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Zeno Clash II Review

Zeno Bash

Zeno Clash II Screenshot

HIGH Giving a humanoid crustacean a piledriver. The wrestling kind.

LOW Getting locked out of certain environments after traversing them.

WTF There's a few WTF moments in here. There's... a few.

Scratching Infinite, War Logs and Faery

Saints Row IV Screenshot

In case you missed it, here's my full review of Saints Row IV and the Second Opinion from Sparky Clarkson. Personally, I had a blast with it and it more than made up for the nonsensical patchwork that SR3 was. However, I've been hearing some grumbling from others (a good number who came aboard the series with SR3) who didn't find it the same enjoyable experience that I did. Tastes certainly vary, but I think in this case it seems that a person's expectations are somewhat defined by what their first experience with SR was.

Time and Eternity Review

For Better or for Worse

Time and Eternity Screenshot

HIGH The hand-drawn character designs seem straight out of an anime.


LOW The Fiance Who Wouldn't Die
.

WTF The Fiance Who Wouldn't Die is actually the protagonist.

Out of the Park Baseball 14 Review

By Baseball Geeks, for Baseball Geeks

Out of the Park Baseball 14 Screenshot

HIGH Making a choice on whether to hang onto a young, promising minor leaguer or trade in the hopes of making the playoffs.

LOW Being overwhelmed by the sheer number of options and information available.

WTF Tony Cruz is slugging .510? Really?

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 96: The Listener Created Show

This week we put the fate of our show in the hands of our listeners and came up with a bevy of hot topics, from the Xbox 180 to the distinction between AAA and Indie games. Featuring Richard Naik, Brad "Doesn't Know What a Conch Is" Gallaway, Chi Kong "No Menus" Lui, Michael Cunningham, and Ashley King.

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Saints Row IV Second Opinion

Johnny Get Your Gat

Saints Row IV Screenshot

HIGH "Asha, that lightbulb has a family."

LOW The disappointing "sidequests" are just groups of area-control events you would probably do yourself anyway.

WTF How do you get a simple concept like TK mayhem so wrong?

Saints Row IV Review

Mulligan!

Saints Row IV Screenshot

HIGH "Paula Abdul is my spirit animal."

LOW Frequent low-level glitches and technical weirdness.

WTF Seriously Volition… still no booty slider in character creation?

Just for the trophy

The Last of Us Screenshot

I hate Firefly pendants. I don't really hate anything intrinsic to the pendants, of course. They're much too boring for that.

Metro: Last Light—Faction Review

The Good, the Bad and the Average

Metro: Last Light—Faction Screenshot

HIGH The additional freedom afforded during "Kshatriya."

LOW The restrictive, irritating cadence of "Heavy Squad."

WTF Stare those enemies down? They just beat me to death for trying.

Dragon's Crown, Friday Monsters, Brothers and Saints Row IV

Dragon's Crown Screenshot

First, here's my take on Dragon's Crown for PS3/Vita, which you may have heard about thanks to the brouhaha surrounding the hyper-sexualized art style. Personally, I thought it looked great, although everyone has their own preferences. However, it's an incredible game regardless of what it looks like, and it's probably the best beat-'em-up that's ever been made.

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