Steve Haske

Steve Haske

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Steve Haske is a gun-for-hire journalist based out of the Pacific Northwest who writes for Wired, Edge, Paste, Unwinnable and a host of other publications. You can find him on Twitter @afraidtomerge.

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Remember Me review

Dontnod fails to deliver on the Capcom-published sci-fi brawler Remember Me, muddling the beautiful sci-fi setting with an unbalanced combat system and little else to help break up the tedium.
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Remember Me review: Caught between prescience and commerce

Dontnod fails to deliver on the Capcom-published sci-fi brawler Remember Me, muddling the beautiful sci-fi setting with an unbalanced combat system and little else to help break up the tedium.
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Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut review

The exceptionally weird, bizarre, and unique 'Deadly Premonition' leaves the Xbox 360 behind and is reborn on the PS3 thanks to a Director's Cut that fixes most of (but not all) the problems of the original.
Gaming

Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut review – drinking down prettier, but still weird coffee

The exceptionally weird, bizarre, and unique 'Deadly Premonition' leaves the Xbox 360 behind and is reborn on the PS3 thanks to a Director's Cut that fixes most of (but not all) the problems of the original.
Gaming

Admire the bulging neon biceps of our Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon review

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon's pusling neon landscapes deliver a fresh and thoroughly entertaining twist on Far Cry 3's tropical paradise from Hell. Also, there are laser-breathing, neon-blooded death dragons.
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Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon review

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon's pusling neon landscapes deliver a fresh and thoroughly entertaining twist on Far Cry 3's tropical paradise from Hell. Also, there are laser-breathing, neon-blooded death dragons.