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Written by Steven McGehee     August 21, 2016     0   1   0   0   0
The sequel to 2011's Deus Ex: Human Revolution (DXHR) has been a long time coming. Mankind Divided picks up two years after The Incident in Human Revolution and brings with it the stealth action RPG-ness the franchise has always been known for.
 
9.4
 
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No Man's Sky Featured Hot
PlayStation 4
Written by Nathaniel Stevens     August 17, 2016     0   1   0   0   0
This was a tough one to review. Let’s just start with that sentence. And this one. Dammit.
 
8.0
 
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Abzu Featured
PlayStation 4
Written by Eric Layman     August 06, 2016     0   10   0   0   0
Scouring Abzu's marine paradise opens an argument for emotive communication and softened storytelling. Too often, however, Abzu is less a defense of its beliefs and more a negotiation out of a cornered medium.
 
7.0
 
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PC
Written by Eric Layman     August 04, 2016     0   10   0   0   0
Quadrilateral Cowboy's fascination with precision is only matched by its fondness for personalized anarchy.
 
8.4
 
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Headlander Featured Hot
PlayStation 4
Written by Eric Layman     July 31, 2016     0   10   0   0   0
Headlander is what Metroid would be like if Samus Aran were obsessed with ejecting her head and applying it as a weapon of transcendent destruction.
 
8.0
 
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Nintendo Wii U
Written by Eric Layman     July 27, 2016     0   10   0   0   0
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE is control under the illusion of chaos. A myriad of opposing forces—an absurd fusion of Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem, a summer release on a moribund platform, and an audience largely cultivated on recent handheld iterations—are would-be conspirators confident in the instability of its architecture, but their plot is somehow defeated by facets as simple as trust and heritage.
 
8.2
 
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PlayStation 4
Written by Nathaniel Stevens     July 24, 2016     0   1   0   0   0
Never have I had so much fun and at the same time felt enormously frustrated. No, this game isn’t called Dark Souls.
 
8.0
 
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I Am Setsuna Featured
PlayStation 4
Written by Jonny Herrera     July 21, 2016     0   1   0   0   0
The story takes place in a snowy barren landscape that has been infested with monsters. When you first start out, you are introduced to one of the main characters along the journey, Endir, who is a swift swordsman from a tribe full of mercenaries. Later as you progress, you come across Setsuna who needs to travel across the lands to rid all of the monsters through a ritual sacrifice. Throughout the journey you’ll meet your typical JRPG stereotypes (brute, healer, support, etc), which support and aid Setsuna, as she progresses through her pilgrimage. Now, if this sounds familiar, it’s because Final Fantasy X had a very similar story, in which Yuna sacrificed herself to rid Sin, a ferocious monster that destroyed everything within it’s path. With that being said, that was the only correlation I found between the two games, as I am Setsuna really displays a more nostalgic feel, with a modern twist on the JRPG genre of video games.
 
8.4
 
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PlayStation 4
Written by Eric Layman     July 10, 2016     0   10   0   0   0
Pursuit of Super Metroid and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is virtuous compulsion. Insomniac Games, with a library of nearly thirty eclectic titles spread across twenty years, finally undertakes this journey with Song of the Deep.
 
6.8
 
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PlayStation 4
Written by Nathaniel Stevens     July 04, 2016     0   1   0   0   0
This is like a vehicle going from second to fifth gear and then hitting neutral. Manageable, but not an ideal situation.
 
6.2
 
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Furi Featured
PlayStation 4
Written by Eric Layman     July 04, 2016     0   10   0   0   0
Furi becomes essential by identifying and removing what it declares expendable.
 
9.0
 
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Inside Featured
Xbox One
Written by Eric Layman     July 02, 2016     0   10   0   0   0
Inside's quiet confidence is a maneuver invented to not only disarm the player, but also destabilize assumptions that seem inseparable from an entire class of games.
 
9.2
 
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Xbox One
Written by Pete Taylor     June 30, 2016     0   1   0   0   0
Taking Trials Fusion a little bit too literally.
 
6.4
 
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PlayStation 4
Written by Eric Layman     June 28, 2016     0   10   0   0   0
Creating a candid simulation of a correctional facility is Prison Architect's purpose. Its power is allowing the player to decide if moral indifference—their own or Prison Architect's—is either a strength or weakness.
 
7.2
 
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PlayStation 4
Written by Eric Layman     June 26, 2016     0   10   0   0   0
Trials' latest evolution is a fusion with Blood Dragon.
 
7.2
 
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