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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood review: Pass it on to your little brother

Younger siblings can be a pain, no two ways about it. They tease, annoy, break stuff and always seem to get away scot free, while the older ones have to turn the other cheek and look after them the best they can. It's a heavy burden to bear, almost a curse of brotherhood if you will. Max knows the...

The Walking Dead 2: All That Remains review: Remains to be seen

Telltale Games' award-winning video game series, The Walking Dead, is back for a second season, starting with the grimly titled episode "All That Remains". Just as the name might suggest, All that Remains is bleak and somewhat slow-paced, and leaves you with a bad taste in your mouth - but for all the good reasons. In this episode (and...

Battlefield 4 review: Where war is pure delight

Some would say war is hell, and for the most part they are correct. However, the war in Battlefield 4 is pure delight, with engaging action and breathtaking graphics. The multiplayer battles are an exciting mix of infantry and vehicular combat, just as they always were, and offer a variety of fun modes to keep you entertained for months...

World of Warplanes review: Crash, burn, and have fun doing so

The enemy target is in sight, right below. You make a steep dive, firing a hail of bullets on the unsuspecting aircraft. As its flaming fuselage crashes into the mountain side, you pet yourself on the back and mark another notch on your control panel. But this little moment of triumph doesn't last very long; a German Bf 109...

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag review: A pirate I wasn’t meant to be

Ah, the open sea. The sun on your face, the wind in your beard and the smell of rum and gunpowder in the air… Can you imagine anything better? Sailing the seven seas is something almost every kid dreams about at one point, and Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag gives you a great opportunity to sail at least one...

XCOM: Enemy Within review: A bigger, better alien invasion

XCOM: Enemy Unknown was great, no doubt about it. It brought back one of the most iconic turn-based strategy franchises, and became a modern-day classic all on its own. So imagine, if you will, what it would be like to play the game with mech suits and superhuman soldiers; with more missions, new weapons and terrifying enemies. XCOM: Enemy...

Batman: Arkahm Origins review: It’s simple, we recycle the Batman

Batman: Arkham Origins is a prequel. Six words into the review and you’re probably already shifting uneasily in your seat, and I really don’t blame you – prequels don’t have the best reputation around. As a prequel, Arkham Origins has the monumental task of both following Batman: Arkham City, and leading to Batman: Arkham Asylum – two critically-acclaimed and...

The Wolf Among Us: Faith review: Will huff and puff and blow you away

They say a leopard can’t change its spots, but no one ever said anything about wolves. The Big Bad Wolf, that infamously vicious monster from your childhood fairytales, is nowadays less of a blood-thirsty predator and more of a jaded lawman in the city of Manhattan. Actually, he is just one of the many fabled creatures and characters that...

FIFA 14 review: Same game, different package

Just like in every year, the coming winter won’t be complete without a new entry in the FIFA franchise. Distributer and developer EA Sports took note of every complained and fan feedback it got during the passing year and then took it to heart. The result – everything that was broken is now fixed, but nothing beyond that. FIFA 14...

Total War: Rome 2 review: An empire that will never fall

Empires rise and empires fall; it is a rule as old as warfare, but just like any other rule – there are always exceptions. One such exception is Creative Assembly’s monumental Total War franchise. For years we’ve been getting one excellent strategy game after the next, and this time is no different. With the release of Total War: Rome...

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