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PlayStation Network Reviews

The Wolf Among Us "A Crooked Mile" review for PC, XBLA, PSN

Bigby gets angry. Snow White gets angry. Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum get angry. But you'll likely be happy with the third episode of The Wolf Among Us.

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Deception IV: Blood Ties review for PS Vita, PS3

How many times can you drop a pumpkin on someone's head, have them walk into the path of an oncoming train, and then hit them with a wall-full of spears before it gets old? (Spoiler alert: infinite times, if Deception IV is anything to go by.)

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Luftrausers review for PS Vita, PS3

Apparently rage and frustration are two key emotions in making a highly replayable game. Who knew?

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Towerfall: Ascension review for PS4

The main reason to buy an Ouya comes to the PS4, and suddenly becomes a good reason to pick up one of those, too.

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f review for PS Vita

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f probably looks better than your typical music game. Does it play better as well? Read on and find out!

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Basement Crawl review for PS4

No. Just…no.

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Gunslugs review for PS Vita

More a "should-play" than a "must-play", but still a very good retro-inspired run and gun shooter for the PS Vita.

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Magus review for PS3

Finally, a role playing game for the lazy gamers.

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The Walking Dead Season 2 "A House Divided" review for PC, XBLA, PSN

The second season of The Walking Dead from Telltale Games continues to unfold with this episode, which has a significant impact on Clementine and her new group of fellow survivors.

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Forest Legends: The Call of Love review for PS3

What's a hidden object game without hidden objects? Not a whole lot, apparently.

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TxK review for PS Vita

You call that retro? THIS is retro.

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Strider review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

Strider gets the reboot treatment for current and last gen systems courtesy of developer Double Helix and Capcom. Is the world ready for the return of Strider Hiryu?

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Fort Defense review for PS Vita

Fort Defense won't blow you away, but at least it works, so that should count for something, right?

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Adam's Venture: Chronicles review for PS3

Welcome to Hell — literally.

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