Creative Assembly's 2014 horror game purposefully and masterfully evokes the best of its source material
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Once genre-defining, the Xbox's premier franchise is in a rut
In trying to adapt games, moviemakers take all the wrong cues
An unlikely celebration of New York that subtly acknowledges the power of invitation and inclusion
'Spec Ops: The Line' was published in 2012 and came close to capturing the visceral madness of the classic war movie
Like Disney’s new generation of films, 'Dark Forces' understood that nostalgia is the real Force behind 'Star Wars'