The Best PC Games

If you're seriously into gaming and want the cutting edge then the PC is where you need to be. Nothing plays a better FPS than a keyboard and mouse and strategy is still most at home on your desktop beast!

Here are our favourite PC games...

Castlevania Anniversary Collection Review

Castlevania Anniversary Collection Review

Near perfect ports of classic Dracula-slaying action with some barebones features make this collection a must-buy

Our Rating: 8/10

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen Review

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen Review

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen still looks and feels just as good as it did way back in 2012 and I love it just as much now as I did then. It's a solid RPG that offers you that little bit extra and you will easily get hundreds of hours out of it if you're willing to put it the graft, which you can do a hell of a lot easier now you can take it on the go.

Our Rating: 8/10

Blazing Beaks Review

Blazing Beaks Review

Blazing Beaks is a lot of things, all at once, splitting focus between a rogue-lite Story mode and twin-stick local multiplayer shenanigans. Neither mode is perfect, and there might be stronger options available if you’re only interested in one of these genres, but there’s an astonishing level of replay value here, across the board. You’d be quackers to miss it.

Our Rating: 8/10

Rise of Industry Review

Rise of Industry Review

Rise of Industry goes out of its way to provide you with options. From its custom difficulties to the extensive research trees, there an enormous amount of replay value. With so many plates spinning simultaneously, it’s inevitable that one or two come crashing down, but no one said building an empire would be easy.

Our Rating: 8/10

Table Top Racing World Tour: Nitro Edition Review

Table Top Racing World Tour: Nitro Edition Review

A unique racing experience boasting a variety of game modes, once you grasp the controls and get past the loading screens, this upbeat racer is a great ride for thrill seekers.

Our Rating: 8/10

Mortal Kombat 11 Review

Mortal Kombat 11 Review

An easy to learn yet hard to master fighter with a feature rich package and plenty of content to keep players busy for tons of hours.

Our Rating: 9/10

Katana Zero Review

Katana Zero Review

Katana Zero was a pleasant surprise. I did not expect the emotional roller coaster I was about to embark on. It ticks all the boxes; great soundtrack, great gameplay, a well told story. I don't think there are enough words to explain how much I enjoyed this one. It is easily my favorite game of the year so far and I suggest you play it.

Our Rating: 9/10

Cook, Serve, Delicious 2 Review

Cook, Serve, Delicious 2 Review

Deceivingly easy to pick up and incredibly hard to master, Cook, Serve, Delicious 2 may just be the most addictive thing on the simulation genre menu.

Our Rating: 8/10

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review

Challenging and enthralling shinobi action with the usual From Software brand of difficulty, quirks and all.

Our Rating: 9/10

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Review

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Review

Over a decade after their first releases, the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy collates and returns the courtroom sleuth to the limelight in style. As funny and gripping as it ever was, fans of crime dramas as well as language and logic puzzles are going to love Wright's redux.

Our Rating: 8/10

Pitfall Planet Review

Pitfall Planet Review

Perfect for the Nintendo Switch and the use of the Joy-Cons, Pitfall Planet brings co-operative gameplay back to life if only for a short while.

Our Rating: 8/10

The Division 2 - Review in Progress

The Division 2 - Review in Progress

So far, the game feels like it's great for solo players.

Our Rating: 9/10

Rome: Total War Review

Rome: Total War Review

Think of it as an entire strategy title that you can play wherever you are, with some very minor concessions, and you can easily understand the appeal. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I need to get back to conquering Rome with my idiot family. 

Our Rating: 9/10

Total War: Warhammer II Review

Total War: Warhammer II Review

In short, Total War: Warhammer II offers plenty of content for fans of strategy games, Warhammer and Total Warhammer fans, and new starters to the genre. It is easily one of the genre's finest, standing alongside X-Com 2 as one of the best PC games of the last few years.

Our Rating: 9/10

Frostpunk Review

Frostpunk Review

Frostpunk is bleak. Really bleak.

Our Rating: 9/10

Devil May Cry 5 Review

Devil May Cry 5 Review

This game is proof that single player not only isn't dead but it can still be enthralling, enticing, and innovative.

Our Rating: 9/10

Dead or Alive 6 Review

Dead or Alive 6 Review

Good competitive merit, accessible to newcomers but limited single player options

Our Rating: 8/10

Ape Out Review

Ape Out Review

An addictive riot of a video game, and an essential purchase.

Our Rating: 9/10

God Eater 3 Review

God Eater 3 Review

A staggering amount of gameplay customisation options, and adrenaline-pumping combat make it easy to forgive and forget some of its few shortcomings.

Our Rating: 8/10

WarGroove Review

WarGroove Review

With impressive tactical depth, a challenging campaign, an excellent multiplayer suite and an outrageously deep set of tools for user-generated content, Wargroove is one of the games of 2019 and is well worth a look - doubly so for Advance Wars veterans.

Our Rating: 9/10