PC Reviews

Elgato Game Capture HD60 – even smaller, but now at 1080p and 60fps!

by 4 weeks ago

If you read my Elgato Game Capture HD review, you’ll know that I called it simple, powerful, and almost perfect. The system’s small form factor, lack of a tethered power …

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Keeping the old flame alive — Gauntlet Review

by 4 weeks ago

It’s dark. Arcade cabinets light up faces around the entire arcade, sounds occasionally rising above the white noise that consumes the room. Several people are gathered around a Tekken cabinet, …

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The art of interstellar war- Spacecom review

by 1 month ago

The Real-time-strategy genre in many ways represents one of the far poles of videogames, sitting across from the visceral in-the-moment combat of fighting games. They speak to a different part …

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Archeage is so enticing, you’d (probably) be willing to stand in line for it

by 1 month ago

Honestly, I don't hit the MMO genre as hard as I used to. Everquest, World of Warcraft, EVE-Online, Dungeons and Dragons Online... I've dumped a considerable amount of time into …

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Don’t Answer This Door — Doorways: The Underworld review

by 1 month ago

The advent of streaming video did a lot for gaming. Let’s Plays and YouTube personalities changed the way games were consumed, and gamers started watching rather than interacting. Horror gaming …

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High definition slashing: Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition review

by 1 month ago

Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition is stupid, bloody fun in the most sincere way. It is a great game that revolves around slaying hordes of zombies with ridiculous weapons, while …

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Fire, fall, repeat — Firefall

by 1 month ago

I’ve been excited for Firefall since it was announced back in 2010.  The premise seemed so promising back then -- a shooter with jetpacks and resource gathering, cel-shaded graphics and …

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It’s all in the hands- Lichdom: Battlemage review

by 2 months ago

“Customizable” is a very fluid concept in the world of videogames, and it’s certainly been taken more and more advantage of as the technology behind our favorite entertainment grows more …

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Ouya – the perpetually moving target

by 2 months ago

The Ouya was practically the poster child for a gaming revolution.  Neither new console, nor powerful PC, this device would sport a sub-$100 price tag, run Android OS, and usher …

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Into Nexus; WildStar review

by 2 months ago

In a current market that is oversaturated with MMO’s, WildStar has an uphill battle in front of it. It is a game that has a set tone that people will …

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A Blissful Purgatory – Divinity: Original Sin Review

by 2 months ago

Divinity: Original Sin is a title that seems to speak to a certain kind of player. The gameplay requires experience, and to get the most out of it means having …

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We marvel at the updates that Heroes 2015 brings

by 4 months ago

Marvel Heroes 2015 isn't a new title so much as a patch to Marvel Heroes, so why are we reviewing it? Well in fact the changes have been significant, from …

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