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8 / 10.0 - Psychonauts
Feb 13, 2006

What's unavoidable is the fact that almost all of the problems that weigh Psychonauts down are borne out of the legacy that the platform genre itself has, and Double Fine - like so many other developers - has largely been unable to avoid falling into the same pitfalls of inconsistent level design and unwise difficulty spikes. Dammit.

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Nov 27, 2009

More time, heart and money has gone into this than any other free game I can remember playing, and I think Riot Games is going to make good on its promise of post-release development. Until further notice, this is the DOTA game you should be playing.

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8 / 10 - RUSH
Dec 9, 2010

Once you're onto the medium levels and beyond, you'll be cajoled into smack-talking the level designers and laughing like a drain when it all slots into place, as if you're exacting some strange form of revenge by solving their unseemly riddle. It's that kind of game.

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Jan 21, 2011

As a standalone online action game – albeit one with improved missions and realistic content pricing – DCUO would almost certainly fare better in the final analysis. But this is a subscription MMO. As such, it needs to be compelling enough to draw you into the world for months – if not years – to come, and reward the significant investment of your time and money. Without changes to some fundamental aspects of the game, it's hard to imagine that the potential for that longevity exists.

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100 / 100 - Minecraft
Nov 18, 2011

The defining game of the last ten years is also one of the most surprising. Minecraft is unmissable.

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Nov 29, 2011

The game is progressing well and constantly seeing new maps and new tanks added, with a whole slew of French units soon to be released.

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No Recommendation / Blank - Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy+
Dec 15, 2011

Plane crazy.

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The core of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is a reminder that quality can be permanent rather than fleeting, and the new additions give us new reasons to take interest and - hopefully - another way in for people who are ready for something different.

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9 / 10 - Torchlight II
Sep 24, 2012

It's a colourful, heartfelt and well-judged spin on one of the most reliably engrossing genres knocking around.

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6 / 10 - Neverwinter
Jul 11, 2013

Then again, if that's all the freedom you need, then Neverwinter is a free, easy and very, very simple game that you can put as much time into as you like.

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