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PC Reviews


Expeditions: Conquistador Review

My first attempt at exploring Expedition: Conquistador’s 16th Century shores ended in absolute disaster.

3 Jun 2013 | 3

Stinky Board Review

We were born with eight fingers and two thumbs, but imagine if we had an extra hand.

1 Jun 2013 | Comments Off

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing Review

The action-RPG is having a rather bountiful season at the moment.

30 May 2013 | 4

Grid 2 Review

Let’s start with a quiz: are you a car nut, dear reader?

28 May 2013 | 2

Sanctum 2 Review

Apologies for how late this review is. In my defence, there are three reasons for this: first, I wanted to play this thoroughly, which meant going through most of it both solo and with a co-op partner… who was all-too-regularly absent.

27 May 2013 | 1

Metro: Last Light Review

Hey, you. Yes, I’m talking directly to you, person who doesn’t read reviews but just looks at the score at the bottom, and I’m addressing you up here because there’s a chance you might actually see it before you scroll all the way down the page.

21 May 2013 | 2

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger Review

Outside of cut-scenes, nobody ever rides a horse in Call of Juarez: Gunslinger.

20 May 2013 | 6

Defiance Review

TRION and the Syfy channel had a vision. Imagine a TV show that would run in tandem with a game, where each would influence the other in terms of content and story.

18 May 2013 | 1

Anomaly 2 Review

It’s an interesting week for fans of slightly unusual tower defence games because we’ve got two slightly unusual tower defence sequels.

15 May 2013 | Comments Off

StarDrive Review

Imagine trying to make a 4x strategy game like StarDrive on your own.

14 May 2013 | 4

Strike Suit Infinity Review

I quite enjoyed Strike Suit Zero. It had a few problems, but does the job in a genre that is crying out for more games.

10 May 2013 | Comments Off

Zeno Clash II Review

When I played the first Zeno Clash, the world of Zenozoik felt like something out of a long lost 1980s fantasy film; unique, exciting and strange.

7 May 2013 | Comments Off

Star Trek Review

On Friday night, around the time I got my hands on Star Trek, I wound up cracking a tooth.

3 May 2013 | 1

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Review

In order to understand Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon you need to know that its creators went out of their way to license a song from the film Miami Connection, a production self-described as follows:
The year is 1987.

30 Apr 2013 | 8

Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine Review

So a few weeks ago I finally got my hands on a new computer (yes, this does mean I’ll stop making jokes about my computer being powered by coal), and so naturally I’ve tried out all sorts of processor-scrambling stuff to put it through its paces.

24 Apr 2013 | 1

Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall DLC Review

If Knife of Dunwall illustrates one thing, it’s that Dishonored‘s base mechanics work really, really well.

18 Apr 2013 | 1

Lords of Football Review

My star striker is a fat alcoholic, I’ve got a kleptomaniac defensive midfielder called ‘The Mummy’ and in my last match I was denied a winning goal by a ‘keeper called ‘The Flying Viking.’ Welcome to Lords of Football, where sporting matters are somewhat less serious than Football Manager.

16 Apr 2013 | 4

ShootMania Storm Review

Providing a definitive review of Nadeo’s ShootMania Storm is tricky for a couple of reasons.

11 Apr 2013 | Comments Off

BioShock Infinite Review

BioShock Infinite is one of those ‘event’ games, where the pedigree of the developers, the ceaseless hype and the relative thematic boldness of its narrative can spin the unwary games writer into a critical daze and a few too many visits to the superlative drawer.

2 Apr 2013 | 1

Resident Evil 6 Review

I rather like Resident Evil 6. This has confused me and weirded me out more than you might expect.

29 Mar 2013 | 7