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Check out our latest computer game reviews. PC games are traditionally intended for the core gaming community, seeing as contemporary systems that are the host to games we now qualify as 'casual' are usually settled in the living room, connected to a TV. An increasingly small majority of franchises turn out to be available on both computers (Windows, and too rarely OSX and Linux) and consoles. It comes down to our reviewers whether they prefer reviewing a game on the PC or on their console - knowing that in most if not all cases a game will look better on the PC, assuming your PC comes with a decent video card.
 
 
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The authentic Taiwanese ghost stories, an intriguing university campus to explore, and a fun – if B-grade cheesy – cast make The Bridge Curse 2 well worth your time.
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A PS1-style RPG that engenders a rare sense of discovery.
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The score I’m giving The Hungry Lamb: Traveling in the Late Ming Dynasty should highlight just how disappointed I am by the localization, because this could have very easily been one of the most powerful stories in video game history.
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Balancing brutality and comfort is tough for any game, let alone a Soulslike, but Another Crab’s Treasure proves capable of supporting both.
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Tales of Kenzera: Zau's loving exploration of grief and death is complimented by satisfying platforming, crunchy combat, and easygoing exploration.
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The reason to keep coming back to Hades isn't just the thrills you'll get battling through hell, but the characters and stories you learn about along the way.
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Step into post-apocalyptic Northern Finland in Rauniot, Act Normal Game’s debut point-and-click title. Let’s click away!
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Headquarters: World War 2 is a good, fast-moving and tactically interesting strategy game.
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Harold Halibut is quirky, stylish, heartfelt, and unapologetically true to itself.
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Australia-based indie developer Drop Bear Bytes’ debut title, Broken Roads, launches today on PC and consoles. Does this new cRPG have what it takes to stand toe-to-toe to its contemporaries?
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This slick and shrewd supernatural sniping game is packed with satisfying spatial problems to solve (and shoot), but it's not significantly satisfying after the first time around.
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Ereban: Shadow Legacy is Baby Robot Games’ debut title that merges classic stealth mechanics with a fast-paced ability to merge with shadows. Should you allow it to sneak into your PC gaming library?
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A laid-back game that doesn’t ask you to do too much, simply grow strange plants and decompress.
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A darker take on a fantasy gacha RPG with a detailed world but sluggish progression.
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This incredibly unique mix of FPS, RTS, and tower defense ideas is absurdly complicated but a whole lot of fun.
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I felt the same way finishing up a game of Millennia as I did finishing a game of Humankind: It made me want to play Civilization 5 again.
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Dull, toothless, and a big step in the wrong direction for South Park games.
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Akira Toriyama's post-apocalyptic sci-fi comedy gets a worthy adaptation.
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Dragon's Dogma 2 sets a high bar for action role-playing games and solidifies Capcom's reputation as a master of the genre.
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The new instalment to the mainline Octopath Traveler series is out now! Should you join the adventures of Octopath Traveler II’s 8 new travellers?
 
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