PC Archives

 

How I fixed my Prototype 2 Performance Issues

Prototype 2 was released a while back for consoles, and a few months later it came out for PC as well. Over the holidays, I picked up the Steam version and it’s been taunting me from within my Steam library.

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Stacking is a delightful adventure game

Stacking is one of very few Tim Schafer games that I hadn’t played. I read reviews that it was short and not particularly awesome, so I’d more or less ignored it. The Steam Summer Sale discounted it for less than

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Penny Arcade: Precipice (etc) Episode 3

Confession time – I own the first two episodes of this series, and I’ve never finished them. I got probably 75% of the way through the first one, and was just bored with the combat. I put it aside and

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Diablo 3 – Sanctuary in the Balance

**EB** and I have been logging many hours in Diablo 3 lately, and it’s a good game, but I feel like we’ve yet to see the “final” form of it. It still feels very “beta” quality at this point, sadly.

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Spoiler-free Skyrim Quickstart Guide

All of Bethesda’s games have a similar problem – they’re really difficult to get started with because the choices are so vast, it can get overwhelming. Do I go here first, or there? Will I lock myself out of X

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Holiday Steam Sale Cheap/Indie Roundup

Ugh, my wallet has a hangover.  The Steam Holiday Sale did another number on it.  As is my way, I dropped another $20-$30 on things that were cheap and interesting, so let’s take a couple of asprin and survey the

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Up for a holiday Oddysee?

While perusing some holiday deals on PC downloads, I came across two titles that I positively loved that you can own for a combined total of $6.  These are Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee and Oddworld: Abe’s Exodus. If you love a

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