Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: 7.5

(PlayStation Vita Review) Lost Dimension

(PlayStation Vita Review) Lost Dimension

“… has one of the best premises of any game that I’ve played, and it does an admirable job of living up to it.”

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PS Vita Reviews

(PlayStation 4 Review) The Order: 1886

(PlayStation 4 Review) The Order: 1886

“… surprises with a slow-paced, investigative element complementing a strong narrative that is punctuated but not overpowered by solid set-piece encounters.”

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PlayStation 4 Reviews

(Xbox 360 Review) Condemned 2: Bloodshot

(Xbox 360 Review) Condemned 2: Bloodshot

“… a fairly decent way to gain some storyline closure, or simply to beat up murderous hobos.”

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Xbox 360 Reviews

(Wii Review) Metal Slug: Anthology

(Wii Review) Metal Slug: Anthology

” … not give the series all the love it deserves, but the games themselves are well worth the investment.”

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Legacy Reviews, Wii Reviews

(PC Review) Divinity: Original Sin

(PC Review) Divinity: Original Sin

” … most everything else about Original Sin is charmingly evocative of RPGs long past; it’s simply too bad that the brilliantly modernized nostalgia and complex gameplay too often take a back seat to the unnecessarily linear combat.”

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PC Reviews

(PC Review) The Elder Scrolls Online

(PC Review) The Elder Scrolls Online

“… a game all about expectations.”

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PC Reviews

(PlayStation 4 Review) Killzone: Shadow Fall

(PlayStation 4 Review) Killzone: Shadow Fall

“Enjoy the campaign’s visuals, but know the heart of Shadow Fall is its multiplayer.”

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(PC Review) The Typing of the Dead: Overkill

(PC Review) The Typing of the Dead: Overkill

“… the most balls-to-the-wall typing game on the market. If that sentence does nothing for you, then neither will Overkill.”

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PC Reviews

(PlayStation Vita Review) Killzone: Mercenary

(PlayStation Vita Review) Killzone: Mercenary

“… a unique take on the series that gambles heavily on replayability over a prolonged story …”

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PS Vita Reviews

(PlayStation 3 Review) Mamorukun Curse!

(PlayStation 3 Review) Mamorukun Curse!

“… a solid shooter with interesting mechanics that happens to be set in an uninteresting world.”

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PlayStation 3 Reviews