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PC Reviews
8.0
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Game Review: Technobabylon [PC]

This is our review of the point and click adventure Technobabylon, published by Wadjeteye.



6.0
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Game Review: Toren [PC/PS4]

An unusual title by Brazilian developer Swordtales, Toren offers a whimsical tale of one girl's journey, but does it stand up in terms of gameplay?



8.6
her-story-review

Game Review: Her Story [iOS/PC/Mac]

Her Story is a unique concept and one of the finest FMV games I've ever played. It's a game that is easily accessible but has enough content to keep you coming back for more.



7.0
NotAHero

Game Review: Not A Hero [PC]

Roll7, the makers of smash and award winning 2D skateboarding game with a twist OlliOlli, are back with new (2D with a twist) cover based shooter called Not a Hero.



9.0
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Game Review: Crypt Of The Necrodancer [PC]

Time to boogie! Just be careful about all the monsters, traps and stuff...



7.5
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Game Review: The Incredible Adventures Of Van Helsing III [PC]

The latest adventure of the titular monster hunter combines light-hearted fun and fast-paced combat in an enjoyable way. Despite some flaws, it’s really hard not to like facing hordes of horror monsters in a quest to save Bor...



4.0
FI

Game Review: House Of Caravan [PC]

House of Caravan labels some pretty serious titles as its aspirations, including Gone Home and P.T, but it doesn't live up to those expectations. Find out why in the full review.



7.0
xanadu

Game Review: Spirits Of Xanadu [PC]

With influence taken from System Shock 2, Spirits of Xanadu aims to provide an atmospheric and interesting space adventure experience. But does it reach its full potential?



6.0
Shelter 2

Game Review: Shelter 2 [PC]

After the success of Shelter with its family of Badgers, Might and Delight have released Shelter 2 moving up in the food chain, as you look after a family of Lynx. Read on to find out how they have improved the series, and wher...



5.0
hektor-review

Game Review: Hektor [PC]

Hektor is a first person psychological horror game which uses procedural generation to spice up its level design, however it falls back in other departments. Read the full review to find out where.






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