What Remains of Edith Finch – All PC Review Scores

What Remains of Edith Finch is a first-person narrative adventure video game for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 4. The developers are Giant Sparrow, who previously released The Unfinished Swan on PS3, PS4, and PS Vita. The game is published by Annapurna Interactive.

Rating: 90/100 – Based on 19 Critics

Telegraph
100
There is so much more I want to say about What Remains of Edith Finch. So many thoughts I have about every single character, every single lovingly crafted room in the dusty, abandoned halls of the Finch house. Every single feeling it evoked in me that I didn’t expect to feel, and every thought I have about being made to feel these things so strongly after such a long time.

GamingTrend
100
Don’t question it — just buy it. Buy it right now. It isn’t a shooter, and there are no puzzles and some will question if this even qualifies as a “game,” but What Remains of Edith Finch is an exemplar in video game narrative design. No other game I’ve ever played has provoked the same meditation on death, and ultimately life and the beauty of it all.

ICXM
100
What Remains of Edith Finch reminded me why I love video games. For the past few months, I’ve been in a bit of a slump and haven’t enjoyed too many games. Nothing really clicked with me. What Remains of Edith Finch changed that. I love video games because they have the ability to tell stories no other medium can tell, at least not in the way What Remains of Edith Finch does. I could see this game as a book but I truly don’t believe it would carry the same emotional resonance that it would in that form. The stories are told in such unique ways, and even though this particular title falls into the genre of a “walking simulator”, it manages to be one of the best video games I’ve played in a very long time.

Ragequit.gr
94
An emotional and narrative masterpiece full of elegant intensity, What Remains of Edith Finch also manages to brilliantly subvert genre tropes and expectations in order to deliver some of the most memorable character vignettes in recent video game history.

GameCrate
93
What Remains of Edith Finch may not be a very challenging game, but the story it tells is one which will undoubtedly resonate with players in ways they may not expect. If anything, it proves yet again that video games can be used to tell some truly immersive and thought-provoking stories, ones which stick with us long after we put down the controller.

PC Gamer
91
What Remains of Edith Finch is a masterful piece of storytelling: gorgeous, skillfully told, uplifting in places, and devastating in others. Avoid seeing too many spoilers— seriously, I can’t think of a game more in need of being unspoiled than this one—and play it.

Games.cz
90
The emotional confession of the family haunted by the curse gave rise to one of the most wonderful adventures of the game history. Its originality, atmosphere and specific gameplay made it into a real piece of art.

Gameplanet
90
Poignant and powerful, What Remains of Edith Finch has set a new standard in storytelling. Don’t be put off by its brevity – these are two of the most enjoyable hours I have ever spent in front of my PC monitor.

The Games Machine
90
What Remains of Edith Finch talks about death, but sounds like an incredible hymn to life and its meaningful journey. Giant Sparrow brings walking simulator to another level with an amazing story told through compelling gameplay solutions and an inspired environmental storytelling.

SpazioGames
90
If you ever had even a slight interest in storytelling in any form, then What remains of Edith Finch is a little indie masterpiece that you shouldn’t miss.

VideoGamer
90
First-person, narrative-driven games generally follow a pattern. What Remains of Edith Finch plays with those established conventions to create a beautiful story that breaks your heart, while making you smile just as much. A triumph in the genre.

Meristation
90
It could be the roundest narrative game of the year.

Washington Post
90
If you’re curious to see how far narrative-driven games have come in the past few years, What Remains of Edith Finch is an excellent starting point.

IGN
88
Though it only took me just under two hours to complete, the second the credits stopped rolling I immediately restarted What Remains of Edith Finch. Each of the vignettes is so distinct and surprising that I didn’t have enough time to absorb and dissect what I had just played before being whisked away to the next one. But after fully piecing together the threads of the family and sifting through the allegories of their final moments, I was left with a beautiful, heartbreaking mosaic that exudes life, even when mired in death.

GameStar
86
What Remains of Edith Finch is a heartbreaking collection of short stories, still lingering long after the end of the game.

Gamer.nl
85
This is a beautiful storybook. Giant Sparrow shows how interaction can play a big part in storytelling.

PC Games
85
Although What Remains of Edith Finch is a very short game (three to four hours), it offers a brilliantly intriguing story and an amazing gameplay specially tailored for every character. Beautiful and bittersweet.

