Computer Reviews

Computer Reviews

Check out our latest computer game reviews. PC games are traditionally intended for the core gaming community, seeing as contemporary systems that are the host to games we now qualify as 'casual' are usually settled in the living room, connected to a TV. An increasingly small majority of franchises turn out to be available on both computers (Windows, and too rarely OSX and Linux) and consoles. It comes down to our reviewers whether they prefer reviewing a game on the PC or on their console - knowing that in most if not all cases a game will look better on the PC, assuming your PC comes with a decent video card.

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    Corpse Party: Book of Shadows Official Review

    The first of three games to be getting a shiny new PC release, we take a look at the anthological agony of Heavenly Host.
    Posted by Scarlet Bell, Oct 30, 2018  8
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    Call of Cthulhu Official Review

    Call of Cthulhu, a First person adventure horror game by Cyanide Studios that's loosely based off the Lovecraftian Tabletop RPG of the same name.
    Posted by Tom Bond, Oct 29, 2018  5
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    Garry's Mod

    Garry's Mod is a Sandbox game that began as a mod of Half Life 2. Is it a masterpiece or a piece of shit? Let's find out.
    Posted by Titanica, Oct 5, 2018  0
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    Death's Gambit Official Review

    I go down the rabbit hole with White Rabbit's opening gambit.
    Posted by Adrien Montgomery, Oct 2, 2018  5
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    Yakuza 0 Official Review

    Hailed as one of the defining series for PlayStation consoles for over a decade, Yakuza is finally making some timid moves towards PC gamers. Yakuza 0 marks the first title in the franchise to release...
    Posted by Prans Dunn, Sep 23, 2018  10
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    Guacamelee! 2 Official Review

    ¡Ay, caramba! A brand-new threat looms over not only Mexico but the… Mexiverse?! As Juan Aguacate’s help is eventually sought, let’s see if you should lend yours in Guacamelee! 2…
    Posted by Prans Dunn, Sep 2, 2018  7
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    Graveyard Keeper Official Review

    Do you enjoy burying corpses? How about autopsies? Well if you do it's time to make some morally questionable decisions in this very historically inaccurate management sim!
    Posted by Chris Knight, Aug 24, 2018  6
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    We Happy Few Official Review

    It’s about time we take a look at We Happy Few! The game that caused quite a bit of stir in Australia due to its depiction of drug use is now out. Let’s see if spending your time with it will end...
    Posted by Prans Dunn, Aug 20, 2018  8
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    Fallout 4 - Steam version

    Wikipedia: "Fallout 4 is a post-apocalyptic action role-playing video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks."
    Posted by Magicrafter13, Jul 30, 2018  3
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    Vampyr Official Review

    In a world rampant with post-apocalyptic zombie games, Vampyr proposes another setting: vampires in 20th century England. Initially slated for a 2017 release, how does this delayed game from Dontnod...
    Posted by Prans Dunn, Jun 12, 2018  3
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    Dark Souls: Remastered Edition Official Review

    Dark Souls: Remastered Edition is a remaster of the now 7 year old game Dark Souls, developed by From Software and Remastered by QLOC. Featuring 4k textures, native 60fps, and various other...
    Posted by Tom Bond, May 23, 2018  23
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    Frostpunk Official Review

    From the outset, Frostpunk appears cold, dark and gritty. And with good reason--the elevator pitch for this game would be something like "Anno meets Don't Starve". Want to know more? Then by all...
    Posted by Taleweaver, May 21, 2018  7
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    Omensight Official Review

    The Godless-Priestess has been murdered! The end times are near! Urralia needs a new hero! As war wages in that once-peaceful land, is bringing back peace by playing Omensight worthy of your time and...
    Posted by Prans Dunn, May 18, 2018  4
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    Forgotton Anne Official Review

    Yes, that’s not a typo. It's indeed Forgotton Anne and not Forgotten Anne! Developed by ThroughLine Games and published by Square Enix Collective, Forgotton Anne is touted as allowing you to call...
    Posted by Prans Dunn, May 11, 2018  4
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    Tabletop Simulator

    Tabletop Simulator is a simulation game that simulates board and card games on a table.
    Posted by Titanica, May 9, 2018  2

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