PC Reviews

Ouya – the perpetually moving target

by 4 months ago

The Ouya was practically the poster child for a gaming revolution.  Neither new console, nor powerful PC, this device would sport a sub-$100 price tag, run Android OS, and usher …

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Into Nexus; WildStar review

by 4 months ago

In a current market that is oversaturated with MMO’s, WildStar has an uphill battle in front of it. It is a game that has a set tone that people will …

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A Blissful Purgatory – Divinity: Original Sin Review

by 4 months ago

Divinity: Original Sin is a title that seems to speak to a certain kind of player. The gameplay requires experience, and to get the most out of it means having …

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We marvel at the updates that Heroes 2015 brings

by 6 months ago

Marvel Heroes 2015 isn't a new title so much as a patch to Marvel Heroes, so why are we reviewing it? Well in fact the changes have been significant, from …

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The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II PC Review – much more for the man in the hat

by 7 months ago

A little over a month ago you might have checked out our hands-on preview of The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II and wondered how the final product panned out. …

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Paradise by the rum distillery light – Tropico 5 review

by 7 months ago

There must come a time in the life of every dictator where they’ve just had enough. If the Communist Party leader asks for more free clinics again, or the Tropican …

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Entirely mostly intriguing- Always Sometimes Monsters review

by 7 months ago

Much like the film industry it often imitates, in the videogame world the definition of an “independent” creation operates on a sliding scale. Outside of the sheer volume of a …

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The clone is a lie – Project Temporality review

by 7 months ago

The indie gaming landscape has been absolutely sick with Portal-alikes as of late, each hoping their central navigation gimmick and idiosyncratic take on puzzle narrative can unseat the reigning champions. …

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First DLC to fall – Titanfall: Expedition review

by 7 months ago

The inevitable onslaught of Titanfall DLC has begun. Expedition, the first of three planned map packs, is now available as either a standalone package or as part of the Titanfall …

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Bound by Flame – ambitious RPG, brutal combat, and painful voicework

by 7 months ago

I have a deep appreciation for both steep difficulty and action RPGs. I’ve dabbled in Dark Souls, I’ve made a mess in Super Meat Boy, and I’ve nearly lost my …

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Elgato Game Capture HD – simple, powerful, and near perfect

by 8 months ago

Capture software and hardware has long been a part of the video gaming world. Whether you are writing reviews, capturing your best Halo or Call of Duty match, or shoutcasting …

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The Elder Scrolls Online – a few problems, a lot of potential

by 8 months ago

There are very few properties across any franchise that can say that they’ve snared players for nearly (or even over) 1000 hours. The Elder Scrolls can make that claim, and …

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