PC Reviews

Take Down A Corrupt Organization From Within In ‘Tech Support: Error Unknown’

Matthew Adler
New career positions are often filled with excitement, discovery and intrigue. But, what if you found out your new employer is not who they seem? What if the company you work for is secretly exploiting their customers? Will you choose to join a rogue hacktivist group and expose your company,......
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Take a Trip with Kickstarter Sequel ‘Monster Prom 2: Holiday Season’

Trevor Poole
Prom can already be hard and stressful to think about, much less the impending doom of a no. The original Monster Prom took that to an exciting and fun party game sim with a bevy of charm contained in both its art and writing. It also helps that the few......
PC Reviews

PC Building Simulator Review: Welcome to the Geek Squad

Colton Butler
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 of PC repairs. PC Building Simulator never strays too far......

‘Project Highrise: Architect’s Edition’ rises into the console scene

Travis LeFevre
Kalypso Media and Somasim have announced that after laying down its foundations on PC and mobile platforms, Project Highrise: Architect’s Edition will release in fall 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. As well as bringing all the content from the original Project Highrise base game, the Architect’s......
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Parking Cop Simulator Review: The Fined and the Furious

Colton Butler
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 speech is full of information that may easily fly over......
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Orwell: Keeping an Eye on You Review: A True 1984 Experience

Travis LeFevre
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 protect the citizens of The Nation by invading the privacy......