Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: 7

(PlayStation Vita Review) God Eater Resurrection

(PlayStation Vita Review) God Eater Resurrection

“… a stylish, lengthy, and oft-repetitive monster-slaying, post-apocalyptic adventure.”

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PS Vita Reviews

(Xbox One Review) Quantum Break

(Xbox One Review) Quantum Break

“… an action-packed, time-shifting adventure whose traditional gameplay is outpaced by its ambitious storytelling.”

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Xbox One Reviews

(Xbox One Review) The Flame in the Flood

(Xbox One Review) The Flame in the Flood

“… will engage would-be survivalists for quite a while with its enticing river journeys and rhythmically addictive area-hopping.”

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Xbox One Reviews

(PC Review) Super Galaxy Squadron EX

(PC Review) Super Galaxy Squadron EX

“… an admirable first attempt at a bullet-hell shooter.”

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PC Reviews

(PC Review) Act of Aggression

(PC Review) Act of Aggression

“… a solid by-the-numbers title that harkens back to the golden age of real-time strategy games.”

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PC Reviews

(PC Review) Abyss Odyssey

(PC Review) Abyss Odyssey

” … a beautiful but strange—and often flustering—roguelite that somehow manages to successfully combine elements from genres as diverse as fighters and platformers.”

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PC Reviews

(PlayStation 3 Review) Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn

(PlayStation 3 Review) Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn

“… bursting at the seams with pilots, missions, and mobile suits, but it’s too easy for too long.”

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PlayStation 3 Reviews

(PlayStation 4 Review) Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut

(PlayStation 4 Review) Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut

“… a decent port of a solid space-based arcade-style sim, with plenty of dogfighting and missile-launching mech action. ”

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PlayStation 4 Reviews

(PC Review) Thief

(PC Review) Thief

“It’s a testament to the brilliance of Thief’s core gameplay that it’s able to be extremely entertaining despite the unbelievable litany of flaws, bugs, and flubs that otherwise plague its design.”

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PC Reviews

(Xbox 360 Review) Halo: Spartan Assault

(Xbox 360 Review) Halo: Spartan Assault

“… a solid if short top-down shooter that serves both solo- and co-op-minded players, but the influence of microtransactions makes for an overly limited experience.”

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Xbox 360 Reviews