PC Reviews

Assault Android Cactus reviewed

by 4 months ago

Witch Beam's Assault Android Cactus takes the mechanics of a top-notch twin-stick shooter, adds a gorgeously polished array of enemies and slick controls, and polishes the whole thing off with …

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Here roams the Desert Rangers — Wasteland 2 Director’s Cut review

by 4 months ago

Usually when you think of the apocalyptic wastes from some of your favorite games, the mind travels to a place where great evil exists, delivering a snapshot of some brutal …

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Your mileage may vary — The Beginner’s Guide review

by 4 months ago

Near the end of September, seemingly out of nowhere, The Stanley Parable writer Davey Wreden announced that he had a new game coming out on October 1. This announcement was …

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Don’t be impolite towards the Grandchildren — Albino Lullaby: Episode 1 review

by 4 months ago

When I first watched the trailer for Albino Lullaby, I remember thinking, “this could be the perfect game for me.” I like games that will creep me out and give …

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Sometimes friendship really is magic – Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime review

by 4 months ago

As a gamer in a relationship with a gamer, I’m always on the lookout for excellent co-op games. Some inspire good-natured competition, some require a high level of coordination, and …

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An ocean of possibilities- Civilization: Beyond Earth- Rising Tide review

by 4 months ago

Player’s Log: Turn 242 I wanted to like the North Sea Alliance when their craft first touched down on our new world. The populations of the other sponsored spacecraft which …

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Crime, punishment, and valuation — Prison Architect review

by 4 months ago

While the politics surrounding criminal punishment and the prison system remain controversial and deeply dividing, the one thing that we can all agree on is that prisons are a necessity. …

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Warhammer: Regicide is chess. And not much else.

by 4 months ago

Let's get this straight at the top:  This is a chess game.  Not entirely unlike Chessmaster 5000 or any other chess program you might peruse, this is primarily a chess …

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Reach out and hug someone — Dropsy review

by 4 months ago

Like many others in my generation, clowns have always kind-of given me the creeps. What else could be hiding behind that garish clothing and makeup besides horrible secrets? However, even …

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Underground-bound — Undertale review

by 4 months ago

“Spiritual successor” is a fickle term. It denotes that a work is not part of an established canon, but cannot exist without that established effort preceding it. Undertale is a …

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Impressing the gods is as challenging as it sounds — Jotun review

by 4 months ago

Have you ever really wanted to like a game, but there was that nagging something holding you back from fully endorsing it? Conceptually it’s amazing, but it has that one …

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Act of Aggression is aggressively mediocre

by 4 months ago

Act of Aggression reminds me of the original Command and Conquer, the one from Westwood that started it all.  Don't get me wrong, Act of Aggression is solid.  A handful …

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