PC Reviews

ATOM RPG: Trudograd Review: A Modern Take On cRPGs

Two years after the events of the Fallout-inspired ATOM RPG, you are sent on a new secret mission to the decaying metropolis of Trudograd. Here you will have to track and recover a pre-war weapon capable to deal with a new impending threat to what's ...

7.5 Good

BloodRayne Betrayal: Fresh Bites Review: Fangs For Nothing (PC)

Revived and reanimated, BloodRayne Betrayal: Fresh Bites returns for the modern generation with bloody bliss! Developer WayForward is tasked with reworking their 2011 hack n' slash title to greater effect. Whether or not it succeeds may depend solely...

5.5 Average
The Artful Escape Review The Rise and Fall of Francis Vendetti (PC) Cover

The Artful Escape Review: The Rise and Fall of Francis Vendetti (PC)

Are you ready to shred on your guitar and discover how groovy the universe really is? In The Artful Escape, you will become Francis Vendetti, a young musical prodigy trying to find his place in this world. After spending most of his life in the shado...

8.5 Great

Twelve Minutes Review: A Domestic Whodunit (PC)

A Groundhog Day-inspired time-loop murder mystery situated entirely in a humble, three-room New York City apartment, featuring a regular couple and a menacing detective that comes knocking. Do you have what it takes to push through the monotony and l...

7 Good
The Sims 4 Spa Day Game Pack Refresh Review Time to Hit the Spa... Again! (PC) Cover

The Sims 4 Spa Day Game Pack Refresh Review: Time to Hit the Spa… Again! (PC)

For the first time ever, a DLC pack for The Sims 4 is updated with new content and gameplay. Spa Day now comes with new aspirations, new ways to pamper your Sims, and the ability for your Sims to profit from their Wellness Skill and tutor others. Let...

7.5 Good
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OPUS: Echo of Starsong Review: A Space Opera for the Soul

Strap in to the Red Chamber and get ready for an emotional adventure across lightyears and standard years. OPUS: Echo of Starsong features intergalactic misfits in their quest for mysterious starsongs. Danger and drama abound in this narrative puzzle...

9.5 Amazing

Webbed Review: You Will Believe a Spider Can Fly

Arachnophobia is one of the most common fears of humankind. With Webbed, that fear quickly spins into magnificent explorative freedom and quirky, physics-based platforming and puzzle-solving. Help your spider friend rescue her boyfriend from the talo...

7 Good

El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron Review: In All Its Glory

Embody the wrath of Heaven and bind the fallen angels as you experience cult classic El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron for the first time on PC! Help Enoch on his quest to save humanity and bask in some glorious visuals - even by today's standard...

8 Great

Zool Redimensioned Review: A Radical Reimagining!

Leaping onto PC is Zool Redimensioned, a re-imagining of the classic Amiga platformer of the early 90’s. Join Zool as he uses his ninja skills to hunt down the evil Krool across the title’s seven imaginative worlds. But is the game any good? Read the...

8 Great
Tinytopia Review: Fragile Metropolis

Tinytopia Review: Fragile Metropolis

For those burnt out on realistic city-simulators, Tinytopia has something different to offer. A strange cross between a merge match game and a scaled-down SimCity that puts you in absurd levels and situations. If you can stack a trailer tall enough t...

7 Good
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The Vale: Shadow of the Crown Review: An Immersive Audio Adventure (PC)

Lend the Kingdom of Glades your ears in the action-packed audio-based role-playing game, The Vale: Shadow of the Crown. You play as Alex, a blind princess and a skilled combatant, who aims to save her beloved lands from an unexpected evil. There are ...

7.7 Good
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Paint The Town Red Review: Bloody Fun (PC)

Smashing onto PC is Paint The Town Red a first person action game where you battle through waves of enemies across three game modes and multiplayer and causing buckets of blood and gore to fly around thanks to the game’s innovative voxel based gore s...

6.5 Fair
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Death’s Door Review: Embracing The Unknown (PC)

Soul-reaping doesn't seem to be a tedious job, but Death's Door shines a light upon the fictitious scenario in which the afterlife is bureaucratized. In a world where death came to a halt, an unlikely eulogy holds little to no meaning. Living forever...

10 Perfect

Intravenous Review: Splinter Cell Miami

Intravenous is what would happen if Splinter Cell and Hotline Miami had a lovechild; you’ve got your brutal difficulty and tactile feel combined with a hardcore focus on stealth-orientated gameplay. All of this within a classic and surprisingly compa...

6.5 Fair
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Ambition: A Minuet in Power Review: Romance, Revenge, Revolution

You may be arriving in 18th century Paris as a nobody, but soon this city will be yours for the taking. Ambition: A Minuet in Power puts you in the shoes of a woman determined to have her enemies under a well-manicured thumb and let her name ring gla...

