A brilliant singleplayer campaign married to inventive, skill-intensive multiplayer that calls back to FPS classics of old.
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An original and deep game of strategic online warfare that brings your sci-fi capital ship fantasies to life.
A brilliant strategy game that manages to be both broad and deep, challenging and accessible.
AI flaws and a limp campaign let down an otherwise-accomplished RTS revival.
Too brief and inconsequential to live up to expectations. One for Dragon Age lore obsessives and ardent completionists.
A solid console adaptation of an intricate and rewarding competitive experience, but not without rough edges.
The most any studio has done to open up a complex genre to a new audience. Inviting, entertaining, and deceptively deep.
A beautifully designed, tough, and cheerful roguelike that rewards perseverance with a singular feeling of finesse.
MachineGames are still masters of first-person violence, but this return to Castle Wolfenstein doesn't give them anything new to work with.
A sandbox of extraordinary scope created with a masterful attention to detail. A patchy campaign doesn't spoil this wonderful, evocative city.