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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    Poly Bridge 2 Official Review

    The sequel to the 2016 indie cult classic is here! But what exactly has Dry Cactus brought to the table with this new installment?
    Reviewed by Alan John, Jun 1, 2020 at 6:04 AM 3 comments
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    Dread X Collection Official Review

    The Dread X Collection brings together ten indie developers and asks them to make a short, playable teaser for their dream horror project, in the vein of P.T. How many of them have what it takes to be...
    Reviewed by Stephen Peddigrew, May 30, 2020 at 9:26 AM 4 comments
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    Saints Row: The Third Remastered Official Review

    Coming back in remastered mode after 9 years, Saints Row: The Third lets you unleash mayhem on Steelport city in style. Should you join the gang?
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, May 23, 2020 11 comments
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    Tales From Off-Peak City Vol. 1 Official Review

    Enter the strange, strange world of Tales From Off-Peak City Vol. 1, where buildings talk and giant dogs surveil back alleys, but where everyone shares worldly woes in an other-worldly place. Let’s...
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, May 19, 2020 4 comments
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    GBAtemp

    Hi. My name is Stealphie and today i'm reviewing GBAtemp
    Reviewed by Stealphie, May 9, 2020 5 comments
  • 7.8

    XCOM: Chimera Squad Official Review

    Firaxis’ XCOM reboot series continues with a spinoff that aims to streamline the formula. But is it still XCOM?
    Reviewed by Stephen Peddigrew, May 3, 2020 6 comments
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    PONG Quest Official Review

    Well, this is something I never saw coming. PONG Quest is a new spin on the classic PONG formula, bringing new gameplay elements that make the game far more interesting than the classic PONG game.
    Reviewed by Daisy May, Apr 21, 2020 14 comments
  • 8.5

    Granblue Fantasy Versus Official Review

    Arc System Works is back at it again with another lovingly-crafted 2D fighter. How did the gacha world of Granblue Fantasy translate into a fighter?
    Reviewed by Krista Noren, Apr 16, 2020 16 comments
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    Shadow Gangs

    It's been ages since a real Shinobi-like was in the spotlight. All fans of that favorite franchise that premiered as a side-scrolling arcade title back in 1987 has finally seen it reborn anew better...
    Reviewed by jackkill, Apr 10, 2020 1 comment
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    Resident Evil 3 Official Review

    PS1 classic Resident Evil 3: Nemesis is back as the much anticipated remake titled Resident Evil 3. More than a discrete name change, this marks a complete revision to the game while staying true to...
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Apr 4, 2020 24 comments
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    Temtem Official Review

    Released in Early Access in late January, Temtem, the Pokémon clone with the MMO sauce, already has lots to offer. But what exactly does it deliver and how does it integrate those MMO aspects?
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Feb 1, 2020 23 comments
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    Bookbound Brigade Official Review

    It is time for a Metroidvania game with a twist. How does this gameplay experiment play out? Read on to find out!
    Reviewed by WD_GASTER2, Jan 29, 2020 1 comment
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    Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 1

    Hello, my name is Stealphie and this time i'm reviewing the rather infamous Sonic 4.
    Reviewed by Stealphie, Jan 13, 2020 2 comments
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    POSTAL Redux

    Do you know the game Postal? I'm sure you do! Postal was a game developed by Running With Scissors and was published by Ripcord Games in November 14th 1997. It was very controversial due to it's...
    Reviewed by zergoven, Jan 12, 2020 0 comments
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    Deliver Us The Moon Official Review

    Deliver Us The Moon is a story-driven walking simulator/puzzle game from Indie Dev studio KeokeN Interactive that follows a no-name protagonist on a mission to fix a power station on the Moon! You're...
    Reviewed by Tom Bond, Jan 1, 2020 0 comments