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Top 10 Best PC Games 2017 You Never Experienced


Opening our list of the best PC Games this January to September 2017 is here.

10. Horizon Zero Dawn

There’s something beautiful about this game. With its fresh hand-drawn art style and minimalistic presentation, what’s not to love about this hidden-object game? Point and click at the various interactive and living illustrations they provide. It’s so simple you get caught into its odd game design. From the vocally-produced sound effects, hear every pop, twang, plop and swish at every click. It’s just so alluring it sucks you into their funny, yet peaceful world. If you want to know more about the numbers, it has over 17 illustrations, 200 hidden targets, over 300 interactions, Steam achievements, Trading Cards and more. Talk about so much content for such a small game. Lastly, the best thing about this Indie game is that it keeps growing. The two developers will keep providing players a chance to find more folks hidden beneath its white, miniature and picturesque world. They just released their latest update called “The Factory Update” which added more surprises in store for the players. It totally deserves a PlayScore of 8.34.

09. Halo Wars: Definitive Edition

An RTS game built around Bungie’s legacy. Set in the Halo universe; strategically maneuver your troops with its real time tactical gameplay. This definitive edition comes with improved visuals, new achievements, and all the DLC’s updated natively to the PC. Set in the iconic war between the UNSC and the Covenant, march your troops in a full-scale galactic warzone worthy of science fiction glory. Control large armies, ride Warthogs, Scorpions and more in a complex futuristic skirmish. Experience the gripping single player campaign and stop the Covenant from destroying humankind. If the Single Player experience is too much, players can always step into its multiplayer and challenge friends locally or online. For a game that started out after the ashes of Bungie, it finally reached PC and it’s worthy of a definitive upgrade. It feels as if the Xbox 360 was just released yesterday. This is the first step for Microsoft to release more Halo games on Steam. It has a PlayScore of 8.35

08. Prey

Set in an alternate history where J. F. Kennedy was never assassinated, step into the peak of high-end space programs. Bethesda’s latest reimagining of the classic masterpiece takes you to Talos 1. A space station infested with extraterrestrial dangers. Follow the story of Morgan Yu, a researcher caught in a spiral of madness. Escape from the derelict ship, and live to tell the tale. Use your powerful mind-bending abilities to tear them apart. When all else is lost, blow them up with your futuristic weapons. This first person shooter still retains the atmosphere from the original game but it’s greatly improved on all fronts. Making it a visually satisfying experience. Fans and critics loved the games open-ended sci-fi action, making every walking journey a digital playground. However, it was lambasted for its weak storytelling and somewhat unresponsive AI. Nevertheless, it’s a decent game that garnered a PlayScore of 8.46

07. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

CAPCOM made the right decision to change the way Resident Evil works. From their usual third-person fixed camera gameplay, they decided to revamp its formula into a first-person mayhem. That means horror is literally on your face. Set in Dulvey, Louisiana, follow Ethan as he finds his missing wife. Little did he know he’s in for the time of his life when he meets the lovely Baker family. A demented, infected and totally crazy group of people determined to end his life. Traverse around The Baker residence to solve puzzles and avoid the uncomfortable grip of the Molded. Terrifying new creatures created by diabolical means. Escape from the clutches of evil, and nope the fuck out of the place. The game comes with DLC’s including a free story-related mission that’s set to release sometime this year. It’s two other DLC’s called Banned Footage 1 and 2 are a set of puzzles and minigames with a bit of lore to add around the Baker family. Critics loved the change of gameplay, calling it “a true horror experience”. We can’t wait for what CAPCOM has in store for the future of this redesigned series. It has a PlayScore of 8.50

06. P.A.M.E.L.A.

This is an open-world video game where players will have to figure out the story as the explore, gather resources, and adapt to the full day/night cycle present within the game In this world, mankind strives to become a nation of perfection, though this goal really came at a cost to the people living within Eden. Players awake from a cryo-sleep in Eden to only find that the world was invested by a bug that has disfigured most of the individuals causing them to act unpredictable and at times hostile. It has a PlayScore of 8.57

05. Cyberpunk 2077

All combined, though, the past five years of interview snippets and trailers paint Cyberpunk 2077 as a behemoth of a game, even bigger than The Witcher 3 and with possible multiplayer features on top of hundreds of hours of single-player roleplaying. Cyberpunk 2077 was announced all the way back in 2012, but with The Witcher 3, its expansions, and Gwent at the top of the order since then, we’ve only heard scraps about CD Projekt RED’s next open world RPG. Now that The Witcher 3’s last expansion, the great Blood and Wine, has been out for over a year, we expect to start hearing and seeing more about Cyberpunk. Until then, here’s everything we know so far. It has a PlayScore of 8.59

04. Tekken 7

The latest entry to the most popular fighting game on the planet goes personal. Bandai Namco utilizes the powerful Unreal Engine 4 to put you in a battle of visual splendor. The Mishima feud is about to end and it’s time to learn the real score between Kazuya, Jin and Heihachi. What started out as a simple arcade during 1994 now turns to one of the most iconic fighting games of the generation. Who would’ve thought the series could go this far? Pick from over 30 memorable characters from the Tekken franchise including new ones like the Arabic Shaheen, the Filipino Josie Rizal, or the Weirdo Chloe. Learn the ropes and analyze new fighting patterns with the game’s latest mechanic called Rage Arts. This powerful ability deals massive damage when used right. Aside from that, players can enter Online Mode to fight players of equal skill level. Do you have what it takes you reach Tekken God? If not, might as well customize your favorite hero with the game’s ridiculous amount of cosmetics. It has a PlayScore of 8.64

03. Space Hulk: Deathwing

When it needs a huge team of tomb raiders to search a hazardous vessel, it sends in terminators. Dressed in huge suits of power armour—part high-tech defensive shield, part sarcophogus—these monstrous genetically-upgraded humans worthless guns that would bang an ordinary human. Given the tendency of space hulks to lift new passengers as they pass through the parallel hell-dimension known as the warpzone, these are sensible precautions. A warm engine room makes a lovely nest for the chitinous, clawed Tyranids. It has a PlayScore of 8.70

02. Nier: Automata

It’s now 11945 AD, during the 14th machine battle and the robot proxies haven’t heard from their masters in centuries. The game based on amid a proxy war between humans in exile on the moon and alien invaders, battle with robots on both sides. The austere YoRHa androids – controlled by the player and blindfolded and indistinguishable from humans – are the latest generation sent by humans to reclaim the earth. It has a PlayScore of 8.74

01. Mass Effect: Andromeda

Mass Effect: Andromeda is a very solid game. BioWare had obviously taken their lessons both from original Mass Effect trilogy as well as Dragon Age series and mixed it with a fair dose of experience of other AAA titles of late. It is not Inquisition in space, although the influence of it is clearly seen. It has a PlayScore of 8.89

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