7.5 Good
Road 96 Review Journey of a Thousand Choices

Road 96 Review: The Long and Winding Road Trip (PC)

Road 96 is a procedural narrative adventure that stretches across different protagonists and several miles. Travel through Petria’s corrupted landscape and make decisions that will determine your freedom and survival, and the fate of your country. Ro...

8.3 Great
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No Longer Home Review: This Must Be the Place

Witness (or relive) the final moments of moving out of a student flat and into the throes of adulthood in No Longer Home. Pick through boxes, pallets, plus last conversations and goodbyes in this relaxing and relatable visual novel. It’s a bit weird ...

7.5 Good
Fire Tonight Review: Quick, Cozy, Combustable (PC)

Fire Tonight Review: Quick, Cozy, Combustable (PC)

A puzzle platformer mixed with point-and-click elements, Fire Tonight evokes the feelings of young love in a pre-Internet age. As Maya and Devin search for each other in the light of a world on fire, players get an insight into their life together, a...

8 Great
Toodee and Topdee Review: A Little Perspective Works Wonders

Toodee and Topdee Review: A Little Perspective Works Wonders

2D, or top-down? This perplexing puzzler asks: why not both? Save the universe from chaos and collapse with the help of Toodee and Topdee, switching between their perspectives to solve puzzles, take out powerful bosses, and find the missing Semicolon...

8.5 Great
The Ramp Review: Small-Scale Shred

The Ramp Review: Small-Scale Shred

The Ramp is a minimalistic, bite-sized skateboarding title from Hyperparadise. With stripped-down controls and nothing to unlock, it captures the core essence of skating. Dropping into the game is as easy and satisfying as dropping into a real half-p...

10 Perfect
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Super Sami Roll Review: Having a Ball!

When his friend is kidnapped by the evil Albert VII, Sami must embark on a quest to save her in Super Sami Roll. Roll, bounce, jump, and tongue your way through the game’s four worlds as you try to save the day! But is the game any good? Find out in ...

7.5 Good

The Sims 4 Cottage Living Review: Embrace Pure Country Living (PC)

One of The Sims' most asked-for DLC has arrived for The Sims 4, and it does not disappoint. Cottage Living allows you to raise and care for chickens, cows, and llamas, as well as befriend wild animals. The new neighbourhood helps immerse you in full ...

8.5 Great
Boomerang X Review: A Robust & X-hilarating Superhero Trance (PC) cover

Boomerang X Review: A Robust & X-hilarating Superhero Trance (PC)

Wondering what if, instead of a boomerang returning to the thrower, the user returns to the weapon? That's the question Boomerang X answers. Sprinkling some very useful abilities into the mix, developers DANG! created one of the best superhero experi...

9 Amazing

Raptor Boyfriend: A High School Romance Review: Nostalgic Veloci-Rapture

If you can't find love, it might be because you're looking in the wrong era. Raptor Boyfriend: A High School Romance supplies a relatable coming of age romp that mixes realistic anxieties with a fantasy twist. Whether a raptor, fae, or bigfoot, you h...

7 Good
Mini Motorways Review: Control the Open Road (PC)

Mini Motorways Review: Control the Open Road (PC)

There's no shortage of simulation titles on the market, but Mini Motorways truly shines in both visual aesthetics and skill ramp. But does this mobile port succeed in the move to PC, or is this a wrong turn that took the entire thing off course? Whe...

9 Amazing
Out of Line Review: A Beautiful Puzzler with Storybook Charm (PC)

Out of Line Review: A Beautiful Puzzler with Storybook Charm (PC)

In puzzle-platformer Out of Line, young San is on the run from corrupted abominations, with nothing but a golden spear to his name. Will you be able to help him escape and meet some other friendly faces along the way, or will the blight claim him too...

7.7 Good
Roguebook Review (PC): Slay the Book

Roguebook Review: Slay the Book

Set in a fantasy word, Roguebook is one of the latest entries in the roguelike deckbuilders panorama. Developed alongside Richard Garfield, the Magic: The Gathering creator, Roguebook borrows heavily from the genre's staples, but also introducing fre...

7.5 Good
Eiyu*Senki Gold - A New Conquest Review: Conquering with Waifus Cover

Eiyu*Senki Gold – A New Conquest Review: Conquering With Waifus

The latest entry in the tactical RPG series Eiyu*Senki, Eiyu*Senki Gold - A New Conquest has been finally translated and released for a western audience. Featuring new characters and gameplay improvements, Gold is an SRPG capable of providing hours u...

9 Amazing
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Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance Review: An Undercooked Cauldron of Lore (PC)

Collect lost tomes of history, upgrade gear and skills, and slay the foulest creatures in the land. While Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance has a range of detailed environments to explore, and some beautifully crafted lore within, somewhere along the...

5 Average
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