Tag Archive: pc games

Classic Mondays: Deadlock

In this week’s Classic Mondays feature, we take a look at the 1996 turn-based strategy PC classic Deadlock: Planetary Conquest.

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Reasons we’re excited for Skyrim

Skyrim is now about 10 days away, and like many of you, we’re starting to get extremely excited. Let’s look at the things that make Skyrim such a big deal.

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Good Lord, Hard Reset can be beautiful sometimes

After plinking away at it for the past month, I finally finished Hard Reset tonight. The storyline is creative (if presented a bit hamfistedly), and the voice acting is atrocious…but the gameplay? Intense, fun, and challenging.

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Just Cause 2 mini-review

Do you like playing open world games by running around, causing as much havoc as possible?  If so, Just Cause 2 is the game for you.

Note: This review is for the PC version.

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The Witcher: Enhanced Edition

Looking for a bleak, mature action-RPG on the PC?  Look no further than The Witcher.

Note: This review is primarily going to focus on the experience of playing through The Witcher.  If you want to read up on the story, check out Wikipedia.

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Violence in Videogames

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The debate rages on concerning violence in videogames.  Some question why it exists, while others argue that censorship sucks and adults should be freely allowed to consume whatever type of entertainment they desire.  I, however, have a different theory.  Let’s take a look at the game Manhunt as an example.

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