PC Reviews

The difficult venture of writing a successful satire — The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything review

by 6 days ago

The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything is the first commercial game put out by solo developer Joe Richardson. It’s a point-and-click title with an inventory system, a verb panel, and the …

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We didn’t start the fire — Firewatch review

by 6 days ago

When I was younger, I spent a lot of time camping. It was mostly just a thing to do every couple months, to learn some knots and how to make …

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XCOM 2 review – deeper, more dangerous, and better in every way

by 1 week ago

The year is 2035, and today we mark the 20th year anniversary of our liberation from Self. Advent soldiers keep our beautiful cities bright and clean from those who would …

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Boldly Going Where No TCG Has Gone Before — HEX: Shards of Fate – Chronicles of Entrath Review

by 2 weeks ago

HEX CEO Cory Jones and his staff at HEX Entertainment may have put their heart and soul into the development of the Shards of Fate - Chronicles of Entrath, but …

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Kermit sipping tea — Shooting Stars review

by 2 weeks ago

When you look at Shooting Stars' Steam page, the description for the title is, "This game is the answer to one of the most important questions in life: ‘I can …

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Rise of the Tomb Raider on PC is a technical triumph

by 2 weeks ago

Eric’s review of Rise of the Tomb Raider echoed how I felt about the game’s motivation undercurrents. It was as much about Lara’s hunt for the Divine Source as it …

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One-trick robots — Slybots: Frantic Zone review

by 2 weeks ago

Slybots: Frantic Zone is a top-down shooter with robots by indie studio Team ERROR. It originally launched on Steam Early Access last summer under the name FATAL ERROR, connecting the …

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Taking an extended detour — Crashlands review

by 3 weeks ago

Being that I am from St. Louis and have a vested interest in video games, last year I decided to research indie studios in the St. Louis area. I browsed through …

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Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak review – something ancient, something new

by 4 weeks ago

The original Homeworld and its sequel were, pun intended, light years ahead of their time. Massive fleets swarming in the 360-degree vastness of space were revolutionary for the real-time strategy …

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Calculator formation — Draft Day Sports: Pro Football 2016 review

by 4 weeks ago

You’ve heard that saying “The only constant around here is change” in some capacity, and if you haven’t, welcome to the club. The reverse could be true of the sports …

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Put up your dukes — Punch Club review

by 4 weeks ago

When I first heard about Punch Club, I thought it sounded pretty cool, but I wasn’t sure if I would enjoy playing it myself because I’m not much of a …

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Of dukes and pawns — Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen PC review

by 1 month ago

Dragon’s Dogma had quite the cult following on the last generation of consoles. It was always praised as an incredible title that was criminally underrated, but it took me until …

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