Tag Archives: PC

Kingdom Under Fire 2 was a mixed bag of loot, quest mentality of the RPG game design

The Kingdom Under Fire series experienced a renaissance with the release of the excellent Crusaders on the Xbox in 2004, and Circle of Doom takes even more chances with the franchise. Unlike its predecessors, though, the game eschews strategy elements

Neverwinter Nights Enhanced Edition brings a classic game to a more modern

Neverwinter Nights, Hordes of the Underdark is the second expansion pack for BioWare’s popular Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. The original was a combination of a single-player role-playing game, an editing tool to create your own custom adventures, and a

Ultimate Racing comes very close to being a good racing simulator

Ultimate Racing for the PlayStation Portable as a no-frills knockoff of Need For Speed Underground. The game lets you collect, decorate, upgrade, and race Hot Wheels toy cars on a number of outlandish courses. Generally speaking, the racing action is

Bookbound Brigade is a pretty fantastic and enjoyable platformer

Bookbound Brigade brought the tales of some of your favorite literary and historical characters to PC on January 30th. A light-hearted, indie platformer by a studio in Italy, Bookbound Brigade has a little something for everyone. But is it fun

Disaster Report 4 opens character creation with a mix

Disaster Report 4 is a game that almost never arrived. After making waves with a planned release on Playstation 3, the initial announcement of this disaster simulator didn’t come to much. The 2011 Tohoku earthquake and Tsunami in the North-Eastern

Call of Duty from Infinity Ward shipped Warzone

The latest Call of Duty from Infinity Ward shipped without an answer to Black Ops 4’s Blackout, but it has since been supplemented by Warzone a completely standalone battle royale built off of the backbone of Modern Warfare. Not only

Borderlands 3 carries forward many of the things that made the first two games special

Borderlands 3 is a welcome return to form for the franchise. The game reunites fans with the core group of memorable main characters from the first two games and delivers the mayhem-heavy loot-shooter experience that the series is known for.

Kombat 11 Ultimate, to coincide with the next-gen

Mortal Kombat 11 is a snappier, sharper-looking game on next-gen consoles. On both Xbox Series X and PS5, the incredibly (and sometimes disturbingly) detailed fighter has received a minor technical facelift and one or two new features that will ultimately

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