Best PC Games
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A PC game, also known as a computer game or personal computer game, is a type of video game played on a personal computer rather than a video game console or arcade machine. Its defining characteristics include: more diverse and user-determined gaming hardware and software; and generally greater capacity in input, processing, video and audio output. The uncoordinated nature of the PC game market, and now its lack of physical media, make precisely assessing its size difficult. In 2018, the global PC games market was valued at about $27.7 billion.
Riot Games new shooter, Valorant, has long been described as Overwatch meets Counter-Strike. It’s a serviceable description of the basic experience, but it doesn’t capture what makes this title so compelling.
Valorant is a pure competitive shooter that benefits from the enhanced personality offered by its playable heroes and their unique abilities. It remains to be seen whether Valorant will grow into something bigger than its influences, but the formula for success is certainly there and our early impressions are most definitely positive.
Crucible is a third-person MOBA-like action game featuring PvP and PvE elements. It’s also the first shot in Amazon’s recent attempt to break into the world of video game development like they never have before.
Will it work? We have some concerns about the title’s formula, but it features a fundamentally solid experience bolstered by undeniably fascinating design decisions. You owe it to yourself to give Crucible a shot and follow the game as it grows.
Have you ever wanted to build your own medieval siege engine in a physics-based puzzle game? No? Well, maybe you just think you never did. After all, Besiege offers just that experience, and it’s one of the most enjoyable games of the year.
The incredibly clever Besiege will please both fans of fundamentally “silly” games and those who seek something genuinely mentally engaging. It’s a substantial and unique experience that we highly recommend to strategy aficionados.
World of Warcraft: Shadowlands
To say that World of Warcraft‘s Battle of Azeroth expansion was a disappointment would be an understatement. A series of bad ideas, poor updates, and lingering problems doomed Battle of Azeroth and left some wondering how World of Warcraft will recover. The answer to that question begins with Shadowlands.
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