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Do you ever think back to a time when games were simply games? Where the sole purpose of a game’s story was to drive home the gameplay, and gameplay is what defined a game’s quality? Shovel Knight, the old-school, 8-bit styled side-scrolling action game by Yacht Club Games, hearkens back to those...

The tutorial level was a bad omen. Too scripted, too loud, with quotes from series darling Symphony of the Night wedged in for the sake of wedged-in quotes,...

Tearaway is the best game available on PlayStation’s handheld. There are other great games (Muramasa Rebirth, Killzone Mercenary, Lego Lord of the...

Telltale Games has done it again. The master of contemporary point-and-click adventure games has produced another excellent combination of video game...

Super Mario 3D Land for Nintendo 3DS thrilled me in ways I haven’t felt since… well, since Super Mario Galaxy 2 for Wii. Or Galaxy 1. Or...

Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller draws to a close with its fourth series entry, The Cain Killer. Everything players have been building toward in previous...

Video games employ a fairly regular cast when building its heroes. Super-soldiers and ninjas run rampant on our consoles and PCs, but we get something...

Beyond: Two Souls, Quantic Dream’s new cinematic third-person PS3 adventure game, was playable with the option of one of two demos: Somalia or...

Heavy Rain feels like a clinical depression served up in a shoebox. Possibly that’s what David Cage intended it to be–and more than a million...

The early stages of Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller Episode 3: The Oracle don’t lead you to believe that the unfolding mystery will continue to...

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