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PC Game Review: ‘Project CARS’

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Gearheads should enjoy Project CARS. By racing fans and for racing fans, despite having room to grow, it's a commendable effort by veteran racing developers and the community that helped to build it. Read More »

PAX East 2015: ‘We Happy Few’ Preview

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'We Happy Few' is one of the best and most intriguing games I had a chance to try at PAX East, and I am looking forward to the full release whenever it is ready. Read More »

PAX East 2015: ‘Life is Strange’ Episode 2 Preview

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Everything about this title oozes charm and personality and, after meeting the developers, it is clear why; they are passionate about this game and world and really want to deliver something special. Read More »

PAX East 2015: ‘Dreadnought’ Preview

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'Dreadnought' with its ship-to-ship battles is already a terrific experience and it is obvious the developer Yager is passionate about this project and aims to deliver a top-notch experience. Read More »

PAX East 2015: ‘Necropolis’ Preview from Harebrained Schemes

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The game shows a lot of promise with smartly generated worlds, a really cool art design and gameplay that is challenging and familiar all at once. Read More »

PAX East 2015: Hands-On with the Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset

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VR is real, the Oculus Rift – especially this current Crescent Bay build – is a truly ground-breaking product, and I am excited to see what the final product will be when they release it in the next year or so. Read More »

Pax East 2015: ‘Cosmochoria’ Preview

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I have to say what I experienced was a ton of fun and something I am going to keep my eye on as it grows and continues to shape into the full game over time. Read More »

PC/Mac Game Review: ‘The Sims 4′ – is it Worth the Upgrade?

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Every iteration of a simulation game needs to offer more than its predecessor, but needs to do so without cluttering the menu system or making things too difficult to understand. The real challenge is figuring out how to make that happen. Read More »

Game Review: ‘Elegy for a Dead World’ Encourages Literary Gaming

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Literary nerds, brace yourselves. The developers, writers, and artists at Dejobaan Games have finally created the ultimate game for you. Read More »

PC Review: ‘Tales From the Borderlands: Episode One – Zer0 Sum’

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A witty, gorgeous, faithful, but simple adventure entry into the word of Borderlands. Read More »