Author: Corey Motley

Deus Ex: Mankind Excited

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2011’s Deus Ex: Human Revolution is likely my favorite game of its generation. I haven’t been that enamored with a game in a long time, and I’m reasonably sure I’ve played through it (and its Director’s Cut version) roughly 600 times. I might be exaggerating a little there, but just a little.


Doom (PS4) Review

Doom. Doom never changes

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HIGH Remembering to use the one-hit kill chainsaw in a tight spot

LOW Frustrating boss fights

WTF Antagonist Olivia Pierce looks like Tilda Swinton


Superhot Review

Super Not … gonna forget this game any time soon

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HIGH Splitting an incoming bullet in two with a swift katana slice.

LOW Some challenge modes are lame.

WTF I wonder how much money Microsoft ponied up to keep this exclusive on XBO


Hitman’s ‘Elusive Targets’ Finally Appear

 

In my recent review of Hitman Episode 2, one complaint was about the “Elusive Target” missions — despite the game debuting two months ago, that section of the Hitman menu remained blank. IO Interactive hadn’t said what those missions would consist of, nor had they set a release date for them. As luck would have it, the first Elusive Mission launched the day my review went live, so consider this an amendment about this formerly-absent content.