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Exploring The Depths Of Abzû
on June 09, 2015 at 11:15 AM
Developer Giant Squid debuted Abzû during Sony's E3 2014 press conference, inviting players into a world teeming with serene sea life. But the trailer's diver is a stranger in a strange land. What lies down the fathoms? We recently played Abzû, getting some insight into its mysteries...
Fight For The Top 50 – Payday 2
on November 28, 2013 at 09:00 PM
Whenever I hear commentators expound on the thoughtlessness and general lack of innovation in the first-person shooter genre, I think to myself that they must not have played Payday 2. In this game, you don't save the world with bullets. You don't don the apparel of a military service or space...
Building Your Criminal Enterprise: A Payday 2 Strategy Guide
on August 13, 2013 at 10:00 AM
Sure, you could just waltz into that bank guns blazing, but why go Leroy Jenkins during a heist when a calculated plan could buy you more precious time to loot the security deposit boxes in the vault? Overkill's Payday 2 gives you the freedom to go about your illicit business any way you want, but...
Test Chamber – Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
on August 07, 2013 at 01:55 PM
Starbreeze Studios takes a left turn with a beguiling platform/puzzle game that might best be described as "single-player co-op." What does that mean? Watch our Test Chamber on Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. During this Test Chamber, you'll get a taste of the game's gorgeous art style...
Test Chamber – Deep Black
on April 25, 2012 at 09:45 PM
Biart's Deep Black series is now on Xbox Live. Jeff Cork, Jason Oestreicher, and I dove into it hoping for intense underwater action. What we got instead was monotonous pop-and-shoot gunplay. Odds are you'll have more fun jumping around in a puddle than batting robot fish in this game. After...
Sniper Elite V2: Anatomy Of A Kill
on April 23, 2012 at 07:04 PM
Digital life is cheap. The average gamer has racked up countless enemy kills, from Nazis to aliens, and everything in between. While most shooters offer nonstop action, the original Sniper Elite put a premium on strategy and patience. If you're not killing your enemy with a single bullet, you're...
Test Chamber – Sniper Elite V2
on April 11, 2012 at 05:45 PM
Most of you know Game Informer's Tim Turi as "that pun guy" or "that unfortunate soul who has to play bad games for Super Replay." After watching this video, you'll know him for his uncanny ability to kill two birds with one stone. At roughly the 11-minute mark, Tim enters...
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