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Super Turbo Demon Busters! Review: Right Click to Bust Demons

author image by Jordyn Lee | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 17 Jun 2018

From the developer Herocraft, Super Turbo Demon Busters is a fast-paced 2D action game that reignites the retro feel. Released on Steam in 2017, Super Turbo Demon Busters offers a refreshing view to the revival of retro games. The game…

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PC Building Simulator Review: Welcome to the Geek Squad

author image by Colton Butler | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 12 Jun 2018

Countless simulator-type games exist today, with their areas of simulation ranging from goats to truck driving across Europe. As last week taught us, even parking cops now have their own simulator. However, a new challenger has approached from the realm…

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Reaching for Petals Review: Beautiful, But Nothing More

author image by Brigham Pratt | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 01 Jun 2018

Reaching for Petals is an atmospheric “walking simulator” game by Blue Entropy Studios. Released in September 2017, the game guides the character Kai through beautiful landscapes to the top of a mountain while recounting the story of him and his…

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Shift Quantum Review: A Puzzling Pursuit of Happiness

author image by Travis LeFevre | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 30 May 2018

It takes a lot of planning and problem-solving to make a good puzzle game; variety, uniqueness and thought provocation are necessary. Shift Quantum, a newly released game by Fishing Cactus, delivers on all three and more. Axon Vertigo, the fictional…

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Parking Cop Simulator Review: The Fined and the Furious

author image by Colton Butler | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 27 May 2018

Parking Cop Simulator wastes no time throwing the player into the fire. After a short spiel from his employer, new Parking Enforcement Officer Randy begins the game’s weeklong journey into the world of examining cars for traffic violations. The opening…

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Gotta Go Review: A Very Bad Case of the Mondays

author image by Colton Butler | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 05 May 2018

You know the feeling all too well — you are at work, in class, or navigating any social gathering, and your body calls from deep within, beckoning you to relieve it … or else. Gotta Go takes that feeling and…

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Beholder Review: Know Thy Neighbor

author image by Travis LeFevre | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 26 Jul 2017

Being a landlord can be a tough job. To make matters worse, the government is forcing you to snoop on your tenants. Welcome to Beholder, where nothing is private. Carl Stein is just the average landlord who has been hired by the…

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Running With Rifles Review: On The Frontlines

author image by Travis LeFevre | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 12 Jul 2017

In my first campaign mission of Running With Rifles, I remember pushing back enemy forces in Rattlesnake Crescent. This was the first time I died in the line of duty, but not the last. “OMG Grenade,” I exclaimed, as I…

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Dead Age Review: Survive and Thrive

author image by Travis LeFevre | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 30 Jun 2017

On its face, Dead Age sounds like a great idea. It’s a survival RPG game that uses turn-based combat in place of real-time combat. While this risk pays off well, there isn’t much else to praise in this title. I’m going…

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Orwell: Keeping an Eye on You Review: A True 1984 Experience

author image by Travis LeFevre | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 26 Jun 2017

Osmotic Studios, the developers behind Orwell, took the concept of  “less is more” and rolled with it. It’s a bold strategy, but it paid off. Orwell put’s the player in the shoes of the Investigator. The role of the Investigator is to…

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