Assassin’s Creed Valhalla was released on Nov 11, 2020 for Windows and lets you recreate the epic saga of the Viking invasion of England. You’ll lead your band of Vikings as you raid Saxon troops and fortresses. You’ll wield powerful weapons and fight like a Viking against the most varied group of enemies in any Assassin’s Creed game.
Ghostrunner is a fast-paced FPP slasher in a gorgeous neon cyberpunk world. You’ll parkour your way through city streets, dodging bullets and using superhuman abilities to make your way to the top of a super structure to confront the tyrannical Keymaster.
Ghostrunner was developed by 3D Realms, One More Level, and Slipgate Ironworks. Between them they have developed games such as Duke Nukem, Ion Fury, God’s Trigger, Metamorphosis and Ancestors Legacy. Read the rest of this entry
Star Wars: Squadrons is a space combat sim and is the successor to the classic X-Wing/Tie Fighter games of old. The focus is on multiplayer where most of the action is expected to to take place. You can engage in dogights against worthy opponents or engage in fleet battles to destroy enemy flag ships.
Welcome back Commander. The remastered version of Command and Conquer and Command and Conquer: Red Alert is now available from EA. It features remastered 4k graphics and music, multiplayer, enhanced UI and in-game graphics switching.
If you enjoyed the original solo campaigns you’ll be happy to know that the gameplay has not been fiddled with at all. The balancing and source code for the original game will remain the same.
Now that 2019 has come and gone it’s time to take a look at some of the best PC games of the year. It was an interesting year for PC games as there were few AAA titles released. Indy developers more than made up for it with a big collection of some of the most unique games we’ve ever seen. Here’s some of the best PC games for 2019.