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Telltale comes back for round two of The Walking Dead with a worthy follow-up to 2012's best game.
Without decent social sim mechanics or clever writing, Redshirt has nothing to stand on.
The first episode of The Wolf Among Us sets a high bar for the game as a whole, and confirms Telltale's status as a talented studio.
It's a visually amazing game with a solid multiplayer suite, but the campaign makes Killzone: ShadowFall fall flat on its clichéd yet pretty face.
Dead Rising 3 certainly makes a strong case for the Xbox One as a gaming machine, but it's otherwise difficult to recommend.
Level 4 may not be quite the evolution that Level 3 was, but Gavin Dunne's latest album is still well worth your time and money.
Hate Plus improves on its predecessor's already great blueprint, resulting in a smoother yet equally memorable experience.
The super-Eastern nature of Analogue: A Hate Story can be a bit of a hurdle if you're not used to that kind of thing, but it's still totally worth your time.
There's a twinge of distaste, but Cook, Serve, Delicious is mostly appetizing to the palette.
Pokemon Y may be allergic to major changes, but its core is solid enough. In short, it's a modern Nintendo game.