PC Archive

  • Review: JASEM: Just Another Shooter with Electronic Music

    Just Another Shooter with Electronic Music really is just another shooter with electronic music. It’s a relatively nondescript low-poly twin-stick shooter that’s pure action and no frills. By no frills I mean not a single one. JASEM puts you in control of a purple and […]

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  • Gear Review: Logitech G433 7.1 Wired Surround Gaming Headset

    The last Logitech gaming headset I used, the G231 Prodigy, fell short of the quality I’ve come to expect from the company. While the audio quality was clear, the angular ear design felt awkward, the plastic casing felt bulky, cheap, and rickety, and even with […]

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  • Review: Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back

    Unlike countless other anthropomorphic platforming mascots, Bubsy holds no special place in my heart. So after a 20-year catnap (more like a hibernation), the wisecracking bobcat’s return in The Woolies Strike Back isn’t met so much by sweeping nostalgic feels as it is more of […]

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  • Review: MahJong

    baKno’s MahJong has to be the sexiest game of Mahjong I’ve ever laid eyes on. The level of detail that went into not only the tiles and symbols but also the table settings is like visual puzzle-game poetry. What’s more, the game offers 10 different […]

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  • Review: The Invisible Hours

    The potential of virtual reality in video games is limited only by the imagination of what hasn’t been done before. What I have most enjoyed about playing games in VR is the fact that no one game feels like it has been copied directly from something […]

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  • Review: Cosmic Kites

    As Fishmoose Interactive continues to work away on its more ambitious project, the rogue-lite action game Immemorial, the two-man studio has launched its first commercial title Cosmic Kites, a fun helping of vintage arcade gameplay with some interesting modern amenities. Cosmic Kites is a twist […]

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  • Review: SteamWorld Dig 2

    SteamWorld Dig 2 opens with players controlling Dorothy, a robot looking for her friend Rusty, the starring robot from the first SteamWorld Dig. Dorothy meets a parade of different robotic townsfolk who live in a dusty Western mining town troubled by a recent spike of earthquakes after […]

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  • Review: Text Wormhole

    Where do your expectations lead you when you hear the term bullet hell in relation to a video game? Likely that it will involve piloting a spaceship or some other flying craft through horizontally or vertically scrolling stages, dipping and diving through a constant bombardment […]

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  • The Curse of VGBlogger’s Halloween Indie Game Spooktacular

    Happy Halloween, boys and girls! We’re back with our annual Halloween Indie Game Spooktacular to celebrate the fright night teeth rotting festivities with recommendations for some of the latest indie games in horror, supernatural, mystery, apocalyptic, and sci-fi themes. Basically, if it’s bloody, scary, or […]

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  • Review: A Mortician’s Tale

    I’d never heard the term “death positive” until a few days ago. As I’ve since come to learn, it is a movement encouraging people to be open and comfortable with discussing issues dealing with grief and mortality, subject matter that many of us in the […]

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