PC Reviews


Dynasty Warriors 8 Xtreme Legends Complete Edition PC Review

The Dynasty Warriors series makes me feel as if I’m back at school, having to defend a slightly uncool band.

By Peter Parrish | 30 May 2014 | 1

The Wolf Among Us Episode 4: In Sheep’s Clothing Review

Hello, and welcome back to another special episode of “what the fuck can I say about something this short without spoiling either it or the episodes that came before”!

By Tim McDonald | 29 May 2014 | Comments Off

War, The Game Review

Strategy games have come a long way in the past 20 years, and sometimes I feel they can be over-complicated for the sake of trying to do something different.

By Paul Younger | 28 May 2014 | 2

Watch Dogs Review

I’ll say this for Watch_Dogs (which I’m going to call Watch Dogs for this rest of this review, because stylised names can go away): it came at an appropriate time for me.

By Tim McDonald | 27 May 2014 | 14

Wolfenstein: The New Order Review

It turns out that Wolfenstein: The New Order wasn’t quite what I expected.

By Tim McDonald | 23 May 2014 | 13

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing 2 Review

Prior to the release of the original Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing, I was concerned whether NeoCore could break into the well-heeled world of aRPGs.

By Peter Parrish | 22 May 2014 | 11

Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure Review

Sorry, everyone, but this is going to be one of those weird reviews where I spend most of my time complaining, before explaining why those complaints might not matter and then vaguely recommending the game.

By Tim McDonald | 19 May 2014 | 3

DreadOut Review

Regular readers will know that Tim is our horror game guy, mainly because he’s not good with horror and it makes us laugh.

By Paul Younger | 16 May 2014 | 4

The Walking Dead Season 2: Episode 3 – In Harm’s Way Review

The halfway point in Telltale’s second study of humanity’s ethical fragility is where any kind of ‘buyer’s guide’ critique of the game becomes a bit pointless.

By Peter Parrish | 15 May 2014 | Comments Off

BattleBlock Theater PC Review

While they’re still just a trickle amidst the gushing tap of game releases, semi-reactive narrators have managed to top up a couple of titles in memorable fashion.

By Peter Parrish | 14 May 2014 | Comments Off

Bound by Flame Review

Bound By Flame offers everything we have come to expect from western RPGs – skill trees, customisable equipment, fast-paced combat – and beards.

By Andrew May | 9 May 2014 | 9

Child of Light Review

If there’s one concrete thing I can say about Child of Light, it’s this: be very, very glad the rest of the IncGamers staff talked me out of writing a review written in rhyme.

By Tim McDonald | 30 Apr 2014 | Comments Off

Daylight Review

I’m not really sure which horror film was the first to use ‘audience reaction shots’ in its marketing, but the technique was being deployed as early as this 1981 teaser for Cronenberg’s Scanners.

By Peter Parrish | 29 Apr 2014 | 2

Dark Souls 2 Review

The consensus on where Dark Souls 2 sits in the Souls lineage is not going to be established by this review.

By Peter Parrish | 24 Apr 2014 | 8

Trials Fusion Review

The quintessential Trials moment comes just after a mistimed jump which has left the angle of an obstacle wedged between your front and back tire.

By Peter Parrish | 23 Apr 2014 | Comments Off

Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse – Episode Two Review

Back when I looked at the first episode of Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse, I was reasonably impressed.

By Tim McDonald | 22 Apr 2014 | 3

War of the Vikings Review

Fatshark’s War of the Vikings has been in Steam’s Early Access system since at least October of last year (when IncGamers first previewed the game and dubbed it War of the Horny Hairy Blood Men.) That’s a good six months of testing, iterating and responding to the thoughts and play-testing of the community, many of whom made the jump from previous Fatshark title War of the Roses.

By Peter Parrish | 17 Apr 2014 | Comments Off

Moebius: Empire Rising Review

There’s something satisfyingly fitting about the fact that Jane Jensen’s first point-and-click adventure since the regularly delayed Gray Matter is Moebius, because in a lot of ways, it’s a call back to her own beginnings.

By Tim McDonald | 16 Apr 2014 | 2