Top PC Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
Switching to New York gives Crysis 2 what it desperately needed: a credible sense of menace to go alongside gorgeous technical fortitude and impressive artistic direction.
If you're a serious fan of the genre, know that Shift 2 does several things better than anything else on the market right now, which makes it an essential purchase.
Regardless of some occasional wobbles this is one of the most ambitious, darkest, and legitimately smart additions to the genre you'll have the luck of playing. Just get yourself a bloody decent PC.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is reminiscent of the best efforts from the golden era of PC gaming at the end of the 90s.
FM 12 is painfully addictive, screen-shatteringly frustrating at times but so moreish it's like the computer game equivalent of Chocolate Fingers.
Skyrim is easily one of the strongest and best examples of the Western RPG, and it further establishes Bethesda's reputation as one of the most talented and creative forces in the gaming industry.
The beauty of Dear Esther is that it raises questions about content rather than mechanics.
Alan Wake is still a superbly scripted adventure on PC.
Lone Survivor deserves to be massive, because it might just be the most interesting thing I've played all year.
Diablo III quite simply revels in being a video game, and when a game is this well-executed it's impossible to resist those charms.