Tag "Pc"

Review: Corsair K70 RGB Rapidfire gaming keyboard, speed kills (the competition)

While Corsair has been a mainstay of high-quality PC components for decades, it has only been the last few years we have seen the Corsair Gaming brand start making headway

Dark Souls III PC review

The Dark Souls series was left in a rocky formation the last time we saw it in 2014. Sure Dark Souls II was good and all, but it lacked the

GDC 2016: Meet the Razer Core and Razer BlackWidow X Chroma keyboard

Razer is a company that is known for some great quality products including the very well-received Razer Blade Notebook and a line of accessories for PC gamers. During GDC they held an

Footage of Street Fighter V’s Alex

Today will be Capcom’s first big update for Street Fighter V. Among some of the updates are three different tutorial modes (beginner, intermediate, and advanced), a trial mode, being able to

Rocket League cross-network play for Xbox One

Psyonix, the people behind Rocket League, announced that Xbox One will have a cross-network play with PC gamers of the same game. No word on when the update will happen

Report says Rise of the Tomb Raider sales are 3 times better on PC than Xbox

Microsoft was happy with Rise of the Tomb Raider selling over a million units for the Xbox One and Xbox 360, but are the numbers good enough to warrant Microsoft’s

Rise of the Tomb Raider (PC review)

The wait is finally over, at least for the PC users. Rise of the Tomb Raider has officially been released on PC as of January 28, 2016, after being exclusive

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen PC review

Long ago in the year of 2012, Capcom came out with Dragon’s Dogma, a medieval action-RPG exclusively for Xbox 360 and PS3. Now, almost four years later, PC gamers are able

PSX 2015: YIIK is the postmodern RPG we’ve been waiting for

I’ve been legitimately concerned these past few years about the lack of hipsters in modern RPGs, but not nearly as much as Ackk Studios who’ve decided to take it upon

Rockstar releases information on its GTA Online annual Festive Surprise

The past two years Rockstar Games have gifted GTA Online users with new clothes, weapons, and vehicles; and this year is no different. Today we learned that Rockstar has given

Iron Fish hands-on preview – 20,000 nightmares under the sea

The ocean is a fascinating place. Not just because it is full of the earth’s most interesting wildlife, but because 95% of it remains unexplored. Who can imagine what is below

Fallout 4 PC Review (Video)

Hype. Hype never changes. 7 years since Fallout 3, 5 since Fallout: New Vegas and now Fallout 4 is less than a day upon us. Cory Vincent and I are here with a video review of

Lumini review – Big flash, little substance

The most popular objective in games is getting from point A to B, but the means to get there is different. Sometimes it requires getting past waves of enemies, other

No PC version of Arkham Knight yet, but DLC was listed

So while it will probably be…forever…until the “fixed” PC version of Arkham Knight is released, WB is still eager to shovel out more DLC for people to buy. On the game’s

Funcom looks to scare you with The Park

Now usually when you think of an amusement park, you think of rides, shows, candy, and all around fun times. Well, the guys at Funcom want to alter that perception

Warhammer 40,000: Regicide review

Not too many games take the chance to mix game types, but Warhammer 40,000: Regicide dared to take that risk. Even though the mixture makes sense, it doesn’t necessarily make

Blues and Bullets Episode 1 Review – Flawed but ambitious

I had no idea what to expect going into Blues and Bullets, an interactive 5-episode story game by developer A Crowd of Monsters, known for Sugar Kid on iOS and Funk of Titans on Xbox One. All

Fairy Fencer F! Calling all Fencers (PC review)

Compile Heart and Idea Factory are no stranger to porting their successful JRPGs to PC for Steam users lately, and this time they have brought over Fairy Fencer F.  You play

Lego Jurassic World Review: There’s a New Alpha

The dinos are back boys and girls! The raptors, triceratops, and T-Rex’s are just the tip of the primordial Lego iceberg thanks to the power of our loveable building blocks;

E3 2015: Roll for initiative in “Sword Coast Legends”

Grab your 20 sided die, put it away and get ready to pour all your free time into Sword Coast Legends. The game includes a massive single player campaign to get