Sometimes the dead should stay dead.
"I've got hands to kiss, and babies to shake."
As brilliant as it was literate.
Bossing us about.
Find her. Save her.
Everyone called Malcolm is evil.
The six levels of Hell.
The one that isn't Ratchet & Clank.
Out of its mind.
Waste of time.
The one that isn't Jak & Daxter.
Please remain assembled during authorisation.
The dark ages.
The retro path.
Fresh bananas for the whole crew!
Beep boop beep ba beep bo boop ba beep.
Battling the gods.
Real good time world.
You say bugs. I say gaming jazz.
Death becomes her.
A links to the past.
It's crunch time.
The attack warrants a second look.
Laughs or howls?
Winter wonderland or snowballs?
Through a glass darkly.
It's okay to die.
Thanks for the memories.
I feel like I could... like I could... like I could TAKE ON THE WORLD!
They have a voice. They're going to use it.
One for the dreamers.
Edgey-poos! Taking justice to the streets.
Be-beep. Be-beep. BE-BEEEEEP!
John reassesses his relationship with the DS.
John Walker corners Kim Swift about the game that spawned Portal.
The few. The proud. The hiding in an air vent.
I spy with my freakishly giant eye.
Colour is my obsession, joy and torment.
Violation #395.7: Clicking on a review link without clear signal.
Having a blast.
If you spell it, it will come.
A truly gentlemanly experience.
Travel forward, back, back again, then forward, back a bit, then forward again in time.
Another spell of good fortune.
A world away.
The artful dodger.
Evil's heading for the family consoles.
Part 3: Return of the Bastard.
It's a hit, man.
War's a serious business.
Part 2: Bastardier.
"You're not authorised in this area!"
Part 1: A nice man takes a journey to the Dark Side.
And yet we still can't find our keys.
The history of World of Goo.
Ever had one of those days?
This year's Slitherlink!
Can the DS handle it all?
Drawn to the rhythm.
Is there still power in the Midnight Hour?
There is such a thing as a free launch ramp.
Because it was such a serious business before?
Missed the point and click.
Another Ace up their sleeve.
I'll take the case!
Curiouser and curiouser.
Taking a closer look at the games we never see here.
IGF Finalists 2008: Back to the drawing board.
The Slitherlink of Picross.
Sitting in a tree.
Keep on trucking.
Shall we chop?
Creasing us up.
Hold it! Love it.
Nail The Follow-Up Mode?
There is such thing as a free launch.
We learn what's new, clear?
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