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EGM Review: Remember Me

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EGM Review: Grid 2

Deja vroom If it weren't for Flashback, the original Grid probably would have came and went with relatively little fanfare. That one ...

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EGM Review: FUSE

All four one Nowadays, it seems that whenever a developer wants to make a shooter, they have to include four-player co-op. Some franchises ...

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Resident Evil: Revelations review

High-definition zombie termination Porting games from one platform to another makes sense. With the production costs that today’s ...

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EGM Review: Metro: Last Light

Only McCarthy would disapprove EDITOR’S NOTE: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR METRO 2033. IF YOU HAVE NOT PLAYED METRO 2033, YOU MAY WISH ...

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EGM Review: Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon

Push it to the limit Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is just like Far Cry 3. Well, except for the fact that it takes place in an alternate-reality ...

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EGM Review: Star Trek: The Video Game

Gorna break your heart Let me make this clear: I love Star Trek. The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, even ...

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Cards with cards Poker Night at the Inventory was probably one of the most absurd concepts for a game ever to make it to release. The budget ...


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The bear necessity When last we left Ratonhnhaké:ton, he’d escaped from Boston after striking down Israel Putnam on his quest to rid the ...



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Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen review

Arise, arise, Riders of Gran Soren! At this year’s Game Developers Conference, I attended a panel by Dragon’s Dogma director Hideaki ...

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