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Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine Review

Crates for the Crate Throne!

Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine Screenshot

HIGH Charging across a bridge to take on the forces of Chaos with a squad of marines at my back.

LOW The disappointing final boss is a wave fight in a boring arena followed by a quick-time event.

WTF All these slow-moving platform elevators and no ambushes on them?

Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad Review

You Will Die and You Will Like It

Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad Screenshot

HIGH: The frantic struggle after walking smack into an enemy player in a small enclosed area.

LOW: Locking most of the tutorial missions based on completion of the single player campaign.

WTF: Killing myself and a teammate with a bomb that I thought was an ammo box.

Portal 2 Third Opinion

There Better be Some Cheese at the End of this Maze

Portal 2 Screenshot

HIGH Sabotaging a turret assembly line for hilarious results.

LOW A series of giant test rooms where the challenge stems from spotting the portal-able wall.

WTF How do you "freshen up" carbon dioxide, GLaDOS?

Video: Conan--Gears of War 3 has lost its masculinity

Conan O'Brien is very concerned about the industry's shift towards non-violence. Gear of War 3 is just another sad example.

Video: Portal: No Escape short film

The world of Portal seems to be as compelling a place for movie makers to lose themselves in as it is for gamers. This is the second Portal short film I've seen this year that could only be described as a jaw-dropping accomplishment. The other seems a bit more light-hearted, but both capture Portal superbly. This particular short film is even more extraordinary when you consider how it was made.

Frozen Synapse Review

All the Tactics Without the Zerg Rush

Frozen Synapse Screenshot

HIGH Wiping out half the enemy team in one turn.

LOW Trying to figure out if I'm in an enemy sniper's line of sight.

WTF Learning the hard way that I cannot fire a rocket launcher through a wall without it exploding.

F.E.A.R. 3 Review

F3AR... Ftheer? Fthreer? Fatheear?

F.E.A.R. 3 Screenshot

HIGH: Fighting over bodies to possess in Soul King.

LOW: Being given a mech suit in a game where I am supposed to be frightened.

WTF: In this world, ghosts can be shot, have sex, and become pregnant. M'kay.

Brink Review

Me Shoot Now

Brink Screenshot

HIGH Seeing the credits roll came as a nice relief.

LOW Certain game-types can last fifteen agonizing minutes, regardless of the win conditions.

WTF "New Audio Log Unlocked!" AWESOME!!

Richard's Guide to Team Fortress 2, Part 5: The Heavy

Team Fortress 2 (Heavy) Screenshot

The Heavy is Team Fortress 2's most iconic class. He graces the cover of the retail box, he was selected to represent the game in Poker Night at the Inventory, and he was the subject of the very first "Meet the Team" video. So what does the giant man-beast actually do, other than brandish his impossibly large weapon and distinct raa-shun accent?

Exploring Eorzea: A Final Fantasy XIV chronicle, Part 3

Final Fantasy XIV Screenshot

Last time I checked in, I explained how I quickly went from level 1 to level 10 doing Guildleve quests at Camp Black Brush outside of the starting city of Ul'dah. The grind to double digits was really fast (far faster than it was in Final Fantasy XI before Square Enix made leveling so much quicker in that games). With mobs in the region giving less experience and skill points (experience needed to grow in physical levels, SP needed for leveling your specific job or class), I decided it was time to head to the next Guildleve hub—Camp Dry Bone.

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