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masterpiece

Monster Hunter: World Review

Monster Hunter World PC Port Review.

10
masterpiece

Batman: Arkham City Review

We enter the gates of Arkham City, where Chris Capel is the goddamned Batman.

10
masterpiece

Mass Effect 2 Review

Fashionably late to the PS3 party but better than ever.

10
masterpiece

Portal 2 Review

'A triumph' just doesn't cover it.

10
masterpiece

StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty Review

Was it worth the wait? Do you even have to ask?

10
masterpiece

ULTIMATE MARVEL VS. CAPCOM 3 Review

I wanna take you for a ride.

10
masterpiece

World of Final Fantasy Review

Final Fantasy Meets Pokémon Has Every Right To Be This Good.

10
masterpiece

A Way Out Review

Coop Done Right.

10
masterpiece

Transistor Review

A messianic triumph of beautiful art and sublime game design.

10
masterpiece

PAC-MAN Championship Edition DX+ Review

Pac with a vengeance...

10
masterpiece

Elden Ring Review

The Darkest Souls are often the brightest.

10
masterpiece

BioShock Infinite Review

There’s a better home a-waiting... in the sky, in the sky.

10
masterpiece

Grand Theft Auto V Review

Patience is a virtue. Now let’s cap some fools and steal their ride.

10
masterpiece

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Review

Full Sail Ahead.

10
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Death Stranding Review

The paths we walk become roads.

9.9
excellent

Strategy Informer Halloween Month Review

We let you know what games you should be playing for this years Halloween Season.

9.8
excellent

Mass Effect 2 Review

Welcome back, Commander Shepard. (Xbox 360)

9.7
excellent

Crysis Review

Crysis is one of those types of games that sets out to redefine quality in its field, while the FPS community have their latest and greatest champion – so too does the gaming industry as a whole.

9.7
excellent

BioShock Review

Jack, whose name we know only from a name written on a cutscene birthday present, begins the tale plane-wrecked in the ocean, saved only by a very well placed underwater city.

9.7
excellent

Burnout Paradise Review

Criterion said that they wanted to craft a stunning, truly next-gen game for their next-gen debut, and they have done: there's almost nothing wrong with Burnout Paradise.