PC Gaming Reviews
Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion is certainly not bad and has some genuine charm but the incessant need to add jokes to everything leaves the experience feeling a little taxing.
As you look across cityscapes, do you ever wonder what each structure is thinking about? Wonder no more with this puzzling-management game, Buildings Have Feelings Too!
Memories Of East Coast is an aesthetically pleasing visual novel that draws you in with stunning hand-drawn art and lo-fi beats in the background. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have the same masterful execution when it comes to creative writing, but if all you want to know is how the story plays out, then game can be a non-demanding way to pass the time.
Emily is Away
Ashwalkers attempts to do something new with its blend of survival and storytelling, but it fails to be both compelling and a challenge for those who play it.
Deiland: Pocket Planet edition looks to the cosmos but gets pulled in by the inexorable pull of planets - leaving you to crash land after just a few hours. While the rebuild can be fun, the waiting often isn’t worth it
Cozy Grove is a life-sim game that takes a few pages from Animal Crossing while encouraging you to take some time to log off from the game. While the controls are finicky at best, it still provides for a comfortable experience.
Outriders is one of those rare games where it not only lives up to expectations, but completely surpasses them.
Say NO! More is game about saying "No" in order to climb the corporate ladder. Is it as empowering and satisfying as it sounds? Read and find out.
Scarlet Hood and the Wicked Wood is a fun and quirky retelling of storybook faves packaged nicely in an adventure game. There are multiple paths you can take to get to your goal, and supposedly multiple endings too—so if you can get past the odd mouse-slash-keyboard controls and the occasional rage-inducing puzzle, it’s a steal.
Evil Genius 2 does a good job of reviving the spy-themed dungeon management game, but it's twice as long as it needs to be and it's sorely lacking for precision controls and policy settings.
We take a look at Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins, a new found phone game from the team behind Simulacra.
This could be to Immortals what Spider-Man: Miles Morales is to Spider-Man — A fresh, tight, bite-sized piece of what makes the base game so likeable.
We take a look at PolyAmorous' narrative adventure game Paradise Lost. It's not a John Milton adaptation, but an alternate-history game about Nazis. Kinda.
Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 is a worthy successor to the original and something that both veterans and newcomers alike are sure to find entertainment with, even if it’s not as fresh as before.
Sanity of Morris wants to invoke paranoia and investigative skepticism, but instead elicits frustration and unintentional hilarity.
Mundaun feels like the labor of love sole developer Michel Ziegler describes it as. Its lack of polish contributes to a palpable atmosphere--one whose cultural touchstones are rarely seen in gaming. It's a worthwhile four to seven hour adventure.
We take a look at retro side-scrolling shooter Dogworld. It's a Cave Story-inspired tale of dogs, rogue artificial intelligences, and lots of bullets.
Neurodeck is a truly fascinating game. Playing against your own fears, it attempts to offer quite a lot. Does it pay off or does it fail to scare?
In Rays of the Light is a really good, if brief, atmospheric adventure that will provide players at least some moments of introspection.
The pulp, retro aesthetic and themes of The Outer Worlds is a prime setting for a good ol' murder mystery, and what do you know? The second and final DLC for Obsidian's RPG, Murder on Eridanos, provides just that. While the previous DLC, Peril on Gorgon, featured a heavier emphasis on combat, reading through notes and terminals, and listening to audio logs, Murder on Eridanos is a conversation-heavy, slower adventure that takes advantage of The Outer Worlds' stellar dialogue system.
We take a look at Soulslike Pascal's Wager, which is making the jump from mobile to PC. It has nothing to do with the 17th-century philosophical quandary.
Cyanide & Happiness: Freakpocalypse stays true to the zany antics and dark humor of the franchise, and packages it as a point-and-click adventure that makes absolutely no sense (but that’s actually okay). It may not appeal to players who have no clue about the franchise, but it’s bound to be an absolute delight for fans—or anyone who appreciates a twisted joke every now and then.
Blind Drive offers a huge step in accessibility for players both blind and sighted, but the arcadey gameplay gets tiring quickly.
The survival elements of Breathedge are pretty standard fare for the genre, but its hard to enjoy the experience due to dated humor and its insistence on abandoning its best elements halfway through.
Boasting classic mechanics that have aged like fine wine, the few additions and changes to the formula make Stronghold: Warlords a worthy entry into anyone's RTS library.
Loop Hero combines idle game's passiveness with the mechanical depth of a fantasy RPG. The result is a deeply absorbing and rewarding game.
PixelJunk Raiders pairs tough roguelite mechanics with the exploration of an alien planet. Is this Stadia exclusive worth playing? Here are our thoughts
Yupitergrad is a great addition to the roster of Oculus Quest games, despite its issues
Curse of The Dead Gods is an extremely addicting roguelike that features deeply rewarding and exciting combat mechanics.