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Lara Croft GO review - Raiding on the GO

By Ozzie Mejia, Aug 27, 2015 2:00pm PDT

Square Enix Montreal is back for an encore to its surprising mobile hit from last year. Does Lara Croft GO follow in the footsteps of Agent 47's 2014 outing? Our review.


Trine 3: Artifacts of Power Review: Power in Threes

By Steven Wong, Aug 26, 2015 2:00pm PDT

Trine 3: Artifacts of Power completes the Trine trilogy by delving deep into the mysterious artifact's history. But does added depth make the puzzle platformer more enjoyable, or does it change too much? Our review.


"That's quite the underestimate - it would cost at least three times as much to do what they ..."

- Stage see all 6 comments

Runbow review - Rainbow Bright

By Ozzie Mejia, Aug 26, 2015 7:00am PDT

Runbow is one of the most colorful entries to the local multiplayer gaming world and it also proves to be one of the best, with numerous game modes, simple mechanics, and a variety of ways to anger your friends. Our review.


Capsule Force review - Hard to Swallow

By Ozzie Mejia, Aug 25, 2015 2:00pm PDT

Capsule Force can be very entertaining with the right amount of people, but only with the right amount of people. Our review.


Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Review: Still Crazy After All These Years

By Daniel Perez, Aug 25, 2015 1:00pm PDT

Microsoft is bringing the classic Gears of War to the Xbox One in its "Ultimate Edition," but is this a game hardcore fans of the series should pick up or roadie run right past it? Hold your Lancer tight and read our review.


"Going to get this for the PC for sure, I really wish that they will re do 2 and 3 as well and ..."

- valcan_s see all 2 comments

Crookz: The Big Heist Review: All In the Timing

By Steven Wong, Aug 25, 2015 10:00am PDT

Crookz: The Big Heist challenges players to become criminal masterminds from the disco era.


"Thanks for the review. I'm still on the fence if i will get this one or not."

- baron calamity see all 2 comments

Mega Man Legacy Collection Review: Rock Out

By Steve Watts, Aug 25, 2015 12:01am PDT

Mega Man Legacy Collection is a game that understands the authenticity is in the little things. Our review.


"Retail release date TBD. It'll cost you double the cost of the digital version, though."

- David Craddock see all 10 comments

Until Dawn Review: Here Comes The Sun

By Daniel Perez, Aug 24, 2015 8:00am PDT

Until Dawn is a survival horror game unlike any as the course of its story changes as you play in real-time. Will you survive the events that occur over a single night, or will you be yet another victim of this remote mountain getaway? Our review.


"I just meant to say that it was the scariest game I've played, and a little too tense for me to ..."

- Ghostman2k78 see all 22 comments

Smite Xbox One Review: Smitten by the Console Gods

By Daniel Perez, Aug 19, 2015 7:00am PDT

Smite has officially launched on the Xbox One today and if you're a fan of MOBAs, you'll want to check it out as it has great controls, a long list of Gods to play as, and multiple game modes that will please most.


"I played the beta, Love the Controller feel. My 2 MOBAS of choice are this and Heroes of The Storm. "

- GBurke59 see all 6 comments

Beyond Eyes Review: Walking Sticks

By Steve Watts, Aug 18, 2015 6:00am PDT

Beyond Eyes uses a gorgeous and inventive visual metaphor to emulate the feeling of being blind, but the high-concept idea fizzles as it fails to sustain interest throughout the short playtime. Our review.


Volume Review: The Disruptive Voice of the Future

By Josh Hawkins, Aug 18, 2015 12:02am PDT

Mike Bithell makes a return to video games with this futuristic stealth portrayal of Robin Hood. But is Volume worthy or your time and money? Our review.


Alienware 17 Review: Huge in Every Sense

By Steve Watts, Aug 17, 2015 9:00am PDT

The Alienware 17 packs plenty of power for a laptop gaming PC, though all that performance comes at the cost of portability.


Everybody's Gone to the Rapture Review: A Fitting End

By Josh Hawkins, Aug 10, 2015 5:01am PDT

Is The Chinese Room's PlayStation 4 exclusive story exploration as good as it looks? Our review.


"It is very much like Dear Esther, just with a bit of interactive area thrown in. It's a good ..."

- Joshua Hawkins see all 7 comments

Sorcerer King Review: The Unending Quest to Save the World

By Steven Wong, Aug 07, 2015 3:00pm PDT

Sorcerer King puts adventurers in a race to save the world. You have to gather allies and your strength before the timer runs out and the world ends. Do we have what it takes to beat the clock? Our review.


Submerged Review: A Rapidly Sinking Ship

By Josh Hawkins, Aug 05, 2015 3:00pm PDT

Submerged is a game about love, sacrifice, and taking care of family... At least that's what we thought it was going to be. Our review.