Browsing posts in the ‘PC’ category

Review: Door Kickers

Door Kickers. As soon as I heard the name of this I knew it was going to be up my street. It is. It's awesome. Door Kickers is about a swat/patrol team...

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Review: Duelyst

On March 9th, 2014 a Kickstarter was launched for a new competitive collectible trading card strategy game called Duelyst. In one day it gathered $10k, and within three days, $30k. In just...

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Review: Train Valley

Train Valley is a puzzle game. With trains. If you don't like puzzle games and don't like trains, you'll want to be heading to another review for a bit. You will, however,...

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Review: Legends of Eisenwald

The fantasy genre is one we've become very familiar with. Certain things spring to mind immediately; spectacular castles, knights in gleaming armour, dragons and ferocious beasts. What does not spring to mind,...

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Review: Poly Bridge

Back in my days of being a young sproglet in school, I fondly remember a simplistic game called Coconut Run. It was one of those free online games, the sort that you'd...

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Review: 3D Realms Anthology

One of my earliest memories of PC gaming is sitting up past my bed time playing the original Duke Nukem side-scrolling shooter on a knackered old PC that my dad had salvaged...

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Poly Bridge Arrives on Early Access

Developers Dry Cactus have just released their upcoming bridge-build-em-up (it'll catch on) Poly Bridge onto Early Access, and we've already had a couple of weeks to have a play around. It's good...

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Review: Magicka: Wizard Wars

I desperately wanted to like Magicka: Wizard Wars. On paper, I should have loved it. Take Magicka’s brilliantly enjoyable but challenging spell-based combat system, and fun loving childish humour, and throw them...

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Review: A Pixel Story

There seems to have been a glut of 'retro' based released by indie developers over the past few years with basic controls that really do hark back to the 8 and 16...

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Review: Space Colony: Steam Edition

Real-time strategy games have never really been my forte. I’m even worse at games where I need to keep digital people happy through feeding them. Whenever I play ‘The Sims’ I merely...

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Review: Metrocide

The City Noir feel of this game hit me as soon as I loaded up this game and was greeted by the title screen, it is a cyberpunk world and you see...

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Review: The Book Of Unwritten Tales 2

It's news to roughly nobody that the pointy-clicky genre has seen quite a resurgence lately, and whether that's come about through the involvement of Telltale and their excellent console-friendly series or the...

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Review: Cities XXL

Review Cities XXL the editor said, "simple" I thought until I downloaded the game. I haven't played a city management game since the 90s so in theory this should be simple compared...

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Preview: theHunter: Primal

theHunter: Primal is a game that has been developed by Expansive Worlds that lets you stalk and hunt dinosaurs in an open world Jurassic era inspired environment. This has been on early...

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Review: Football Manager 2015

Another year passing means another dose of football addiction. With each new version of Football Manager that SI Games produce they somehow find new layers of complexity, new features to slot into...

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Review: Screencheat

If you remember playing split-screen FPS games such as Goldeneye on the N64, you'll know how much fun it was to hide round a bend, watch someone else's corner of the screen...

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Review: Total War: Rome 2 Emperor Edition

Total War: Rome 2 was originally released late last year to some rather indifferent reviews, on release it had many bugs and problems and even though it was released nearly ten years...

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Preview: Bedlam

I've been playing games for a long time now, and if there's one thing I've always yearned for it's a game which takes a leap back in time, sets you up as...

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Review: Spacecom

I like strategy games, but two things occasionally bug me if I'm in a slightly irritable mood: complexity and time. Take Civilization as an example, as that's generally seen as the King...

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