PC Reviews

A nostalgic throwback to eighties adventure games: DreamBreak review

by 2 days ago

A lot of indie games take inspiration from the classics, particularly from the 8-bit through 16-bit era.  DreamBreak, a cyberpunk, point-and-click adventure game recently released on Steam, doesn’t just feel …

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Stumbling through the clouds: Human: Fall Flat review

by 2 days ago

With clumsy physics akin to Octodad and subtle humor reminiscent of The Stanley Parable, Human: Fall Flat is a fun brain teaser of a game - when you’re not frustrated …

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Anarcute: A riotous romp filled with strategy and adorable animals

by 1 week ago

Anarchy has never been this cute, nor this fun. I wasn't sure what to expect from a riot simulator with a name like Anarcute, but it turns out that this …

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Feeling confined: Phantom Brave PC review

by 1 week ago

No matter how sweet the taste, if you are given the same fruit over and over again, you will soon wish for something new.  The same is true with Phantom …

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Just keep climbin’: Fossil Echo review

by 1 week ago

Some people say it’s hard to tell a story without words. Others say a picture is worth a thousand words. How many words is an artistic piece such as Fossil …

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Puzzles and pufferfish: Song of the Deep review

by 2 weeks ago

I’ll come right out and say it, I wasn’t expecting a great deal from Song of the Deep. Sure, I was hopeful, especially coming from a polished studio like Insomniac …

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Relaxation and zen; The Sims 4 Spa Day review

by 2 weeks ago

The Sims 4 grows and expands with each new expansion, game pack, and stuff pack. I have been reviewing all the Sims 4 content as I can keep up with …

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Card fight: Duelyst Review

by 2 weeks ago

A tried and true method of battle is to line up two forces against each other. Sometimes this is handled by lining both sides up and each character going in …

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Barbarians and boredom: Crush Your Enemies review

by 2 weeks ago

Go back to the glory days of real-time strategy games they said, it’ll be fun they said. I’m not so sure about the “glory days” part, but Crush Your Enemies …

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Looking for gold: Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter review

by 2 weeks ago

Believe it or not, there have been 10 Sherlock Holmes games created by Frogwares. Their newest adventure, Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter, makes it a clean 11. The series has …

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Soothes the need for speed – Crucial Ballistix Elite DDR4 Memory Review

by 3 weeks ago

Micron is one of the oldest names in the business. Formed in 1978, they were one of the “founding fathers” of the computing age. Their consumer-facing arm, Crucial, has been …

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Extended Stay: The Sims 4 Outdoor Retreat review

by 4 weeks ago

With the career and work centereed expansions, it is time for the Sims to take a vacation, and luckily Outdoor Retreat offers just that. With a focus around camping, fishing, …

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