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Lego Jurassic World thrives on good-humored nostalgia, but its gameplay is mired in repetition
After Microsoft landed several body blows during its conference earlier that day, Sony had a lot to prove when its executives stepped on stage at E3....
Microsoft needed a good E3. The Xbox One is a powerful, capable console, but a high launch price pushed many prospective buyers into the waiting...
Witcher 3 revels in the depravity of war, offering an engrossing, exciting, time-consuming experience.
Project CARS is an unashamedly punishing racing game, but it’s all the more rewarding as a result
It's violent almost to a fault, but Mortal Kombat X is an incredibly solid fighting game
Battlefield Hardline’s focus on cops and robbers is a big change for the series -- or is it?
Gaming is a medium rife with tropes and recycled ideas. If a particular style, or method, or setting is proven effective, it will be repeated...
Enjoy Empires until you tire of its repetition, then go play something else.
While its beauty deserves to be seen, as a game The Order: 1886 repeatedly stumbles
While great in concept, in practice Evolve is somewhat of a mess
Life is Strange's first episode establishes an intriguing narrative and an engrossing female protagonist
Grim Fandango may not be the most in-depth of remasters, but it’s a genre classic definitely worth revisiting.
The Crew is an immensely frustrating game that fails to live up to its incredible ambition.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is an unashamedly intelligent game