Archive for posts tagged: PC

Wildstar Review

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Before we get started, let me lay out how this went down. MMO’s, by design, are beats. They are the bloated mega sharks of the gaming world – content rich time sinks that take, literally, months to explore (and many months more to master) With that in mind, there was really no hope of smashing out a succinct review in a timely fashion, it’s damn near impossible for a game of this size. Read More »

Our Picks From E3 2014: Civilization: Beyond Earth

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It’s du jour to shit on this year’s E3 about how threadbare the upcoming AAA window will be, but the reality is that there’s actually quite a lot on offer. Evolve, Civilization: Beyond Earth, Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Far Cry 4, Project CARS, the Elite: Dangerous beta, World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor, Dreamfall Chapters: The… Read more » Read More »

Murdered: Soul Suspect Review

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Whodunnits. Commonly associated with TV crime shows, discovering who passed wind, and now, with Murdered: Soul Suspect, is the premise for a video game. There’s good reason for that, too. Whodunnits rely on tightly scripted narratives with carefully placed twists, and barring the talent present at Telltale Games, there’s few developers able to make a game focused almost entirely on story Read More »

Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2015 Preview

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It’s easy to forget how lucky we are sometimes. When I was younger, a school friend and I were fortunate to come across an old magazine demo disc. They’re often filled with a lot of trash, but you get the occasional gem. But for us, one program was more than that. It was as satisfying and as enjoyable as a full game itself, the demo for Microprose’s digital take on Magic: The Gathering. Read More »

Child Of Light Review

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Ubisoft continues to make a major push into the current generation with it’s first big indie release Child of Light – an RPG that combines the simplicity and charm of a child’s storybook with the elements of a puzzle platformer to create a beautiful stylized world. While Child of Light simplifies many elements of the genre and finishes just as fast as its starts, the interactive battle system and incredible artwork will keep you engaged from beginning to end. Read More »

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