Gaming

Instead of a scathing satire of today’s workplace, we get a phoned-in string of gags in Horrible Bosses 2

Meet the new boss

by Jeff Meyers

Horrible Bosses 2 / C- In case you need your memory refreshed, the first Horrible Bosses was a marginally clever film about three likable morons (Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day) who enter into a Strangers on a Train-style pact to kill off the trio of bosses (Colin Farrell, Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston) who are making their lives hell...

  • Trine 2 is a snazzy side-scroller

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    By Josh Sexson

  • Rage

    A new FPS from id Tech that provides you with an arsenal to destroy every baddy that gets in your way

    By Josh Sexson

  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    RPG fans can free-roam the world

    By Josh Sexson

  • 15 years of glory

    Our teen reviewer looks back at some of the early 'rox your sox' days of video gaming

    By Josh Sexson

  • The Cursed Crusade

    Hack-and-slash that never descends into the abyss of suckiness

    By Josh Sexson

  • Rusty Hearts

    Sorry, Blizzard junkies, try something new

    By Josh Sexson

  • Puzzle Pirates

    It’s slow but captivating, matey

    By Josh Sexson

  • Crimecraft: Bleedout

    MMO for the dedicated gamer

    By Josh Sexson

  • Bodycount

    FPS madness

    By Josh Sexson

  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution

    You were a SWAT commander for the Detroit Police; now you're fighting your way to vengeance

    By Josh Sexson

  • Team Fortress 2

    A first-person shooter in which you wear many hats

    By Josh Sexson

  • Rugby World Cup 2011

    Xbox 360, PS3

    By Josh Sexson

  • Cheat Code

    Homefront is a first-person shooter that keeps your guns blazing

    By Josh Sexson

  • Cheat Code

    Catherine asks gamers to help solve puzzling dreams

    By Josh Sexson

  • Cheat Code

    Duke Nukem: Forever is all out of chewing gum

    By Josh Sexson

  • Cheat Code

    Portal 2 is a wild ride, but with almost zero replayability

    By Josh Sexson

  • Cheat Code

    Crysis 2 kills and MotorStorm Apocalypse is merely OK

    By Josh Sexson

  • Cheat Code

    Dragon Age 2: A quintessential RPG for the hack-and-slash RPG connoisseur

    By Josh Sexson

  • Cheat Code

    Bulletstorm sucks you in, and Silent Hill still kills

    By Josh Sexson

  • Cheat Code

    Killzone 3 pushes the limits with a tactical free-for-all

    By Josh Sexson

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