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'Titanfall 2' Brings Heavy Metal with a Light Touch
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Part of what makes "Watch Dogs 2" so refreshing is that you can complete every mission without shooting anyone.
'Dishonored 2' Thrills in Subtle, Shadowy Ways
"Dishonored 2" has so many breathtaking moments that it's an essential change of pace from the usual video-game bombast.
'Final Fantasy XV' a Rough Road Trip Worth Taking
"FFXV" is a ridiculously ambitious game with many glaring flaws, but it kind of won me over in the end.
'The Last Guardian' Likely to Confound the Impatient
"The Last Guardian" is gorgeous, with expansive vistas of the majestic ruins that are so tantalizingly out of reach.
'Resident Evil' Returns to Hardcore Horror Roots
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"Mass Effect: Andromeda" invites you to take part in a grand adventure but delivers mixed results.
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"Quantum Break" pulls off some neat tricks with its overall presentation — I just wish its separate elements were cleverer.
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