Multiplayer.it
85
Quotation forthcoming.

Post Arcade (National Post)
85
With just ten minutes to go I was convinced What Remains of Edith Finch was going to be one of the very best games I’ve played this year. And I’m still absolutely enamoured of its characters, setting, atmosphere, attention to detail, and the great bulk of its narrative. It stands proudly alongside narrative adventures like Gone Home, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, Dear Esther, Firewatch, and The Vanishing of Ethan Carter….I just wish Giant Sparrow had conjured up a final act that matched the enormously gratifying mysteries of the rest of the experience.

Watch Dogs 2 PC – Pros & Cons

Our Rating: 82/100

PROS

+Drones are incredibly fun and useful. The quadcopter should be your first purchase (second purchase after pants).Some missions can be completed entirely with the RC Jumper, it makes for more dynamic ways to take on missions.
+Fun new skills like hacking vehicles and calling gangs/cops on people.
+Co-op is great fun, you can team up and complete co-op missions, hacking events or just run around collecting moneybags/research points.
+I love the atmosphere, San Francisco looks incredible (even better on PC). Not to mention you can use the slides at Goo-uh, Nudle.
+Driving. I’m throwing driving up here, I’ve had no problems with it. Engine Override (boost) skill is great too.
+Very lenient achievements/trophies, was able to platinum it in no time at all (And I’ve only managed to platinum one other game).
+Story was definitely a step up from watch dogs and had a much brighter tone to it. It does get slow at times.

CONS

-The alert system is WTF: You can sneak around but the moment one guard (or dog) sees you, everyone will INSTANTLY be alerted of your whereabouts, even if you take them out a microsecond after they notice you. I assume the guards must press a button to alert everyone but the dogs!?
-The dialogue can get VERY cringe worthy at times. Some of the witty banter just comes off as awkward.
-Unfortunately missions can’t be replayed (aside from co-op ones). And, like in GTA V, many restricted interiors become inaccessible after a certain mission.
-The streets felt empty at times (on ps4 at least).
-No Steam achievements, only UPlay.

WRC 6 FIA World Rally Championship – PC Review (Pros – Cons)


The game is little better than WRC 5. Not great, but decent.

Pros
+ Rallyes with all stages (Poland and Italy are the best)
+ Nice graphics
+ Handling and Physics
+ The cars are detailed

Cons

– Online mode (There’s no one in multiplayer lobby)
– Only few cars (10 Cars)
– Boring after you finish all rallyes

Rating: 75/100

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Rating: 73/100 – Based on 3 Critics

System Requirements:

    Minimum:

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
    • Processor: 2 GHz Dual Core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card with 512MB VRAM and Shader model 3.0
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card

WRC 5 – PC Reviews and more

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 Rating: 59/100


Rating: 40/100                                              
+ OK graphics.
+ Varied and challenging tracks.
+ Good semi-arcade handling.
+ Clean user interface.
+ Nice repair system.
+ WRC license.

– Most car engines sound like a blender.
– Can barely hear the sound of tires on road.
– Can barely hear the sound of DOWN gear shift. Even if you go from 6th to 2nd gear in 1 second, there’s just silence.
– Some corners have weird reset-on-track spots.
– Lack of a proper “TV/spectator camera” in replays — the broadcast view lasts no more than 3 seconds before it changes to some other random angle.
– Some awful textures.
– Strange and annoying frame rate inconsistency. The fps count says 60, but the whole scenery seem to move at 20fps.
– Unbelievably buggy menus — framerate limit and some controller buttons rebinding just don’t register.
– Sometimes the co-driver keeps completely silent… No pacenotes during an ENTIRE stage is a real game breaking issue for a rally game.
– Poor wheel support (no DFGT or G25? Seriously?)
– No semi-automatic shift — a feature EVERY other racing game offers.
– No v-sync for DirectX 11.
– Loading times during car selection — Playstation 1 limitations, we meet again

Rating: 79/100                                                        
I like it.

The stage design is good, the handling is decent, the graphics are average and the audio is mediocre.

The handling is quite forgiving and easy to get the hang of, but there’s room to better yourself through practice.

There are 65 different stages ranging from 2 to 12 km spread across 13 locations.

The stage design itself is quite good, but the road surfaces themselves could use more bumps and camber changes.

The visuals aren’t too impressive, but there are a lot of nice visual details around and being able to choose time of day and weather for any track is great. The car models and damage look pretty good too.

