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Pac-Man Friends Review (iOS)

Namco Bandai Games
Namco Bandai Games

Pac-Man Friends is a physics based games that brings a refreshing spin to the tried and true franchise. Power pellets and gobbling up ghosts never gets old, but it's refreshing to see Pac-Man explore an entirely new dimension.

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The Walking Dead Pinball Review (PlayStation 4)

Zen Studios
Zen Studios

It's a weird mashup, taking the super-emotional narrative of that game and putting it onto a pinball table, but Zen Studio's take on the zombie-fest is actually a ton of fun that somehow implements the Telltale pedigree choice-based gameplay onto a pinball table.

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Madden NFL 15 Review (PlayStation 4)

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Madden NFL 15 is a game that has preached authenticity, claiming to be the most realistic football simulation ever made. That's a bold statement, and one that the game seems to do a wonderful job of following through on.

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Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Review (PlayStation 4)

oddworld1

There are plenty of games that deserve another shot at the limelight, but there are others that should just stay locked away in our memories, never to return.

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Ærena Review (PC)

Cliffhanger Productions
Cliffhanger Productions

Ærena is a free to play, turn based strategy game which takes us to a future filled with warriors fighting over the titular resource known as Æther. Though the gameplay is by no means sophisticated, Ærena had enough tricks up its sleeve to sustain my interest.

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Civilization Revolution 2 Review (IOS)

Take Two Interactive
Take Two Interactive

After spending some quality time with Civ Rev 2, 2K has proven trying to rule the world is worth it at any cost.

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Storm Casters Review (iOS)

Storm Casters

You've been... Thunderstruck! Though Storm Casters, a twin-stick shooter from developer Get Set Games, doesn't really feature storms, it does have plenty of casters. And loot. And monsters, dungeons, spells, and... booster cards?

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Watch Dogs Review (PlayStation 4)

Watch Dogs
Ubisoft

Ubisoft's ambitious third-person, open world action title has been the talk of the town throughout its development, but did Watch Dogs live up to the hype?

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Sky Force 2014 Review (iOS)

Infinite Dreams
Infinite Dreams

Sky Force celebrates its 10 year anniversary as a mobile game with the new free to play release Sky Force 2014. Fans of scrolling based shooters are in for a treat, especially if non-stop action is on their minds.

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Two Dots Review (iOS)

Two Dots

Two dots are better than one? Why yes, yes they are. One is the loneliest number, after all, so Betaworks One developed a follow-up to the simply-named game, Dots: A Game About Connecting, and logically called this sequel Two Dots.

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