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Wless. The action-adventure title features, at its core, a boy navigating a dark and deadly world. To go too deep into Inside’s structure would both spoil the game and do it a disservice. Trust us: It’s worth a pick up. $14.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Papo Yo, a puzzle-platformer from Minority, crossed over to PC from PlayStation Network with grace and style. This tale of a boy and a monster takes places in an imaginative world filled with South American-style houses, reason-defying physics, and a heartfelt story that explores the relationship between a child and an alcoholic, abusive parent. $19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Valve’s original Portal was noteworthy for its witty and acerbic dialogue, creativity in blending the previously incompatible brain-teasing-puzzle-game and first-person-shooter genres, and relative shortness.

With Portal 2, Valve has left intact the first quality, expanded and elaborated on the second, and done a bit to address the third. What this adds up to is a sequel that stands up proudly to the original, updating the characteristics that made it a distinctive success without dulling their memory. Limited multiplayer and post-campaign options slightly diminish the replay factor, but in almost every way Portal 2 is just as amusing and exhilarating as its predecessor.

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$8.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% The video game industry is dominated by space marines, regular marines, super-soldiers, and zombie-killers—the headshots and gun-blasts permeate the business. That’s why it’s particularly nice to see a clever title like Airtight Games and Square Enix’s Quantum Conundrum, a project from Portal designer Kim Swift. The first-person puzzle game focuses on solving increasingly challenging puzzles using a dimension-shifting tool within a mansion filled with wacky inventions.

$19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Scribblenauts Unlimited, 5th Cell’s latest word-adventure title, lets creative gamers use a magic notebook to summon a wild array of items—from the mundane to the extravagant—as they attempt to reverse a spell that’s turning their in-game sister, Lily, into stone. It’s a very basic plot that kickstarts the action, but Scribblenauts Unlimited excels at sparking imagination as you attempt to solve puzzles. It’s one the wordsmiths and imaginauts will love. $14.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Imagine a game soup flavored with chunky bits of old school 2D Castlevania, Portal, and BioShock, and you still wouldn’t get close to describing The Swapper.

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The game’s not quite a platformer; it’s a puzzle game, packaged with a brooding sci-fi story set in space. Finnish company Facepalm Games delivers a fascinating, memorable exploration title that can sustain at least two plays through because of multiple endings and achievements. $9.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% There aren’t many baseball games on PC, but Baseball Stars 2 stands out among the few that made it to the big leagues.

The classic SNK sports title doesn’t flaunt a MLB license or strive to be a super-realistic simulation. Instead, Baseball Stars 2 is old-school baseball fun, with simple controls, oodles of charm, and incredible cut scenes that highlight tense moments (like punching a pitcher in the face after he hurls a bean ball). $59.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Crafting a racing game that deftly rides the line between pure arcade action and hardcore simulation is an incredibly difficult task, as a developer risks alienating fans of both play styles.

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Playground Games has, however, somehow managed to pull it off once again, this time with Forza Horizon 3, a ridiculously addictive racing game that represents the series’ first appearance as a PC game, courtesy of Microsoft’s Xbox Play Anywhere initiative. The Australian setting gives the development team a cool box of toys to play with, as Oz’s climate and beautifully rugged landscape mix well with the series’ trademark fast cars, open-world exploration, and reckless driving.

Forza Horizon 3 is a resplendent racing game that celebrates car culture and youthful festival energy, but its frame-rate hiccups mar an otherwise excellent racing experience. $19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Arcade-style basketball games have been sidelined from the gaming scene for some time. Outside of the 2010 NBA Jam reboot and its 2011 On Fire Edition update, there have been slim pickings for sportsballers craving physics-defying dunks and full-court jumpers that are all net. Saber Interactive brings that fun to PC with NBA Playgrounds, a b-ball game that builds on its predecessors’ foundations, adding its own flavor via over-the-top gameplay and a delightful scoring system and power-up mechanic.

