Tag "Pc"

The Council Episode 2 ‘Hide and Seek’ review

After two months of waiting, the second episode of The Council finally arrives. “Hide and Seek” picks up where the first episode left off, and it introduces a few new

Becoming the Monster Vampyr trailer

Out from the shadows comes a gameplay trailer for the upcoming action-RPG Vampyr. Since its last story trailer a month ago, the new Vampyr trailer showcases some of the combat

Shenmue I and II coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC with Japanese audio

Sega has announced during Sega Fest in Japan that Shenmue I and II are being re-released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2018. If you were thinking about

Kingdom Come: Deliverance brings 15th century Europe to life (PC review)

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is one of those games that comes out of nowhere and absolutely surprises the crap out of you. I knew of this game during its infancy and development,

The Council episode 1 review: Historical fiction at its best

Episodic storytelling doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. After massive hits such as Life Is Strange and nearly every game that Telltale has created, the genre seems in a better

Hunt: Showdown’s Steam early access coming soon

The mosquitos buzz around your face as your body is partially submerged in the murky swamps of deep Louisiana. The rain has been falling steadily this evening, but you’re still

Mass Effect: Andromeda now available in Origin Access

Mass Effect: Andromeda ended up as one of the more criticized games in the long-respected RPG series from BioWare and EA. Despite the negativity, many others brushed off the low

SteamWorld Dig 2 PC and Switch review: The definition of a sequel

I loved the absolute hell out of the first SteamWorld Dig on Nintendo 3DS. The hours I played just flew by as I dug for precious minerals and upgraded my character Rusty

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus preview – Badass Blazkowicz

B.J. Blazkowicz is back, and he’s going to be doing one thing and one thing only: killin’ Nazis. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is technically not the second entry in the long-running

Outlast 2 review – Catch me if you can!

Horror is a tricky genre to tackle, especially in video games. Either the game is based solely around jump-scares like Five Nights at Freddy’s, or it provides an uneasy atmosphere

SEGA announces Vanquish PC port to release May 25

Hot on the heels of a highly successful Bayonetta PC port, SEGA and Platinum Games have yet again fulfilled the wishes of their fans with a highly requested PC port of Vanquish.

Rainway App will allow you to stream PC games to Switch, Xbox, and more

Have you ever wanted to run your PC games on more than just your computer monitor, but didn’t have the means to do it? Well now you can, with the

Are you ready for Little Nightmares?

The horror video game genre has been around for quite some time now and has made monumental strides throughout the decades. I’ve played a lot of these horror games on different platforms,

Hunter’s Legacy (PS4, PC review)

Metroidvania is a genre that most independent game developers take hold of, and who can blame them? Most of the time, they don’t require many resources and if pulled off

GameSir G3s Bluetooth Wireless Controller review

A gaming controller has gone through so many changes, with features being added like vibrations and turbo buttons. Some gamers prefer their console controller over a PC controller, and finding

Talent Not Included review – A platformer for the (m)ages

There was a time not too long ago when we thought 2-D platformers were a dying breed. Thankfully, the indie scene would soon disagree. Talent Not Included by Frima Studios is one

LEGO City: Undercover coming to all platforms and Switch in Spring 2017

LEGO video games have always been fun for all ages, but if there’s any game to get excited about, it’s this one. WB Games Tweeted this morning that their current

Clustertruck PC review – A truckload of chaos!

Every year, a game seems to pop up in my line of sight that I had no particular interest in, but wound up enjoying. Last year it was Runbow, this

Battlefield 1 multiplayer hands-on preview

Shooter fans lately had been clamoring for a return to the World War II genre, and then DICE came out and said “We’ll give you what you want… kind of.”

Dishonored 2 hands-on impressions – Navigating a (literally) shifty mansion

Dishonored 2, Arkane Studios’ sequel to its unique stealth-action game, is aiming to take the ideas presented from the first title and amplify them by 10. The night before I got a