PC Reviews

Guns blazing: Hover Junkers review

by 1 month ago

The west is a lawless place. Even in the steampunk Western Hover Junkers, your only friend and companion is the gun strapped to your side and the horse you rode …

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Seeing is believing: HTC Vive review

by 1 month ago

It’s hard to quantify and define the experience of virtual reality to an outside party. Words like “presence” and “immersion” come to mind, but don’t capture the effect of what …

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Racing hardware evolved – Thrustmaster T150 wheel review

by 1 month ago

Thrustmaster has been making peripherals for the gaming enthusiast for a long time, but I’ve not had a chance to check out their more recent racing wheel options. When the …

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Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remastered Steam version review

by 1 month ago

There are few games in the last 20 years that hold such a tender place in the hearts of gamers as Final Fantasy X and X-2. After seeing a release …

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A goofy name for a decent game – TASTEE: Lethal Tactics review

by 1 month ago

What the hell is TASTEE? I found myself asking that same question when this game came across my desk. In this case, it stands for Tactical Asynchronous Simultaneous Turn-Based E-something …

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Intergalactic manifest destiny: Stellaris review

by 1 month ago

One of humanity’s greatest aspirations lies in space exploration. The feeling of reaching out beyond our terrestrial shackles and seizing the vast, empty vacuum of potential before us is romantic, …

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Oil Leak: Oil Enterprise review

by 2 months ago

Growing up in a rural part of Colorado, I was always around oil fields and the oil industry. I used to gawk at the giant pumps, and wonder what it …

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Mixing the melting pot: Battleborn review

by 2 months ago

Since first glance, Battleborn has had an identity crisis. A new shooter from the quintessential “gun company,” Gearbox Software has struggled against attempts at labelling Battleborn within conventional genres like …

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Buy, Buy, Buy: Offworld Trading Company Review

by 2 months 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 2 months 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 2 months 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 2 months 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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