Posts tagged PC
A Sad Tale of Devotion

As mentioned in a previous article, I am an absolute baby and cannot stand to play horror games alone. I decided it was time to buckle down and give a scary game a try on Twitch. Devotion had just been released with a wave of positive reviews. Determined to tackle at least one scary game, I purchased it and allowed everyone to experience my terror first hand.

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The Messenger: The Plus One Player Review (PC)

From frantic aerial boss fights to secret levels accessed through time-travel, this part-retro-platformer-part-metroidvania provides hours of non-stop nostalgic fun, and consistently subverts expectations along the way. Backed by a flawless chiptune soundtrack by the supremely talented RainbowdragoneyesThe Messenger serves as a stunning benchmark in the evolution of indie game development.

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PlayStation Now: Is It Worth It? P1P Reacts

For those of you who don’t know, I’ve recently joined the PlayStation 4 squad and it’s been a blast. I’ve enjoyed my foray back into Sony and remembered just how much I loved having a PS2 way back when. I had heard of Sony’s game streaming service PlayStation Now and I was curious about it.

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