PC Reviews

Origin of power — Gemini: Heroes Reborn review

by 3 months ago

As a tie-in game to an already cancelled TV series, I was worried about the game from the first time I heard about it. Rarely do games based on TV …

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Paper dolls – Hero and Daughter + review

by 3 months ago

I will admit, the premise of Hero and Daughter+ intrigued me. “A weak guy who needs a bunch of strong women to fight his battles for him? Sounds like something …

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From penalty box to podium — Franchise Hockey Manager 2 review

by 3 months ago

Improve and become great; is that not the edict of all great sports teams, leagues, and the individual players therein? Unlike many other game types, sports games share a cyclical …

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Danganronpa’s PC port isn’t as polished, but maintains what matters

by 3 months ago

[Update: After testing a pre-launch patch, certain issues we originally found in the PC version of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc have been resolved. Our score has been updated to reflect …

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A dark portrait — Layers of Fear review

by 3 months ago

As a creative, I was instantly fascinated by the premise of Layers of Fear. It’s easy to empathize with a painter on a quest to complete his magnum opus; we …

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The difficult venture of writing a successful satire — The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything review

by 4 months ago

The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything is the first commercial game put out by solo developer Joe Richardson. It’s a point-and-click title with an inventory system, a verb panel, and the …

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We didn’t start the fire — Firewatch review

by 4 months ago

When I was younger, I spent a lot of time camping. It was mostly just a thing to do every couple months, to learn some knots and how to make …

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XCOM 2 review – deeper, more dangerous, and better in every way

by 4 months ago

The year is 2035, and today we mark the 20th year anniversary of our liberation from Self. Advent soldiers keep our beautiful cities bright and clean from those who would …

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Boldly Going Where No TCG Has Gone Before — HEX: Shards of Fate – Chronicles of Entrath Review

by 4 months ago

HEX CEO Cory Jones and his staff at HEX Entertainment may have put their heart and soul into the development of the Shards of Fate - Chronicles of Entrath, but …

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Kermit sipping tea — Shooting Stars review

by 4 months ago

When you look at Shooting Stars' Steam page, the description for the title is, "This game is the answer to one of the most important questions in life: ‘I can …

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Rise of the Tomb Raider on PC is a technical triumph

by 4 months ago

Eric’s review of Rise of the Tomb Raider echoed how I felt about the game’s motivation undercurrents. It was as much about Lara’s hunt for the Divine Source as it …

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One-trick robots — Slybots: Frantic Zone review

by 4 months ago

Slybots: Frantic Zone is a top-down shooter with robots by indie studio Team ERROR. It originally launched on Steam Early Access last summer under the name FATAL ERROR, connecting the …

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