Best of 2016: Most Recommended PC Games
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Best of 2016: Most Recommended PC Games

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The Best of 2016 will not be complete without listing great PC games. PC games have undoubtedly been a bit silent through the course of the year. While the rivalry between PlayStation 4 and Xbox One titles have preoccupied gamers, PC has done nothing but released title after title.

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Here are some of the games that have undoubtedly gotten our attention. Check out this list for titles you just have to try for yourself.

Out of the Park Baseball‘s annual baseball management sim is not going to please gamers who prefer action. However, it does offer a ton of options for budding GMs. It doesn’t get any more realistic than this. There’s a list of very real world season and teams from 1871 to 2016.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood and Wine is the second of two expansion packs for the hit game. This has about 20 more hours of gameplay, and more monster slaying action.

Overwatch is Blizzard’s newest franchise in 17 years. And it’s worth it! The Game of the Year has had fans raving over it for months after its release, and the added content makes fans want even more.

Inside has been somewhat of a tricky thing since it was released. Though Danish indie studio Playdead didn’t fail to deliver. The devs of critically-acclaimed Limbo is at it again with yet another think-fest. The sidescroller forces you to dodge a dark and dreary world of an oppressive regime, with your character the only colored “survivor” out to escape the harsh reality.

Hex: Shards of Fate is a trailblazer of a TCG-slash-MMO experience. It’s an impressive card game that’s akin to Magic: The Gathering only this time it has an immersive campaign.

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Best of 2016: PC Game Immersion

Kentucky Route Zero – Act IV is the fourth of five chapters in this magical realist game. It’s set in an underground Kentucky highway, under a mysterious premise.

Dark Souls III is reputably one of the most merciless games of all time. However, its impeccable challenge is one that players keep on coming back for more.

Stardew Valley is perhaps the truest successor for Harvest Moon. It elevates the entire farmhouse-management concept thanks to its admirable complexity and attention to detail.

Battlefield 1 shares the horrors and the tragedies and the successes in the Great War. EA’s newest shooter can easily crack the Top 10 out of any list given its refreshing take on a World War I experience.

Rise of the Tomb Raider is an epic sequel to the Tomb Raider reboot last 2013. Here we see Lara Croft’s eventual inheritance of the “Tomb Raider” title after solving a conspiracy.

Total War: Warhammer takes a solid twist to the intense RTS combat of Total War with elements of hit board game Warhammer. 

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About THE AUTHOR

Rhenn Taguiam is a freelance journalist and part-time videogamer. He has a keen interest in topics concerning nature, science and technology, and has a profound love for comic books and video games.

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