PC

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 review

It should be exhilarating, swinging from skyscraper to skyscraper hundreds of feet above the streets of Manhattan at breakneck speed. Who hasn’t wanted to perch atop the Chrysler Building and peer down in awe at the sea of humanity below?

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Daylight review

The first 20 minutes of Daylight are pure horror bliss. Hospital lights flicker and buzz as footsteps pound along in the distance; shrill screams echo through the halls, and unsettling visages of specters stare at you from afar. It’s genuinely

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The Elder Scrolls Online review

Ever since its inception, The Elder Scrolls Online has tried to service the demands of two, very different audiences. Die-hard ‘Scrolls fans who demand depth and the ability to go it alone, and MMO enthusiasts who crave a constant flow

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Child of Light review

From the moment the title screen music swells entranced your mind and heart will be, For Child of Light is a playable poem: of purpose and love, life and loss shrouded in mystery. Okay, I’m not so great at the whole rhyming thing,

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Dark Souls 2 review

Updated 4/24/14 – scroll to bottom for full PC impressions.  During my 54 hours with Dark Souls 2, I died 226 times. I know this courtesy of a worldwide death counter. But every time I took an axe to the

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