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Huxley: The Dystopia

For: Xbox 360, PC

Huxley's had a bumpy road to release, with endless delays and restarts. Originally envisioned as an MMO first-person shooter, Huxley is now closer in spirit to the Unreal Tournament series. The FPS deathmatches are fast-paced, and you can customize your character with special buffs, boosters, and abilities that you can assign to a key press. For a $60 retail game, this might not sound particularly exciting. But Huxley will be released as a free-to-play title online, with extra content available for a small fee. Huxley won't change the world, but it might find more success than the too-little, too-late Unreal Tournament 3. --Sid Shuman

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