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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    Prey Official Review

    Prey is Bethesda's reboot of the 2006 game of the same name. Does it live up to the expectations a decade later?
    Posted by Prans Dunn, May 15, 2017  9
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    Syberia 3 Official Review

    Syberia 3 marks the return of Kate Walker's adventures after nearly a decade. Was it worth the wait?
    Posted by Prans Dunn, May 3, 2017  15
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    Chaos Code -New Sign of Catastrophe- Official Review

    A remaster of a title, that came out on Arcades first and PS3 later, now with more content and more features on PS4 & PC.
    Posted by Dominik Dudek, Apr 6, 2017  13
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    Honey Select

    Honey Select takes everything you know about the H-game genre and revamps it. With upgraded graphics, mods, the easiest character customization and sharing features, and EVEN a VR mode, some people...
    Posted by VinLark, Apr 1, 2017  2
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    Mass Effect Andromeda Official Review

    The Fourth entry in the beloved Mass Effect series. How does it stand next to the original titan of a trilogy?
    Posted by Austin Trujillo, Mar 23, 2017  32
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    Night in The Woods Official Review

    Side scrolling text adventures certainly aren’t new, nor have they felt like the same game to too many a person. Initially, this was the impression I had when I was about to delve into the world of...
    Posted by Austin Trujillo, Mar 12, 2017  3
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    2Dark Official Review

    There's been a revival of sorts in the survival horror genre lately. How does the new game by one of the pioneers of the very genre stack up?
    Posted by Prans Dunn, Mar 10, 2017  12
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    Berserk and the Band of the Hawk Official Review

    How does Game on Thrones on steroids fare as a 'Warriors' skin?
    Posted by Prans Dunn, Feb 21, 2017  8
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    Overwatch is Blizzard Entertainment's latest IP, and for a first game in a new series, it has done pretty well for itself. The game is a "MOBA-FPS", or an FPS with team-based/objective-based gameplay,...
    Posted by ItsKipz, Dec 10, 2016  3
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    Killing Floor 2 Official Review

    2016 has been blessed with some pretty neat First Person Shooters which raised the bar for following games in the genre. How does Killing Floor 2 fare amidst the competition? Read on to find out!
    Posted by Prans Dunn, Nov 21, 2016  35
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    Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour

    I really wish Gearbox didn't do this....
    Posted by NuikopeaDemon, Oct 14, 2016  3
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    Aragami Official Review

    A pure incarnation of the stealth genre awaits in Aragami. Is the no-frills rogue action varied enough to feel fresh?
    Posted by Alex McAuliffe, Oct 6, 2016  5
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    F1 2016 Official Review

    High speed thrills meet realistic simulation in the newest installment of the Formula 1 series. Is it a first place finish or a mid-race wreck?
    Posted by Alex McAuliffe, Aug 18, 2016  1
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    I Am Setsuna Official Review

    Can Square's latest RPG stand as both a homage to the JRPG greats as well as a fresh, engaging experience?
    Posted by Alex McAuliffe, Jul 20, 2016  11
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    Welcome to the Game

    Welcome to the Game. A vague title for a dark subject. For $1.99 USD, is this game worth it?
    Posted by TheGrayShow1467, Jul 5, 2016  0

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