PC Reviews

Hat trique: Franchise Hockey Manager 3 review

by 2 months ago

I’ve reviewed the other Franchise Hockey Manager releases in the past, and those reviews still provide a great view into that specific release. If I copied that exact review over …

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A King among mere tycoons – Planet Coaster review

by 2 months ago

Frontier Development built Elite Dangerous with over 400 billion star systems, each one having over 100+ bodies within. Every star in the sky is represented, as well as gas giants, …

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A bad taste in my mouth: SENRAN KAGURA Bon Appétit! – Full Course review

by 2 months ago

SENRAN KAGURA Bon Appétit! - Full Course is advertised as a rhythm game with cooking elements. Sadly, the rhythm sections are subpar and it could barely be considered a cooking …

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The thoughts are free: Orwell review

by 2 months ago

Just how much of yourself do you share online? Would you say your computer files and your social media accounts accurately reflect your personality, interests, and motivation in life? Even …

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A damn good platformer: Mekazoo review

by 2 months ago

As George Bernard Shaw once said, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” While I doubt Mr. Shaw was specifically referring to …

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Rise of the AI – Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation review

by 2 months ago

I had some high praise for Ashes of the Singularity seven months ago, but noted that there were some weakness in the campaign mode. I also found the some of …

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Coup de grace: Hitman: The Complete First Season review

by 3 months ago

Hitman is all about the process. It’s a defined line from point A to B: receive target, kill target. Through many years and iterations, Agent 47 acts as proxy for …

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Get to the city; The Sims 4 City Living review

by 3 months ago

The Sims 4 City Living is one of the best expansion packs in the entire series. It changes the way you can play in new and meaningful ways, and is …

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Empires are hard: Civilization VI

by 3 months ago

Opening Civilization VI for the first time is like opening Photoshop for the first time; it's slightly overwhelming, with buttons, drop downs, tools and information everywhere, and you generally have …

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No Pixie Dust Required: Owlboy review

by 3 months ago

Normally I would open up with a generic statement about platformers and how to make them stand out. But holy great gaming goodness in the sky, batman: a concrete flying …

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No Wang home: Shadow Warrior 2 review

by 3 months ago

Shadow Warrior 2 is stuck between two points in time. In one, it’s the early days of Duke Nukem and Serious Sam, where rockets blew chunks of pixelated gore across …

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Back and better than ever: Battlefield 1 review

by 3 months ago

When Battlefield 1 was first announced a few months ago, its World War I (WWI) setting took many by surprise. World War II, modern combat, and near-future combat, are standbys …

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