About: Stephen Yap

Stephen Yap

Website: DSOGaming : https://www.dsogaming.com
Bio: Stephen is our resident kung fu master and reviewer. When he’s not kung fu fighting, he’s playing games, and has been since the atari 2600. He also runs his own YouTube channel called Particular Pixels, where he creates a variety of content related to PC gaming. He goes by the nickname Shaoling (not to be confused with Shaolin), which comes from his favorite PC game of all time, System Shock 2.

Posts by Stephen Yap:

Star Wars Squadrons PC Review

Posted on: 14 Oct 2020

Let me start this review by saying that I was a big fan of the original X-Wing, Tie Fighter and X-Wing vs Tie Fighter games. I absolutely loved them. So the news of – dare I say – a “spiritual successor” had me excited. I haven’t been interested in an EA published title for quite … Continue reading Star Wars Squadrons PC Review

The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet Of Chaos PC Review

Posted on: 30 Sep 2020

The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk is a turn-based tactical fantasy RPG developed by Artefacts Studio. The game parodies a lot of things, including gaming and tabletop DnD. While some of the humor doesn’t quite land where it should (possibly due it originally being French and translated to English), and can feel juvenile at times, there are … Continue reading The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet Of Chaos PC Review

Kingdoms of Amalur Re-Reckoning PC Review

Posted on: 11 Sep 2020

The original Kingdoms of Amalur was released back in 2012, and while it certainly wasn’t perfect, it was an enjoyable experience that left me with some fond memories. So, naturally, when they announced the Re-Reckoning Edition, I was pretty excited to get my hands on it and see what had been changed or improved since … Continue reading Kingdoms of Amalur Re-Reckoning PC Review

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning – Original versus Remaster Comparison Screenshots

Posted on: 09 Sep 2020

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning has just been released and below you can find some comparison screenshots between its original and its remastered versions. These screenshots will give you an idea of the visual differences between these two versions on Max Settings.

Death Stranding PC Review

Posted on: 10 Aug 2020

Death Stranding is a game that has divided many players. It’s certainly not a run of the mill, cookie cutter experience, something we’ve come to expect  from many of the bigger budget games these days. As a result Kojima Productions is treading in unknown territory with their ambitious project and that is a refreshing change.

Maneater PC Review

Posted on: 10 Jun 2020

I’ve been looking forward to Maneater since it’s initial announcement in 2018. There aren’t many modern shark games around, certainly none that are open world RPGs, so it peaked my interest. 

Monster Hunter World Review

Posted on: 30 Sep 2018

I’ve always wanted to play a Monster Hunter game, so naturally when I heard Monster Hunter World was coming to the PC I was super excited; both as a PC gamer and someone who has always been curious about the series. In fact after seeing the positive reception on consoles, the game was quickly becoming … Continue reading Monster Hunter World Review

Thief of Thieves Season One Review

Posted on: 17 Jul 2018

I’m a big fan of stealth games. There is something about the challenge of trying to accomplish an objective without being detected, whether it’s to steal something or to assassinate a target.

Antigraviator Review

Posted on: 22 Jun 2018

Antigraviator is a futuristic anti gravity racer that joins the ranks of games like Wipeout, Formula Fusion, Redout and other similar titles. The question is whether or not this new entry has managed to capture the essence of what made games like Wipeout great. The answer is yes…and no. There are many things Antigraviator gets … Continue reading Antigraviator Review