PC Reviews

A lot to do in 2064: Read Only Memories

by 14 hours ago

Read Only Memories is a delightful retro-inspired game exploring artificial intelligence, the future of technology, and what it means to be human. Confronting several current social issues as well as …

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Cheap thrills: Montaro review

by 5 days ago

When I’m in the mood, I like looking for cheap things on Steam or the Humble Bundle, and I usually come up with decently great finds, such as The Music …

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Middling musical: Stereo Aereo review

by 5 days ago

David Bowie, Prince, Michael Jackson. We’ve lost so many 80s legends over the past few years that it’s kind of depressing, to be honest. However, these people remind us that …

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Thrustmaster TMX Force Feedback wheel review

by 2 weeks ago

As an avid player of racing games, I always appreciated the novelty of the low-end plastic racing wheels and pedals that started becoming available as I was growing up. I …

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Branded as the enemy: The Walking Dead – A New Frontier Episode 2: The Ties that Bind Part 2 review

by 3 weeks ago

The Walking Dead - A New Frontier: The Ties that Bind Part 2 builds on the action-packed first episode of the season three premiere. The game starts off right after …

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A small light in the dark: The Walking Dead- A New Frontier Episode 1: The Ties that Bind Part 1 review

by 3 weeks ago

The first season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead not only made the studio a household name, but arguably transformed the adventure game genre as a whole, bringing back the mostly-dead …

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Grim and dark: Space Hulk: Deathwing review

by 4 weeks ago

Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40,000 universe is massive in size and complexity. Its richness, diversity, thoroughly fleshed-out story, and overwhelming sense of mysterious intrigue have made it an obvious choice for …

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Park is under construction – Rollercoaster Tycoon World review

by 1 month ago

Rollercoaster Tycoon is a franchise that consumed an obscene amount of my time over the years. From the Chris Sawyer days for RCT1 and 2, to the Frontier Development-powered RCT3 …

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Turnover machine: Draft Day Sports Pro Basketball 2017 review

by 1 month ago

LeBron James can hypothetically turn the ball over 8 times a game, but as long as he dominates on both ends of the court, the positive always outweighs the negative. …

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Nice look, nice control, formal name: Gamesir G3s Wireless Controller review

by 2 months ago

With a controller, familiarity is king. By that metric, the Gamesir G3s Wireless Gaming Controller is a success, and that alone highlights the positive design and functionality aspects that come …

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A club above: Football Manager 17 review

by 2 months ago

I guess that 2016 has taught me one important lesson:  I really don’t know much about anything at all in this strange and fascinating world. I was wrong on what …

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Take road watching to the next level: Motorsport Manager review

by 2 months ago

We all love to race, and love to be witness to a good race as well. Three times a year, the entire country watches a gaggle of horses sprint in …

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