PC games that you should play (and those you might not want to).


Recommended April 23
"Battle Chef Brigade delivered exactly what I wanted out of it: an engaging, but light game between visual novel segments with eccentric fantasy chefs."
Recommended April 23
"PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds isn’t the most technically capable or mechanically complex game, but it is laser focused on delivering excitement."
Recommended April 23
"I’ll remember Celeste for a long time to come, thinking back on its mystical ruins and wind-swept peak. It’s a joyous game brimming with hope and one of the best video game jumps ever."
Recommended April 23
"Arc System Works has created the most approachable Dragon Ball game ever, and one of the most accessible fighting games."
Not Recommended April 23
"Survive finds itself in small moments but is lost to grinding, mindless gameplay."
Recommended April 23
"Into the Breach may be a hard game, but the temptation to improve is irresistible"
Not Recommended April 23
"Kingdom Come was touted as this grand historical representation, an abandonment of fantasy for a true medieval setting. But the game we got is just this busted, inconsistently ambitious RPG."
Recommended April 23
"It’s a simple, childish story with a very bad ending, though there are enough fun jokes and goofy premises to keep things entertaining. What really stands out is the setting."
Recommended April 23
"Spy Party captures what espionage must feel like—the sly satisfaction of hiding in plain sight, the tense uncertainty of whether or not you’ll blow your cover."
Recommended April 23
"Far Cry games are laboratories for experimenting, giving you the freedom to do stuff ordinary games won’t, like throw a molotov cocktail at just about anything and watch it burn to the ground."
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