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Dark review

Before Dark even begins, it spends a couple of hours staring into the mirror and hating its wannabe-vampire self for still having a reflection. It’s That Guy at the goth club, desperate to fit in, its clothes and makeup a cop...
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Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches review

There’s little chance Daud and Corvo would ever have been friends. One’s an assassin who killed an empress, the other’s a bodyguard who failed to protect one. Two inherently opposing forces, with blood and Outsider marks ...
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Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches review

There’s little chance Daud and Corvo would ever have been friends. One’s an assassin who killed an empress, the other’s a bodyguard who failed to protect one. Two inherently opposing forces, with blood and Outsider marks ...
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Gone Home review

Future is AOP PPA Digital Publisher of the Year and BMA Media Company of the Year. PC Gamer is part of Future plc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. We produce content across five core areas: Technolo...
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Arma 3 review

Simulation isn’t the defining aspect of Arma. It’s scale. The enormity of the map is the foundation for the experiences that distinguish Bohemia Interactive’s flagship franchise. It’s what makes radios, topographical ma...
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Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition review

I was surprised to find that half of PC Gamer have encyclopaedic knowledge of Mortal Kombat’s backstory. “Skarlet was originally a glitch!” Chris said as I played the ludicrously bloody beat-’em-up. “Do you know how E...
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Payday 2 review

In theory, the job was easy. But then again, aren’t they all? Me and three other wiseguys would hit this bank, break into the vault and make off with the cash housed within. Being the people person that I am, my job was to ma...
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Outlast review

Outlast, the first-person survival horror game by Red Barrels, is dark. Not just in terms of its content, which features a gore-splattered insane asylum packed with murderous lunatics and their victims, but in terms of its ligh...
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Splinter Cell: Blacklist review

Splinter Cell: Blacklist is a stealth game of the robust, rule-based kind, where each environment is a puzzle waiting to be cracked. You slip snake cameras under doors or use sonar vision to get the lay of the land. Then, you p...
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