PC Reviews

Project CARS Review (PC)

by 1 week ago

With all of the racing games that focus on huge car rosters, crashes, or “Drive-atars,” developer Slightly Mad Studios aims to shift the focus back on what automotive enthusiasts truly …

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A fistful of pixels — Westerado: Double Barreled review

by 2 weeks ago

I'm not going to lie: I almost hung up my spurs and quit within the first ten minutes of playing Westerado: Double Barreled. I felt frustrated by how it didn't …

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Bite-sized beauty — Toren review

by 2 weeks ago

From the first build I played, Toren has held my attention. The minimalist storytelling and unique art style are captivating. A lot was on Swordtales shoulders to deliver as a …

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Don’t fix what isn’t broken — The Weaponographist review

by 3 weeks ago

There aren't many game mechanics as frustrating as weapon degradation. Getting attached to a certain tool of destruction, spending time and resources making it that perfect implementation of your destructive …

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Cities: Skylines — Easy to Build, Hard to Break

by 3 weeks ago

It’s impossible to avoid that Cities: Skylines stands on the shoulders of its predecessors. SimCity laid the foundation for modern city building games, and Cities: Skylines very much slips into …

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Dating simulators are running wild — Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker review

by 3 weeks ago

Oh, dating simulators. Your existence has long been one that confused many people. The simple concept of placing someone in a virtual world where you are forced to socially interact …

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Broken Age – Better when broken

by 4 weeks ago

[The following contains spoilers for Act I of Broken Age, but none for Act II. Reader discretion is advised.] Given the conditions under which Broken Age was developed, it makes …

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Space Management – Space Colony Steam Edition Review

by 4 weeks ago

If you have played Space Colony before then let me assure you that this is the same game you’ve played before. If a set of extra campaign missions, tweaked easy …

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Crypt of the Necrodancer — Dungeon of Dance

by 4 weeks ago

Crypt of the Necrodancer is a one-of-a-kind rhythm rogue-like that has players battling to the beat to find mystical treasures at the bottom of a randomly-generated dungeon.  With a seemingly …

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Los Santos is king: Grand Theft Auto V PC review

by 1 month ago

Grand Theft Auto V is to be quite frank, a port done right. It takes what is already an amazing game and improves to not only look and control better, …

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JumpJet Rex is Mega-Awesome

by 1 month ago

The average age of a “gamer,” at least according to the ESA’s measurement methodologies, is 30. That means there are more of us from the so-called Nintendo Generation who grew …

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Enter the mausoleum — The Charnel House Trilogy review

by 1 month ago

I’ve found that recently, I’ve been a little let down by the offerings of the “scary game” genre. Though face-cams and let’s plays of the recent bout of virtual haunted …

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