iPad Air 2

iPad Air 2 Review Round-Up: Thinner, Better, And Seemingly The Best Tablet On The Market

Oct 22, 2014 12:33 PM EDT

Apple's newest, thinnest iPad has been well-received, as expected. While it's more of an upgrade than any true revolution, that's likely okay for most people. Here are what reviews around the web are saying.

PlayStation TV

PlayStation TV Review Round-Up: Promising Future, Disappointing Present

Oct 19, 2014 08:49 PM EDT

The first round of reviews are in for the PS TV, and while all agree there is a lot of future potential in the $100 device, the verdict seems to be that its current state is less than stellar. Here are some excerpts from those reviews, explaining what the PlayStation TV does and does not do well.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor Improves On Assassin's Creed’s Strengths While Retaining Its Flaws

Oct 15, 2014 04:34 PM EDT

Middle Earth is a pretty big place, but nearly all of the games adapted from Tolkien's work have focused on The Lord of the Rings or The Hobbit. Those are major events in the lore, of course, but there must be more stories to tell than just those. Is this one worth it?

Styx: Master Of Shadows

Review: Come Sail Away With Styx: Master Of Shadows, A New Creed On The Stealth Action Genre

Oct 07, 2014 10:01 AM EDT

Cyanide Studio's latest title is a frustrating slog at times, but a great challenge for hardcore stealth action fans who have grown a bit tired of the Assassin's Creed titles sprouting up like weeds. Warning: game may cause fear of heights in players.

The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter

The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter Review: A Game So Retro You’ll Have To Use Your Brain While Playing

Oct 04, 2014 10:09 AM EDT

Indie games. The very term conjures up a retro-looking, possibly ironically so, emotion-heavy auteur-driven affair. However, The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter has all the slick production values of a AAA title, and utilizes them to their full extent to bring the spooky tale of Ethan Carter to life. Why then, does it feel so much like what people would term "an indie game"? Let's ponder.


Gauntlet Review: Old-School Series Refreshed By Modern Action Combat, But Leaves Behind Personality And Variety

Oct 02, 2014 04:20 PM EDT

The classic hack and slash combat has carried Gauntlet for decades, but how has it fared in new hands?

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments Review: The Best Detective Game Ever Made?

Sep 30, 2014 12:00 AM EDT

Frogwares returns with the first next-gen Sherlock Holmes game, and what may be one of the finest adventure games of the year.

Fenix Rage

Fenix Rage Review: A Punishing But Fair Speed Runner Out Now For Steam

Sep 24, 2014 01:31 PM EDT

The debut title from Green Light Studios is a huge, fast, and difficult (yet very satisfying) example of the 2D platforming renaissance.

Metro Last Light Redux

Metro Last Light Redux Review: Next-Gen Remastering Extends The Post-Apocalyptic Adventure

Sep 22, 2014 08:29 PM EDT

Our review of Metro Last Light: Redux, which delivers more of the same enjoyable gameplay and immersive settings found in Metro 2033.

iPhone 6

iPhone 6 Review Round-Up: An Evolution Without Revolution, Apple Improves On Flaghsip Phone Without Much Innovation

Sep 17, 2014 04:09 PM EDT

With the unveiling of the iPhone 6 come and gone, publications have been able to spend time with the device and the reviews are in.

Metro 2033 Redux

Metro 2033 Redux Review: A Masterful Next-Gen Remake Of Last Generation's Unsung Take On The Apocalypse

Sep 12, 2014 03:24 PM EDT

Our review of Metro 2033 Redux, a next-gen remastering of one of last generation's most unsung shooters.

Monkey Tales

Review: I Had Too Much Fun With Monkey Tales

Sep 01, 2014 04:57 PM EDT

Divinity: Original Sin developers Larian Studios' five-in-one math game is an addictive little timewaster that will no doubt have your tykes doing subtractions and multiplications merrily as they battle mummies, banshees and free captive (yet still somehow fairly belligerent) monkeys around the world.

The Walking Dead Pinball

The Walking Dead Pinball Review: You Will Remember This

Aug 26, 2014 08:57 PM EDT

Telltale’s seminal The Walking Dead Season One seemed like a strange thing to turn into a pinball game, but if you think about it, the zombie-filled video game series has a lot in common with pinball. The Walking Dead Pinball works way better than you'd expect.

Rogue Legacy

Rogue Legacy Review: The PlayStation Version Is A More Than Worthy Heir

Aug 25, 2014 06:13 PM EDT

Rogue Legacy has come to PS3, PS4 and Vita, in what's now the definitive version of this instant classic.

Ms. Marvel

Review: Miss Marvel #7 Ends Kamala’s First Team-Up With Wolverine

Aug 20, 2014 12:45 PM EDT

When Kamala Khan became the new Miss Marvel in her debut issue last February, a lot of ink was spilled about positive representation in mainstream comics. If nothing else, having a young Muslim girl be the center of a superhero comic could only improve upon the diversity of the medium. Since then, writer G. Willow Wilson has proven conclusively Kamala has much, much else going for her.

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