PC Reviews

Axe flinging ass kicking – Viking Rage VR Review

by 3 months ago

Tower defense and wave-based games aren't really my go-to, even on mobile devices, but there’s something about VR that makes them insanely fun. Maybe it’s the way virtual reality makes …

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A less than Radiant Crusade

by 3 months ago

My office celebrated surviving yet another week with a Friday afternoon Mario Kart 8 Deluxe party. Joy-Cons jumped from hand to hand, banana peels and colorful turtle shells were flying …

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God doesn’t love you, not like I do: Outlast 2 review

by 3 months ago

“It’s not just the cult. Two sides. Christians and… something else.” - Blake Langermann, Outlast 2 For Blake, the cost of following his investigative journalist wife Lynn on an assignment …

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A universe of new features – Galactic Civilizations III: Crusade review

by 3 months ago

When games get DLC, it’s typically a “more of the same” sort of affair.  The developer tacks on a new scenario, perhaps a handful of units, and a modicum of …

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Everybody needs to calm down – The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Thicker Than Water review

by 3 months ago

Slight spoilers for episode one through three are included While the Walking Dead – A New Frontier has, for the most part, been a very refreshing and enjoyable new direction …

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Scouting, sniping, sneaking, and shooting: Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 Review

by 3 months ago

A few months ago, I played through Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3’s beta and was roundly impressed. Needless to say, both my excitement and my expectations were running high prior to …

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Frozen in the past – Syberia 3 review

by 4 months ago

I really tried with Syberia 3. I was excited to come back to the world of Kate Walker, enjoy more of Benoit Sokal’s writing style, and see it all updated …

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Dark, Damp, Colorful: Scanner Sombre Review

by 4 months ago

It’s dark. Very dark. You’re unable to see anything. Nearby, you spot a VR Headset and a LIDAR scanner. With these equipped, your world has become much more… colorful. And …

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Adding chat to the mix – Turtle Beach Recon Chat headset review

by 4 months ago

Headsets are a bit of a roll of the dice. Finding a headset that sounds amazing often costs a ton of money. One that is supremely comfortable, however, often pries …

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What Remains of Edith Finch Review

by 4 months ago

It is a terrifying challenge to review this game. What Remains of Edith Finch doesn’t deserve to be watered down to typical stock review points. The game is easy on …

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Beautiful but bittersweet: Dawn of War III Review

by 4 months ago

The Dawn of War franchise is divisive. The first two entries in the series are a bit like geometry and trigonometry—you only enjoy one or the other, not both (real …

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Terraform your world: Symphony of the Machine review

by 4 months ago

Virtual reality is still a new and emerging technology. With a laundry list of restrictions, from the cost of purchasing a headset to the limits of software and computing power, …

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