Tag Archives: PC

World Of Warcraft: Warlords Of Draenor review
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World Of Warcraft: Warlords Of Draenor review

Warlords Of Draenor is a potent reminder that Blizzard Entertainment is capable of more than resting on its irrefutable reputation. After a decade of developing World Of Warcraft, it would have been all too easy for the studio to simply churn out a sixth expansion. Admittedly, that wasn’t outside of...

Toybox Turbos review
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Toybox Turbos review

Toybox Turbos is even more deliberately nostalgic than the rest of the retro-inspired games coming out at the moment. After all, developer Codemasters was responsible for the series on which TT is so clearly based, so despite its reluctance to use the name – presumably because it doesn’t have the...

Football Manager 2015 review
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Football Manager 2015 review

The tales of Football Manager extremism have become part of gaming’s own urban legend. Everyone’s probably heard a friend tell the story about how ‘they’ don a suit for their team’s appearance in the FA Cup Final. Countless tales of divorce and familial breakdowns have circulated for years, the ‘Football...

Sponsored Post: LG delivers the ultimate gaming monitors

For precision FPS gaming, the best frame rates or simply for getting rid of your multi-screen setup for something more economical, LG has you covered. It’s new 34UC97 and 24GM77 are the ultimate monitors for gaming on PC and Mac at home. The LG 24GM77 is built for fast-paced gaming....


Five Things About… The Sims 4

Maxis’ infamous franchise has hypnotised players the world over with its virtual representation of real life that manages to tread the line between complete suburban-life simulator and cartoon representation of real life. Its uniqueness inspired a movement of fans around the world, and the new instalment promises to change the...

Firefall review
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Firefall review

Firefall has been through development hell over the last few years, and it’s unfortunate that what it mostly has to show for it are the scars, and a yawning gap between potential and reality that not even the nimblest of its battleframes could jetpack across. When announced back in 2010,...

Risen 3: Titan Lords review
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Risen 3: Titan Lords review

For a game that at least partly feels like an apology for Risen 2, Titan Lords goes out of its way to be hard to like. As it begins, you’re stuck in the middle of a badly animated battle as a pirate who had better be good at drinking rum...