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Is the Slender Man still as terrifying in the sequel to last year’s cult hit?
“Somehow manages to rise above the seemingly insurmountable hype and deliver the goods.”
“This time around things are not quite as epic, but I’m happier with the overall experience.”
“This old dog has learned some new tricks and deserves to stick around for a bit longer.”
“Epic set pieces are great and all, but a severe lack of innovation is what caught my eye this time out.”
“It’s better than most story-driven, post-launch DLC we see released today.”
“Crystal Dynamics’ Tomb Raider is everything you could want in a blockbuster, AAA video game.”
We not only tell you, but also show you why you need to play this game.
Crysis 3 is a tight shooter with great, relatively open-ended gameplay mechanics.
'It’s funny at times, challenging at others, and serves as a nice romp down memory lane.'
"The entire game is one long string of 'oh s***, that’s awesome!' moments."
‘As far as Gearbox-developed shooters go, Aliens: Colonial Marines is more Duke Nukem Forever than Borderlands.’
'For everything Dead Space 3 does exceptionally well, it fails at the most basic level – it’s just not very fun to play.'
'It stumbles just as often as it frolics through that feeling of nostalgia.'
After nearly 15 hours with the game, we feel comfortable telling you it’s a must play.
"I enjoyed the new enemies and the wonderful level design… but was left limp by a story that didn’t engage."
How does Ninja Theory’s reboot stack up?
An interesting world marred by bland, repetitive gameplay.
Master Chief grenade jumps into live-action with impressive special effects and a mediocre screenplay.