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A ten-year development cycle only brought better things for the latest main title Final Fantasy.
Steep has some interesting moments, but it's ultimately pretty shallow. Read on for our early impressions.
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The game does very little different from the original, and that's a good thng. Our review.
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Obsidians latest cRPG, Tyranny, is now available around the world. But does it live up to the legacy of its predecessors? Our review.
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More of the same, but mostly better.
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This Grymoire is like opening a grimoire.
Titanfall 2 adds in a single-player campaign, but does it do enough to set itself apart?
Ashes of Ariandel offers a satisfying blend of lore, boss fights, and exploration that Souls fans love, but fails to shake some of Dark Souls 3's problems.
Skylanders Imaginators is the sixth entry in the long-running series that, despite its addictive gimmick, is showing its age. Our review.
The PlayStation VR shows Sony's strengths in hardware design as a comfortable, easy-to-use headset without as many frills as its more devoted PC competitors.
Though many of the changes it introduces are iterative, WWE 2K17 has improved in almost every way that counts.
Lince Works' ninja epic will scratch any stealth purist's itch, but that formula comes with its fair share of frustrations.