PC Game Features
IncGamers’ Top PC Games of 2014 – Tim’s Picks
As is IncGamers tradition, rather than sort out some sort of incredibly nebulous “best game ever” list, each of us just picks our own PC Games of 2014.
Assassin’s Creed: Unity with Patch 4 – PC Performance Impressions
Hello, and welcome to another edition of “does Assassin’s Creed: Unity work properly on the PC yet?” The short answer to that question is “not really, but Patch 4 might have helped some people a bit.”
The longer answer follows in the next 700 words or so.
IncGamers Reader Awards 2014 – The Results and Winners
Welcome, ladies and gents to the ceremonial presentation of the IncGamers Reader Awards 2014.
IncGamers Reader Awards 2014 – Vote for the Best PC Games
Welcome to the annual IncGamers Reader Awards 2014, where you get to vote on nine carefully curated categories pertaining to PC games and gaming.
Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin – Why PC users are feeling aggrieved
I’ve got a weird double relationship with Dark Souls 2. From a purely gaming point of view, it’s still one of my favourites of the year.
Blizzard’s Overwatch: What we know so far
Blizzard’s Overwatch reveal was a bit of a surprise for most of the attendees at Blizzcon 2014, despite the trademark having been filed back in April.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare PC Port Impressions
Well, I already like Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare more than Ghosts.
Elite: Dangerous and Star Citizen Oculus Rift DK2 impressions
In my last article on the Oculus Rift Dev Kit 2 (DK2) I took a look at the new hardware and debated whether virtual reality (VR) was the next big thing for PC gamers.
Oculus Rift DK2 Impressions – Is VR the future of PC gaming?
For the past couple of years I’ve been rather cautious about the prospect of Virtual Reality (VR) after testing it a LOT back in the 90s.
Element Gaming Thorium 300 and 100 Keyboard Review
Gaming keyboards are usually pricey affairs, and unless you’re a real pro, the price tag tends not to be worth it.
Alien: Isolation Survival Guide
If I was on Facebook – and I’m not, because Facebook is a dreadful thing – then, for most of the past week, my status would probably have been “being eviscerated by an Alien.” I’ve spent quite a lot of time playing Alien: Isolation, and while I haven’t yet finished it because it’s almost as long as one of Metal Gear Solid‘s cutscenes, I’ve learned a few bits and pieces that might help keep novice Alien-escapists alive.