Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: 7.5

(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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PlayStation 4 Reviews Comments Off

(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

(Nintendo 3DS Review) Project X Zone

(Nintendo 3DS Review) Project X Zone

“… a satisfying, if at times trying, outing.”

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3DS Reviews

(GameCube Review) Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

(GameCube Review) Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

“The world Intelligent Systems has created around Mario is engaging and inviting…”

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GameCube Reviews, Legacy Reviews