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The best game about a sentient motorcycle dragging a guy around that has ever been made.
Zoe Mode graces Xbox One's launch with a spellbinding golf simulation.
Crimson Dragon started out as a Kinect-only title for the Xbox 360, but switched to standard controls along the way. Unfortunately, you can’t change the recipe after you’ve started cooking.
Guerrilla Games' fourth console installment may not be the most innovative title on the market, but it’s certainly one of the top stars of the PlayStation 4’s launch lineup.
Resogun is a perfectly fine game that you won’t remember in a few months.
Knack has charm and
heart, and offers a whole lot of good gameplay. Ultimately, that's still
what's important - no matter the generation.
Into the Nexus’ gameplay holds true to what we’ve known and enjoyed for over a decade.
A “new” setting and minor changes to the combat present something different, but Burial at Sea isn’t so far removed that it’s unrecognizable.
The Stanley Parable defies easy classification, but that hasn't stopped the experiment in interactive fiction from being a runaway success. We talked with creator Davey Wreden to get his thoughts on the final product.