PC Reviews

A strong start to a long journey — Dreamfall Chapters: Book One Review

by 2 days ago

Episodic games are a challenge to evaluate on a by-release basis. The sagas are usually a sum of their parts rather than standalone works, and so it’s hard to understand …

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0-16 — Front Page Sports Football review

by 5 days ago

One of the appealing aspects of sports simulation games is the depth of control, stat-geeking, and overall full immersion into the strategic side of sports.  The trade-off is usually a …

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Ancient Space Review – lost in space

by 6 days ago

Ancient Space is a story-driven, singleplayer real-time strategy game that takes place in - you guessed it - space. It's very reminiscent of Homeworld. However, unlike Homeworld, I did not …

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Beyond your expectations- Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth review

by 1 week ago

Sid Meier’s Civilization series has enjoyed a long lasting and beloved place in the halls of gaming history. It’s tenacious, creative, and often quirky approach to interactively retelling the history …

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Netgear Nighthawk X4 Router in-depth review

by 1 week ago

It isn’t all Dragon Age and Rock Band drums for me - my real-world job is even more geeky than that.  I’m the Manager of Production Network Engineering for one …

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Growing up is hard — The Walking Dead: Season 2 review

by 2 weeks ago

Something about Season 2 of The Walking Dead left me wanting. Maybe it's the lack of that fresh feeling of a breakthrough experience. Maybe it's the sophomore hangover after Telltale …

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New dogs, old tricks — Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Review

by 2 weeks ago

Non-sequels have become a standard in our industry. When a company wants to make a new game for a franchise, but doesn’t want it to be a direct follow-up, it’s …

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A brutal beauty only graphics-deep — Ryse: Son of Rome PC Review

by 3 weeks ago

They say history is doomed to repeat itself. Indeed, it seems enemies will always put their explosive content in red, shiny barrels and bosses’ weak spots will always glow. Launch …

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How can something so pretty be so spooky? — The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

by 4 weeks ago

When I saw the Gamescom trailer of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, I was unreasonably pumped.  The trailer presented an eerie detective game with puzzle mechanics and a supernatural aura. …

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Playing to the choir — The Sacred Tears True Review

by 4 weeks ago

The advent of indie gaming in the last few years has allowed for a great variety of games to come out. Genres and gameplay styles that would normally be overlooked …

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Heads up, Rangers! Wasteland 2 Reviewed

by 4 weeks ago

The original Wasteland debuted way back in 1988 - a primitive time, by most measures. The internet was really only a "thing" for universities (and the more tech-inclined attendees at …

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Emotions run wild; The Sims 4 review

by 1 month ago

The Sims franchise has always been a staple in PC gaming, and the newest installment pushes the series forward while somehow taking a few steps back from The Sims 3. …

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