PC Reviews

Front Office Football 7 — Signing busts and drafting losers at its finest

by 7 months ago

Most every football fan has at one time or another believed they could run a football franchise better than the mistake-repeating morons who currently make all the important decisions for …

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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Dungeons, Demons, and Loot done right

by 7 months ago

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls isn’t just an expansion for the series - it’s a complete revamp. With the Auction House being shut down, the addition of Loot 2.0, Paragon …

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Four buttons and a thousand bullets – Luftrausers Review

by 7 months ago

Despite gaming’s current nosedive into the uncanny valley, where the visual line between digital and actual skin has become seamlessly narrow, Luftrausers isn’t much to look at. It’s artistic design …

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Makes nine years seem like nothing — Resident Evil 4 HD (PC) review

by 7 months ago

When you think of third-person shooters, it is hard not to immediately think back to Resident Evil 4 as being one of the most influential video games within the genre. …

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A roguelike, dungeon-crawling masterpiece – Desktop Dungeons review

by 8 months ago

Start with all the essential ingredients to make a solid roguelike: randomly generated dungeons, multiple races, multiple classes, loot, permanent death and more. But instead of taking these individual pieces …

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South Park: The Stick of Truth is awesome, mmkay?

by 8 months ago

There have been some South Park games in the past, but none of them really made you feel like you were in a quiet little pissant, redneck, podunk, jerkwater, greenhorn, …

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Titanfall ain’t got nothin’ on these robots – Drunken Robot Pornography Review

by 8 months ago

I didn't know what to expect from a game called Drunken Robot Pornography (DRP). I suspected it might be based off of some obscure Japanese anime, featuring a gang of …

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Fly, fly, die — Strike Vector

by 8 months ago

When I first started playing RageQuit’s multiplayer space shooter Strike Vector, I would fly to the edge of the map, park in hover mode, and blast enemies from across the …

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Jazzpunk – because you can’t have enough pun.

by 9 months ago

Indie developer Necrophone Games has put together Jazzpunk - a darling little title that offers you the chance to explore a world crafted by one part tribute to computer-inspired pop …

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The Sun at Night – A frustrating experience in a wonderful wrapper

by 9 months ago

Back In 1957, the USSR launched the Sputnik 2 into orbit. This was no surprise as it was when the space race was heating up, but the intriguing part was …

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Father figure — Octodad: Dadliest Catch review

by 9 months ago

I am an impostor. My friends, my family, even the people I meet day to day don’t know who I really am. I try to fit in as best as …

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Broken Sword 5: Serpent’s Curse Episode 1 – The first half of something great?

by 9 months ago

Maniac Mansion, Day of the Tentacle, The Longest Journey, Sam and Max Hit the Road, Full Throttle, Grim Fandango, The Secret of Monkey Island, Gabriel Knight, Kings Quest, and Broken …

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