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Far Cry 4 review: The most thrilling deja vu experience you'll ever play - PCworld

27 days 23 hours ago - Far Cry 4 is a fantastic thrill ride, but it's going to feel awfully familiar to fans. | Review | PC

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Alien: Isolation review: The best, most terrifying Alien experience in nearly 30 years | PC World

33 days 14 hours ago - Alien: Isolation has its issues, but by-and-large it's the best stealth game of the year and a stunning tribute to Ridley Scott's universe. | Review | PC

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Dragon Age: Inquisition review: Big, bold, and full of fetch quests | PC World

38 days 14 hours ago - Dragon Age: Inquisition has some utterly amazing moments, but they're padded out by a fair amount of ho-hum filler. | Review | PC

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How we built one of the most powerful DIY gaming PCs you can buy today

51 days 8 hours ago - PCWorld’s celebrating the no-holds-barred spirit of glorious PC gaming excess all week long, and this build represents the epitome of that. Over th... | Article | PC

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PC World: Ryse Son of Rome (PC) Review

72 days 3 hours ago - Crytek brings its Xbox One launch exclusive over to the PC and it's not great. But PC graphics enthusiasts should probably check it out anyway. | Review | PC

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China paving the way for big Xbox One sales

122 days 5 hours ago - China has approved the sale of 5 million Xbox One units, opening the way for Microsoft to make a big splash in the country’s emerging console secto... | News | Xbox One

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PC World: Valiant Hearts: The Great War review

177 days 10 hours ago - Valiant Hearts takes on the dark subject matter of World War I, and out comes one of the grimmest, most respectful war games ever made. | Review | Xbox 360

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Gamers to Microsoft: We don't need no stinking ecosystem in our living room

193 days 3 hours ago - In its day, Microsoft’s Xbox 360 was the life of the living room, the guy that brought the wings and beer on game day. But then the Xbox One began... | Opinion piece | Xbox One

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The Evil Within hands-on preview: This horror game's more graphic than suspenseful | PCWorld

205 days 8 hours ago - PC World: I'm not even going to bother spending a lot of time on whether or not you'll be "scared" by The Evil Within because it's a fool's er... | Preview | PC

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Wolfenstein: The New Order review: Nazis, robots, and gloriously dumb fun, oh my | PC World

214 days 3 hours ago - It doesn't play like Wolfenstein, and it barely feels like Wolfenstein, but maybe that's a good thing—this is the best entry the franchise has seen... | Review | PC

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CCP Games Announces Project Legion - An Updated PC-focused Dust 514.

232 days 6 hours ago - Project Legion, unveiled today at Fanfest during the Dust 514 keynote, is essentially a new CCP prototype, along the lines of EVE: Valkyrie at last... | News | PC

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How Xbox Live Gold Must Change For a New Age of Free

232 days 6 hours ago - A new chief executive, a new head of Microsoft’s Devices business, a new corporate philosophy. But Microsoft’s Xbox Live Gold subscription service,... | Opinion piece | Xbox 360

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DirectX 12 vs. Mantle: Comparing PC Gaming's Software-Supercharged Future

267 days 6 hours ago - After nearly five years of lingering on the same stable release, the next generation of DirectX is finally on its way. But a specter hung over Micr... | Article | PC

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RealMyst: Masterpiece Edition review: The same Myst you know and love, but prettier | PC World

268 days 3 hours ago - Meet the new RealMyst, a lot like the old Myst - but with vastly improved graphics. | Review | PC

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Nintendo nostalgia takes a turn at Game Developers Conference

275 days 10 hours ago - This week’s Game Developer Conference largely focuses on what’s next in the gaming world. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t time to look back at wh... | Article | Wii U

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Titanfall (PC) impressions: Frenetically fun robot violence -- when the servers work | PC World

283 days 21 hours ago - PC World "I could probably write my Titanfall review right now. I've played about fifteen hours of the game, all-told. I've finished most of one of... | Preview | PC

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Harmonix's new game is a musical shooter. Seriously.

300 days 21 hours ago - "Eight people shooting a musical weapon of one kind, eight people shooting a weapon of another kind. All these light beams, rockets and grenades sh... | Article | Dev

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Octodad: Dadliest Catch review: Octopi and suits don't mix, and that's the point - PCWorld

310 days 9 hours ago - "While the game starts out strong, with a charming premise and an endearing cast of characters, its best qualities are quickly discarded in favor o... | Review | PC

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Xbox One Review | PC World

395 days 16 hours ago - “It’s a Trojan horse!” they said. When Microsoft released the original Xbox in 2001, the company dominated the computing world, and common wisdom h... | Review | Xbox One

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The Stanley Parable Review: The end is never the end | PC World

411 days 7 hours ago - The Stanley Parable, once a small mod for Half-Life 2, is now a standalone game—and it’s way bigger, better and crazier than before. | Review | PC

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