The audio isn’t too impressive either and while the co-driver is functional, they sound pretty robotic.

They have handled the service-park repairs well, with partial repairs being an option and some components being completely replaced.

Overall I thoroughly enjoy the game and would recommend it if you’re a fan of the WRC and Rally games.

I think WRC 5 is a commendable effort by Kylotonn and I look forward to the sequel should they make one, this game is a solid foundation for the next.

Critic Reviews

Critic
Score
Eurogamer WRC 5 is not a spiritual successor of the first Colin McRae Rally games or a milestone for the genre, but still a solid racer with solid driving model and a decent-looking tracks. 70/100
Vandal Online WRC 5 is a good driving game we’re sure the fans of the competition will enjoy, but it seriously needs to improve its technical side to become a better experience. 68/100
GameWatcher WRC 5 is a completely competent, inoffensive racing game, but it lacks the features that have become standard in the genre. Whether you’re a fan of simulation or arcade-style racers, there are many better alternatives out there. 65/100

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Great game for great fan of the wrc!! it would have been a 10/10 but some bugs are still there pretty sure the dev team will work on it!
Good job remembering be good old games where the fun was the first issue!

Rating: 80/100

System Requirements

    Minimum:

    • OS: Windows® 7
    • Processor: Intel® Core i3 / AMD Phenom™ II X2
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 9800 GTX / AMD Radeon™ HD 5750
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 25 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Soundcard
    Recommended:

    • OS: Windows® 7 / Windows® 8
    • Processor: Intel® Core i5 2500 / AMD FX 8150
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX780 / AMD Radeon™ R9 290
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 25 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Soundcard

Worms World Party Remastered – Review

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Apparently “Remastered” now means “Taking gems of your nostalgia, taking a giant dump on them and attempt to resell it back to you.”

I don’t know how you take a game this good and remake it so bad but Team17 managed to do the impossible. Ugly menus, multiplayer barely works and bugged to hell and back. Avoid like the plague.

Rating: 15/100

WWE 2K15 – PC

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The next generation of WWE video games has arrived!

WWE 2K15 will usher in a new era of WWE video games and deliver the gaming experience that fans have sought for generations!


On April 21, 2015, WWE announced an upcoming Windows PC release for April 28, 2015. This will be the first in the WWE 2K series to be released on PC as well as the first WWE game to be released on PC since 2002’s WWE RAW.

THE WITCHER 3 WILD HUNT – A New Challenger Has Entered The Game

THE RISE OF the Witcher in the wider gaming consciousness has been a journey to behold. From respected indie PC RPG to triple-A, next-gen, best in class adventure in the span of eight years is quite an achievement. The Witcher 3 for the first time carries the expectation of being a challenger to the likes of Dragon Age and Elder Scrolls, rather than an outside scrapper of the Dragon’s Dogma variety. But that’s a position CD Projekt Red has battled for and taken hold of with demo after demo and trailer after trailer of jaw-dropping quality.

The latest piece of news to add a little excitement to The Witcher 3’s slightly delayed release is that there’s a second playable character. This was mistaken by some to mean a fully playable character option other than Geralt or even perhaps the option of co-op. CD Projekt has since clarified it means only another character who for unknown periods of the game you will embody to see some other elements of the story. The good money at the moment is that the character in question will either be the sorceress Yennefer, an old companion of Geralt’s, or Ciri. the woman the Wild Hunt appears to be chas ng and who herself has historic ties to the Witcher.

The other very important piece of news regarding The Witcher 3 is the 16 pieces of free DLC the game will be delivering post-launch. So far only four have been revealed, being an armour set, beard and hairstyles for Geralt, an alternative Yennefer costume (perhaps adding weight to her being the other playable character) and a contract mission called Missing Miners. It’s not exactly game-changing stuff, but given how some other companies like to squeeze every last penny out of a game wth Season Passes and pre-order exclusives, CD Projekt is making a pretty big statement about its views on such practices with this announcement.

While we wait for more information about secret characters and further free DLC. we must simply sit back and gaze upon the glory of what we continue to see from this game. Smooth combat, epic battles, imaginative use of magic that feels as close to plausible as such things can and a scale that’s really quite inspiring. CD Projekt held this game back again for further development so it could get The Witcher 3 right and all signs are pointing to that being a smart move.