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How To Survive Review

Living It up with the Undead

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HIGH Testing out feathered arrows on a compound bow.

LOW The ill-conceived fetchquest at the end of the game.

WTF Zombie deer are the deadliest creatures on the islands.

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 99: Question Time

With 100 percent more GameCritics.com podcast regulars than last time, the almost significant Episode 99 delves into Pokemon X/Y, Etrian Odyssey Untold, How to Survive, and Demon's Souls. Then it's question time, covering everything from favourite Final Fantasy magic systems to the issues surrounding the Barkham Origins embargo. All of this in the allegedly capable hands of Sinan Kubba, Brad Gallaway, Richard Naik, and special guest Michael "Mac" Cunningham.

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Gone Home Review

You Can Do Better

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HIGH Understanding where a particular post-it note message came from.

LOW Seeing all the arcs come together in the same general area.

WTF So, is the idea here that Sam stole these clothes?

Sweet Fuse: At Your Side Review

My Heart Goes Boom, Boom, Boom

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HIGH Character designs by Phoenix Wright artist, Tatsuro Iwamoto!

LOW Typos in a game that focuses on text.

WTF Wakasa's Japanese voice actor is the same person who voices Eren Jaeger in Attack on Titan?!

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 98: Big Red Potion Reunion

Sinan Kubba, joined by just one GameCritic in the form of Brad Gallway, takes the opportunity to have a Big Red Potion reunion by bringing his former co-host Joe DeLia and Eurogamer's Jeffrey Matulef onto the show. The quartet take a dazzlingly irreverent (and temporally irrelevant) dash through the games they've been playing, covering The Last of Us, Saints Row IV, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, Ico, Wordament, Asura's Wrath, and The Wolf Among Us.

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Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Second Opinion

Actions Speak Louder than Words

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HIGH In the water, pulling the left trigger.

LOW The slightly-off epilogue.

WTF Becoming a blood monster.

Rain Review

All Wet

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HIGH Being invisible is a great idea for a main character.

LOW The gameplay is too basic to be enjoyable.

WTF The ending feels like a copout.

Cognition: Episode Four—The Cain Killer Review

Spackled, but Still Cracked

Cognition: Episode Four—The Cain Killer Screenshot

HIGH Solving the final phase of the round table puzzle.

LOW Every time Cain explains himself.

WTF I just happened to be carrying a caltrop in my pocket?

The Wolf Among Us: Episode One—Faith Review

A Wolf in Man's Clothing

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HIGH An urban fantasy detective story? Yay!

LOW Slow loading and framerate chugging with a game like this? Really?

WTF How in the world are they going to resolve this cliffhanger?!?

Puppeteer Review

Less than Meeeeeowgical

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HIGH Great "theatrical" premise.

LOW Finding out the heads aren't good for much.

WTF Stellar voice actors are wasted on a bland, tiresome script.

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