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Review: Containment: The Zombie Puzzler
Zombies on the block
Few writers cover games with more depth and insight than Brad Gallaway, the senior editor for GameCritics.com. He plays everything, and he's not afraid to go against popular opinion.
| April 17, 2012
Road to nowhere
I have a hard-and-fast rule not to read other people's reviews of games I'll be covering myself.
| April 05, 2012
Review: Mass Effect 3
Lost in space
Gamers finally have their own equivalent to J. J. Abrams's sci-fi television epic, Lost.
| March 26, 2012
Review: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
Curt Schilling's winning pitch to gamers
Are you ready for this? Curt Schilling's video game is good. Really good.
| March 02, 2012
Review: The Darkness II
The heart of the matter
Have you ever felt a rage so powerful and consuming that it seemed to be operating under its own control? That's the Darkness.
| February 15, 2012
Review: Soul Calibur V
It's time to make some new friends.
| February 07, 2012
Review: Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition
Fallout: New Vegas hits the jackpot
You have to wonder why anybody bothers buying new games these days.
| February 01, 2012
Review: Infinity Blade II
Touch the future
Nothing is better than playing a game that takes full advantage of its hardware.
| January 05, 2012
The games of winter
Sci-fi, fantasy, and Sony's new handheld
Despite a quiet January, this winter gives gamers much to look forward to: long-awaited sequels, promising original franchises, and even a new handheld system.
| December 27, 2011
Sexiest video game studs of 2011
If only they were real
Here's our annual list of the hot men video games have offered up this past year.
| December 22, 2011
Video games of 2011: Yakuza 4 is the tops
The gang's all here
There was plenty to cheer for in the 2011 crop of games.
| December 20, 2011
Review: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
It is fitting that the life cycle of the Nintendo Wii should be bookended by underwhelming Zelda games.
| December 07, 2011
Review: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
The siren call
My introduction to The Elder Scrolls series involved watching a friend use the same spell over and over in a forest full of endlessly re-spawning rats, in an effort to level up his magical abilities.
| December 01, 2011
Review: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
What did you expect?
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 felt formulaic — but, oh, what a wonderful formula it was. Modern Warfare 3 follows an identical trajectory.
| November 29, 2011
Review: Uncharted 3
The Drake equation
What the hell happened? When Uncharted 2: Among Thieves came out just two short years ago, it hit like a bolt from heaven.
| November 15, 2011
Review: Arkham City
An epic new Batman adventure
What must it feel like to be Batman?
| November 07, 2011
id Software returns with a new shooter
It took id Software 18 months to make Doom , not the first first-person shooter ever made, but certainly the most important.
BY MITCH KRPATA
| October 18, 2011
Review: Gears of War 3
The COG's sordid past comes to light
Gears of War 3 should feel familiar. Except the female characters have guns now.
| October 05, 2011
Review: Shadows of the Damned
A new cult classic
Over the next couple of months, you'll be bombarded with ads for big-budget games.
| September 27, 2011
Taking gaming to the masses
Welcome to the first night of Barcraft Boston, where, a few times a month, video gamers take over the upstairs of the Greatest Bar to watch professionals battle it out in Starcraft 2 .
| September 21, 2011
Shooting, looting, and doing the Humpty Dance: 10 games you’ll be addicted to this fall
The gaming industry brings out the big guns
Although top-shelf games are a year-round occurrence, publishers still wait until the fall to bring out their big guns — literally, in most cases.
| September 14, 2011
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