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Moebius, a new point-and-click adventure from Gabriel Knight creator Jane Jensen, is underwhelming at best.
From Spanish conquistadors to murderous skeletons, this version of the lost Roanoke colony sure is weird.
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls isn't quite perfect, but it's amazing Blizzard could salvage this much from the wreckage of the original game.
Meet the new Myst, a lot like the old Myst - but with vastly improved graphics. Does the classic stand up to the test of time?
Naval Strike is Battlefield on a boat, which is amazing - except for when you can't hitch a ride on a ship.
Console gamer, PC gamer, or somewhere in between? There's something shiny here for all tastes and budgets.
Microsoft’s audacious assault on your living room is delightfully innovative yet unrefined.
Typing of The Dead adapts a first-person zombie shooter to use typing skills, not button mashing, to commit mayhem. Funny, fast-paced, and unique, its blend of grindhouse horror and unique mechanics is very appealing.
Slow machines of the world, rejoice. You too can revel in some of the best that PC gaming has to offer, with these 10 games that won't put your hardware to shame.
Ventrilo keeps both sophisticated power gamers and easily overwhelmed newbies chatting in-game.
NBA 2K14 shines, but still falls short in one major department.
Distant Worlds is a classic 4X (eXpand, eXplore, eXploit, eXterminate) game with as much or as little micromanagement as you want. The latest expansion, Shadows, offers a unique twist on 4X play: You can control a pirate band instead of galactic empires.
This isn't the fastest boutique gaming rig we've tested, but it's a whole lot less expensive.
Plants vs Zombies 2 has more plants, more zombies, and more ways to make you pay.
Varied environments and added game mechanics help, but horror game Slender: The Arrival still comes up a bit short.