony Santa Monica's new, Norse mythology-based God of War is that it seems conscious of what's been one of the …

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        Watch Dogs 2 preview

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        Hacking is a dangerous business. I recently learned this firsthand during my time with Watch Dogs 2, when I murdered an innocent quest-giver in cold blood. Watch Dogs 2 puts …

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        Team-based precision in an exciting open world: Ghost Recon Wildlands preview

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        Ghost Recon: Wildlands feels like a liberating evolution of the Tom Clancy series’ mission-based structure. It retains familiar themes of the series – preparation, teamwork, and stealth – while opening …

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