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Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Review (iOS)


Porting games to mobile can sometimes lead to a diminished experience, but with Hearthstone, Blizzard has faithfully ported its CCG, providing an almost identical experience.

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Titanfall Review (Xbox 360)


We already saw the company’s grand debut on the Xbox One, but how does the experience hold up on the Xbox 360?

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The Wolf Among Us, Episode 3: A Crooked Mile Review (Xbox 360)

wolf among us ep 3 crooked mile

We take an in-depth look at the latest chapter in Telltale's ongoing Fables saga, The Wolf Among Us.

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Monument Valley Review (iOS)

Monument Valley

Though the adventure may not last very long, it is certainly one you’ll enjoy taking and exploring.

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Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Review (PC)

Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls

Loot addicts rejoice, the equipment-grind of Diablo III has returned in full force with a variety of upgrades in its huge expansion, Reaper of Souls.

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FTL: Faster Than Light Review (iOS)


Randomized brutality seems to be all the rage with indie games as of late. The iOS adaptation of the PC hit FTL: Faster Than Light takes the harsh elements of the sci-fi roguelike and brings them to touch platforms everywhere, allowing more gamers than ever before to relish in the feeling of having their spaceships repeatedly obliterated by a harsh, uncaring universe.

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Dark Souls II Review (PlayStation 3)

Dark Souls II

Dark Souls and Demon’s Souls have become badges of honor amongst gamers. They transplanted the insane difficulty from the golden age consoles and spackled it in beautiful and gothic 3D graphics. They proved that gamers have gotten lazy and complacent with their new games that hand hold them all the way through right to the very end, all the while telling them which button to press. Their success is just as irrational as our love for them. Murderously hard games that make no apologies became best-sellers? Sounds impossible in the current landscape, but they proved that there was a thirst for a bit of punishment.

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South Park: The Stick of Truth Review (PlayStation 3)

South Park: The Stick of Truth Review
Obsidian Entertainment

With enough on-screen content to count as the eighteenth season of the animated series, The Stick of Truth does not hold back in delivering the infamous, over-the-top, satirical comedy we have come to know and love from 'South Park.' So let's join Cartman, Butters, Stan, Kyle, Timmy, Clyde, Mr. Garrison, Jesus, Mr. Slave, Randy Marsh and the rest of South Park's citizens and see how well Obsidian did in bringing this insane town to life.

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The Walking Dead: Season Two, Episode Two Review (PC)

The Walking Dead: Season Two - Episode Two

We continue our adventures with the young Clementine, a girl who’s forced to grow up all too quickly thanks to the zombie apocalypse. When we last left Clem, she had just found a new group of survivors to stay with in a cabin in the woods. Though they

Mines of Mars Review (iOS)

Mines of Mars
Crescent Moon Games

Metroid, Castlevania and The Swapper are some of the classics that heavily inspire this WickyWare flagship title. Fortunately, Mines of Mars efficiently caters to these inspirations while efficiently building on its own mythos and unique style of gameplay.

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