PC Reviews

’80s ‘tastic: Desync review

by 1 week ago

This represents the progression of my thoughts and reactions to Desync: The first minute in-game as an unapologetically avid ‘80s synth fan (much to my wife’s displeasure): “Damn, this soundtrack …

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Fainter stars: Mass Effect Andromeda review

by 2 weeks ago

Mass Effect is one of those franchises that carries with it an enormous reputation. The original trilogy, though its ending was controversial, is still widely regarded as one of the …

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Prison? I didn’t ask for this — Deus Ex: A Criminal Past DLC review

by 3 weeks ago

By the time you beat Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (our review), protagonist Adam Jensen is all but invincible courtesy of a vast array of devastating augments. Not unlike Superman, at …

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Another glorious day in the Corps…mostly – Ghost Recon: Wildlands review

by 3 weeks ago

I slowly crest the hill, being careful not to silhouette myself against the horizon’s dying light.  Going prone, I pull out my sniper rifle as my ghillie suit flutters in …

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Space is hard: Homebound Review

by 3 weeks ago

What child hasn't dreamed of being an astronaut? As a kid, I would sit out under the stars at night with maps of the constellations, trying to pick out the …

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Who wouldn’t want one: Runt of the Litter review

by 4 weeks ago

The plethora of the stories we’ve come to love from our favorite games wouldn’t exist if not for the literature that defined entire genres. It’s because of this that I …

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Playing God: Torment: Tides of Numenera review

by 4 weeks ago

When it first launched on Kickstarter, Torment: Tides of Numenera seemed like a dream come true. A spiritual successor to the innovative 90’s PC RPG Planescape Torment, set in a …

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Break me out to the ball game: Aliens Go Home Run review

by 1 month ago

Tetris, Pac-Man, Space Invaders. These franchises have been in the gaming market for decades, and even though the industry changed, a lot of the arcade classics have stood the test …

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Deadliest Warrior but better: For Honor Review

by 1 month ago

You know a game is engaging when you have to physically pry yourself from it just so you can write a review. For Honor has taken the all too familiar …

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Abbreviated Virtual Violence – John Wick Chronicles VR Review

by 1 month ago

The John Wick movies are pure adrenaline-fueled action, mixing martial arts, gratuitous gunplay violence, and a slick cinematography that keeps you invested in the gore and grit. It’s also very …

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I can bearly contain myself: Bear With Me Ep 2

by 1 month ago

Paper City and its seedy underbelly are ready to be explored in Bear With Me Episode 2. Amber and Ted take to the gritty, monochromatic streets as they continue their …

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Get the dirt and get out: Beholder review

by 2 months ago

Dark and engrossing, Beholder takes a realistic look at life in a totalitarian state. Do you perform your job as assigned, look out for your family first and foremost, or …

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