Pokemon Go Review

Pokemon Go, described in simple terms, is a clever concept: Walk to real-life locations called PokeStops marked on a map…

Carmageddon: Max Damage Review

Back in the late ‘90s, Carmageddon’s open-world, pedestrian-squashing racing mechanics were fresh, exciting, and hilarious. And to its credit, the…

Grow Up Review
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Gliding is a fun way to get around, but it makes the climbing feel trivial. I didn’t want to live…

Song of the Deep Review

When’s the last time you remember playing a game with good underwater controls? Ecco the Dolphin, maybe? It’s incredibly rare…

BoxBoxBoy! Review

BoxBoxBoy! will sneak up on you. With rudimentary platforming and one box-building mechanic, you’ll feel like a master only six…

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review

The Force Awakens must be magic. First it reinvigorated Star Wars after a string of duds, and now it’s given…

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Review
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Papers, please. The nuts and bolts of the latest Deus Ex game probably won’t surprise you at this point. It…

No Man’s Sky Review
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No Man’s Sky feels like it’s been in the public consciousness for an eternity. In reality, it’s closer to two-and-a-half…

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness Review

The key moment of Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness happens about an hour in, when a hulking spaceship roars out…

Inside Review

The first 10 minutes of Inside, the long-awaited Limbo follow-up from developer Playdead, swing between being beautiful, haunting, and terrifying….

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