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No Chicken Soup Today Review

Although frustrating to get the hang of at first, No Chicken Soup Today is a good way to pass the time when you're stuck in a waiting room somewhere. It's one of those rare platformers that give you an actual challenge and will keep you coming back to prove yourself. You play the game as a chicken that is trying to escape from a kitchen by jumping around obstacles, picking up power ups and avoiding things that can kill you. The controls are hard to get used to ...

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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Review

Repackaged and re-released, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive provides a great and affordable, competitive, multiplayer FPS experience. The timeless classic hasn't evolved much from the first Counter-Strike back released in 2000, and while some of the fans would maintain that that's a good thing, the game feels like little more than an update to the previous versions. That said, the game does come with a couple of new and interesting features.

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Guild Wars 2 Review

Guild Wars 2, arguably the most anticipated MMORPG of 2012, hit the markets August 28. The game claims to be the next gen MMO that will set the standards for the genre in the years to come. Made by Anet, the same people who made its predecessor Guild Wars, the game brings some exciting new elements to the table, including fast-paced dynamic combat and exciting new twists on the typical fantasy MMO features and the classes that we’re accustomed to.

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Batman Arkham City Review

Set one year after the events of its predecessor, the Dark Knight returns in his never-ending crusade against crime and villainy in the second installment of the new Batman games. All the inmates of Arkham Asylum and Blackgate Prison have been put in a walled off part of Gotham

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