Category Archives: PC

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Long Live the Queen [Review]

Apr
17
2014

There are some genres in video games that are somewhat questionable compared to others. They tend to be niche and put off most people due to the nature of their gameplay. The visual novel genre is a perfect example of this, especially with many people thinking that it's not a ...

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FTL: Faster Than Light Walkthrough [Guide]

Apr
17
2014

FTL: Faster Than Light is one of the most comprehensive strategy games that you can play. Not only does it let you decide where to go and how your ship should be loaded, but it will also let you choose your crew and how they would work inside your vessel. ...

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FTL: Advanced Edition [Review]

Apr
16
2014

When FTL: Faster Than Light first came out back in 2012, it became a surprise hit due to its simple yet challenging roguelike gameplay. But they weren't done yet as they've just released this Advanced Edition, which adds more features into the already great game. ...

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Rain Blood Chronicles: Mirage [Review]

Apr
14
2014

As more indie developers put increasing effort into more action platformers, they've been exploring more themes and mechanics in a genre that is all about flashy moves and adrenaline. We've had titles like Shank, Strider, and so on. Rain Blood Chronicles: Mirage seeks to do even more with its own ...

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Betrayer [Review]

Apr
14
2014

There are quite a few games out there that look very different from most other games, and some of them go on to become classics in their own right. A lot of the others though tend to populate bargain piles for the most part as their distinct aesthetics either wouldn't ...

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Age of Wonders III [Review]

Apr
12
2014

Most people would think that complicated strategy games that are usually released only for PC will never get made anymore with big companies not being in churning them out, but that's not true at all. We live in a time when titles like Civilization V and Total War: Rome II ...

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Luftrausers [Review]

Apr
10
2014

There is something about the setting of the early to mid 20th century that somehow makes for some pretty good video games. For instance, there's Papers, Please that puts you in the shoes of someone working for a scary communist regime, albeit a fictional one. There had been a ton ...

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Goat Simulator [Review]

Apr
10
2014

The thing about games these days is that there are way less limits to imagination, so there have been more titles with novel concepts. There are some that play more like interactive fiction, while others dig into the players' tendencies like in Antichamber. There are some games though that are ...

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The Yawhg [Review]

Apr
1
2014

Being able to paint your own picture or write your own story is something that games have always tried to tap into throughout time. It's not just a matter of choice, but also an appeal to one's creativity for coming up with a player's own unique experience. It's an ever-elusive ...

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Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z [Review]

Mar
30
2014

Every once in a while, spin-offs of existing games come up to liven things up and show a twist to what's familiar. However, when that includes something that many agree to be overdone and cliche, then maybe it's best to leave it be. The Yakuza series had Yakuza: Dead Souls, ...

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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls [Review]

Mar
29
2014

The review for Diablo III around two years ago had the game rated quite highly, although many would think that it doesn't deserve it even with the recent patches and updates that has somehow improved its gameplay as time passed. Blizzard listened and addressed the community's gripes and have come ...

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The Novelist [Review]

Mar
29
2014

Story-driven games in recent years have pushed the boundaries as far as showing video games as a narrative medium and even as an art form. The year 2013 had Gone Home, which garnered mixed reactions from gamers that ranged from overwhelming praise to criticisms of being pretentious and a "walking ...

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Deus Ex: The Fall (PC) [Review]

Mar
28
2014

When Deus Ex: The Fall was announced for iOS, it was like the announcement of The World Ends With You -Live Remix- with an upcoming game being hyped with a countdown, then being announced as a mobile title as Square Enix must have thought that the mobile market is worth ...

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TowerFall Ascension [Review]

Mar
24
2014

When TowerFall was released on the Ouya back in June 2013, many called it the biggest reason to get the microconsole, but many other factors on the contrary made it difficult for gamers to be convinced, and the little box of wonder made possible by Kickstarter languished with its underpowered ...

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The Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville [Review]

Mar
23
2014

Recently, we have been treated to a TV/movie license game that actually matched the quality of its source material, which is a rarity even among the most earnest of publishers and development studios. It gave hope to gamers in being able to see games featuring their favorite characters, which is ...

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