Review: Deus Ex: Human Revolution (PC)

Chad puts on his mirrorshades and unravels the conspiracies at the heart of Eidos Montreal’s prequel to Deus Ex.

Review: Bastion (PC)

Bastion review

A strong contender for the Game of the Year, Bastion is the debut game by Supergiant Games that delivers excellent gameplay, innovative storytelling, and beautiful art and music. Read the full review to see why you need to get this game.

Review: 8-Bit Commando (PC)

8-Bit Commando review

A new Contra-like PC game promising a retro gaming experience with enough modern touches to make it suitable for gamers from all generations.

Review: Catherine (360/PS3)

Catherine Review

Atlus has produced a game that sets itself apart by being unlike any other, and, like the relationships it is based on, can at times be prohibitively difficult.

Review: Rainbow Six: Shadow Vanguard HD (iPad)

Martin’s breaching and entering in Gameloft’s rendition of the popular Rainbow Six series. Is Rainbow Six: Shadow Vanguard worth the sweat and tears? Find out inside.

Review: 9mm (iOS)

Martin’s locked and loaded as he delves into a gunfight with 9mm. Is it the perfect shot that Gameloft has been promising?

Review: Cthulhu Saves the World/Breath of Death VII (Xbox 360/PC)

Cthulhu Saves the World and Breath of Death VII: The Beginning – 2 games, 1 experience, 0 regrets.

Review: Dungeons of Dredmor (PC)

A roguelike for the rest of us, Dungeons of Dredmor is an addictive dungeon crawl at an unbeatable low price.

Review: Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls (PS3)

Grab your map and pray to the Random Number God, Wizardry is back!

Review: Block Breaker 3: Unlimited (iOS)

Is this Breakout clone worth your hard-earned dollar? Read our review to see if you should “break” the bank for it or “block” this title out forever.

Review: Shadows of the Damned (PS3/360)

Shadows of the Damned

Sebastian ventures through Hell and back in Shadows of the Damned. With legendary designer Goichi Suda at the helm, does everything come together to make an equally impressive game?

Review: Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D (3DS)

With a Beretta at the ready, Martin delves into Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D to find that there really isn’t a lot there.

Review: Alice: Madness Returns (360/PS3/PC)

Caught somewhere between dream and nightmare, Spicy Horse’s and EA’s efforts have paid off in a pleasing platformer with visual appeal.

Review: Wii Play Motion (Wii)

Martin gives Wii Play Motion a waggle. Is it worth the cash, even without taking the “free” Wii Remote Plus into consideration? See our full review to find out!

Review: The Cat and the Coup (PC)

A short documentary game about the only democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran.

Review: Child of Eden (360)

Guest writer Hossain Behbahani waves his arms like he just don’t care (and possibly does a robot or two) as he experiences the visual and musical splendor of Child of Eden.

Review: Duke Nukem Forever (360/PS3/PC)

Pascal intends to lay to rest all the rumors floating around about this game now that he’s played the hell out of it; we think he’s become more of a man because of it.

Review: Hunted: The Demon’s Forge (PS3)

Hunted: The Demon's Forge Logo

Doesn’t Chad get tired of these dungeon crawls? Not when he’s having this much fun.

Review: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D (3DS)

Martin takes a leaf out of Link’s book and travels back in time to the land of Hyrule. Ocarina of Time is back in 3D with a few new enhancements. Does it stand the test of time? Check out Martin’s extensive review inside.

Review: Jamestown: Legend of the Lost Colony (PC)

Two years in the making, Jamestown is a lovingly crafted shoot ’em up well worthy any PC gamer’s time. Read the full review to see why.

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