Tag Archives: pc

A Case of Distrust Review

A Case of Distrust is your typical detective game where the goal is to solve mysteries by gathering as much information and evidence as possible. It plays as a point-and-click type of game set in the early 1900s. An important side note; this is a...


God Eater 2: Rage Burst Review

God Eater 2: Rage Burst is a monster hunter-style action RPG that surprisingly has enough variety and tasks to keep you occupied for hours. This was my first time experiencing the franchise’s game and I am glad considering how satisfied I was with the gameplay....


4 Free-To-Play PC Games You Should Be Trying

Out of things to play? Want something free to hold you over until the next big title? Well then try out one of the four free-to-play options below! 1. Brawlhalla Brawlhalla is a 2D platform fighter much like super smash bros, but different in...


SUPERHOT Review

Before SUPERHOT, there was the SUPERHOT demo, created at a gamejam in 2013. I never played the prototype, but I read a lot about it. It was a first person shooter game where you did more than shoot. The end goal might be the...


Duck Game is Retro Duck Madness

If you watch a lot of Adult Swim, you’ve probably seen the commercials for Duck Game by now. It’s a game featuring ducks that pits you against one another to see who can reign victorious as the champion, and it’s got a lot of...



Windward Review

Earlier this year I started watching Black Sails, a show on Starz that tells the story of a young John Silver as he sails the seas with Captain Flint eventually leading up to the events in Treasure Island. The series has run for two seasons...


Steam Machines Are Now Available for Pre-Order

You might have heard a while back that Steam was trying to make PC gaming more accessible to the average gamer by offering up smaller and more affordable hardware. They also announced their plans to produce a controller designed specifically with PC gaming in...


Invisible, Inc. Review

There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding Invisible, Inc. since the game hit Early Access in January of last year. A year and a half later, the game is now available for purchase on Steam as a full release. But is it worth picking...


Chroma Squad Review

When I was younger, I loved Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. I watched it every week, collected all the toys, and watched the movie. I loved it so much that even kept watching after Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, all the way up to Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescure in 2000....


Killing Floor 2 Early Access Review

A few years back there was a game by the name of Killing Floor that was released on Steam. It was developed by Tripwire Interactive and saw a great deal of success, with good reason. Killing Floor provided gory, unadulterated mutant slaying mayhem for up...



Atom Universe Fully Funded, Adds Stretch Goal

It’s been a rough week for PlayStation Home users after having to say goodbye to the service that they’ve known and loved for over six years. A lot of people have been asking the question as to where they’ll go next, and for a...


Three Fourths Home – Extended Edition Review

Just over a month ago, to this day, after long deliberation and numerous doubts, I packed up my things and moved nearly a thousand miles away. With that large a chunk of land between me and my family and friends, I constantly find my...


The Deer God Review

The Deer God has been in Early Access on Steam for a couple months now, so there’s a good chance you might have heard of it — but if you haven’t, it’s an indie game developed by Crescent Moon and Cinopt Studios that has...