Category: PC Reviews

Genre: Puzzle  Platforms: App Store for Mac / iOS, Desura for Windows Developer: Arges Systems Release date: October 5th 2012 You will tear your hair out. Hairy Tales is the debut offering from fledgling indie studio Arges Systems. Developed with the Unity 3D engine, it takes the form of an isometric tile-swapping puzzle-game, with a…

From the amazing RPG developer, Bethesda, comes the second in Downloadable Content for the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. While Dawnguard was all about compelling story and exploration, Hearthfire is all about building your own house and having kids! Well, not actually having them, but instead adopting them. For you fanatics out there, you may recognize…

From the amazing developers at Bethesda comes the first DLC for the Western RPG epic, the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. You most likely are reading this, having either played or hopefully knowing something about Skyrim (and if you don’t fall into either of those categories, stop reading and go play this game!), so without further…

Often times, comparing video games can be like comparing apples and oranges, however with Slenderman games this just never seem to be the case; it’s more akin to comparing two different jars of the same jam: sure they are objectively different objects but there doesn’t seem to be any reason to get one over the other, and if you…

One computer failure too many has set this week’s roundup back a day, but nonetheless it arrives! Contrast Compulsion Games are not the first developers to put a platformer like Contrast up on Greenlight. Black Forest Games’ Project Giana is somewhat similar in that both of these games are surreal platformer titles in which the player switches between two different aspects…

Friday marked the momentous end to the Black Mesa Source countdown, and the much anticipated release of the Half Life HD conversion that had gone silent long ago, leading many to believe that the project was abandoned. But it was never just a remake. Black Mesa Source was built from the ground up on the Source Engine, meaning for those who haven’t played…

I’m not usually one to enjoy point-and-click strategy games (mostly because i find them boring as all hell). However, I have actually found one I enjoy quite a bit. Anomaly: Warzone Earth is an extremely entertaining game and better then both Halo: Wars and even soars up there with Starcraft. The game takes place in…