PC Reviews

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Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker Review

Kitty Powers' Matchmaker is undoubtedly one of the most bizarre games I've ever had the pleasure to play. But it's all the better for it.
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Legend of the Skyfish Review

Legend of the Skyfish’s fishing rod likely won’t go down in gaming history like Shovel Knight’s shovel or Kingdom Hearts’ Keyblade, but it’s a nice little game that tried something new, and did a decent job of it.
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2Dark Review

There's an unwritten rule in video games where you never harm children. A kid gets mauled to death by a lion though, so clearly 2Dark didn't get the memo.
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Herald Review

Herald is an interactive story. It's a game that functions like an elegant choose-your-own-adventure book; one that is as fully packed with detail as a 19th cen...
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Ghost Blade HD Review

Released in 2015, Ghost Blade was, unfathomably, a SEGA Dreamcast game. Yup, you read that that right: a SEGA Dreamcast game in 2015. Madness, huh? SEGA’s ill-...
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Trulon: The Shadow Engine Review

It's a shame that Trulon: The Shadow Engine lacks a lot of polish, because at its core, it's a pretty enjoyable experience.
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Ghost Recon: Wildlands Review

As a shooter, it is tactical, refined, and precise. As a world it is open, sprawling, and filled with things to do/find. And as a co-op experience, it's arguably one of the best yet.
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NieR: Automata Review

Developed by Cavia and released in 2010, the original Nier has since deservedly earned itself cult status. It was the type of game that was janky as hell but s...
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Warhammer Quest Review

Warhammer Quest originally began its life as a table-top board game. The video game adaptation stays very true to its roots, featuring the same mechanics and t...
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BOOR Review

In the same way that noone in The Walking Dead's televisual universe had heard of zombies, I suspect that the inhabitants of BOOR's fictional world were similar...
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SubLevel Zero Redux Review

If you give Sublevel Zero Redux the time it deserves, you won’t be able to help falling in love with its approach to upgrades and consistent unrelenting challenge.
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Berserk and the Band of the Hawk Review

Have you ever played a Dynasty Warriors game and thought “Nope, it’s just not violent enough”? If you have, then one, I hope to never meet you in a dark alley, ...
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SQUAKE Review

For its price, SQUAKE is definitely worth a go if you're looking for something fun to play in short bursts.