Horizon: Zero Dawn PC review

Horizon: Zero Dawn Guerrilla’s post-apocalyptic adventure and Playstation’s big new IP of 2017 is making its way to PC a little over three years later. Following PC ports of other high-profile console games such as Red Dead Redemption 2. Death Stranding, and Detroit: Become Human, it’s a further sign that these days, few games stay truly exclusive to their […]

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Ghost Of Tsushima Review

Ghost Of Tsushima Editor’s Note: This review was conducted before the 1.05 patch.  Historical open-world games are not anything new. Ubisoft has built the Assassin’s Creed brand off dozens of sequels and spin-offs by leaning into romanticized depiction of history. It is an inherently appealing concept to get immersed in a vast 3D swashbuckling action game set in our […]

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Destroy All Humans! Review

Disclaimer: THQ Nordic sent Niche Gamer both a digital copy of Destroy All Humans! and the game’s Crypto 137 Edition for the purpose of review, and the Destroy All Humans! Official Card Game for coverage. The review of the game was conducted before either the special edition or card game arrived, and neither were guaranteed […]

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Carrion Review

I remember getting pretty excited for Carrion when it was first announced. The Thing is one of the few horror films I’ve always really liked, and Carrion takes a lot of cues from it. “Reverse horror games” as a whole are a pretty interesting concept that is surprisingly underutilized in the game industry. It was easy to get pumped up by […]

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