Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: 8

(PlayStation 4 Review) Skylanders: SuperChargers

“… successfully mixes racing and platforming for another age-friendly, goofy adventure. ”

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PlayStation 4 Reviews

(Nintendo 3DS Review) Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX

“… an addictive rhythmic tapper with a solid if occasionally maddening system, nearly 50 infectious songs, and a surprising number of modes.”

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3DS Reviews

(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

“… 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

” … 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

” … 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

” … 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

” A solid if not terribly robust entry.”

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PlayStation 4 Reviews

(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

“… 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