Excerpt: For the most part, Prejudice is largely a multiplayer affair. Its short story likely won't be enough to satiate any lone gunmen seeking a deep campaign to keep them entertained for many hours. As opposed to the first game's campaign, which was essentially an introduction to the multiplayer with a shallow story tacked on, Prejudice has an interesting (albeit fairly generic) story.
Excerpt: Though traditional wisdom has advised to the contrary, gamers and reviewers frequently fall into the practice of judging a game by its cover or at least by the first 10 minutes of gameplay. That would truly be an injustice in the case of Hinterland, an independently developed title from Massachusetts based Tilted Mill Entertainment. At first glance, Hinterland appears to be a simple hack-n-slash game with a hint of city building.