Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: 8

(PlayStation 3 Review) Lost Dimension

(PlayStation 3 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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PlayStation 3 Reviews

(Nintendo 3DS Review) Etrian Mystery Dungeon

(Nintendo 3DS Review) Etrian Mystery Dungeon

“… an interesting mixture of styles that sees the game lose the series’ traditional sense of discovery and exploration but gain a new, fast-paced combat system. ”

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3DS Reviews

(Xbox One Review) Halo: The Master Chief Collection

(Xbox One Review) Halo: The Master Chief Collection

” … it’s now a much better representation of the series that came to define the Xbox.”

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Xbox One Reviews

(PC Review) Rollers of the Realm

(PC Review) Rollers of the Realm

” … a spirited effort to mash pinball and role-playing in a way that very nearly reaches the heights it’s trying to achieve.”

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PC Reviews

(PlayStation Vita Review) Tales of Hearts R

(PlayStation Vita Review) Tales of Hearts R

” … the game’s brisk pace, funny cast, and engaging combat system make this one for role-playing fans to check out.”

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PS Vita Reviews

(PlayStation 4 Review) Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

(PlayStation 4 Review) Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

” A solid if not terribly robust entry.”

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PlayStation 4 Reviews

(Xbox One Review) Sunset Overdrive

(Xbox One Review) Sunset Overdrive

“… has an infectious design that takes longer to reveal itself than expected but nevertheless provides a lot of fast-paced fun.”

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Xbox One Reviews

(Xbox One Review) Destiny

(Xbox One Review) Destiny

“… isn’t the ground-breaking fusion of single-player and massively multiplayer combat that many anticipated, but it remains a very enjoyable game.”

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Xbox One Reviews

(Xbox 360 Review) Destiny

(Xbox 360 Review) Destiny

“… isn’t the ground-breaking fusion of single-player and massively multiplayer combat that many anticipated, but it remains a very enjoyable game.”

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Xbox 360 Reviews

(PS Vita Review) Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair

(PS Vita Review) Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair

“… a surreal, charming, and at times trying adventure, and it’s one that every PS Vita owner should contemplate adding to their library.”

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PS Vita Reviews