PC Gaming Reviews
The roguelike genre, from its humble beginnings with its namesake, has expanded and evolved to include nearly every other style of game.
The gaming nostalgia cycle is a funny old thing. First, the genre becomes popular.
Point-and-click adventures are about as old as mainstream gaming itself.
I stand in front of a hulking behemoth of a boss and wait for it to swing. At the very last moment I roll behind its back and use my heavy attack.
The first game I previewed at E3 2019 was the Destroy All Humans! remake.
The developers of Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break refer to it as a tower defense game, but this is ultimately a game that transcends genr
Most horror games put players in the shoes of weak protagonists who cower and flee from the monstrous beasts that haunt them.
There's something comforting about loading up a licensed game of a franchise you enjoy.
I missed out on the NES era of gaming, and just barely made it in time to experience SNES platformers.
The world of hero shooters is unquestionably very competitive, and not just in terms of gameplay. So many elements have to mesh together perfectly
We judge media based on perspective.
Death Stranding was built with the intention of defying what we understand video games to be.
Since its inception, gaming has looked to other media for inspiration.
When it comes to racing games, it's not too hard to find something that fits in any specific niche, whether it is an accessible casual arcade racer
Inti Creates really needs more credit for what they do.
It's not often that a game makes enough of an impact to reinvent its genre.
Above the blood-red horizon the silhouette of the evil dragon Tarok looms, making his way toward Rietburg Cast
The Borderlands 3 adventures continue in the game's latest DLC, Bounty of Blood.
The 80s were a special time.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater holds a special place in the hearts of many nostalgic gamers.
Court of the Dead Dark Harvest is a bidding game where players compete for power and ultimately win by saving as many souls as possible.
When I was in high school, my parents got me a book of lateral thinking puzzles for Christmas.
It's been just under two years since the release of Red Dead Redemption 2.
King of Tokyo is one of our favorite tabletop games here on TechRaptor.
Waking is the Dark Souls of meditation games.
There's a great level of satisfaction in sinking your teeth into a gargantuan game.
The Persona franchise hasn't been popular for long in the West.
Strategy games like Desperados 3 are a strange beast.
When the tabletop game Blood Rage first hit board game shelves in 2015 it
When David Attenborough's Blue Planet II dropped anchor in 2017, it made a huge splash.