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EDF is the Dynasty Warriors of third-person shooters: lots of enemies on screen, lots of over-the-top action, but not a whole lot of input coming from the player.
A maniacal teddy bear kidnaps students and tells them to fight to the death, and that's just the start.
The game is eye-catching and alluring, but is that enough to make it a Top 50 game this year?
Assassin's Creed Rogue is a completely competent game, and it follows the series'
formula perfectly. Unfortunately, that formula has grown stale.
Video producer Ben Hanson is luke-warm on the Kirby series, unless it involves copious amounts of yarn. Learn what a skeptic thought of the latest entry.
LittleBigPlanet 3 has been dismissed by many as being more of the same. After playing Sumo Digital's colorful platformer for a day (and a good chunk of the following weekend), I'm ready to weigh in on whether it should earn a spot on our Top 50 list.
As a fan of survival horror games from Silent Hill to Fatal Frame 2 (The
best game in the genre ever), my interest was piqued when I found out
I’d be playing Alien: Isolation.
In this video interview, the studio's co-founder talks about canceled games and the odds of working on an established Square license like Final Fantasy.
The unusual terminology and sci-fi trappings make the latest Civ a little more challenging to wrap one’s head around, but Firaxis’ latest strategy opus still has it where it counts.
Matt Miller picked Harmonix's bizarre music game as his challenge, and I decided to give it a shot.
Video editor Wade Wojcik takes a trip to an alternate World War II conflict.