PC Reviews

808s and bone breaks: The Metronomicon review

by 3 months ago

The Metronomicon is not here to make new proclamations about the status of music.  It’s fairly well known that music is a deadly weapon. Whether you’re getting “down with the sickness” …

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To adorable and beyond: Grow Up review

by 3 months ago

It’s rare that one can find a game so equally calming and challenging at the same time. Ubisoft’s Grow Up can be described as one of those games. BUD is …

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Shiny, but not strategic: Meridian: Squad 22 review

by 3 months ago

A game designed and developed entirely by one person is impressive. Considering the low price tag of $15 for Meridian: Squad 22, it does boast some fantastic visuals and sound. …

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Master of Orion: The beginner’s guide to 4X Strategy

by 3 months ago

4X Strategy and spacefaring adventure were made for each other.  You have all of the micromanaging, strategy, and competitive multiplayer, and you’ve got the vastness of space, full of unique …

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The best Castlevania game in years: Slain: Back from Hell

by 3 months ago

Castlevania is a series that’s undergone many changes over the years. While the series has roots as a relatively straightforward action platformer, it’s today commonly associated with the sprawling open-ended …

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Zombasite puts the RT in your ARPG!

by 3 months ago

The digital world is crawling with Diablo-likes (erm, I mean 'Action Role Playing Games' or ARPGs), but so many of them seem to agree on many things all in the …

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Too much ammo, not enough targets: Shattered Skies review

by 4 months ago

Reading the Steam store description of Shattered Skies is an enjoyable experience, like laying down money for a Powerball lottery ticket when the prize pool has kicked into nine-digit territory. …

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Adam Jensen 2.0 – Deus Ex: Mankind Divided review

by 4 months ago

I’m standing in the secret room behind the office of the Palisade Bank’s CEO, grabbing a particularly damning document that I obtained at great personal risk. It’s how I got …

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We’ll never be royals: Reigns review

by 4 months ago

Unlike some people my age, I haven’t tried online dating yet, but for some reason Tinder mystifies me. The app’s ephemeral approach to social interaction is neat; it’s exciting that …

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Time travel with a twist: Kelvin and the Infamous Machine review

by 4 months ago

For some reason, I continually find myself drawn to point-and-click titles, even though they usually disappoint me in some way. Either the puzzles are so nonsensical that progression is a …

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Shallow but pretty: The Amazing Shinsengumi review

by 4 months ago

Otomes have been my guilty pleasure for years. They are what kept the hopeless romantic in me entertained, and yes, absolutely and undeniably addicted. They are relatively short, sweet, and …

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Bullet heaven: Lovely Planet Arcade review

by 4 months ago

I’m a big fan of games that look deceptively easy but can make things difficult in a heartbeat. Quicktequila’s Lovely Planet Arcade is a great example of this; the game’s …

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