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Divinity: Original Sin 2 Review

Divinity: Original Sin 2 is everything fans could have wanted from a sequel and more. At times it’s almost too much.

Review: Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III

Dawn of War 3 tries to take the series in a new direction without abandoning its roots.

Review: Torment – Tides of Numenera

What does one life matter? That is the question at the heart of inXile Entertainment’s Torment: Tides of Numenera.

Review: Tyranny

Tyranny offers players the chance to don the black hat and wrestle with the realities of what a world where evil has already won would actually be like.

Review: Project CARS – Game of the Year Edition

To mark Project CARS’ one year anniversary, Slightly Mad Studios has released a GOTY edition.

Review: Pillars of Eternity The White March – Part 1

The reason Obsidian chose to release The White March in sections was their desire to get new content into the hands of players sooner rather than later. An admirable and understandable decision. But was it the right one?

Indie Games That Have Me Just as Hyped as I am For Their $60 AAA Brethren

E3 and the weeks surrounding it have given us 100’s of indies, all striving with all their might to get noticed.

The Best and Worst of Marvel’s Animated Feature Films

PacManPolarBear does you all a solid and gives you the lowdown on the best and worst of Marvel’s animated features.

Review: Age of Wonders III – Eternal Lords

Eternal Lords, the second expansion for Age of Wonders 3, delivers even more turn-based, spell/counter-spell, multi-day time-sink goodness.

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