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Some skill trees and skills highlighted for this dual wielding beast
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Krater provides a top-down, turn-based strategy game in a post-apocalyptic world where players control the world around them.
GameZone gets three full hours with the enormous game that is Skyrim, and in no way is that enough
Square adds time-travel and Pokemon to its latest entry in the Final Fantasy saga
Chair Entertainment and Epic Games continue their magnificent dive into Infinity.
I had the privilege to have a full hour with Id's RAGE at PAX Prime 2011. I was able to start from the very beginning and try out a handful of the in
Easily one of my most anticipated games of 2011, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was playable for a full hour at PAX. I had a chance to see not only the
The original Borderlands can easily be considered one of my favorite games of all time. I invested hundreds of hours maxing out each character and be
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Being a professional game journalist it's my sworn duty to maintain an entirely hectic schedule of press junkets and exclusive PR events, and it's no
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When game publishers look to base their new title on a classic RPG franchise, they typically turn to the great granddaddy of the genre, Dungeons thou
After my first brief taste of Nexon's Dragon Nest at PAX West 2011, I immediately knew I wanted more. The colorful MMORPG offered exactly what I'd be
Final Fantasy XIII was one of the bigger disappointments of 2010. It’s not that the game was bad, but the grouping of linear stages and obnoxious c
At first glance, Dragon’s Dogma seems like a Western-developed game. Players control a fairly standard medieval knight with a companion, and togeth