About: Pieter Naude

Website: DSOGaming : https://www.dsogaming.com
Bio: Pieter hails all the way from the tip of southern Africa and suffers from serious PC technophilia. Therapists say it is incurable. Now he has to remind himself constantly that gaming doesn’t count as a religion even if DRM is the devil. Thankfully, writing reviews sometimes helps with the worst symptoms.

Posts by Pieter Naude:

Scarlet Nexus – A Retroactive PC Review

Posted on: 12 Sep 2021

Don’t let Scarlet Nexus deceive you. While Bandai Namco’s June 2021 release may present itself as another run-of-the-mill JRPG, this game is quite eager to bend the rules of this genre. In fact, it tries so hard to pass as a third-person action game that I wondered if the developers were making a subtle anti-JRPG … Continue reading Scarlet Nexus – A Retroactive PC Review

It Takes Two: A Retroactive PC Review

Posted on: 24 Jun 2021

Two-player co-op titles can almost trace their origins to the birth of the gaming industry, and It Takes Two plays like a collective tribute to all their best features. As the newest release by the co-op wizards at Hazelight Studios, this is an extremely creative and well-crafted package that takes the most enjoyable features of … Continue reading It Takes Two: A Retroactive PC Review

Little Nightmares II PC Review

Posted on: 26 Feb 2021

Horror games have earned a reputation for being some of the most engrossing experiences in gaming history, and Little Nightmares II has no intention to disappoint this legacy. As an engaging puzzle platformer crafted within a nerve-shredding horror experience, Tarsier Studios’s latest game is guaranteed to haunt most players even long after the credits roll.

The Medium PC Review

Posted on: 11 Feb 2021

The survival horror genre celebrated a golden age under the PlayStation 2, but it seems as if these games are becoming an endangered species in recent times. A few titles like The Evil Within and recent Resident Evil remakes do a good job at keeping the dream alive, but let’s face it: That classic flavour … Continue reading The Medium PC Review

The first level of Hitman 3 has been beaten in under ten seconds

Posted on: 25 Jan 2021

Agent 47 of the well-beloved Hitman franchise is the ultimate knife in the dark. His methods of performing high profile executions are so swift, so cunning that the job is done before his targets even knew it began.  Now a handful of speedrunners are adding a whole new spin on how quick the legendary Silent … Continue reading The first level of Hitman 3 has been beaten in under ten seconds

Rumor: Ubisoft+ to join Microsoft Game Pass

Posted on: 06 Jan 2021

In case you missed it, a rumour has been circulating for some time that Ubisoft might add their in-house game subscription service to Game Pass Ultimate. In a tweet posted the day before New Year’s eve, a senior editor at windowscentral.com stated that this merger with Microsoft is highly likely.

Dirt 5 PC Review

Posted on: 05 Dec 2020

Whereas bolting a wheel and pedals to a desk was once enough to call yourself a simulation rally racer, this sub-genre of gaming has since evolved into something far more elaborate. Today’s sim fanatics build up colossal, multi-monitor racing rigs fitted with custom-made gauges. They even wear helmets and buy licensed peripherals covered with the … Continue reading Dirt 5 PC Review

Serious Sam 4 PC Review

Posted on: 24 Oct 2020

When it comes to making sequels for the Serious Sam games, Croteam tends to follow a rather radical strategy. With the release of every new Serious Sam installment, this talented studio has grown increasingly ambitious in experimenting with their I.P.’s visual style and content. Their method seems to have paid off because despite the core … Continue reading Serious Sam 4 PC Review

PC re-releases for Metal Gear Solid and Castlevania probably on the way

Posted on: 23 Sep 2020

Video games outlet Gematsu reports that the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee rated several classic Konami I.P.’s for a release on PC. Amidst these games that might eventually land on computers is none other than three of Hideo Kojima’s most iconic entries into the stealth genre.

Windbound PC Review

Posted on: 13 Sep 2020

If one good thing has come out this wretched epidemic, it has to be the blissful absence of endless vacation photos on social media. Look, we all deserve time off every now and then, but the constant barrage of people reclining on white, sandy beaches would make anyone develop an inferiority complex. So whenever travelling … Continue reading Windbound PC Review