Tagged:  PC

Into the Woods

Written by (@imonahorse) on October 17, 2016 in Opinion

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In recent years, video games have gotten really good at tugging at your heartstrings. Of course, there have always these types of moments in gaming. Remember Aeris’ death? How about Dom’s big sacrifice? Does The Last of Us ring a bell? Those were all heavy moments, but they were all predicated on things that happened… Read More »

Me and My Robot: One Year of Titanfall (With Gifs!)

Written by (@robotmilk) on March 13, 2015 in Features

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This week marks the one year anniversary of the release of Titanfall, Respawn Entertainment’s fast-paced, first person shooter. Highly considered the Xbox One’s “Killer App”, Titanfall was one of my top games of 2014, and will probably be one my favorite online shooters for years to come, even though  I haven’t played it since the summer ( I have… Read More »

Review: Darkest Dungeon

Written by on February 26, 2015 in


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First off, to the  H.P. Lovecraft fans this game is for you! In a lot of ways it really is that simple, and if you have ever had a desire to lead a group of adventurers through a Lovecraftian world this game will absolutely scratch that itch. Darkest Dungeon is a difficult role-playing game (RPG)… Read More »

Review: The Counting Kingdom

Written by on January 21, 2015 in , ,


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As a parent I’m always on the lookout for games my children find interesting that offer something beneficial to them (in my eyes). Games like Minecraft, for example, are incredible examples of fun activities that cultivate the creative spirit in all of us. Many parents who let their children play Minecraft report that it has… Read More »

Review: Metro: Redux

Written by on August 29, 2014 in


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Anyway, Metro Redux is a rerelease of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light all in one glorious package of post-apocalyptic violence, angry Russian yelling, and bizarre drinking montages.

Review: Always Sometimes Monsters

Written by on June 16, 2014 in


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Always Sometimes Monster’s strength is largely taking what will be the weakest part of any JRPG and making it great.

Gameplay Footage Revealed in New Batman Arkham Knight Trailer

Written by (@LadyPwncess) on May 23, 2014 in News

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A new trailer was released for Batman: Arkham Knight showing off some more of the amazing next gen graphics, gameplay, and that sweet sweet Batmobile. Seriously, that thing looks amazing! Plus, it has a matching Batsuit. Batman is all about style, accessories, and like the trailer title says “Evening the odds”. During parts of the… Read More »

Review: Daylight

Written by on May 9, 2014 in


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Daylight is a showcase for everything that could have been in a horror game. On paper it sounds great; a procedurally generated horror game with a phone as your light source/map. It seems like it should be a great way to get around the core problem with most horror games; once you know the scripted… Read More »


Written by on April 8, 2014 in


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Oh, Rambo. When I think of Rambo, it brings to mind a shirtless, grease covered man with a headband and a mullet, mowing down enemies with aplomb, and a deep, monotone voice backing up wooden but intense action. Who can forget the cinematographic perfection of the legendary John Rambo arming himself for battle? Okay, let’s… Read More »

It’s Christmas, Let’s Play Indie Horror Games!

Written by (@phneri) on December 20, 2013 in Opinion

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So if you’re like me the holidays are coming and the Steam sale is devouring what’s left of your meager savings. So clearly what you need now are more games. But these are free! And what better time of year to look at some weird free indie horror games? Terrordrome  I love that Terrordrome exists…. Read More »