Andrew HaywardContributor, Greenbot

Andrew Hayward is a Chicago-based games, apps, and gadgets writer whose work has been featured in more than 50 publications. He's also a work-at-home dad to a wild toddler.

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République makes console-like stealth action memorable on mobile

This gorgeous episodic adventure puts a touch-based twist on the sneak-and-shoot genre—without the shooting.

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South Park: Pinball is one of the best games the show has ever produced

Far from a lazy cash-in, this Zen Pinball-powered affair includes two great tables and plenty of amusing fan service.

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CounterSpy heats up the Cold War with tense sneaking and shooting

Duck behind cover, stealthily attack guards, and avert a nuclear crisis in this slick spy adventure.

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Leo's Fortune offers charming and challenging platform action

Designed for smartphone screens, this attractive side-scroller is well tuned for touch and provides ample replay value.

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Anomaly Defenders delivers deep and engrossing strategic action

Flipping the series' trademark "tower offense" design, this glossy sci-fi campaign requires smart, tactical decision-making

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SlingTV review: Convenient TV place-shifting, with an underwhelming new interface

For the first time, SlingTV puts an informational overlay on your TV screen, to help you find what to watch. We're just not sure it's worth the upcharge from the capable Slingbox M1.

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A behind-the-scenes look at the evolution of the Moto 360

Motorola shows off several could've-been smartwatches—many nothing like the Moto 360 that just went on sale.

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The most sophisticated Android Wear watch is here: Hands-on with the Moto 360

Motorola's rounded Android Wear watch is finally ready, and we've worn it.

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Hands-on with the impressive new Moto X and Moto G

Motorola continues its comeback with some big improvements to its best phones.

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Slingbox M1 review: Place-shift TV with minimal hassle

Sling brought back the native desktop apps and built Wi-Fi in to its entry-level Slingbox, now called the M1.

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Left behind: The sad state of portable gaming devices at E3

The PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS are more marginalized than ever at gaming's biggest expo.

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Last-call for last-gen: 15 intriguing Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 games at E3 2014

Gaming's biggest event might be focused on new hardware, but the old consoles still have a little life left in them if these titles are anything to go by.

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Nyrius Aries Pro review: Cut the wire clutter in your home entertainment setup

If your TV is mounted on the wall, or you use a projector, this little gadget can let you hook up a game console or a laptop without stringing HDMI cables everywhere.

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Review: Ratchet and Clank: All 4 One Is as Slick and Funny as Ever

We're all for a polished Ratchet & Clank multiplayer experience, but pesky bugs and other issues put a slight damper on this party.

Review: Dead Rising 2: Off the Record Debuts Much Anticipated Sandbox Mode

Frank West's attempt to reclaim his series deserves to be on the franchise record, though it treads a lot of familiar ground.