PC Reviews

Buy, Buy, Buy: Offworld Trading Company Review

by 4 weeks ago

Imagine a real-time strategy game where micromanaging the location and movement of your military assets is a non-issue, partly because there are no military assets involved. A game where you …

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The indie kid’s rhythm game: LOUD on Planet X review

by 1 month ago

LOUD on Planet X is a fun and quirky addition to the rhythm game genre. It features music from all across the indie spectrum, everything from pop by Lights and CHVRCHES …

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Innovation plus exasperation: Into the Stars review

by 1 month ago

"It's like FTL but with better graphics!" That's the initial buzz I was hearing about Into the Stars, a successfully kickstarted title from indie dev Fugitive Games, and it was …

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A Revolution of RTS – Ashes of the Singularity Review

by 1 month ago

Ashes of the Singularity will have none of your “turtling” nonsense. It was during the third level that I realized that Stardock and Oxide had made something very different than …

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An island of despair, a future of hope: Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair PC review

by 1 month ago

With one Danganronpa port under its belt, Abstraction Games' port of Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair fares far better on PC than its predecessor thanks to some lessons learned from the …

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Important: 1979 Revolution: Black Friday review

by 2 months ago

Passion projects can produce some of the most inspiring work, but also some of the most disappointing. Creators of such personal pieces can expose certain stories that others have very …

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Light as a feather, sharp as a leaf: Momodora Reverie Under the Moonlight review

by 2 months ago

Once upon a time, I met one of my heroes of the gaming journalism world at a media event. After spending the first few minutes of our encounter with me …

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Play that funky music: Samorost 3 review

by 2 months ago

If you’re familiar with developer Amanita Design and its previous works like Machinarium and Botanicula, then you know what to expect from Samorost 3: a beautiful yet menacingly-abstract art style, …

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1.000: Out of the Park Baseball 17 review

by 2 months ago

Simple is sweet.  There is something to be said for the minimal, the sleek, the clean, and the brief.  Incredible simplicity is also accompanied by incredible rudimentary gameplay and the …

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Guns and Cards: Leap of Fate review

by 2 months ago

Once a niche genre, roguelike games are now ubiquitous on Steam - and it's becoming harder and harder for any one to stand out from the pack. Leap of Fate by …

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Mission pack, engage — StarCraft 2: Nova Covert Ops review

by 2 months ago

The Ghost is one of the more intriguing unit types in the Starcraft universe, as evidenced by the fact that there was almost a full-fledged game produced around it called …

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Frustration over fear — UnderDread review

by 2 months ago

Though I consider myself a pretty big baby, I’m a sucker for a good horror game. Any time I have the opportunity to review a game that promises to scare …

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