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Fullbright tackles space and isolation in its latest exploration game. Plus, we pick the hottest 50 games from E3.
With side-scrolling platforming and turn-based combat, this strategic action title draws easy comparisons to Mark of the Ninja and Kill Bill.
The action rarely deviates from previous Lego titles, but when it does, it goes in the wrong direction.
It looks better and runs smoother, and three extra playable characters adds new twists to this trip down memory lane.
Rocksteady's final Arkham title is a welcome assault of comic-book bliss and stunning new-gen visuals.
EightyEight Games returns with the addicting sequel to mobile hit 10000000.
See a war unfold through the eyes of a housekeeper in 1972.
Heroes of the Storm succeeds like so many other Blizzard titles by
taking what makes a genre great and distilling things down to the fun.
Pieces Interactive’s follow up to the original chaotic co-op wizard wunderkind is a worthy sequel.
Double Fine’s strategy simulation is rough around the edges, but hard to put down.
Splatoon looks, sounds, and plays great, but with some design elements and a lack of content weighing it down, I was left wanting more.