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82 games reviewed
77.1 average score
80 median score
63.4% of games recommended
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Nov 28, 2014

In another year, last-gen ports will be a tougher sell. But for now, another go-around in Los Santos with Michael, Franklin and Trevor feels like a good idea.

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In a holiday season rife with games that are riddled by bugs and glitches of all sorts, it's beyond refreshing to know that I can sit down and repeatedly wail on Mario or pummel Samus into submission to my heart's content in lag-free glory. Smashing truly never felt so good.

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To be able to read the emotions of computer-generated characters, rather than having them spell out their feelings through dialogue, is a rare achievement in games.

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[P]ossibly the most impressive thing A Link Between Worlds achieves is constant surprise.

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Jul 9, 2016

Dark puzzler one of the best games of the year

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Feb 25, 2017

Amsterdam-based studio Guerilla Games, best known for PlayStation's grim but visually impressive Killzone franchise, spent more than six years on Horizon Zero Dawn, and it shows: in the beauty of the game's visuals, the depth of its backstory and the tightness of its design. Hopefully this isn't the last we'll see of this high-tech savage land. (Horizon Forbidden West, maybe? Please?)

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Nov 19, 2014

Would it have been great to see Ubisoft crack the conundrum of delivering open-world freedom with an equally unforgettable storyline? It would, and I challenge them to do exactly that with the inevitable Far Cry 5. But until then, this trip to Kyrat is well worth taking.

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It's sometimes tough to sing high praises of a re-release being sold at full price. But with all the improvements, the included expansion, better-than-anticipated performance on consoles and serious bang for your buck, Ultimate Evil Edition is an easy recommend, even if you've already played some Diablo III.

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It's tough to recommend for PS3 players who have already played the game, as the $55 price is a bit steep for some enhanced visuals and a bit of added content. But PlayStation 4 owners who haven't yet experienced The Last of Us absolutely owe it to themselves to pick up this modern classic, and take a journey with Joel and Ellie across the heartbreakingly beautiful ruins of our world.

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Sep 19, 2013

With the release of Rayman Legends, the Wii U continues the slow, quiet build-up of its arsenal. This game, along with the Wii U's recently announced price drop, may have just become the best reason to get one.

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