Category Archive: PC

PC Reviews

Star Wars Battlefront 2 review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

I’ve seen this raw greed only once before. It didn’t scare me enough then. It does now.

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Redout review for Xbox One, PS4, Switch

Finally, an answer to the question of “What if we crossed Wipeout with F-Zero?”

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Jydge review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Another day, another decent twin-stick shooter from 10tons.

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Last Day of June review for PS4, PC

Like Groundhog Day, but indescribably sad.

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Call of Duty: WWII review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

Call of Duty: WWII does cover a lot of familiar ground when it comes to war and video games, but a solid, robust multiplayer keeps the fun alive.

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Nioh: Complete Edition review for PC

A rocky start for this PC port mars an otherwise outstanding game.

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Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back review for PS4, PC

A New Bubsy? What could possibly go wrong? Well, a lot, but not as much as you may think.

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One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition review for Nintendo Switch

A journey worth revisiting only by fans of the IP.

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Destiny 2 review for PC

PC gamers have gotten what they have clamored for since September 9, 2014, Destiny on the PC!

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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus review for Xbox One, PS4, PC

Wolfenstein II breathes new life into single player games.

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Jackbox Party Pack 4 review for Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch

The masterminds behind You Don’t Know Jack deliver a new take on an old favourite, three amazing new games…and, unfortunately, one not-so-amazing game.

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A Rose in the Twilight review for PS Vita, PC

A girl and her golem.

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Mecho Tales review for PS Vita, PS4

Oh God, my eyes!

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Assassin’s Creed Origins review for PC, Xbox One, PS4

The journey to Egypt that fans have eagerly awaited pays off in a big way. Assassin’s Creed Origins proves that the series is not only still relevant, but stronger than it has ever been before.

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