We pick the standouts from China Rising and Second Assault.
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Madden NFL 25 won't knock you over with amazing next-gen graphics, but the game has changed.
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DICE's first game for PlayStation 4 looks great, but it's still below the PC version when it comes to graphics.
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Sony's PlayStation 4 adventure aims to be simple and accessible, but it overshoots the mark to land at simplistic and uninteresting.
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We sit down with a demo build of the next Infamous and development director Chris Zimmerman.
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Mike spends some time alone with Jonathan Blow's The Witness on PlayStation 4.
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Force feedback is old hat, so Eidos is trying some new tricks.
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The future is here, and it's a lot like the past, except prettier... and less fun.
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Bob Mackey checks out the new expansion to the perfect digital board game.
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The newest Zelda may be face-meltingly hideous, but your fingers will rejoice at just how beautifully it controls.
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A good-versus-evil twist on civic planning.
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MoaCube's upcoming visual novel Solstice is all about small, personal disasters and big, impactful ideas.
Nintendo's newest portable Zelda makes good use of what could be a gimmick in the wrong hands.
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You could mistake this curious Xbox One adventure for a Grasshopper game, but it possesses its own distinct identity.
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The final installment in the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy wasn't developed by committee, but the game's fans had a big role in shaping the story's direction.
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Kat Bailey explores Tropical Freeze, Retro Studios' upcoming Wii U installment in the Donkey Kong Country series and a game that's not afraid to pull its punches when challenging core gamers.
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Nintendo EAD Tokyo manages to keep players on their toes (and paws) with an ever-changing array of challenges.
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Garrett's latest adventure still sees him skulking around in the dark pilfering things that don't belong to him, but the team behind it is keen to make it as accessible to newcomers as it is pleasing to series veterans.