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A few flaws prevent it from entering the sports game hall of fame, but this 2 vs. 2 basketball title is constantly evolving, thanks to numerous updates that have remedied many of the title’s initial woes. $19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Fans of America’s favorite pastime only have two worthwhile video game selections in the Steam store: Out Of The Park Baseball 2016 and Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings. Unlike Super Mega Baseball, a cartoonish, action-based take on the sport, Out Of The Park Baseball is a numbers-driven, hardcore management game that carries the official Major League Baseball license.

With its deep rosters, incredible number of managerial options, and news reports, it’s one of the best baseball games you’ll find on PC. $59.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Long seen as the lesser alternative to EA Sports’ FIFA franchise, Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer has seen something of a resurgence the past few years on the strength of its on-pitch play. Pro Evolution is a more realistic representation of how the beautiful game is played. It’s a fluid and dynamic simulation on the field, giving you the animations, control, and tools to score a wide variety of goals, but has many caveats regarding licenses, poor menus, and visuals.

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Stay tuned for our full review of the latest FIFA title. $9.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% The Ridge Racer series may not carry Gran Turismo or Forza Motorsport’s swagger, but the long-running franchise has a dedicated fan base that loves the drift-centric racing action. This entry, crafted by Bugbear Entertainment, brings a chaotic element to the familiar gameplay by adding environmental and vehicular destruction as you race for street cred in the fictional Shatter Bay. The story is something you can flat out ignore—it’s a racing game, after all—but the driving action is interesting and varied.

Just play against human opponents if you wish to maintain your sanity. $19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% There are few video games that drop all dark and portentous pretenses and give you a straightforward, honest-to-goodness game. Rocket League is one such title. It blends the charm of RC racing with the heated competition of soccer, and adds plenty of over-the-top spectacle to keep every match interesting.

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Rocket League is just as fun during your first hour as it is during your twentieth; there are very few multiplayer games that utilize addictive simplicity as effectively. It even supports cross-platform play with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gamers.

$19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Do you crave a game in which you drive fast cars and cause mass destruction? Framed around a fictional reality television program, Split/Second merges arcade-style racing and huge, environment-wrecking explosions to form an addictive, thrilling racer that will keep you hugging corners, jockeying for position, and downing jumbo jets well into the night. That said, Split/Second is not without flaws: The online servers are dead, there’s some screen tearing, and the game could benefit from additional environments.

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Still, if you’re looking for a PC racing game that isn’t aimed at the Top Gear crowd, Split/Second is a PC game you’ll want in your Steam library. $39.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Dark Souls returns to the PC, and it’s every bit as terrifying as you may have heard. Don’t worry, Dark Souls II avoids the missteps of its predecessor’s infamous port, allowing you to focus on the rich, gloomy action-RPG world and fantastic, unforgiving gameplay.

Dark Souls II is a relentless barrage of demonic enemies and enraging boss encounters that will test your reflexes—and your patience. This is not a game for the faint of heart or quick of temper, so clear your desk of ceramics, take the framed pictures off the walls, and prepare to enter the dark world of Drangleic.

$59.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Dark Souls III is developer From Software’s return to the Souls series after the eldritch madness that was Bloodborne. In fact, the newest Souls game incorporates gameplay and design elements from virtually all of the team’s recent titles.

As a result, the gorgeous and action-packed Dark Souls III feels highly familiar, yet fresh and content-rich at the same time. Like all of From Software’s launches, however, the game is in need of a few patches to adjust weapon balance. Nonetheless, Dark Souls III is easily one of the best games in the series.

$39.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Blizzard seems to be one of the few companies committed to sticking with old-school expansions for its games and not just DLC packs. World of Warcraft received several large, and full-priced expansions, as did Diablo III, with Reaper of Souls. The add-on contains a good chunk of content that, with some much-needed tweaks to the base Diablo III, make the whole game feel

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