Following QuakeCon, we found we were out of words. There are none left. All the words are gone. Because of this, we needed something to get the creative juices flowing again. What better way to do that then to review the games of 2018 in the form of a haiku? Exactly. It makes complete sense. So come with us as we haiku-review some of the most notable games of the year. Agony A dev tried too hard Hell isn’t vagina beasts Hell is playing this Overcooked 2 I love you, my son But if you burn it again Boarding school awaits God of War A sad demigod Takes his boy to scatter ash On a mountaintop UFC 3 Hitting and rolling Until someone is knocked out Oh fuck, it’s Bruce Lee Shadow of the Colossus A majestic beast A loved one’s eternal rest The tears keep falling Kingdom Come Deliverance Problematic dev Simulating the old ways Pockets filled with leek Metal Gear Survive A gaming classic Now about shooting zombies Crystals on their heads A Way Out No single-player Fuck the … [Read more...] about The games of 2018 reviewed in the form of haiku
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The best PC games With unparalleled accessibility and endless upgradability, it’s no wonder that millions of gamers around the world think PC is the best place to play. Because of the platform’s history, curating a list of every great PC game throughout the ages would be a tough task, so we’ve put together a list of modern titles that’re the best PC games to spend your time with right now. So, in alphabetical order, here’re 50 of the best PC games around. Cities Skylines – Honorable mentions: Prison Architect, Tropico 5 In an alternate universe where EA and Maxis didn’t drop the ball, this slot is occupied by the latest and greatest SimCity release. In fact, Cities: Skylines developer Colossal Order was miserably certain its project wouldn’t be greenlit thanks to SimCity’s announcement – but its subsequent pratfall only made Paradox more eager to bring PC gamers what they wanted most. The best way to describe Cities: … [Read more...] about The best PC games around – essential pick-ups from every genre
THE PCG Q&AFind all previous editions of the PCG Q&A here. Check out some highlights: - What is the absolute best gaming snack?What classic PC game is on your pile of shame?What does no one seem to understand about a game you love?This weekend, we've asked the PC Gamer writers about the upcoming games that have made them the most excited over the years, sometimes from reading ancient issues of our own magazine. You'll find a mix of old and new games in here, and we'd love to hear your choices in the comments below too. We've also thrown in some answers from subscribers to the PC Gamer Club membership program via our exclusive Discord channel. Find out more about the PC Gamer Club here.Tyler Wilde: Max PayneI remember reading a preview in PC Gamer which stated that you could go from an indoor environment to an outdoor environment seamlessly—and in New York City! That was really all it took to get me hyped. I was a Quake 2 map maker, and the best you could really … [Read more...] about What’s the most hyped you’ve ever been about an upcoming game?
Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube As expected, Blizzard announced a new World of Warcraft expansion at BlizzCon 2017, Battle for Azeroth, and it's all about the war between Alliance and Horde. A lengthy alpha/beta testing phase is expected to start soon, with release later on in 2018. For the hints that lead up to here, check our coverage of all the hints on a new WoW expansion. The expansion will explore the wounds suffered in the long-running feud between the Alliance and Horde. There’s no love lost between them, and their tensions really come to a head in the story. Here's some vital info: Two new continents, Kul Tiras and Zandalar, with zones and dungeons Allied Races, three for each faction Warfronts, an RTS-style game mode Island Expeditions, three-player scenarios with a PvP option Level cap increase to 120, and all the associated questing Classes have been revamped with new and remixed talents. A collection of new mounts. The Heart of Azeroth, an … [Read more...] about World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth release date is August 14
If you're wondering what amazing games you have to look forward to in the coming year, our comprehensive list of the best new games of 2018 is a great place to start. But while there's plenty of hype to go around for the many big-budget sequels and fresh ideas headed our way, it takes something truly special to be the game you look forward to playing above all else. The GamesRadar+ staff will be playing pa-lenty of games over the next 12 months (it's our job, after all), but we wanted to share with you the ones that are especially important to us; the standouts we have the highest personal hopes for. As with most things, anticipation is subjective, but all of these games seem destined for greatness by our estimation. See if you agree with our personal picks, then tell us about your #1 most anticipated game of 2018 in the comments section. Days Gone Platform(s): PS4Release date: TBC 2018 Days Gone is treating me mean, keeping me keen. It’s got bikers, it’s got … [Read more...] about These are our most anticipated games of 2018