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76.2 average score
80 median score
54.8% of games recommended
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Jan 25, 2010

In the end I have to give League of Legends a mixed review.

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Unscored - World of Tanks
Apr 5, 2012

It’s fun, it’s fairly easy to play, and it draws you back with a need to get better, and better.

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Unscored - Torchlight II
Sep 19, 2012

Runic and Perfect World have given us everything we’ve asked for – I can’t think of a single game that can make that claim in recent memory.

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90 / 100 - Okami HD
Jan 8, 2013

You could just plow through the story and ignore a lot of the side stuff and be completely happy. In fact, you'll probably get a good 20 plus hours out of that. However, if you choose to feed all the animals, collect all the treasures, complete the bestiary and find all the beads you'll find it very rewarding without being too tedious.

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85 / 100 - Fez
Apr 30, 2013

For $10, FEZ is one of the most solid “must-buy” titles in the indie game scene.

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87 / 100 - Rogue Legacy
Jun 28, 2013

Rogue Legacy is one of the shiniest gems to come out of the Steam Greenlight program – it really does a fantastic job of mixing the better parts of a Roguelike experience with a solid 2D platformer, with a whole lot of polish on top of it all.

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98 / 100 - Rayman Legends
Aug 30, 2013

Whether you're a rabid fan of platforming games or you've grown disillusioned with them over the years, Rayman Legends has the charm and gameplay to leave you enthralled.

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83 / 100 - Ironclad Tactics
Sep 30, 2013

While the awkwardness of the campaign mode's storyline is unfortunate, the game more than justifies its cost in terms of inventive mechanics, a refreshing setting and a well-thought-out realtime tactical system – all without the looming threat of microtransactions and booster-pack expenditures that so often are matched up with any card-based game.

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80 / 100 - Battlefield 4
Nov 3, 2013

It's frustrating to see the same developer who gave us the decent campaigns of the Bad Company games continue to fall flat with the story modes in the core titles. But while it feels as if DICE is standing still while the industry passes them by in terms of single-player experiences, they continue to innovate and raise the bar for multiplayer warfare. With new game modes, an enhanced interface, evolving maps, and greatly improved small-scale battles, Battlefield 4 continues the franchise's trend of setting the standard for the squad-based multiplayer shooter.

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Nov 5, 2013

Ghosts doesn't leverage the PS4 beyond providing a more visually immersive experience, it stands as a more than capable bridge for the franchise. While the campaign is relatively short at eight hours and at times feels very derivative, the high points really shine and the multiplayer experience continues to set the bar for the genre.

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