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Memoria Review

Accessible Adventure

Memoria Screenshot

HIGH Witnessing the gigantic setpieces in Sadja's story.

LOW The forest maze.

WTF Seriously, a forest maze?!

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Review

Off the Charts

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Screenshot

HIGH Holy crap, this game still looks good.

LOW The Triforce hunt, and being fooled into believing that it'd been severely overhauled.

WTF That kid with the massive, dangling booger.

Alien Rage Review

Alien Irrelevance

Alien Rage Screenshot

HIGH It looks pretty.

LOW It plays like a dog.

WTF The person recording the audio logs actually mentions that they'll have to be collected from all around the station.

Dead Island: Riptide Second Opinion

Redoing Your Voodoo, Bitch

Dead Island: Riptide Screenshot

HIGH There's a mission entirely about shutting off Sam B's awful damn song.

LOW The nearly-immortal chainsaw maniac final boss.

WTF The developers were so sure I would use boats that water enemies don't even trigger if you walk right up to them in the canals.

Consoleation: All good things...

Consoleation: All good things...

After more than 12 years of writing about console video games—ranging from game reviews to sales analysis—I am officially "retiring." I use quotation marks because I can't really retire from something that I didn't really do for a living… but it's been more than 25% of my life, and the time has come to hang up my keyboard and step away… for good, this time.

Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut—The Official Visual Companion Review

Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut—The Official Visual Companion Screenshot

I'm certain there's a great story to be told about the troubled six-year development of Deadly Premonition, and I'm even more certain that this interactive guide isn't the place to find it. It does, however, offer a degree of insight into the mindset of the man behind its madness, Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro, and in places is every bit as esoteric as the game itself.

Arkham Origins, Swap Force, Phoenix Wright and Gravity

Batman: Arkham Origins Screenshot

For review, I've been playing two games at once… Not my favorite thing to do, but it is that time of the year and they aren't at all alike, so playing one is kind of like taking a break from the other. The first is Batman: Arkham Origins, as mentioned in the last post. I'm finding this is a very interesting title on many levels, but not necessarily for the reasons that you might expect.

Metro: Last Light—Season Pass Review

Spiders!!!

Metro: Last Light—Season Pass Screenshot

HIGH Spider's Lair is an excellent, atmospheric piece of content.

LOW Many missions end before they really get going.

WTF I've still no idea what the deal is with Anomalies.

How To Survive Review

Living It up with the Undead

How to Survive Screenshot

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.

Deadpool Review

This Merc's Mouth Is His Best Feature

Deadpool Screenshot

HIGH This is the funniest Deadpool story Daniel Way's ever written.

LOW The delayed aiming mechanic

WTF "And if any of you nerds are puffy about Rogue being able to fly in this game when she can't fly in the comics right now, take a bath, move out of your parents' basement and maybe you'll get to kiss a REAL girl." Hey game, you know what? F**********ck you.

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