PC Reviews

Abbreviated Virtual Violence – John Wick Chronicles VR Review

by 2 months ago

The John Wick movies are pure adrenaline-fueled action, mixing martial arts, gratuitous gunplay violence, and a slick cinematography that keeps you invested in the gore and grit. It’s also very …

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I can bearly contain myself: Bear With Me Ep 2

by 3 months ago

Paper City and its seedy underbelly are ready to be explored in Bear With Me Episode 2. Amber and Ted take to the gritty, monochromatic streets as they continue their …

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Get the dirt and get out: Beholder review

by 3 months ago

Dark and engrossing, Beholder takes a realistic look at life in a totalitarian state. Do you perform your job as assigned, look out for your family first and foremost, or …

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Battles, blitz, and Baeme: Arelite Core review

by 3 months ago

It seems these days that JRPGs are taking cues from western influences and developing into open-world, cinematic sprawls. This isn’t a bad thing necessarily, but it does make the times …

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Head tracking and incredible accuracy – Tobii Eye Tracker 4C review

by 3 months ago

I was pretty impressed with the Tobii EyeX and said as much in my review. I also pointed out that, while it does spell a new level of maturation, there …

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An Artistic Attempt: Don’t Open the Doors Review

by 3 months ago

The claymation look of Don’t Open the Doors is a stark contrast to most modern games, It’s a new concept to many people who aren’t familiar with the history of …

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Fangs Out: Sims 4 Vampires review

by 3 months ago

The Sims 4 is notorious for zany, outlandish, and wild gameplay and the newest game pack, Vampires, intelligently adds to it. It also introduces new ideas, gameplay elements and great …

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A lot to do in 2064: Read Only Memories

by 3 months ago

Read Only Memories is a delightful retro-inspired game exploring artificial intelligence, the future of technology, and what it means to be human. Confronting several current social issues as well as …

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Cheap thrills: Montaro review

by 4 months ago

When I’m in the mood, I like looking for cheap things on Steam or the Humble Bundle, and I usually come up with decently great finds, such as The Music …

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Middling musical: Stereo Aereo review

by 4 months ago

David Bowie, Prince, Michael Jackson. We’ve lost so many 80s legends over the past few years that it’s kind of depressing, to be honest. However, these people remind us that …

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Thrustmaster TMX Force Feedback wheel review

by 4 months ago

As an avid player of racing games, I always appreciated the novelty of the low-end plastic racing wheels and pedals that started becoming available as I was growing up. I …

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Branded as the enemy: The Walking Dead – A New Frontier Episode 2: The Ties that Bind Part 2 review

by 4 months ago

The Walking Dead - A New Frontier: The Ties that Bind Part 2 builds on the action-packed first episode of the season three premiere. The game starts off right after …

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