PC Reviews

Dungeons 2 – the proper return of the dungeon keeping sim

by 4 months ago

Akio Morita, founder of Sony, was once quoted as saying, “We don’t ask consumers what they want. They don’t know.” And to some degree, that’s entirely true; most consumers don’t …

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Unfinished Business – Son of Nor Review

by 4 months ago

There are a lot of third-person action games that strive to make you as the player feel empowered. They make you feel powerful with gratifying powers to use that offer …

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All blood, no sport — Bloodsports.TV review

by 4 months ago

Competition has often been the focus of the MOBA genre. Chasing the crowds and potential shown by genre titans like League of Legends, most MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) games …

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An Interstellar nesting doll – Stardrive 2 review

by 5 months ago

If you take a moment to absorb all that Stardrive 2 lays before you when it begins, you might get a small idea how vast it actually is. Even after …

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A hard days work: The Sims 4: Get to Work review

by 5 months ago

The Sims 4 suffered a lackluster launch and was not the game Sim-fanatics were craving. Though patches have added and improved the game vastly since launch, the inevitable expansions are …

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Triple crown and counting — Out of the Park Baseball 16 review

by 5 months ago

Some fans root for the Giants, and some root for the Royals.  There are those who languish fandom upon the San Francisco Giants for their progressive approach to the game …

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Pillars of Eternity is awesome, minus the mountain of bugs

by 5 months ago

In March of 2012, Obsidian Entertainment was working on a 'next-generation console game' that got canceled. Despite their attempts to try to resurrect the game via another publisher, it failed, …

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These are not the ships you’re looking for: Sid Meier’s Starships review

by 5 months ago

Were you excited when you heard the news of Sid Meier's: Starships being released? I sure was. Despite the yay and nay reception the title’s pseudo prequel, Sid Meyer’s Civilization: …

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A cops life: Battlefield Hardline review

by 5 months ago

Battlefield Hardline is not a reimagining of the Battlefield series, but rather it takes everything it has learned up to this point, and uses intelligent design to make a fun …

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Waiting for dial tone — Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number review

by 5 months ago

Hotline Miami was a game that caught me by surprise. Brutal combat, a primal 80’s-synth soundtrack, and a fascinating use of gameplay mechanics to convey theme, it was a game …

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Assassin’s Creed: Rogue is a welcome addition on PC

by 6 months ago

Assassin’s Creed Rogue was the surprise hit of last year.  While Unity was eventually beaten into a better state than it shipped in, Rogue shipped ready to go.  While it …

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Disgusting, but not in a bad way — Tormentum – Dark Sorrow Review

by 6 months ago

Building a point-and-click adventure in today’s video game market is a tough achievement. In order to do so well, you must blend the classic point-and-click adventure tropes such as using …

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