Return to the Zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in this third offering of GSC Game World's unique and compelling series. Just watch out for the mutants. Published February 28 2010
The latest offering in Sid Meier's legendary series will update and improve upon the magic formula that has resulted in so many sleepless nights for so many world dominators. Published February 28 2010
Ubisoft's new digital rights management scheme seems designed to incite rage from consumers. Published February 19 2010
City Interactive's adventure game will take you from France to Cairo and beyond to solve the mystery of the Mary Celeste - but is it a trip worth taking? Published February 17 2010
Descend beneath the waves once again--but will Rapture entrance you the second time around? Published February 17 2010
Space opera. Timeless classic. Sprawling epic. KoTOR killer. Whatever you call it, it's undeniable that nothing quite like Mass Effect 2 has ever been seen before. Published February 9 2010
The sequel to 2007's heavy hitter is looking like a well-crafted game - but will it retain the lasting appeal of the original? Published February 3 2010
Jerod Jarvis is a hardcore Christian gamer with a penchant for writing. He seeks to integrate his faith with his hobby in a consistent and God-honoring way. He games on a PC. Not that good games can't be found ...Read More
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