Category: PC

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“Edge of Eternity” Review-In-Progress

author image by Patrick Mifflin | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 24 Jun 2021

The indie space has been fertile ground for classical JRPGs for quite some time now, but mostly in the form of creative if relatively simplistic RPG Maker projects. French developer Midgar Studio is looking to change all of that with…

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“Resident Evil Village” Review

author image by Jon Yelenic | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 02 Jun 2021

Resident Evil Village is a thrilling action-horror title that brings the series to heights it hasn’t reached in a very long time.

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“Tools Up!” Review

author image by Danreb Victorio | Nintendo Switch PC PlayStation 4 Reviews Xbox One | 0 Comments | 14 May 2021

Indie darling Team17’s work on Overcooked! has given the series a Nintendo-esque level of respect when it comes to couch multiplayer, and we’ve since seen a lot of clones that try to recapture that fun to no avail. Released in…

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“The Longing” Review

author image by Jon Yelenic | Nintendo Switch PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 04 May 2021

The Longing is a thought-provoking title that sounds brilliant on paper, but doesn’t quite stick the landing.

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“Disco Elysium: The Final Cut” Review

author image by Brandon Perkins | Nintendo Switch PC PlayStation 4 Reviews | 0 Comments | 26 Apr 2021

“Mankind, be vigilant; We loved you.” This was not the first time I had played Disco Elysium. I first played DE back in 2019, when it originally was published for the PC. Back then, DE was a a cult classic…

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“Lost Words: Beyond the Page” Review

author image by Danreb Victorio | Nintendo Switch PC PlayStation 4 Reviews Xbox One | 0 Comments | 14 Apr 2021

Indie games are relatively easy to overlook, especially when you don’t really know what it is you’re looking for. As someone that typically always plays the latest and greatest, I’m always looking for a palette cleanser, and Lost Words: Beyond…

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“Ys IX: Monstrum Nox” Review

author image by Danreb Victorio | Nintendo Switch PC PlayStation 4 Reviews | 0 Comments | 01 Feb 2021

It’s a breath of fresh air knowing that the game doesn’t begin with Adol and Dogi on a sinking ship nor does it feature Adol having a bad case of amnesia.

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“Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy” Review

author image by Danreb Victorio | Nintendo Switch PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews | 0 Comments | 26 Jan 2021

Atelier fans should feel right at home, but we can’t help but feel that while there’s a lot to appreciate, some more work is needed in order to discover its potential.

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“Bugsnax” Review

author image by Eduard Gafton | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews | 0 Comments | 09 Dec 2020

Bugsnax is a game with a big heart and one that is positively bizarre.

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“Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla” Review

author image by Josh Schwartzman | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 02 Dec 2020

The Assassin’s Creed franchise has come a long way since its inception back in 2007. Gone are the quiet, calculated kills from the shadows, replaced with loud, brandish battles filled with violent fanfare and over-the-top executions. Valhalla is the biggest…

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“Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” Review

author image by Jon Yelenic | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 22 Nov 2020

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is a game that wears many hats, but doesn’t fit any of them quite right.

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“Watch Dogs: Legion” Review

author image by Josh Schwartzman | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 16 Nov 2020

Legion’s gameplay feels entirely bland and uninspiring, despite its ambition on making every character in the game playable. The story sometimes gets lost in the random filler and constant need to meet everyone in the city, and it’s here where Watch Dogs: Legion loses its heart.

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