Tag Archives: PC

Quadrilateral Cowboy review
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Quadrilateral Cowboy review

‘Camera4.off(3).’ You’ll transfer that command sheepishly from conscious thought to keyboard, wondering what in the hell you’ve gotten yourself into with Quadrilateral Cowboy. “Oh, here we go,” you’ll think, rolling your eyes. Because there you are staring at a blank, black screen – the likes of which you haven’t seen...

Overcooked review
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Overcooked review

[Reviewed on PS4] Let’s get this out of the way right at the start: Overcooked is one of the best couch co-op games ever made. You’ll laugh, scream and have one of the best nights it’s possible to have with a group of friends. Taking place in the delightful Onion...

Worms W.M.D review
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Worms W.M.D review

[Reviewed on PS4] Save for its odd venture into 3D, the Worms series has almost always stuck to its miniature guns and offered up a soil-scented, turn-based shindig that’s barely changed since the original Worms back in 1995. For most franchises this would be a problem, but Team17 knows exactly...

Abzû review
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Abzû review

[Reviewed on PS4] Plumbing the depths of Abzû’s mysterious ocean is, ironically enough, a breath of fresh air. There are no boss fights, no scampering between cover – instead it’s just you and the deep blue sea, and the experience is both relaxing and beautiful. Not that there aren’t any...

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided review
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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided review

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a mess of conflicting ideas and themes, of ageing mechanics and messy iteration. For better or worse, it is blindly beholden to many of the flaws that we can now identify games exhibited back in 2011; the success of Human Revolution casts a long shadow...

No Man’s Sky review
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No Man’s Sky review

[Reviewed on PS4] There’s a certain frontier spirit that’s required to fully enjoy No Man’s Sky. It’s easy enough to appreciate its technical accomplishments. You can step back and admire the incredible feat of engineering and conceptual design that it took for a relatively small team to make something so...

VA-11 HALL-A review
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VA-11 HALL-A review

Few games in recent memory have left us as utterly torn as VA-11 Hall-A. It’s a game that swings wildly from smart, delicately paced and intriguing cyberpunk noir, to adolescent, boob-obsessed, poorly written nonsense. And yet we can’t help but admire certain elements, as a cast of amusing characters engage...