Top PC Games of All Time
Half Life 2 is bound to be on this somewhere, right? Well, it’s not just about City 17 and being mute. The PC has always been on the cutting edge of gaming, being the place where new ideas tend to arrive first. It is the de-facto platform for MMOs, indies, F2P and MOBAs, all of which are huge deals right now.
Traditionally the PC has also been the place where genres like strategy and sims thrive, mainly due to the tried and trusted mouse & keyboard controls. Games like the Total War series have traditionally taken full advantage of the PC’s unique inputs, and processing power, to provide rich strategy experiences with the spectacle of vast armies clashing on the battlefields of history. The Sims series, one of the best selling simulation games of all time, continues to look and play best on PC.
If you ask people what their favourite PC game of all time is, you’re unlikely to get any sort of consensus. It’s been around for a very long time. But which games made our list?
No Time Left provides an emotional, tear-jerking and ultimately satisfying conclusion to the year's best gaming narrative.
A solo campaign that knocks the socks off the one from Wings of Liberty and a refined multiplayer mode are marred slightly by a reliance on the original game.
Good ideas, brilliantly executed, this is one of the year's best games.
An amazing and inherently overwhelming game.
Gone Home nails the alienating sensation of feeling lost in a place that should be your home, and perfectly emulates the mild fear that comes with exploring a big dark house.
Return of the king.
FIFA delivers an exhilarating game of football.
Card Hunter is excellent.
Addiction returns for another year...
An exceptionally gorgeous and superbly-balanced multiplayer game marred only by a hollow single-player campaign.