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Despite the tagline “Robots in disguise,” subtlety isn’t normally a word I associate with Transformers. And yet here we are—Transformers: Devastation is one of the most introspective games I’ve played all year, with the kind of quiet character development I typically associate with small, experimental indie games. Ha, just kidding. Transformers: Devastation is a loud, …

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The horn blows. “Coming out,” drones a voice over the PA. The massive gate retracts, letting those inside the Early Access prison see just a bare sliver of the outside world—a world where finished games roam free, frolicking through the verdant pastures of Steam. A lone prisoner turns to the others. “It’s my day,” says …

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“I have entered into the service of a new gentleman. It would seem he is a gambling man.” And with these words, your adventure begins. It’s 1872 and your master, a Monsieur Fogg, has bet some of his colleagues in London that he can circumnavigate the globe in under eighty days—by ship, by train, and …

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Office 2016 is a major upgrade, but not in the way you’d first suppose. Just as Windows 10  ties notebooks, desktops, phones and tablets together, and adds a layer of intelligence, Office 2016 wants to connect you and your coworkers together, using some baked-in smarts to help you along. I tested the client-facing portion of …

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Imagine: You’re standing outside a costume shop dressed as a bird. Times are hard. You used to have a better job, but your husband/wife left you and your kids don’t talk to you and you’re maybe an alcoholic, and this is all you’ve got—standing in the hot sun, on the hot asphalt, making minimum wage …

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If you were to ask me “Is Mad Maxa bad game?” I would, immediately and adamantly, answer “No.” If you were to ask me “Is Mad Maxa goodgame?” though, you would see me pause, maybe blink a few times, and then—again—answer “No.” I’m stuck in this limbo, this grey area, because here’s the hard truth …