Warlords of Draenorhas arrived, bringing with it millions of new players, a revitalization to the series gameplay, and a love letter to the history of the franchise.
8.5 out of 10 Review
The first Five Nights at Freddy's was released only a few months ago ago, taking the gaming world by storm with its minimalist and effective approach to horror gaming, and now the sequel's arrived to follow up its frightening predecessor.
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Sunset Overdrive is a lot of things: a third-person shooter with loads of a parkour, a tongue-in-cheek commentary on common video game mechanics, a pop culture powerhouse with loads of inside jokes, and a fresh new way to play with and against your friends.
At first glance, Hail to the King might appear to be nothing but catered fan service to the dead-icated masses who follow Zacky Vengeance, Synyster Gates and the rest of the crew as most other celebrity-associated games have done in the past.
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Defense Grid is back with a new sequel that's bigger, better, and tower defensier than ever before.