Category: PC Review

Gone Home Review

Gone Home goes against the mainstream view of what a video game is. There are no enemies, no large open world, and no violence. In their place is an empty house. A house that should be full of life. A house that was supposed to be a fresh start for the Greenbriar family of four. […]

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Lego Marvel’s Avengers (SORT OF) Review

Chores, man. They are terrible. I don’t like them; I assume you don’t like them, either. Having to trudge through a task that you care little about isn’t fun for anyone. But we do them. As a child, I would do chores for cash to buy things; especially legos. I was given a sense of […]

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The Deadly Tower of Monsters Review

People say video games are so realistic these days with their cinematic camera angles, quality voice acting, and engrossing ambient soundtracks that the line between cinema and games has been blurring since arguably last generation. Examples that come to mind are Rise of the Tomb Raider, The Last of Us, Uncharted 3, and Until Dawn. […]

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SOMA – A Review of Frictional’s Latest Hit

The latest horror title by Frictional Games, SOMA released late September of this year with a bang. Since the original Amnesia: The Dark Descent, horror enthusiasts have been eagerly awaiting what terrors lurk under the sea. Forcing players to grapple with morality, defining humanity and survival at all costs, SOMA is a newly imagined trip […]

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Just Cause 3 Review

I never played any games in the Just Cause series other than a demo for Just Cause 2 but when Square Enix and Avalanche Studios dropped the trailer for Just Cause 3 they immediately grabbed my attention. The world was bright and the destruction was beautiful and the amount of freedom you seemed to have […]

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Beyond Eyes Review

An enjoyable and visually stunning experience that places you the shoes of a little blind girl exploring the world one step at a time. Beyond Eyes, released August 4th of this year brings a new kind of adventure to consoles and steam-play systems. A game of exploration and experience, that relies less on sight and […]

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Life is Strange Episode 5 Polarized

Its all over. At the beginning of the year I caught wind of a new titled named Life is Strange and thought , \’I\’ll give it a shot.\’ and while it may not be perfect , it\’s story and characters have stuck with me over the past ten months. I found my ending satisfying and […]

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I am Bread

I am Bread has so much potential. The idea is quirky and the game is filled with fun moments. Unfortunately there are things holding it back from being the game I wanted it to be. You start each level as a slice of bread who longs to become toast. The first level has you trekking […]

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