Category Archives: PC

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...

Drifting Lands PC Review

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Having fond memories of things in the style of R-Type, Raiden arcade game I was expecting something of that sort, short burn lives, lots of projectiles to avoid and plenty of big scary bad guys. All of that is here and more, modifiable ships, different grades of missions and refreshingly short but fulfilling missions. Not only that a fairly strong Continue Reading...

Starpoint Gemini Warlords PC Review

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There’s a part of me that just wants to wander between the planets and stars. Starpoint Gemini Warlords is an interesting title. Both in that you have a fairly large and free scope of action, giving your territory to control, fleets to manage. Not only that, piracy is a real option to make some good money fairly quickly. There’s plenty Continue Reading...

Everspace PC Review

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Games set in space are dime a dozen, from the fleet based to the old Wing Commander series. Few truly can get space right, giving the people full freedom of movement. Six degrees of freedom is hard to learn at first, but once you know, you can easily outfly the AI. Gameplay When I first booted this up, I was Continue Reading...

Endless Space 2 Review

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Endless Space has a sequel and it’s a very worthy successor to the first. Not only does this sharpen and streamline the experience, it also adds depth. This depth can be hard to find, yet the new faction and more complex terraforming do change the game. Just like the Civilisation series, one more turn is almost impossible to keep to, Continue Reading...

Friday the 13th Review

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Friday the 13th is finally a video game for the new age. Developed by IllFonic, and published by Gun Media, Friday the 13th  the video game is based off of the popular horror movie series that came to life thanks to Kickstarter and Backerkit. Gameplay Friday the 13th The video game puts you in the boots of either Jason Voorhees Continue Reading...

Minecraft Magic: The Gathering Skin Pack DLC Review

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Minecraft is still getting new content and DLC to keep the game fresh and customisable for players. The latest addition to the game is a skin pack that has been wanted for some time, Magic: The Gathering characters are now available for Windows 10 and Pocket editions of Minecraft. Gameplay For some time now, the only way fane of Magic: Continue Reading...

Outlast 2 Review

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Outlast is back from developer Red Barrels to scare us all into submission or has the series taken a turn since its first entry? Outlasts popularity exploded when many popular Youtubers took their channels and showed themselves screaming in horror as they played the game. Now because of that Outlast is a well-known horror game. However, does it still deserve Continue Reading...

Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III Review

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Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III by developer Relic Entertainment is my first entry into the Dawn of War series and the most recent Dawn of War since 2009. I was told that this entry isn’t exactly friendly to newcomers. Thankfully though I have a long history with many real-time strategy games so I wasn’t a stranger to the genre. Continue Reading...

Kyle plays Outlast 2

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Kyle is here with his first live playthrough of Outlast 2!  Tune in and let us know what you think. Be sure to give us a like and please subscribe to our channel, we appreciate it....

Redout Review

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Anti-grav racing is something that is I’ve enjoyed for a long time, since WipeOut 64. It’s fast, exciting, engaging and takes you to some interesting places. Something other racers never seemed to do for me. Now finding this on the PC, I’ve lost many hours to master just one track, out of nearly a hundred. Gameplay This is a racer, Continue Reading...

Torment: Tides of Numenera PC Review

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Another revival of the older styled isometric RPG’s I grew up with. Instead of Faerun on Aber-Toril, we explore the Ninth World of Monte Cook’s Numenera. It’s a world of Glaives, Jacks and Nano’s, exploring the Earth many millions of years in the future. Many cyphers, items from previous epochs are there for you to find and use. The mystery Continue Reading...

Halo Wars 2 Review

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The Halo series returns to the RTS genre and it does so with style, grace and truly stunning cinematics. It’s hard to explain how well this plays, even on the controller. Though I want to say it’s more class based than the original, it still retains the feel of the first. It’s a fast and brutal game and more importantly, Continue Reading...

Starcraft 2: Nova Covert Ops Pack 3 PC Review

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The third and final pack in the Nova Covert Ops pack. Three more missions and plenty more opportunities to explore just what happened to Nova, the conspirators and their plot. There’s a few friendly faces and allies who come in to support you. Though it may be the end of this short series, it’s still well told and wrapped up.  Continue Reading...

Talent Not Included PC Review

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Talent Not Included is quite the variation to the Action/Combat Platformer genre. Frima Studios is back with another great game that will challenge you and bring some laughter.  Gameplay Action/Combat Platformer games are traditionally side-scrollers presenting a variety of level navigation, item collection and enemy destruction. Talent Not Included brings a similar experience to a single screen location. This is Continue Reading...

Civilisation VI PC Review

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The latest in the long line of Civilisation titles and perhaps the most interesting to date. There’s plenty which is the same and then there’s plenty which is different. It’s hard not to know how to play this, but it will catch you in a number of traps. It’s a new game and it’s easily worth your time. Just set Continue Reading...

Fractured Space PC Review

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MOBA was a word I didn’t think I would ever need to know. With this game, it might be the first time I use them. The stars and the space in between them are vast and deadly. Especially here in Fractured Space. While the levels are small they are not so simple. Especially with the bonuses you can earn from Continue Reading...

Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition PC Review

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One of the games that I remember fondly has been cleaned up and improved, quite dramatically. One of the best action RPG’s of it era, it still holds up well now. The system of combining two classes into one, is something that is unique, as well as the Greek theme, keep this fresh. Combining the original and expansion into one Continue Reading...

World Of Warcraft: Legion PC Review

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Legion the latest expansion to come out of Blizzard’s long lasting World of Warcraft MMORPG that has been going strong for twelve years. This expansion brings with it a lot of changes to the core mechanics of World of Warcraft. Gameplay One of the biggest changes to come with the Legion expansion is artefact weapons. Instead of grinding for weapons Continue Reading...