PC Archive

6 May 2014

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel – What we know so far

Did you ever wonder how Handsome Jack became the villainous, murdering, leader of the Hyperion Corporation that he is in Borderlands 2? Well, now, not only will you find out – you can live it!
28 Apr 2014

Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare – Why the PC release date does not matter [Opinion]

Now that’s not to say that the PC version will not be good, It’ll be probably the best version of the game you can get but with the recent microtransaction information, the PC version will not be
17 Nov 2013

Scribblenauts Unlimited (PC) – CWG Plays [Ash]

Ash goes solo in Scribblenauts Unlimited to help people using his magic notepad. Click here to go to the video page Game(s): Scribblenauts Unlimited Featuring: Ash
18 Oct 2013

DLC Quest (PC) – CWG Plays [Ash & Matt]

Ash and Matt play through DLC Quest, debating whether a sheep is a sheep and also getting tongue tied… a lot. Click here to go to the video page Game(s): DLC Quest Featuring: Ash & Matt
14 Oct 2013

Review: Megabyte Punch

We live in an exciting time for our hobby, where indie game developers dare to create unique gameplay experiences that tend to focus on the fun factor instead of how much profit the developers can rake in.
4 Oct 2013

Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs – CWG Plays

CWG Plays is back! In this week’s episode, Matt and Ryan wake up to the smell of delicious bacon in Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs. What could possibly go wrong? Click here to go to the video
20 Aug 2013

Review: Divekick

Divekick is a fighting game available on the PlayStation Network for PS3, PS Vita and on Steam for PC users. It is a game about 2 things; Diving and… kicking, the game literally has 2 buttons, a
13 Aug 2013

‘Thomas Was Alone’ Creator Reveals ‘Volume’

Mike Bithell, the creator of the wonderful minimalist platformer Thomas Was Alone (which is available now on PC, PS3 and PS Vita), has announced his next game; Volume.  Now with a larger team, Bithell and co are
8 Aug 2013

Review: Worms Clan Wars

The Worms franchise has been around for a very long time and it’s come a long way since its humble beginnings on the Amiga in 1995. Nowadays you can name just about any console and chances are,
12 Jul 2013

Review: Rogue Legacy

The rogue-like genre has become very popular lately with titles such as Spelunky HD, The Binding of Isaac and FTL: Faster Than Light earning large and dedicated fanbases for their tough difficulty and endless replayability. Does Rogue