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Alex V (SpectralShock)

Cities in Motion 2 Review


The fun of transporting virtual people from point A to point B is hampered by design and technical issues
Annie H (Flux88)

The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct Review


Some decent ideas falter under poor execution in this latest franchise spinoff
Nick Capozzoli (Rook)

The Bridge Review


Escher's aesthetic and pseudo-philosophical airs belie a thoroughly mediocre puzzle game
Ben Thomas (nutcrackr)

BioShock Infinite Review


Infinite is not as cohesive as its predecessors, but it presents a complex narrative and proficient combat
Tim Reid (with_teeth26)

The Showdown Effect Review


A variety of blunders in execution undermine the unique strengths of this 2D deathmatch platformer
Christian Sorrell (sirdesmond)

Bit Trip Runner 2 Review


Looking for a hardcore rhythm platformer experience in quirky, new wrapping? Here it is.
Evan Witt (FiverBeyond)

StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm Review


Each iconic race gets an energizing upgrade in this first expansion for an industry leader
Annie H (Flux88)

Chaos on Deponia Review


An improved sequel that sets up the ground for the final installment
Evan Witt (FiverBeyond)

Frozen Hearth Review


Your men are willing to die for an ideal. But wouldn't it be nice if they could fight back as well?
Matt Porter (MattPorter)

SimCity Review


Technical issues overshadow this otherwise competent city building sim
Annie H (Flux88)

Tomb Raider Review


The game that Tomb Raider fans have been yearning for
Nick Capozzoli (Rook)

Skulls of the Shogun Review


A welcome change of pace from usual strategy genre entries
Ben Thomas (nutcrackr)

Crysis 3 Review


Crysis 3 doesn't quite craft an enthralling sandbox environment to match its outstanding visuals.
Evan Witt (FiverBeyond)

Antichamber Review


What do you get when you merge M.C.Escher with Zen philosophy and make a third person puzzler out of it?
Matt Porter (MattPorter)

Scribblenauts Unlimited Review


A game of creating things and solving puzzles that is simply fun
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