PC Reviews

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
Backbone Review A Gorgeous Mystery PC Cover

Backbone Review: A Gorgeous Mystery (PC)

Can you solve the cities darkest secret? Backbone is a tense post-noir adventure game that takes place in a dystopian Vancouver, BC. Follow local raccoon and private investigator Howard Lotor as he stumbles into a world full of deceit, murder, and de...

7.3 Good
Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective Review- Bringing Puzzles From Page to Screen Cover

Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective Review: Bringing Puzzles From Page to Screen

Labyrinth City: Pierre the Maze Detective is the first game based on the hit series of children's books. So how well does the book translate to the interactive world? It's childlike at its core, but has plenty of charm for all ages. Labyrinth City: P...

8 Great
Dying Light Platinum Edition Review: Barely Sticking the Landing (PC)

Dying Light Platinum Edition Review: Barely Sticking the Landing (PC)

Dying Light Platinum Edition is a pricey bundle with all of the game's DLC. For this much money on a six-year-old game, it begs the question if its worth it. Does Techland's ultimate package manage to crawl out of the grave and walk amongst the livin...

6 Fair
Spellcaster University Review Hogwarts for Fish cover

Spellcaster University Review: Hogwarts for Fish

Hailed by players as a Hogwarts simulator, Spellcaster University mixes elements from different genres to create a truly unique gaming experience. Can you build a school to train the best mages of our time and finally defeat the Lord of Evil? Develop...

6.5 Fair
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Wildermyth Review: DnD for the Lockdown Age

In Wildermyth, you lead your (sometimes) merry band of adventurers through the usual caves, canyons, and forests. But also, through love, loss and slowly turning into crows. In the world of Wildermyth, it's best to expect the unexpected. From a two-...

9 Amazing

Hell Architect: Prologue Review: A Non-Demo Demo

Sharpen your pitchforks and dust off your CV, there is a new opening in Hell. Hell Architect: Prologue brings a little taste of what the full game, scheduled to be released sometime this year, is all about. Will this tease manage to build up an early...

5 Average
The Longest Road on Earth Review PC

The Longest Road on Earth Review: Anthropomorphic Anthems (PC)

The mundane is everywhere, the monotonous is constant and the grind is relentless. Modern life is a complex and ever-changing blur. The Longest Road on Earth is here to tell us that it’s the little things that truly matter in life. From developers Br...

7 Good
Alphadia Genesis 2 Review: Magic Panic (PC)

Alphadia Genesis 2 Review: Magic Panic (PC)

A departure from the publisher's more recent mobile RPG ports, Alphadia Genesis 2 sports 3D graphics, and a more reserved combat system. What remains is a throwback to the late '90s and a distinct feeling of emptiness that never really goes away. Typ...

5 Average
Erica Review: A Mystery With Many Layers (PC) cover.

Erica Review: A Mystery With Many Layers (PC)

After spending some time as a PS4 exclusive, Erica has made its way onto PC. As an interactive movie game it excels in combining good cinematography with the interactivity of video games to present a captivating thriller whose ending you can decide. ...

8 Great

Not Another Weekend Review: Service With an Evil Laugh

Does Not Another Weekend recreate the glory days of the early 1990’s Point-and-Click Adventures? And if so, does it improve upon them, or will it be mired in the genre’s more irritating quirks? Is it as funny as its trailer suggests it is? Is there a...

7 Good
The Magnificent Trufflepigs Review - Seek and Ye Shall Find PC cover

The Magnificent Trufflepigs Review: Seek and Ye Shall Find (PC)

Rediscover your inner treasure hunter in The Magnificent Trufflepigs. Equip your trusty metal detector and weave through the fields of Stanning Farm in hopes of finding something of value and turn things around. What will you find? When life seems to...

6.8 Fair
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How We Know We’re Alive Review: A Life Well Lived

On the first anniversary of her childhood friend’s death, Sara returns to her hometown to investigate what really happened. Was it an accident or was there foul play at work? And is the game itself any good? Find out in this How We Know We’re Alive r...

8 Great
Of Bird and Cage Review: Meagre Metal Misfire (PC)

Of Bird and Cage Review: Meagre Metal Misfire (PC)

Of Bird and Cage is a narrative-driven game mixing first-person shooter, environmental puzzle, walking-simulator, driving, platformer, and boxing mechanics - all hammered into the shape of a roughly two-hour-long metal album. A valiant effort by a fl...

2 Awful
The World After Review: A Product of Pandemic Culture

The World After Review: A Product of Pandemic Culture

The World After looks at the pandemic lifestyle through the lens of a point-and-click game. With science fiction elements and an FMV style, the game works hard to set its self apart. But will the impact of this game last, or will it end along with th...

6 Fair
An Airport for Aliens Currently Run by Dogs Review A Poignant Pupper Pilgrimage review cover

An Airport for Aliens Currently Run by Dogs Review: A Pupper Pilgrimage (PC)

In this surreal apocalyptic adventure across space, the airport is your destination. Travel through different transit areas to meet your lover at the ends of the universe - all while meeting, petting, and questing for the dearest dogs in the galaxy a...

8 Great
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Strangeland Review: The Abyss Gazes Also Into You

Pulsating horrors and puzzling wordplay abound in the place you know as Strangeland. Explore a decaying world filled with bizarre residents and solve supernatural puzzles in this point-and-click adventure. Will you find your way out of this otherworl...

8.8 Great

Lost Ruins Review: Castle-Anime-Souls and More!

For those players who want a brutally difficult, violent action game with all the "kawaii" flavor of anime aesthetics. Lost Ruins places you in a mysterious realm, where a young girl with no memory suddenly appears. With no other option than violence...

6.5 Fair

Retro Machina Review: Captivating Monotony (PC)

As the sole unit of robots capable of independent thought, you must uncover the fate of the human race's disappearance. Retro Machina embodies similar sci-fi narratives that others have tread in the past. With a mix of isometric goodness and strong v...

6 Fair
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The Invisible Hand Review: The Greed of the Grind

Could you be the next big Wall Street superstar? The Invisible Hand lets you take a look into the world of high-flying financial analysts, and what it takes to stay in that position. Through all of the lobbying and luxury, will you win big or lose bi...

7.5 Good
Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion Review: Turn up the Truth (PC) Cover

Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion Review: Turn up the Truth (PC)

Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion is the debut title from Snoozy Kazoo and focuses on an adorable yet mischievous little veggie who refuses to follow the rules. After avoiding his taxes, he must now work for Mayor Onion to pay off his debts but discover...

7.3 Good

MAMIYA Review: Emotional Emancipation

Not everyone gets a happy ending. What if you could change that? MAMIYA is a viciously dark visual novel that radiates the anxiously despairing situations of four young men. Originally a doujin, the story has since been developed into a fully fledged...

7.5 Good
Chroma Quaternion Review: Well-Seasoned Offering

Chroma Quaternion Review: Well-Seasoned Offering (PC)

The folks at KEMCO continue to move the needle closer and closer to RPG perfection with Chroma Quaternion, a title that's fun, entertaining, and hard to pronounce. Fans of classic RPGs that have a hard time going back to the limits of the '90s will o...

8 Great
Silicon Dreams Review: The Great Robot Roast cover

Silicon Dreams Review: The Great Robot Roast

Silicon Dreams lets you play as an android tasked to investigate deviants among a society that has become dependent on robots. Will you succeed in extracting information and confessions from your subjects – or will your artificial emotions get the be...

8.5 Great
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