Archive for the ‘PC’ Category

Sniper Elite V2 Remastered on PC – The DVDfever Review – Worth (bullet)-shelling out for?

Sniper Elite V2 Remastered brings us the wonderful 2012 game, but updating it with glorious 1080p HD graphics, making it look more in tune with 2017’s Sniper Elite 4. In fact, as I go through this remastered title, I can remember playing these levels first time round. I’ve only played a small amount of the […]

A Plague Tale: Innocence on PC – The DVDfever Review – The Last Of Us for 2019?

A Plague Tale: Innocence does for rats what the Indiana Jones movies did for snakes – they’re EVERYWHERE! In addition, this is one of those few games where I saw the trailer and my jaw dropped, because the graphics are so gorgeous that I really should just tell you to stop reading this and watch […]

Dangerous Driving on PC – The DVDfever Review – Is it Burnout 2019?

Dangerous Driving is a game for which I saw the trailer and thought – “This looks like Burnout! And it looks like the Burnout we should’ve had when Burnout Paradise was originally released, and it was a bit ‘meh’”. Basically, we needed an HD version of Burnout 3 and Burnout Revenge – the two best […]

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice on PC – The DVDfever Review

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice shows From Software are back with a new I.P and this has been something I have been waiting on for a good while, now. I guess I must be glutton for punishment as I keep going back to their games, Bloodborne being an example forced my hand into getting a PS4 […]

Nogalious on PC and MSX – The DVDfever Review

Nogalious is a new platformer out on both PC, and also recently on the MSX. Yes, it’s another great example of new games being made for old hardware. It’s also one of the hardest platformers I’ve ever played, which thus mirrors some of the platforms I used to play in the ’80s, which made me […]

Gris on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

Gris is one of those games which is rarely like anything you’ve played before, but which at the same time, does. It’s immensely difficult to explain what it’s all about because I didn’t understand it myself, but I know I enjoyed it. Similar to 2D walkabouts like The Thin Silence and The Mooseman, you have […]

Battle Princess Madelyn on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

Battle Princess Madelyn had me hooked from the initial premise and the trailer that this looks to be a classic Ghosts ‘N’ Goblins-style game with both an arcade mode and a story mode, but there are big problems with it. I’ll first address the fact that my issues are with the arcade mode, since I […]

Iris.Fall on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

Iris.Fall is… a very weird puzzle game, which felt similar to Deadlight: Director’s Cut, as well as This War Of Mine, as in those, you’re walking along a single plane, although with this, you can walk all around the room, but the connection is that for parts of certain rooms, you must switch from looking […]

The Messenger on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

The Messenger is a new platformer where – and I won’t go into too much detail because I just like to get stuck into these sorts of games – a ninja village is given hell by a Demon King, and that all will be solved as you, the ‘Western Hero’ is given a scroll to […]

Battlefield V on PC / Origin – The DVDfever Review

Battlefield V begins with an intro level, talked through to you by Kingsman actor and Vue voiceover guy who tells you not to talk during the film, Mark Strong, as you’re given a brief, playable run-through of a number of key moments in World War II, showing how this brilliantly follows on from 2016’s Battlefield […]

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