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Deus Ex: Human Revolution (PC)

Deus Ex: Human Revolution review (PC)

Reviewed on December 07, 2011

When taken at face value and not as the latest entry of a venerable RPG franchise, DE:HR proves to be a very playable FPS with some RPG elements, in fact it stands out as probably the best of its kind this year.
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Neverwinter Nights 2 (PC)

Neverwinter Nights 2 review (PC)

Reviewed on December 07, 2011

Neverwinter Nights 2 is a mixed bag, like a surprisingly tasty diet chicken soup.
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Saints Row 2: Ultor Exposed (Xbox 360)

Saints Row 2: Ultor Exposed review (X360)

Reviewed on December 05, 2011

Ultor Exposed crams a lot of potential greatness in its small package, yet forgets the most important element. Even the presence of pornstar Tera Patrick doesn't save the painfully generic and tame--the last word you would ever want to associate with a Saints Row experience--missions. All three of them.
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Serious Sam: BFE (PC)

Serious Sam: BFE review (PC)

Reviewed on December 05, 2011

Serious Sam 3: BFE is Croteam's love letter to those of us who have been waiting for another glimpse at classic shoot-'em-up-ery in the vein of Doom, Quake, and even the original Duke Nukem, whose modern iteration failed to deliver. It's a machine gun-and-heavy-metal symphony that only hardcore shooter fans will want to take a stab at, and while its punishing difficulty at times may certainly be a turnoff for potential buyers, it's a satisfying throwback to a simpler time.
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Quake Arena Arcade (Xbox 360)

Quake Arena Arcade review (X360)

Reviewed on December 04, 2011

It may seem strange to criticize the game for its single-player considering Quake III built its entire legacy on multiplayer, but it was this version’s one and only chance to prevent itself from being redundant. Instead, redundant is exactly what Quake Arena Arcade is.
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Saints Row: The Third (Xbox 360)

Saints Row: The Third review (X360)

Reviewed on December 04, 2011

Not only is Saints Row: The Third more efficient, but it handles better. Vehicles drive more smoothly, animation is more fluid and takes full advantage of high definition, and each scenario stands on its own. I'll gladly trade the ability to wear a tie with my hoodie for quality activities, less repetition, and improved mechanics any day.
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Assassin's Creed: Revelations (Xbox 360)

Assassin's Creed: Revelations review (X360)

Reviewed on December 04, 2011

When the game ends, we’re right where we started, only now we have a general idea of where the writers will take us in the next entry. Christ, it’s like Dragon Age II all over again.
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Travian (PC)

Travian review (PC)

Reviewed on December 03, 2011

Travian ensures that browser-based gaming can still pull its weight in this era of triple-A titles and HD remakes.
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Beyblade: Metal Masters (DS)

Beyblade: Metal Masters review (DS)

Reviewed on December 03, 2011

The combat itself is barebones. Much of it is based on typical fighting convention stuff: position, sequence and timing. It’s all very basic. What’s important is to launch well and to use special attacks frequently. Each Beyblade has an associated power animal which factors into some combos and can be called upon for a seven-second cutscene in battle. There’s no option to turn these off (or even an options menu at all) and they’re never very good. They don’t even show the animal attack; allies just arrive and the screen goes white.
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GoldenEye 007: Reloaded (Xbox 360)

GoldenEye 007: Reloaded review (X360)

Reviewed on December 03, 2011

The game is in many ways a perfect example of Activision's consistent mishandling of the Bond license. It's certainly gotten a little more polish than your average licensed Activision release, but it’s still not worth your time.
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Anno 2070 (PC)

Anno 2070 review (PC)

Reviewed on December 03, 2011

The campaign, which has no time limits and almost no fail states, is just a primer. The core of Anno 2070 is the continuous scenario, which you can set up to be as competitive, goal-oriented, and punishing as you want, or as peaceful, open-ended, and forgiving as you want. This is the epitome of the sandbox game. Just start it up and build your little heart out. And the longer it goes, the longer you'll want it to go.
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Tales of the Abyss (PlayStation 2)

Tales of the Abyss review (PS2)

Reviewed on December 02, 2011

As you play, though, you'll notice a dark side to the powers that be relying on The Score as their be-all, end-all source of guidance; especially when it's made clear than a number of huge tragedies were caused by man solely to keep things in line with The Score.
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GET TO THA CHOPPA TWOOO!!2 (Xbox 360)

GET TO THA CHOPPA TWOOO!!2 review (X360)

Reviewed on November 29, 2011

Get to tha Choppa Two‘s most remarkable aspect is how it takes a foundation, then, rather than build upon it, arms itself with a shovel and digs deeper into the muck.
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Wally Bear and the No Gang (NES)

Wally Bear and the No Gang review (NES)

Reviewed on November 29, 2011

Lesson learned from Wally Bear and the No Gang: taking drugs is reprehensible, but killing neighborhood dogs with hubcaps is a-okay!
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Pokémon Rumble Blast (3DS)

Pokémon Rumble Blast review (3DS)

Reviewed on November 29, 2011

And so, the game keeps going. You work your way through a corridor-shaped level, such as a lake shore or a forest (the various settings differ only cosmetically and by the types of Pokémon you encounter), fighting mobs of Pokémon that go down in one hit. At the end of the level, you fight a boss. Bosses are just larger versions of regular Pokémon with more health.
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The King of Fighters XIII (Xbox 360)

The King of Fighters XIII review (X360)

Reviewed on November 28, 2011

There are slow and powerful bruisers, tiny and agile schoolgirl types and everything in between. If you decide to spend the time that is required to master even a small portion of the more than 30 fighters, you’ll be busy for many hours. Some characters are less obviously gifted than others, but none of them seem to be useless. Even the diminutive Chin Gentsai, who employs the drunken master fighting style, is deceptively powerful once you learn how to put his hypnotic movements to use.
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Xbox 360)

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim review (X360)

Reviewed on November 28, 2011

This is when Skyrim will reward you most richly. Not when you're trying to win, or beat it, or get to the end, or level up, or earn the achievements. Not when you're playing it like a stat-based RPG, or a single-player MMO, or a challenge. Skyrim is putatively a game. More accurately, it's a narrative loom.
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Romance of the Three Kingdoms (NES)

Romance of the Three Kingdoms review (NES)

Reviewed on November 27, 2011

After a short hour into a playthrough, the player may feel as though they've accomplished nothing---this is likely true. Do not mistake: there is strategy in Romance of the Three Kingdoms, it is simply difficult to extrapolate when you are falling asleep in your chair.
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Otomedius Excellent (Xbox 360)

Otomedius Excellent review (X360)

Reviewed on November 27, 2011

Environments include vast and empty space (aside from enemy ships, of course), futuristic and very gray cities built on the side of cliffs overlooking waterfalls, the heart of a volcano and eventually caverns and a fleet of battleships. Settings are rendered competently but only occasionally with any originality. If you were to strip away the scantily-clad girls, Otomedius Excellent would be nearly indistinguishable from almost any generic horizontal shooter you might care to name.
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Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection (PlayStation 3)

Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection review (PS3)

Reviewed on November 26, 2011

It was only a matter of time before Konami jumped on the HD remaster bandwagon started this generation by Sony with God of War Collection, and Konami picked the best candidate to go first. Metal Gear Solid HD Collection is a compilation no Metal Gear Solid fan should miss.
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