Third-person shooter MMO with odd aiming and repetitive missions. The teams are often completely unbalanced and the mission goals sometimes are as well. Turtling many times wins the match.
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A really interesting world and plot, hampered by terrible hand to hand combat sequences and barely adequate shooting. I wanted to love this game, but the actual act of playing was painfully awful.
 
This slick looking puzzle game is simple, but enjoyable. As the game progresses you unlock six special abilities and more complex puzzles to go with them. Aside from the simple 'normal' puzzles, there are also 'hard' and 'bonus' levels.
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A wonderfully stylish world and charming story wrapped up in some archaic point-and-click mechanics. Had this game kept up with its genre it would be perfect, as it is though its fossil-like design renders it only "okay".
 
A game for people who want to pretend to be hackers. Unfortunately this is only slightly more authentic than Hollywood movie representations of hacking.
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An Indiana Jones-inspired point and click adventure game that drags the genre forward. Innovative systems eliminate the standard "point and pray" mechanic without feeling cheap. Awesome voice acting and plot.
 
Slightly dated graphics, but quite fun. A successful combination of and Team Fortress 2, with a lot of thoughtful features. There are some bugs and oddities, but overall a free-to-play game that feels complete without paying for upgrades.
 
A fun FPS MMO that's free to play. Several game modes, and you work to unlock stats, weapons, and more. There are quests you can go on, and you can do them coop or solo. It's a fun game and it's worth a download.
 
Fun, humorous, and frantic. Almost too much so; there are so many explosions and elemental effects everywhere that it's easy to get lost. Made up for by the responsiveness of the controls and the variety of spells. Best played with friends.
 
The casting system is reasonably intuitive, and the gameplay itself is as fun as Torchlight, though the heavy corridor feel of the levels detracts a bit. There is a smattering of story and humor throughout, but I wouldn't call it story-driven.
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Shitty game full of shitty players. Everyone who plays this game sucks ass at it and blames their loss on someone else. Get carried scrubs.
 
This feels like a console game - smoothed movement, unchangable (close up) third person perspective. The combat is also poor and frustrating - with guns that seem like they were meant to be used with auto-aim. Melee combat is completely useless.
 
Couple of glitches, cheap good fun. Think asteroids meets space invaders meets your music meets cocaine and that's this. A lot of fun, online coop and vs in Ultra DLC, and it will make your eyes bleed!
 
Even though Killing Floor doesn't have a story line I still prefer it for co-op fun. This is incredibly easy, and the scripted way the special zombies pop out next to you is annoying unless you have the maps memorized.
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Very pretty and focused sim. Lets you set up routes very precisely, which is crucial, as many things can (frustratingly, but properly) go wrong. Problems: constructing monorails is too tricky, and it's hard to tell what changes your reputation.
 
 
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