Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy 3DS Review: The Journey's End

Professor Layton newcomer Cassandra Khaw joined him on his last voyage and discovered the professor and his friends a cerebral, entertaining bunch.

Banished PC Review: Who Needs Combat When You have Cholera?

This no-frills, indie city builder/survival sim has Cassandra hooked in spite of its tepid difficulty curve.

The Wolf Among Us: Smoke and Mirrors PC Review

Does Smoke and Mirrors live up to the legacy set by the first chapter of Telltale Games' The Wolf Among Us? Not quite.

The Banner Saga PC Review: Game of Thrones Meets Vikings Meets Disney

Stoic Studios' tactical RPG The Banner Saga proves that it's definitely more than just a ridiculously pretty face.

Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God PS Vita Review: Deliciously Fun

A roguelike-like masquerading as a so-cute-you-could-die curry addiction simulator? Say it is so! (It is.)

Doki-Doki Universe PSVita Review: Twee or Squee?

Charming and frequently strange, Doki-Doki Universe continues the recent trend of adorable Vita games.

Tearaway PS Vita Review: Giddily in Love With a Squishy Papercraft World

Who needs weapons when you have cute? Media Molecule's 3D platformer is so bafflingly sweet, you'd be forgiven if you think it was made out of sugary awesome.

Contrast PS4 Review: Now, You're Playing with Shadows

Though it looks like the Cirque de Soleil, Contrast's wonky platforming makes it less than the Greatest Show on Earth.

Sink or Swim? BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode 1 Review

BioShock Infinite's first story-driven DLC Burial at Sea: Episode One is very much like the underwater city of Rapture: magical, flawed and all too short-lived.

How does Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies Compare?

Cassandra Khaw and Pete Davison investigate Dual Destinies and relate the findings of their cross-examinations in a letter series.

This is a Hometown Story Not to Tell the Kids : Review

This shop-management-simulation-lite is a tepid, stripped-down version of the genre.

Malicious: Rebirth Review

Alvion's 3D action brawler Malicious: Rebirth is an enhanced port that is decent but little more.

How to Make Your PC Run Faster and Smoother for Free

Want to make your PC run a little faster? Here are a bunch of easy, low-tech ways to squeeze a little more performance out of your PC.

The Wolf Among Us: Faith Review

The Wolf Among Us lacks the dystopian hopelessness of The Walking Dead but it is a howling good time regardless.

Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure Review

Kinda charming, kinda cute but probably won't have a place in the Louvre of video games.

Ironclad Tactics Review

Zachtronics' card-based tactics game has cowboys, robots and your salty tears of defeat.

Card Hunter Review

Card Hunter, a tabletop RPG meets collectible card game (of sorts), takes it back to the old school with more flair than the Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

Space Hulk Review

Plodding, ponderous and not-quite polished. Space Hulk could have been so good.

Payday 2 Review

Can you keep your cool when the stakes are high, the A.I is frustrating and there are more policemen outside than there are stars in the sky? Payday 2 wants to know.