Archive for Category: "PC Games"

Thief (2014) Review

Thief (2014) Review

Thief is a game of stealth and thievery, and not much else. At all. The backstory is bland, the monologue is dry, and there really is no challenge once you figure out how to avoid being seen.

Call of Duty Ghosts Review

Call of Duty Ghosts Review

When I saw the commercials for Ghosts, I was drawn in. First off, it’s a post-apocalyptic setup of sorts. It’s not a sequel to any of the other games in the franchise. Think of it as a spinoff if you must, a new set of characters set in a parallel universe where the world has gone to Hell.

The Walking Dead: 400 Days Review (PC)

The Walking Dead: 400 Days Review (PC)

The stories take place over the course of 400 days, with the first story happening on day 2 and the last happening on day 400. Any choices you made in Season 1 carry over to this DLC, and the choices you make here will affect circumstances in Season 2.

Bioshock Infinite Review

Bioshock Infinite Review

I feel no hesitation in giving this game a 5 star rating all across the board. I could easily play it again and again. The casting is spot-on. The gameplay is nothing short of flawless.

Dead Space 3 Review

Dead Space 3 Review

I’ve counted the days, my friends. Easily my favorite video game franchise of all time, the third installment in the Dead Space series is finally here.

Assassin’s Creed III Walkthrough

Assassin’s Creed III Walkthrough

Welcome to my guide for Assassin’s Creed III! I hope this guide will be able to assist all of you gamers out there!

We begin the game as Desmond and we are leading the rest of our crew into a cave of sorts. Follow the linear path until a scene shows and a door opens in front. Slide down the ramp here and continue to the cavern in the distance. Watch the story scene.

Why Far Cry 3 Is Not Game of the Year

Why Far Cry 3 Is Not Game of the Year

Far Cry 3 is pretty much sweeping everyone’s “Game of the Year” awards. While the game is really solid in many areas, there are some glaring issues that reviewers should consider before handing out their coveted award badges.

Hitman: Absolution (PC, Xbox 360) Review

Hitman: Absolution (PC, Xbox 360) Review

Like all the previous Hitman games in the series, there are multiple ways to reach your objective, and many optional extras. You can play the game as an action shooter and always have guns blazing, or you can go completely silent and try to do everything unnoticed.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Review

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Review

It seems that Treyarch, the developers, have tried to focus on a more developed backstory and character storyline than actual gameplay. That may not sit well with gamers who want a full blown world war experience.

Postal 2 Complete (PC) Review

Postal 2 Complete (PC) Review

Postal 2 Complete is a version of this classic game on the Steam platform, and became available as a result of the community’s Greenlight program. This version of the game includes both official expansion packs: “Share The Pain” and “Apocalypse Weekend”.

Deadlight Review (PC, Xbox 360)

Deadlight Review (PC, Xbox 360)

The whole game centers on Randall Wayne, one of few survivors of a virus that reanimates the dead. The story is set in Seattle in the summer of 1986.

Lucius (PC) Review

Lucius (PC) Review

Lucius is a new horror adventure/puzzle game that is a little different. Instead of a typical survival horror scenario, you play the role of the antihero, a 7-year old boy who happens to have been born on June 6, 1966 (6/6/66).

Dishonored Review (PC, Xbox 360)

Dishonored Review (PC, Xbox 360)

You are Corvo Attano, the official bodyguard of the Empress of Dunwall, an industrial whaling city modeled after Victorian London. You are framed for her murder and the kidnapping of her daughter, Emily. So, pissed off, you escape from prison six months later with the help of the Outsider and his followers.

Mass Effect 3: Retaliation DLC

Mass Effect 3: Retaliation DLC

Also making its way into the Mass Effect 3: Retaliation pack is a brand-new challenge system that will reward players for their accomplishments in multiplayer. This new feature will give players the ability to track and compare progress across different multiplayer challenges.

Resident Evil 6 Review

Resident Evil 6 Review

As soon as I booted the game and it loaded to the screen with the name and the number 6 on it, I was already smiling. And when I pressed Start and that familiar eerie voice said “Resident Evil…. Six…” I knew I was going to enjoy this game. And I was right.

The Walking Dead Episode 1 Review

The Walking Dead Episode 1 Review

That’s what the Walking Dead: Episode One brings back. That fear. And it gives a glimpse into the past, a few weeks before Rick Grimes and his family camped outside Atlanta.

Hei$t Screenshots

Hei$t Screenshots

Don’t let the dollar sign fool you… it’s Heist. The game developers were trying to be clever and stuff.

F.E.A.R. 3 Review

F.E.A.R. 3 Review

Supernatural horror fans are in for one frantic thrill ride with the release of F.E.A.R. 3 from Warner Bros. interactive. The game returns the original games protagonist the Point Man to the series as his absence was severely missed in the previous game. The game takes place approximately 9 months after the events of F.E.A.R […]

Duke Nukem Forever (PC): A Fair and Balanced Review

Duke Nukem Forever (PC): A Fair and Balanced Review

Let’s just address the pink elephant in the room. No one can think of Duke Nukem Forever without bringing up the extremely long development cycle. Yes, the game has had more than its fair share of drama, and has been in development for over 12 years. Due to the extremely long development time, gamers (and […]

Brink (PC) Review

Brink (PC) Review

Software developers Splash Damage are no strangers to hit games. As the creative team behind Quake 3 and Quake Wars, many people were excited when it was announced they would team with Zenimax to create a unique new shooter called Brink. In the months leading up to the release the game players have been teased […]