Browsing posts in the ‘PC’ category

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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Review: The Golf Club

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FORE!! Nope, that's not the review score, just an awkward segue into the article - I'll make a note to myself for next time to try harder... So, The Golf Club, affectionately...

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Preview: Elite: Dangerous

Everybody has them, games that define a period in their lives, for some it's the early days of Championship Manager, for others Pacman but for me it has to be the original...

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Review: Machines at War 3

Machines at War 3 is, as the title gives away, the third title in the series. I have to admit that I have not played the previous two iterations so I come...

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Review: Munin

Munin is a platform based puzzle title that has been developed by Gojira and published by Daedalic Entertainment on Steam. There is a very loose story that is given to you in...

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Review: Tropico 5

Tropico 5 is the latest instalment in Kalypso Media's successful series of strategy games that has a slight twist. The twist in this series is that you play the part of a dictator,...

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Review: Nether

Nether is a first person survival horror game that is currently still in Beta mode on Steam. Initially released as an early access game last October the developers, Phosphor Games Studio, have been...

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Review: War of the Vikings

War of the Vikings is an action game released last week for the PC. It has been developed by Swedish studio FatShark who also released the War of the Roses two years...

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Review: Line of Defense Tactics – Tactical Advantage

Some games are a bugger to put a label on. Line of Defense Tactics is, in the shortest terms, a squad-based real time strategy game based on an upcoming MMO (called Line...

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Review: Broken Age Act 1

Just when you think we've had enough point and click games, Tim Schafer - the guy (pardon the pun) behind the original Monkey Island games - gets to work on a whole new...

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Review: Ring Runner: Flight of the Sages

Top-down twin-stick shooters aren't really something you see too much of nowadays, and when you do, you certainly don't expect to get an enormous sci-fi RPG with 30 hours of story...

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Preview: Kerbal Space Program

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There aren't many people who haven't heard of Kerbal Space Program. A space simulator sounds like it has potential to be long winded, arduous and boring, but KSP is none of those...

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Review: Race the Sun

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Some games just don't need to have intricate multi-layered depth, or a big story, or a big shooty multiplayer element. Some games are happy being simple, easy to control and addictive without...

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Review: X Rebirth

In the build up to X:Rebirth's release a few trailers were sent out by the developer showing amazing looking dog fights in space, jumping to light speed and setting up a range...

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Review: Gomo

Being British, there aren’t many more emotional stories than a man and his dog, and that’s the exact storyline used for Daedalic Entertainment’s latest point-and-click adventure, Gomo. Developed by Fishcow Studio, and...

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Review: Speedrunners (Steam Early Access)

Have you ever wondered what Mario Kart would look like in 2D... if you took away Mario... and all of the karts? No, me neither, but that hasn't stopped DoubleDutch Games from...

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Review: Memoria

It's been a fair while since I played a proper, traditional point and click adventure game. Sure I enjoyed my way through The Walking Dead, but with that being console oriented it...

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Review: Splatter – Just Harder Times

There's a lot to be said for mindless fun. Running round with big guns, shooting zombies and causing chaos is one of those brilliant ways to spend a couple of hours when...

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Review: Rise of the Triad

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Nearly 20 years ago a game was released as shareware (remember that?) called Rise of the Triad. Intended as a sequel to the original Wolfenstein 3D, it was a fast, totally over...

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