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The Guild II : Renaissance
Best described as a "medieval life simulator", The Guild II: Renaissance has a lot of detail, but lacks some humanization.
A dark fantasy RPG based on a long-running Polish fantasy series, "The Witcher" has some interesting ideas in some fields, but falls back on genre standards with others.
E.Y.E. : Divine Cybermancy
Produced by a 10-man team of French developers, E.Y.E.: Divine Cybermancy has some neat ideas, but an overall questionable execution.
Supreme Commander 2
"Supreme Commander 2" largely eschews the ground-breaking concepts of scale found in its predecessor, and ends up being a fairly standard RTS game.
Shogun 2 : Total War
The sequel to "Shogun: Total War" (released in 2000), Shogun 2 uses immersive graphics and solid gameplay to create a distinct advancement to the Total War series.
Deus Ex : Human Revolution
Successor to one of the first truly open-ended FPS games, "Deus Ex: Human Revolution" has a lot to live up to. Amidst accusations of simplification, does DX:HR live up to its legacy?
Dead Island - PC
A zombie-based FPS using RPG elements similar to games like Diablo or Borderlands, "Dead Island" can't quite make up its mind what it wants to be.
From Dust - Game Review
A fairly innovative puzzle game from Ubisoft, "From Dust" has the player solving problems using the raw elements of nature itself.
Blood Bowl : Legendary Edition
A direct port of the board game by Games Workshop, Blood Bowl is part football, part rugby, and part gladiators set in a world of fantasy, magic, elves, dwarves, and orcs.
The Sims 3 - PC Game Review
The natural evolution of the Sims series, "The Sims 3" adds more content and streamlines gameplay, but is basically more of the same.
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