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Forza Horizon 2 review for Xbox One

Forza Horizon 2 raises the bar for what new-gen racing games should be.

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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood review for Xbox One

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a surprisingly fun and inventive adventure that should help satisfy those suffering from the post-launch drought.

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Zoo Tycoon review for Xbox One

It's the new Zoo review, coming right at you.

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Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons review for XBLA

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons kicks off the Summer of Arcade this year, and instantly becomes one of the best titles released during the entirety of the promotion.

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Ryse: Son of Rome gameplay trailer from the Xbox One E3 Conference [UPDATE: Screens]

Check out this Ryse gameplay trailer from the Xbox One conference held earlier today. Gears of War meets Shadow of Rome? You be the judge!

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Halo for Xbox One announced by 343 Industries plus a trailer [UPDATE: Screens]

Halo (and apparently Master Chief) are coming to Xbox One via 343 Industries. Check out the reveal trailer from the E3 Microsoft conference.

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Gears of War: Judgment Call to Arms DLC review for Xbox 360

Gears of War: Judgment gets its first paid DLC map pack with Call to Arms, and the result is pretty underwhelming.

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Gears of War: Judgment review for Xbox 360

Gears of War: Judgment benefits from new concepts like dynamic spawns, and a campaign that's reminiscent of the original game, but has some issues in other areas, including multiplayer.

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Skulls of the Shogun review for XBLA, PC

17-Bit delivers a fun take on ancient warfare with their strategy release of Skulls of the Shogun. Devour enemy skulls and bash your way through enemy defenses in this unique turn-based strategy game.

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Halo 4 Crimson Map Pack impressions for Xbox 360

Halo fans rejoice! The first of many map packs have finally landed for Halo 4, featuring three new maps available across a variety of multiplayer modes. Check out our impressions behind the cut.

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Halo 4 review for Xbox 360

While 343 Industries might be new to the helm of Microsoft's FPS flagship, Halo certainly seems to be in the right hands if Halo 4 is any indication of what we can expect going forward.

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Fable: The Journey review for Xbox 360

Fable: The Journey manages to do what a lot of Kinect games sadly don't, which is take a core gamer experience and break it down for the Kinect in a way that actually works.

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Forza Horizon review for Xbox 360

Forza Horizon offers up all of Forza's signature style in a brand new, open world package. This might be Playground Games' first release, but this veteran team of racing developers really outdo themselves with this one.

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Mark of the Ninja review for XBLA

Klei Entertainment delivers a stand out, 2D stealth experience with their XBLA release of Mark of the Ninja. Check out the full review behind the cut.

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