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This ultra-hard stealth game kind of feels like it came out ten years ago, but in a good way.

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Oct 9, 2014

Crytek brings its Xbox One launch exclusive over to the PC and it's not great. But PC graphics enthusiasts should probably check it out anyway.

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is all about the journey, and the journey here is spectacular both visually and narratively. This game is something special.

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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is basically Borderlands 2 in space--a fun little stopgap game for fans to play while Gearbox works on Borderlands 3.

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Oct 16, 2014

Harmonix's rhythm-based shoot-em-up A City Sleeps is nightmarishly difficult, but that shouldn't stop you from playing.

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Unscored - CounterSpy
Oct 17, 2014

CounterSpy could use more finesse with its controls, however: I had occasional inputs register incorrectly, which adds a frustrating layer of clumsiness. Luckily, it's not enough of an issue to take the shine off of this smart spy affair, which can pump some tense, tactical action into your day's more mundane moments.

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Unless you're allergic to pixel art or Tim Curry makes you violently ill, you're better off experiencing the original than this competent-but-sterile 20th anniversary remake.

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The space-themed Beyond Earth is polished, deep, and addictive—what more could you want from a Civilization game?

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Whether or not you still watch South Park or ever were a die-hard fan, South Park: Pinball is an excellent and entertaining digital take on pinball that looks and feels like the real thing.

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I have no qualms about saying this is one of the best-written, best-voiced, and best-structured adventure series in all of gaming, and from this initial chapter I expect the same quality from Dreamfall: Chapters. If you haven't played The Longest Journey and Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, maybe check them out. And if you have? Well, there's still four chapters to go, but as far as I can tell this is the sequel you've been awaiting for seven years.

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