PC Reviews

Take a walk: Rogue Wizards review

by 2 months ago

Dungeon crawlers have to walk (crawl?) a precarious line, and all too often fall to one side or the other. All too often, roguelikes fall short of becoming addicting, and …

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Afloat, but with a few barnacles – Tempest review

by 2 months ago

Tempest is an open-world seafaring adventure, casting you as customizer, cannoneer, and course charting captain. Part RPG and part resource management simulation, Tempest looks to put a tricorn hat back …

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Neon Chrome – Blade Runner and Crusader had a baby

by 3 months ago

Neon Chrome feels like what might happen if classic cinematic masterpiece Blade Runner and isometric gorefest Crusader: No Remorse met up, fell in love, and had a top-down shooter baby. …

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Pissed off: Safety First review

by 3 months ago

I’m a fan of strange games. Whether they’re about shooting aliens while dancing with a late Michael Jackson, rolling things up with a ball, or capping pens, I love me …

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What kills you makes you stronger: Lost Castle review

by 3 months ago

The key to a good video game is to make players want to keep coming back, whether it’s for an engaging story, thrilling action sequences, or simply beautiful scenery. With …

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The A.I. cannot lie: Event [0]

by 3 months ago

Event [0] is an exploration game that skillfully uses puzzles and conversations to guide you through its story. To progress, you will need to carefully explore every area of the …

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Nose to the grinding-stone: Guards review

by 3 months ago

Battlecruiser Games’ Guards has a tricky proposition to tackle: it wants to be accessible enough as to engage casual strategy fans yet also comprehensive enough to grab veteran fans of …

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Eye tracking hits a level of maturation – Tobii EyeX eye tracker review

by 3 months ago

There hasn’t been a lot of innovation in the peripheral input device market beyond higher DPI mice. Sure, we had trackballs, gun-shaped mice, the Novint Falcon, and the SpaceOrb 360, …

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Towering above: Project Highrise review

by 3 months ago

There’s a fascinating beauty about skyscrapers. They inspire awe and embody the ability of Man to create, to dream, and to build. I am always struck by their sophistication and …

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What we saw from the tracks: The Final Station review

by 3 months ago

When you think of the post-apocalyptic genre, what are the staples that come to mind? Zombies, government conspiracies, improvised weapons? What about trains? Though they may seem unconventional or out …

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Papa was a rolling stone: Sally’s Law review

by 3 months ago

If you’ve ever had a streak of bad luck, you’re probably familiar with the term Murphy’s law: anything that can go wrong will go wrong. However, there exists a lesser …

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Out of sight, out of mind – StarCraft 2: Nova Covert Ops DLC 2 review

by 3 months ago

The story of StarCraft’s stealthy and stylish covert operative, Nova, continues in the second batch of new single-player downloadable missions for StarCraft 2 released by Blizzard. The newest missions pick …

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