Adam Rosenberg


53 games reviewed
73.8 average score
80 median score
52.8% of games recommended

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Adam Rosenberg
Mar 18, 2015

Battlefield Hardline is a two-pronged success, with a killer cops-and-robbers story backed by a speedy take on competitive play.

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Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is a weird and beautiful game, but it's an odd fit for the Wii U.

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Adam Rosenberg
Feb 18, 2015

The Order: 1886 is a dull, plodding experience that's beautiful to behold but spends too little time giving players a reason to stick around.

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The Dark Below is all about adding more stuff to Destiny. If you've reached the endgame and you're still enjoying yourself, consider this essential.

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Lego Batman 3 is dumb fun, just like every other Lego game released in the last 10 years, but fans should be expecting more by now.

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Adam Rosenberg
Nov 23, 2014

Far Cry 4 is at its best when you ignore the story and focus on the open world's beautiful, living take on unhinged chaos.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition is an incredible game -- one that's almost too big for its own good.

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Packed with content and freshly remastered, Halo: The Master Chief Collection is the definitive celebration of a series and its fans.

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Sledgehammer Games finds freshness in familiar territory, delivering the best Call of Duty game in years.

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Adam Rosenberg
Oct 26, 2014

Sunset Overdrive is the uncontested Xbox One system-seller in Microsoft's fall 2014 lineup.

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Borderlands is a game of deadly math, but the numbers don't quite add up in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.

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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor nears perfection, but the demands of a scripted narrative work against its freeform structure.

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Adam Rosenberg
Sep 30, 2014

Forza Horizon 2 is light on challenge, heavy on fun, delivering one of the most exciting and enjoyable racing games in years.

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Adam Rosenberg
Sep 21, 2014

The Sims 4 killed my girlfriend with fire. It's the same quirky, oddball good time it's always been.

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Adam Rosenberg
Sep 19, 2014

Lichdom: Battlemage is a fun magic-driven shooter with a deep crafting system, but repetition creeps in across its 20-plus-hour playing time.

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Adam Rosenberg
Sep 16, 2014

NHL 15 offers stepped up physics and superb visuals, but it's a regression for the series due to a significant number of missing features.

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Adam Rosenberg
Sep 15, 2014

Destiny is a good game, but not a great one. You'll want to spend tens of hours with it, but you'll wish certain things could be better all the while.

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The Walking Dead: Season 2 is a triumph of interactive storytelling, from beginning to end.

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Adam Rosenberg
Aug 27, 2014

EA Tiburon delivers a Madden game to be proud of in Madden NFL 15, thanks in large part to a clear emphasis on bringing new fans into the fold.

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Adam Rosenberg
Aug 26, 2014

Infamous: First Light is all gameplay no heart. The action that made Second Son feel so tight is back, but it lacks the earlier game's excellent story and design.

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