Posts tagged PC

Left 4 Dead Game of the Year Edition for PC Review

Left 4 Dead is a repetitive but fun and addictive co-operative shooter that should appeal to anyone who loves action games or anything zombies.

Jydge for PC Review

Jydge is a twin-stick shooter with an impressive amount of character customization options, satisfying gameplay, and some mission design flaws.

Aliens: Colonial Marines & TemplarGFX’s ACM Overhaul Mod Review

Aliens: Colonial Marines is not a very good representation of the source material and even if you strip away the Aliens coat of paint, this is just a very average shooter that fails to impress.

Aliens vs. Predator for PC Review

A reboot of the video game series, Aliens vs. Predator is a decent game but doesn’t reflect what made the series so excellent.

Aliens versus Predator 2, Primal Hunt, & Windebieste Skirmish Pack Review

Aliens versus Predator 2 is more polished than its predecessor with more refined gameplay but its linear level design is questionable.

Aliens versus Predator Classic 2000 & Classic Redux Mod Review

Aliens versus Predator Classic 2000 is a fun action-packed sci-fi romp, even if it is a little rough around the edges. It seems to cater more towards fans of Aliens than Predator but the representation of both is rather well done.

Alien: Isolation & Unpredictable Alien Mod Review

Even with its flaws, Alien: Isolation is one of the best horror games to date that any fans of the genre or film series would enjoy.

Grand Theft Auto IV & Episodes from Liberty City for PC Review

Grand Theft Auto IV is the first HD title in the series and also the start of the HD universe. It’s gritty tone and realistic approach may throw off series veterans but there’s plenty of fun to be had and plenty of details to admire.

Turok: Dinosaur Hunter (Remaster) & Turok+ Review

Turok is a classic shooter with a unique mix of pre-historic and science fiction.

Dungeon Siege & Legends of Aranna Review

Dungeon Siege is an action RPG that borrows elements from games like Diablo and Baldur’s Gate with its own twists on mechanics. It’s also automated to death.