The Launch Lineup For Uplay+ Boasts Over 100 Games

On September 3rd, PC gamers will finally be able to try out Uplay+. Ubisoft will have over 100 games to the service. This does include premium edition of certain titles, DLC, Early Access of specific titles, newest and recent releases,…

Xbox Game Pass Is Coming to PC

According to Windows Central, during Microsoft’ FY19 Q1 earnings call, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella stated that the company was looking to expand Xbox Game Pass into PC. There are not any details on exactly how Xbox Game Pass is coming…

Review – Let Them Come (PC)

It’s nearly Halloween. It seems about time to really dig into the gore, guts and violence of gaming, and what better place to start than with a brand new title? Tuatara Games via Versus Evil has concocted a brand new…

Who Is PC Gaming For? | Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy Sales | Sony’s Horrible PR 2017 2XP EP.29

2XP Podcast is Rated M for Mature due to Strong Language. The team is back for episode 29 of the 2XP Podcast. In this episode the team discusses the possibility of building a $500 PC to match the Xbox One…

Review: The Morgue Fissure Between Worlds – Chapter One (Steam)

Match to Torch Simulator 2017 The Morgue Fissure Between Worlds was in a bundle I bought recently (currently running at the time of this review on Indie Gala), and so it came across the ethereal surface of my existential desk…

Review: Run Away (Steam) Plenty Can Be Inferred Simply By Title Alone

Run Away is another in a recent string of Russian made visual novels. This one has been featured in a recent Indie Gala bundle, which is how it found its way into my collection. Set up as a teen slasher…

Review: Sweven (Steam) A Rabbit’s Journey Home

Often, despite the frequency with which various games come across the ethereal wooden surface of my existential TICGN desktop, a title catches my notice while simply scrolling through games on Steam. Sweven was one such game, a simple side scrolling 2-D…

Review: The Curious Expedition (Steam) 80 Days and Nights (Hopefully) Without Cannibalism

As I embarked upon my Curious Expedition, my spirits were lifted at the prospect of adventure and fame to be won. As the expedition entered its hundredth day, I found myself tired and slowly driven insane by these mysterious new…

First Impressions: Black the Fall (on Steam)

Alright, I just finished up the demo for Black the Fall, which was graciously and fearlessly provided by Sand Sailor Studio. In this age of review embargoes and such, it is refreshing to find developers who are unafraid of allowing pre-release…

Review: Selma and the Wisp (Steam) (A)waking Nightmare

Selma and the Wisp is described on its Steam page as “an astonishing platform game with a particularly eerie feel to it. Densely packed with logical puzzles and unexpected obstacles, the game incorporates innovative gameplay, low-poly models and an spectacular…