PC gaming remains a firm favourite here in the office. In this segment you will find information about games that will make your GPU work hard for its money or simply those that is easy to learn but hard to master. Get those keyboards and mouse working.

Woven - Pre-Alpha quick look

By Johan Keyter 16 September 2016

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For better or worse, crowd-funded games are all the rage these days, from behemoths like Star Citizen to the hundreds of indie games jockeying for position on Kickstarter. We recently had the opportunity to take a look at the short pre-alpha demo of one such game, Woven. FULL STORY >


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The Technomancer

By Johan Keyter 14 July 2016

The Technomancer is a semi open world sci-fi role-playing title by developers Spiders, putting players in the shoes of a Martian Technomancer, an order made up of futuristic psychic space monks. FULL STORY >

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Beat Da Beat (PC)

By Johan Keyter 9 March 2016

Mixing the popular 'bullet hell' genre with smashing music is a well-known idea, but Beat Da Beat adds to this by introducing rhythm-based mechanics. FULL STORY >

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Mobile Games worth your time – Adventure Beaks

By Ryan Noik 14 September 2015

If you love or even just like penguins (and really, how can’t you?), enjoy puzzle platformers and are a somewhat obsessive compulsive collector then Adventure Beaks is a game that will waddle its way into your heart. FULL STORY >

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Star Wars: Uprising first impressions

By Ryan Noik 10 September 2015

The Star Wars: Uprising mobile RPG is here, but is The Force strong enough with it to make it worth your time? FULL STORY >

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Mobile Games worth your time – Looney Tunes Dash

By Ryan Noik 31 August 2015

Along with Blades of Brim (review), another mobile game to emerge that has stood the test of time, keeping me coming back to it time and again, is Looney Tunes Dash. FULL STORY >

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Mobile Games worth your time - Blades of Brim

By Ryan Noik 26 August 2015

One genre that has figuratively run away with our heart and stolen a fair share of our time is the endless runner, and amongst these, swinging a huge sword has been SYBO’s Brim. FULL STORY >

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Battleborn hands-on preview

By Ryan Noik 22 July 2015

Battleborn, the forthcoming title from Gearbox Software and 2K Games, has loads on offer, as I found out in some hands on time with the game. FULL STORY >

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Resident Evil Revelations 2

By Johan Keyter 24 March 2015

The newest installment in the long running Resident Evil franchise is back on console and PC in classic co-op horror style. Unfortunately for horror fans though, the game isn’t going to keep you up at night. FULL STORY >

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Total War: Attila

By Johan Keyter 25 February 2015

The Total War games occupy a special niche in the strategy gaming landscape: titles which strive to provide a realistic and importantly, historically accurate experience to armchair emperors. Total War: Attila is no different. FULL STORY >

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Wolfenstein: The New Order

By Johan Keyter 23 June 2014

Wolfenstein, the titular Nazi-killing simulator is back with a new installment, as gamers again face off against the goose-stepping menace. This time however, it’s not World War 2 we’re fighting, in fact, it is the year 1960, and Nazi’s rule the world. FULL STORY >

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