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The Industrial Apocalypse of 'Frostpunk' Is More Truth Than Fiction

The developer behind 'This War of Mine' tells another haunting story of survival and desperation.
Rob Zacny
a day ago
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In 'Yakuza 6,' Family Is More Important Than Fists

Come for the crime drama, stay for the breakdown of various parenting styles.
Janine Hawkins
4.17.18
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'God of War' Triumphs Because It Confronts Its Own Bloody Legacy

Kratos has always been a sad, unlikable asshole, but in giving him something to live for—a son who questions his decisions, his violence—he's finally given a real test.
Patrick Klepek
4.12.18
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'Minit' Is a Speedy Triumph, Where The Goal Is Simple: Live, Die, Repeat

'Minit' is a quirky Zelda-like you play in 60-second chunks.
Danielle Riendeau
4.3.18
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'Far Cry 5' Tries to Do It All, but Fails to Be Much of Anything

New changes to the structure are welcomed, but 'Far Cry 5' has no confidence and no heart.
Austin Walker
3.26.18
A Way Out
A Way Out

'A Way Out' Doesn't Come Close to Delivering on Its Grand Promise

A bad pastiche of great crime movies is best enjoyed with friends and low expectations.
Rob Zacny
3.23.18
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'Moss' Suggests Maybe You Didn't Waste That Money Buying a VR Headset

There are three VR rigs in my home, but I haven't touched them in over a year. 'Moss' was good enough to change that.
Patrick Klepek
3.1.18
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'Into the Breach' Turns Mech Combat Into a Tactical Dance

The follow up to 'FTL' isn't the game you might have expected. But it's still a must play.
Austin Walker
2.27.18
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'The Fall' Remains a Modern Sci-Fi Classic, But Its Sequel Misses the Mark

A lack of focus and too much combat drag down the next chapter in a very promising series about artificial intelligence.
Patrick Klepek
2.16.18
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Battling the Beasts of 'Monster Hunter: World' Feels Dynamic and Desperate

This new world offers intricate environments, lively creatures, kinetic combat... and a dash of colonialist fantasy.
Austin Walker
1.26.18
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'Celeste,' the Ultra Hard Platformer That Also Wants to Give You a Hug

Not many games about death feel this warm, inviting, and playful. It's also very fun to play.
Patrick Klepek
1.26.18
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Cyberpunk Rarely Imagines That Its Dystopian Futures Might End

'Observer' offers a grim view of the future, but fails to see it break.
Cameron Kunzelman
12.1.17