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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    Firewatch Official Review

    Firewatch is...something. A first person adventure/mystery/talking-to-a-faceless-girl simulator story by developers Campo Studio, you start out the game as a man named Henry who starts out a new job,...
    Posted by Tom Bond, Feb 13, 2016  5
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    8.5

    King's Quest: A Knight to Remember Official Review

    Ahhh King’s Quest. Originally a classic point-and-click adventure game released on PCs way back in the 80’s and 90’s, Activision decided “Hey, let’s bring back Sierra! And hey, you know what...
    Posted by Tom Bond, Jan 6, 2016  1
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    The Beginner's Guide

    This little-known title was made in October by the creator of The Stanley Parable. It's not so much a game as a story, about the length of a movie, told by narration and interactive games. But is the...
    Posted by Alex McAuliffe, Dec 29, 2015  0
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    9.5

    Undertale Official Review

    With rave reviews from both critics and Steam users, Undertale has established quite a large fanbase. How well does the game live up to these ratings?
    Posted by Alex McAuliffe, Oct 30, 2015  21
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    Transformers Devastation Official Review

    Transformers Devastation is Platinum Game’s latest entry in their button masher, hack and slash style games. Do you like Transformers? Do you like rock music? Explosions? Do you like hitting X and Y...
    Posted by Tom Bond, Oct 24, 2015  12
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    Blood Bowl 2 Official Review

    Blood Bowl 2 smashes Warhammer and American football together in an explosive cocktail of turn-based strategy, humour and brutality, faithfully adapted from Games Workshop’s famous board game.
    Posted by Harold Morris, Sep 22, 2015  1
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    Mad Max Official Review

    Mad Max is a post-apocalyptic open world action adventure game developed by Avalanche Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It's set in the unforgiving world envisioned by...
    Posted by Mike Wheaty, Sep 11, 2015  10
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    Sakura Beach

    "From the makers of Sakura Spirit, Sakura Angels and Sakura Fantasy this time working together with the artist Inma to bring you this visual novel dating sim on the beach!"
    Posted by TheGrayShow1467, Sep 6, 2015  0
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    Grandia II Anniversary Edition

    Grandia II was probably one of the best games you could get when you had a Dreamcast back in the day. However the PS2 and PC ports of this game always were flawed in one way or another which resulted...
    Posted by Dominik Dudek, Aug 26, 2015  29
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    Calvino Noir Official Review

    Calvino Noir is a mystery game where you conspire with multiple characters to start a revolution.
    Posted by Eric Zander, Aug 24, 2015  3
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    Submerged Official Review

    Submerged is a third person exploration game that follows the story of Miku and her wounded little brother, Taku, drifting along a seemingly endless sea when they come across a city that is flooded....
    Posted by Tom Bond, Aug 6, 2015  2
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    The Swindle Official Review

    The Swindle is a 2D steampunk themed stealth game where you break into buildings, steal their money, hack their systems, and then escape the police to make off with the dough.
    Posted by Eric Zander, Jul 27, 2015  4
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    7.5

    Kyn Official Review

    Kyn is a new RPG developed by Tangrin Entertainment and published by Versus Evil. It will release globally on the 28th of July 2015.
    Posted by Mike Wheaty, Jul 27, 2015  1
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    7.5

    Guild of Dungeoneering Official Review

    Guild of Dungeoneering is a turn-based dungeon crawler with a twist: instead of controlling the hero you build the dungeon around him. Using cards drawn from your Guild decks you lay down rooms,...
    Posted by Harold Morris, Jul 19, 2015  2
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    Final Fantasy 13 (PC)

    The last fantasy no.13, the first! It's a Square Enix game so it's gonna be beautiful. And it certainly is a nice looking game however on PC you can kinda see through the methods they used to make the...
    Posted by Dominik Dudek, Jun 27, 2015  11

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