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Wizardry Online Review

Wizardry Online is jagged around the edges, but manages to pull off a few interesting tricks. The Good Combat is varied and interesting Permadeath ups the ante Group finder makes traveling with ...

You Know You’re Playing An ’80s Game When…

The release of Ubisoft’s Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon has given us cause to revisit the 1980s, a decade in which childhood summers seemed to last for months, SodaStream tasted better than Coca-Cola because you put the bubbles in it yourself and completing your Panini sticker album required endless rounds of swapsies with your friends. There were also a host ...

Bobby Kotick's 2012 contract delivers up to $64.9m payout

Latest contract awards Activision CEO five-year stock options that could pay up to 800 percent more money than the $8m he earnt in 2011. Update: An Activision representative has contacted GameSpot to state that Bloomberg has since revised its story to emphasise the distinction between Kotick's annual salary and his stock options, and that the CEO's ...

The Bridge Review

The Bridge is a visually appealing puzzler that entertains despite sluggish movements and a few frustrating levels. The Good Stunning Escher-like penciled artwork Satisfying puzzles of accessible difficulty Mirror mode offers worthwhile ...

This Week on the PSN (April 23rd, 2013)

Every Tuesday, Sony drops a bunch of new stuff onto the PlayStation Network. Those with a PlayStation 3, Vita or PSP can download these goodies, which include PSN games, movies, themes and more. While the Official PlayStation Blog outlines these updates in full each week, we thought we'd help truncate the good news into something more digestible. PSN Games Here are this ...
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