PC Reviews

Coup de grace: Hitman: The Complete First Season review

by 3 months ago

Hitman is all about the process. It’s a defined line from point A to B: receive target, kill target. Through many years and iterations, Agent 47 acts as proxy for …

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Get to the city; The Sims 4 City Living review

by 3 months ago

The Sims 4 City Living is one of the best expansion packs in the entire series. It changes the way you can play in new and meaningful ways, and is …

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Empires are hard: Civilization VI

by 4 months ago

Opening Civilization VI for the first time is like opening Photoshop for the first time; it's slightly overwhelming, with buttons, drop downs, tools and information everywhere, and you generally have …

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No Pixie Dust Required: Owlboy review

by 4 months ago

Normally I would open up with a generic statement about platformers and how to make them stand out. But holy great gaming goodness in the sky, batman: a concrete flying …

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No Wang home: Shadow Warrior 2 review

by 4 months ago

Shadow Warrior 2 is stuck between two points in time. In one, it’s the early days of Duke Nukem and Serious Sam, where rockets blew chunks of pixelated gore across …

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Back and better than ever: Battlefield 1 review

by 4 months ago

When Battlefield 1 was first announced a few months ago, its World War I (WWI) setting took many by surprise. World War II, modern combat, and near-future combat, are standbys …

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WAAAGH: Warhammer 40K: Eternal Crusade review

by 4 months ago

The prospect of an online multiplayer Warhammer 40k shooter is something I've been dreaming about for a while. I'm one of those guys who loves the 40k universe despite never …

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You cannot avoid death: Neurovoider review

by 4 months ago

Finding the right balance between fun and difficulty in video games isn’t an easy task for developers, but developer Flying Oaks mixes the right formula. Neurovoider is a retro rogue-like …

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A new combat twist on the 4X formula – Sorcerer King: Rivals review

by 4 months ago

This year has been a rich and varied landscape for strategy games, both real-time and turn-based. Masters of Orion: Conquer the Stars, Ashes of the Singularity, XCOM 2, Homeworld: Remastered, …

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Back with some firepower: World of Warcraft Legion Review

by 5 months ago

Once again, it's time for the World of Warcraft experience to take in another injection of fresh content in the form of an expansion pack - and this time around, …

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One word could change everything: Typoman: Revised review

by 5 months ago

Typoman: Revised is a clever little creation by Brainseed Factory. When the game was originally launched late last year, it left a lot to be desired, but this year’s revision …

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Adventures in Dreamland: Pankapu Review

by 5 months ago

Troubled by an unknown tragic past, the child, Djaha’rell listens to a story that is told to many children like him during nights where the worst of dreams come to …

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