Race the Sun Review

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Despite its simplistic visuals and controls, Race the Sun is one of the most entertaining endless runners in recent memory. There’s something undeniably poetic about controlling a solar-powered ship that’s flying towards the horizon and avoiding obstacles as the sun sets. Regardless of how long you can fly your ship,…

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Pac-Man Championship Edition DX+ Review

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Pac-Man Championship Edition DX+ takes everything that’s entertaining about Pac-Man and runs with it and the result is pure and unadulterated arcade bliss. Back when Pac-Man: Championship Edition came out in 2007, Namco Bandai had developed the best version of Pac-Man yet, but it took the company another three years…

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Nidhogg Review

Nidhogg is a must-have title if you usually have a couple of friends over and a few of controllers hooked up to your PC. If I describe Nidhogg as a couch competitive game with retro-style visuals and “easy to get into and hard to master” gameplay, I can see a…

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Stacking Review

Stacking is a small title that will grab your heart, put it inside of a Matryoshka doll and it won’t let go until you finish playing. I’m a fervent believer that independent developers have their own DNA and even when their projects are different from each other, those games share…

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Transistor Review

Can developer Supergiant Games pull off yet another tremendously successful indie game that’s fun to play and dazzling to look at and listen to? The answer is a resounding yes. I think it’s fair to say that action-RPG Bastion is an indie darling. There was a lot of anticipation before…

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Left 4 Dead Review

With Left 4 Dead, Turtle Rock Studios managed to craft a thrilling and eminently satisfying cooperative experience that will have you gripping your mouse and keyboard until you reach the next safe house. Zombies are, without a doubt, one of the easiest enemies to include in books, films or video…

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The Walking Dead: Season Two Review

Although The Walking Dead: Season Two isn’t as strong as its predecessor, this is one of the best graphic adventure games in the market. With the first season of The Walking Dead, San Rafael-based developer Telltale Games proved that they could craft a gripping point-and-click adventure that has a haunting…

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Broken Age Review

In a way, Broken Age is the best and worst adventure game. As a general rule, most reviewers like to stay away from trailers, let’s play videos and of course, other reviews before getting to play a specific game, since other critiques and opinions can taint their own. That’s almost…

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BioShock Review

BioShock is a well-crafted first-person shooter with fantastic characters, an unforgettable story and an intriguing universe. With BioShock, ambitious developer Irrational Games has done the unthinkable. This spiritual successor to System Shock 2 is a well-crafted first-person shooter with fantastic characters, an unforgettable story and an intriguing universe and the…

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Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Review

Condition Zero is a woefully uneven package that’s hard to recommend to most people. How do you make Counter-Strike a single-player experience? That’s the difficult job developer Turtle Rock Studios had when they got the rights to work on Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, a spin-off that features a handful of unconnected…

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Counter-Strike Review

Counter-Strike is one of the most rewarding and gratifying tactical first-person shooters ever made. If you think about it, the original Counter-Strike has remained popular ever since it was released as a Half-Life modification in 1999. A lot has changed since then in the world of video games and over…

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Dead Space Review

Dead Space is an effective an atmospheric horror game that deserves a spot among the best horror titles ever made. I’ve never been one of those people who thinks that to experience true horror you need to be alone and in a dark room. On the contrary, I think the…

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Peggle Deluxe Review

Peggle combines some of the most popular aspects of Pachinko and casual puzzle games and the result is an irresistible package that will keep you glued to the screen for hours on end. Peggle is one of those games that’s difficult to explain, but easy to understand once you start…

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