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Valhalla Review: Sci-Fi Slice of Life

By Cassidee Moser, Jul 28, 2016 1:00pm PDT

Valhalla uses a bartender's point of view to subvert traditional storytelling tropes. 

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Making a custom Xbox One S controller with Design Lab is painless but pricey

By Daniel Perez, Jul 28, 2016 12:40pm PDT

Microsoft is allowing those who want a custom Xbox One S controller the opportunity to do so through its Xbox Design Lab. While the price might be high for a custom controller, the entire experience was easy and completely painless.

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"Are there any notable performance differences between the bluetooth and 2.5 Wireless dongle version?"

- Peanut Fox see all 3 comments

Headlander Review: Heads or Tails?

By Daniel Perez, Jul 25, 2016 6:00am PDT

Two of the most unique indie studios, Adult Swim Games and Double Fine, have come together to develop a game where you play a disembodied head that connects to robot bodies in an attempt to save the world. Dive head first into our review!

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I Am Setsuna Review: The Pain of Remembering

By Brittany Vincent, Jul 22, 2016 10:00am PDT

This traditional RPG may seem like a blast from the past, but is it just a wolf in sheep's clothing? Our review. 

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"BD is pretty good, yeah. The combat, job system, and music are all fantastic. I actually prefer ..."

- Vincent Grayson see all 10 comments

Asus ROG GL502VT-DS71 Review: Premium In Every Sense

By Daniel Perez, Jul 15, 2016 9:00am PDT

Asus' Republic of Gamers brand welcomes another worthy entry as the GL502 offers a premium, both inside and out.

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""As far as real-world applications, I was able to run a number of recent games like Overwatch, ..."

- eorlas see all 3 comments

Song of the Deep Review: Anchored Down

By Steve Watts, Jul 11, 2016 9:45am PDT

Song of the Deep has a sweet and appealing core at its center, but small frustrations make it difficult to appreciate those qualities. Our review.

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Furi Review: Not-So-Horrible Bosses

By Cassidee Moser, Jul 05, 2016 3:00pm PDT

Furi's beautiful art and interesting ideas are somewhat undermined by obtuse story and janky mechanics. 

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"May I ask if you finished the game before your review hit? Just curious because holy cow is it ..."

- zolointo see all 4 comments

Mighty No 9 Review: Superfluous Fighting Robot

By Steve Watts, Jun 20, 2016 9:20pm PDT

Mighty No 9 was to be the second coming of Mega Man, but does it live up to the Blue Bomber's legacy? Our review.

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"I notice a lot of people write 'don't purchase it', well, it seems this game is a ..."

- DarkForestCrow see all 15 comments

Alienware Alpha R2 Review: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

By Daniel Perez, Jun 13, 2016 12:00pm PDT

Alienware has refined its Alpha over the past several months, and today, it has announced the Alpha R2. The small form-factor PC features a GTX 960 GPU, an i7 6700T CPU, improved hard drive options, and is now future proof now that it supports its Graphics Amplifier. Our rev...

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"Could get you to add a couple of price points as reference? Also possible that I'm dumb and ..."

- Dessicator82 see all 2 comments

TMNT: Mutants in Manhattan Review: Heroes in a Half Game

By Cassidee Moser, Jun 06, 2016 2:00pm PDT

Unsurprisingly, Mutants in Manhattan continues the time-honored tradition of licensed games being a sub-par, disappointing representation of a popular franchise. 

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"Agreed. TMNT 2 hit all the right notes. I think the era is just gone for solid beat 'em up ..."

- daggot see all 7 comments

Mirror's Edge Catalyst Review: Have a Little Faith

By Josh Hawkins, Jun 06, 2016 9:00am PDT

Mirror's Edge Catalyst is a passion project following years of fan wishing, but does it run with grace or stumble and fall? Our review.

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"I enjoyed the beta - I will buy this game when it goes on sale. This is basically a Mirror's ..."

- fade2black244 see all 3 comments

Dangerous Golf Review: Not Up To Par

By Daniel Perez, Jun 03, 2016 7:00am PDT

While a golf game made by ex-Burnout devs might sound good on paper, we think you better play your 18 holes elsewhere.

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Kirby: Planet Robobot Review: Mechanical Merriment

By Steve Watts, Jun 03, 2016 5:00am PDT

Kirby: Planet Robobot offers superpowered abilities, smartly designed puzzles, and lots of variety. Our review.

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Razer Turret Review: Building a Sentry

By Daniel Perez, Jun 01, 2016 9:05am PDT

Razer wants to help bring PC gamers into the living room with its Razer Turret. With a keyboard and mouse built into a single device, could it be the peripheral to bridge the gap between our desktops and our living rooms? Our review.

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"i have a razer keyboard and mouse. both work great and i would consider buying tem again."

- ibrokn see all 8 comments

Overwatch Review: Watch Yourself

By Steve Watts, May 27, 2016 10:20am PDT

Overwatch introduces Blizzard's first foray into shooters and its first original universe in years. How does this double-duty debut stand up? Our review.

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"there are bells that make sound in the attacker start on the dorado map"

- senor135 see all 7 comments