Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark is an insultingly overt cross-marketing bid that isn't worth your time.
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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.
Daylight's inherent creepiness is undone by randomly generated elements that dispel the all-important illusion of survival horror.
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.
Borderlands is a game of deadly math, but the numbers don't quite add up in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.
Valiant Hearts: The Great War doesn't do enough with its puzzle-solving gameplay or its story to make the trip worthwhile.
CounterSpy goes heavy on style, by Dynamighty's bid for replayability fizzles around shallow shooting galleries.
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.
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.
Crimson Dragon looks and feels like an Xbox 360 game that's been spit-shined to fatten up the Xbox One's launch lineup of games.
Dead Rising 3's first DLC pack, Operation Broken Eagle, takes a great idea and does little with it that feels fresh or original.
Dead Rising 3's Fallen Angel DLC is better than the first one was, but that still doesn't make it something you need to own.
Child of Light is a beautiful adventure through a whimsical fantasy world, but its story lacks emotional resonance.
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.
VectorCell's 2.5D take on the PC classic Flashback amounts to a good remake, but not a great one.
Dead Rising 3 scores points for its huge zombie hordes and iterative improvements, but it's clear this is a series that could stand to evolve into something more.
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is a weird and beautiful game, but it's an odd fit for the Wii U.
The Sims 4 killed my girlfriend with fire. It's the same quirky, oddball good time it's always been.
Lichdom: Battlemage is a fun magic-driven shooter with a deep crafting system, but repetition creeps in across its 20-plus-hour playing time.
Watch Dogs makes up for a snooze-worthy story with heaping amounts of smartly designed diversions scattered around its gorgeous open world.