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Check out our latest computer game reviews. PC games are traditionally intended for the core gaming community, seeing as contemporary systems that are the host to games we now qualify as 'casual' are usually settled in the living room, connected to a TV. An increasingly small majority of franchises turn out to be available on both computers (Windows, and too rarely OSX and Linux) and consoles. It comes down to our reviewers whether they prefer reviewing a game on the PC or on their console - knowing that in most if not all cases a game will look better on the PC, assuming your PC comes with a decent video card.
 
 
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A Nostalgic Homage to 3D Platformers
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A Time-Bending Action RPG with Rich Customization
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A Deep Dive Into the Grim Darkness of the 41st Millennium
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A Gory, Gorgeous, and Bloody Good Metroidvania
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A Surreal Survival Game in the Pacific Northwest
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A Delightfully Fun Shooter with Explosive Firefights
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Set in 1970s southern France, you play a rookie private eye tasked to dig out the secrets of a stubborn old man.
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Volume 3 of Toaplan's updated shooters packs modern features!
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Load up and roll out, in this twin-stick shooter with roguelike progression!
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Coming from developer Crimson Herring Studios is Sovereign Syndicate. Set in a steampunk version of Victorian London, this cRPG switches dice for tarot cards. Does its novelty warrant taking a chance at this game?
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Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy (Computer) Official GamerParadise Review
 
 
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