The third entry in a video game series often acts as a turning point; for some series, it marks the beginning of innovation and refinement, taking what worked about the previous two games and bringing them together in an exciting new way.
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Angry Birds Transformers features our favorite characters as Autobirds and Deceptihogs, and though the pun is downright cheesy, its heart is in the right place.
The crux of the Driveclub experience is in its multiplayer offerings, which foster a great community with your fellow racers online, but only when it works.
Hyrule Warriors lives up to its expectations by having as many nuances and tropes from the Zelda series attached to it as it can, but after the fog of nostalgia clears, the game is found to have its fair share of shortcomings.
Fighting fans who don't mind the cuteness will find a pleasantly surprising amount of depth here.
Bring some friends and bring on the violence! Sacred 3 drops the hammer with multiplayer hack and slash action that’ll have you brawling alongside your buds for hours to come… so long as action is your one (and only) reward.
Clementine’s journey has been a bit disjointed and incredibly harsh, but what else would one expect from the bleak world of The Walking Dead?
The familiar gameplay is still challenging and fun, and these meerkats are way cuter and full of personality than the Lemmings ever were.
Valiant Hearts: The Great War is a fantastic tale grounded deep in actual and awful history, history the game has no problem sharing with you as you play.
Godfire: Rise of Prometheus takes us back into the age of Greek mythology in an action-brawler that in no way resembles that one game series about that super-pissed Spartan.