Category Archives: PC

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 PC & Xbox One Review

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Vermintide II comes in with not just the promise of rat killing, but the hordes of Chaos as well. Both are here in massive numbers, waiting for blade, bow and gun. Not only do they keep that promise, but they’re more levels, more to the characters than before and most importantly, plenty of tools for you to use in thinning Continue Reading...

Spellforce 3 PC Review

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Not an RPG and not an RTS but a very interesting mix both. Not only does it do both a great deal of respect, but does it well. There’s a big world for you to explore and it’s there for you to make your mark on. Armies are yours master and their commanders your companions. Some of the time perhaps Continue Reading...

Battletech PC Review

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The mighty BattleMech returns to the PC. Turn based this time instead of real time, it’s still about the BattleMechs. Running your own company starts out so very simply, yet rapidly becomes quite difficult. Yet, all the time the ‘Mech is at the core. Gameplay BattleTech is about the BattleMech and this is very true of this game as well. Continue Reading...

The Horus Heresy: Betrayal at Calth HTC Vive Review

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When you think about it, there are many games that could be awesome in Virtual Reality. And with that, tabletop games are no exception. Breaking out of what could only be imagined before, Warhammer 40K is certainly one that could please the massive fan base. The Horus Heresy: Betrayal at Calth has just been released, does it depict what players Continue Reading...

Titan Quest: Ragnarok Expansion PC Review

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Ancient Greece, Egypt, China and more were one of my favourite playgrounds many years ago, specifically though Titan Quest and its expansion. Now they’ve added a whole new expansion to it I have to admit I was surprised. Not only was a surprised at the release, but in how they were able to keep the spirit. Where it does fall Continue Reading...

Ark Park HTC Vive Review

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Working in collaboration with Wildcard Studios and their popular game Ark: Survival Evolved, Snail Games brings Ark Park via virtual Reality. It’s time to get up close and personal with all your favourite dinosaurs in a Jurassic Park-like environment. Gameplay I’ve loved dinosaurs for as long as I can remember, and I thought dino games couldn’t get any better than Continue Reading...

Azure Saga: Pathfinder PC Review

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Azure Saga: Pathfinder brings you an oddly satisfying mixture of medieval fantasy and science fiction to the JRPG genre on Steam. What lies ahead may not be what you’d expect. Gameplay JRPG’s have been a mixed bag for me, some were highly enjoyable, and I had a lot of fun working my way through them. Others, well let’s just say, Continue Reading...

Total War: Warhammer II PC Review

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The Total War series is something I was a fan of, while not every era interested me, I have fond memories of slowly, surely, dominating Japan, becoming Shogan. The intrigue, strategy, construction, upgrading, all of which was at my command. Warhammer II brings back this joy, with an obvious story, campaign. There’s so much to do, so much to learn Continue Reading...

Subnautica PC Review

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Planet 4546B could be an idyllic if it wasn’t for a few things, Reaper Leviathans, enforcement batteries and the assorted things trying to eat you. You’ll spend your time under the water, scavenging, hunting, building and travelling. Always looking for the next thing and getting distracted on the way, if you’re anything like me. Gameplay Subnautica is at its core, Continue Reading...

Civilisation VI: Rise and Fall DLC Review

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Civilisation VI was a big step away from the previous entries, while being an improvement, refinement, enhancement. Just as this expansion is to Civilisation VI. New leaders, new features, new units, new wonders, all of them await you, if you’re lucky enough to be able to meet the requirements to unlock them. Some of them, quite specific for the wonders. Continue Reading...

Battlestar Galactica Deadlock PC Review

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The universe of Battlestar Galactica is known for its space battles and here you have plenty of them. From the small corvettes, Raiders, Vipers and Raptors through to Basestars and the Galactica herself, you have a full fleet at your command. Equally turned based and real time, it challenges you to think in three dimensions. To track and manage formations Continue Reading...

High Noon VR HTC Vive Review

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It’s High Noon, and you know what that means, time for some gun-slinging cowboy action for the HTC Vive from Octobox Interactive and Buka Entertainment. Grab your six-shooters and stand out in a dusty street for this VR action. Gameplay Let’s be honest, most of us played as cowboys as kids and it always entailed some major gunfights for no Continue Reading...

Grim Dawn: Ashes of Malmouth PC Review

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The world of Cairn is developing nicely with this expansion, calling it a piece of DLC just isn’t fair. A pair of new masteries await players, with a whole new story chapter await. There’s plenty of new ways to defeat your foes, from hordes of the undead to a ranged death dealer, enhanced with magical artefacts. Gameplay The first thing Continue Reading...

Everspace Encounters PC Review

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Everspace was a surprise release for me. Despite being so simple, it was more than fun enough to keep me going. Each run was a new run, with a new understanding, a better craft, a new trick to try out, more equipment to be made and used. This is amplified here in the first major expansion to the game. Gameplay Continue Reading...

Samurai Riot Review

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Remember the days of a side-scrolling beat-em-up where you are challenged to continue, fight some awesome bosses, and includes a great story? To be honest, not many included all these, but most earn a tick. Samurai Riot has now been released on Steam and it does tick all those boxes. Gameplay I have been enjoying nostalgia lately, remembering old games Continue Reading...

XCOM2 War Of The Chosen Review

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Xcom 2 returns with an expansion that changes up the game and introduces far more foes than friends. The Chosen exist to hunt you down, slow you, letting the Elders complete the Avatar project. Yet, the Reapers, Skirmishers and Templars are there for you to use, to help you in the fight against the alien invaders. More technology needs to Continue Reading...

Cold Waters Review

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The North Atlantic has seen a lot of combat over the years, here alternate history turns the last years of the Cold War into a hot war. With a submarine at your command, you’ve been given the chance to stop the great Soviet Navy and to bring the war to a close in the favour of NATO. From attacking convoys Continue Reading...

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Review

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Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice comes to us from developer Ninja Theory, who brought us the revamped Devil May Cry in 2013. Now they deliver to us a story about a young warrior woman who is journeying to what seems like the underworld, so that she may bring back her lost love. Meanwhile she fights her own personal demons as she suffers Continue Reading...

The Long Dark Review

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The Long Dark is a survival/exploration game that comes to us from Hinterland Studio and was brought to life via various different funding websites including Kickstarter. The Long Dark has been in early access for years, beginning in 2014, which gave players and backers access to a sandbox survival mode that grew and evolved over the years. Now in 2017 Continue Reading...

Steel Division: Normandy 44 PC Review

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Historical RTS’s are something I rarely touch. Ever since I played Blitzkreig 2 many years ago. There was always something that stopped me, either I didn’t like the mechanics; I felt they got the history wrong or bought too much into the myths of the period and the invincible Tiger. Here I get the brutal start to the campaign to Continue Reading...