We go visit a doomsday cult in rural Montana in Far Cry 5, with the express purpose of measuring framerates and looking at PC options.
Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom brings a Ghibli-esque fairytale world to the PC, but does the PC version offer up a happily ever after?
Tim delves into the PC version of the (mostly) single-player RPG-shooter of a fictional VR MMO from an anime, with Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet. It makes sense in context, we promise.
Does Kingdom Come: Deliverance actually deliver a solid PC version? We investigate.
Don’t listen to Ondore’s lies! Final Fantasy XII’s PC debut, in The Zodiac Age, is actually pretty great.
Clickety-click! Paul takes Roccat’s vibrant mechanical keyboard for a spin.
Looking for a new mouse? Paul checks out Roccat’s Kone Aimo which is an all singing and dancing piece of kit.
We venture into the unknown reaches of space with Star Ocean: The Last Hope – 4K & Full HD Remaster, boldly going where no PC has gone before.
The verdict on Thrustmaster’s new 350 CPX 7.1 Powered Headset.
Peter enters the World of Final Fantasy to catch all the Pokem, err, Chocobos, and see how the PC settings shape up.
The Dark Souls-alike finally makes it to PC, but is this particular port any good? We answer either yes or Nioh.
Do you need a New Colossus of a PC to run Wolfenstein 2? We investigate.
Assassin’s Creed Origins walks like an Egyptian, but does it run like a dream on PC?
The Evil Within 2 is almost out, so we couldn’t do without a technical review, could we? That would just be evil.
Peter investigates whether you can simply walk into Mordor with an uncapped frame-rate.
Paul slips on the Turtle Beach Elite Pro PC headphones to find out if they’re worth the money.