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Battlefield 4 Review

Genre | First Person Shooter
Developer | EA Digital Illusions CE
Platforms | PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, XBOX 360, XBOX One

Battlefield 4 is a first person shooter where players attempt to accomplish a series of objectives in various game modes. Players have access to a variety of guns, vehicles, and gadgets that they can use to attempt to beat the enemy team. There is also a single player campaign.

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Kentucky Route 0 Act II Review

Genre | Adventure, Interactive Fiction, Art
Developer | Cardboard Computer
Platforms | PC, Linux, OSX

Kentucky Route 0 is an adventure game set in the Southern United States with elements of magical realism. The player controls various characters and at certain points no character by choosing dialog options and exploring the world. This is a review of Act II.

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Kentucky Route 0 Act I Review

Genre | Adventure, Interactive Fiction, Art
Developer | Cardboard Computer
Platforms | PC, Linux, OSX

Kentucky Route 0 is an adventure game set in the Southern United States with elements of magical realism. The player controls various characters and at certain points no character by choosing dialog options and exploring the world. This is a review of Act I.

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Brütal Legend Review

Genre | Action, Strategy
Developer | Double Fine Productions
Platforms |  PC, PlayStation 3, XBOX 360, Linux, and OSX.

In Brütal Legend, the player controls Eddie Riggs, a roadie who dies at a heavy metal concert and is transported to a fantasy realm inspired by metal music where he leads the humans in revolt against the evil demons controlling the land.

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Spelunky Review

Genre | Platformer with Roguelike elements
Developer | Mossmouth
Platforms | PC, XBOX 360,  PlayStation 3, and Playstation Vita

In Spelunky the player controls an explorer who must traverse through randomly generated levels full of deadly traps, collecting treasure and fighting monsters. Frogs, rats, grasshoppers, penguins, and other vermin appear in the game as noncombatants.

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