Top 10 Online PC Games of the Moment

Each year there is an unstoppable wave of new online PC games that hit the online gaming world where you have new plot twist to uncover, new monsters to kill, and new armies to command. There are various genre of game released every year, ranging from 2D shooter, Racing, Adventure, Strategy, Action, RPG, FPS, Action, Open World Action, Exploration and Survival, Puzzle, Sport, Fighting, MMO and many more. Out of all the genre of games available at the moment, we have compiled some of the top online PC Games that have attracted the most number of players in the recent months.

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The year 2015 has been astonishingly good for PC games. League of Legends, the multiplayer online battle arena video game has been one of the most played game online for a couple of years. In this game you can join forces with your closest allies as you unite to battle your enemies in deadly multiplayer battle arenas. With elements from both role playing and strategy games, it brings to you a dynamic and unique gaming experience.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, released in 2012, is one of the best online tactical first-person shooter game that has been developed by Hidden Path Entertainment and Valve Corporation. In the main Counter-Strike franchise, it is considered as the fourth game. You can either join the terrorist or counter-terrorist team on this game where you require to either attain objectives or eliminate your foes. You can purchase weapons and equipment at the beginning of each round with money that has been awarded to you based on your performance. With more feature and weapons, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is definitely worth a try.

Dota 2 is also a multiplayer online battle arena game (MOBA) that is found in a 3D environment. This game is based on the popular Warcraft III mod called Defence of the Ancients and it has been developed by Valve Corporation. You can play Dota 2 in matches that involve two teams of five players. Destroy the “Ancient” building of the foes to win the match. As a hero character, you will be able to level up, acquire items, collect gold, and fight against other teams to achieve Victory.

Grand Theft Auto has been one of the most awaited game of online players on PC. This game features include framerates that do not bog you down, a first person view, more wildlife to hunt, heavier traffic, and huge resolution textures. This is perhaps the best GTA that has ever existed, and you may even choose the entertaining missions, while buying penthouses and robbing every bank in the state.

Other brilliant PC games that you may want to try are World of Warcraft, World of Tanks, The Witcher 3, Wild Hunt, Smite, Diabolo III, and Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft. All of them comes with great graphics and guarantees unlimited online gaming entertainment.

Elex – PC

Currently being developed by Piranha Bytes, creators of one of the great CRPG series, Gothic (ignore Risen), Elex is a new action roleplaying game set in a unique post-apocalyptic science fiction/fantasy world. There is very little information available about the game as yet, but we do know that Piranha Bytes is planning on making a huge, seamless world for players to explore and that Nordic Games has given them almost complete freedom when it comes to the way the game is designed. If the end result is even half as special as Gothic 2 we are in for a treat.

Developer Piranha bytes Publisher Nordic Games Due 2016

Victor Vran – PC Review

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It fills the void of the disappointment that was Diablo 3.

The game has a very dynamic combat system that is – in my opinion – superior to Diablo 3. In D3 it always felt like “I am doing DPS to the enemies”. Here, it feels like “I am slashing the enemies with a sword”.
Each weapon requires a different playstyle – it’s not like “The rapier is like the sword, but it’s faster and does less damage”.

There are many clever secrets that hit the right spot of being “fun to find”, but not “too tedious to find”.

In terms of humor: it’s hit-or-miss, but at least there’s a lot of it. There is a soldier called Stash. Private Stash. He manages your… private… stash. So yeah, lots of dadjokes. If you like that sort of thing, you’ll have a great time.

The story could’ve had a bit more to it, but I suppose the money runs out quickly when you hire Geralt of Rivia to voice the main character 🙂 It still has its moments, but this is more of a gameplay-driven experience.

I’ve spent 10 hours on the game so far, and I plan to 100% complete it.

Verdict: 80/100

Fury X Benchmarks “Radeon Fury X vs Gigabyte GTX 980 Ti Gaming G1”

The upper end paints a much rosier picture though, albeit not quite the NVIDIA smack-down we’d hoped. The Fury X delivers solid 4K performance for a grand, and it’s likely to get even better once AMD tunes its drivers. However, if we had a grand to spend, we’d still lean towards NVIDIA’s GTX 980 Ti. For starters, it’s much more overclockable, leading to palpable performance boosts over the FuryX. More importantly, it has 6GB of onboard memory, which will definitely be noticeable in certain, memoryhungry titles. Finally, and this is a biggie, AMD’s driver support for its Radeon line has been pretty abominable over the last six months. The last official WHQL driver released by AMD was at the end of 2014; meanwhile NVIDIA pops them out every fortnight or so.

The red corner really needs to lift its game in this regard to give Fury X the attention it deserves. Hopefully if it does, the memory and overclocking issues will become a moot point, and Fiji can drive AMD back into the top spot. With more cards in the Fury series due in the coming months, we look forward to seeing what else the Fiji chip can do; we’ve got a feeling both the GTX 980 and 970 are going to feel some considerable heat.

Super Dungeon Bros – Due July 2015 (Windows 10)

What do you get when you combine a love of killing monsters, rock-n-roll, and the sort of camaraderie only a four-player co-op can inspire? You get Super Dungeon Bros, an indie bro-op isometric dungeon crawler by Wired Productions that sees four rock themed heroes named Axl, Ozzie, Freddie and Lars thrashing through hordes of the undead in the realm of Rokheim. The dungeons are procedurally generated, so you’ll never quite know what to expect: pendulous swinging axes of doom, swarms of Bonie foes, shifting platforms with tricky jumps… that’s just a taster of what these dark realms have in store.

PC and Video Tennis Games (The Five Best Tennis Video Games)

Games of this style are based on the real-life sport of tennis. Players use a racket to hit a ball back and forth over a low net. Points are scored when the ball lands in the field of play on and is not hit back. While some tennis games feature exaggerated play, or incorporate unconventional elements, they are still classified as this style.

Super Tennis
Virtua Tennis
Mario Tennis
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Top Upcoming PC Games of 2015


Release date TBC 2015 Developer Epic Games

It saw its thunder stolen by the construction system in Fallout 4 , but Epic’s Fortnite still looks like a very cool mix of Horde mode with Minecraft as your team prepares during daylight for the onslaught of enemies. Get together with friends and build extravagant forts or insane weapons.


Release date 1 September 2015 Developer Avalanche Studios

Hopefully some of the glow of Fury Road will still be around by the time Mad Max hits shelves, because it deserves the attention. This open sandbox of post-apocalyptic driving and combat seems like the perfect homage to the franchise.


Release date 22 September Developer Frictional Games

The developer behind Amnesia: The Dark Descent is clearly unhappy with how much it’s messed with our frail minds already, so this sci-fi horror project plans to get further under the skin than any other survival horror game. The very thought sends shivers down our spine.


Release date 13 October Developer Ubisoft Montreal

The big news is that TerroHunt is back! You’ll also be able to get Siege with Rainbow Six: Vegas and Vegas 2 for free on Xbox One, which is a nice addition.

Street Fighter 5 beta invites go out at 3pm BST tomorrow and PC BETA Release Date

Successful Street Fighter 5 beta candidates will receive their beta key tomorrow at around 3pm BST, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe community manager Chris Owen has confirmed on Twitter.

“SCEE Street Fighter V Beta invites will be going out to successful candidates at 3pm BST Tomorrow!” he tweeted.

PC users can get access to the online beta by pre-ordering Street Fighter V on Steam. The first PC Beta phase will begin this fall.

Fallout Series Spotlight (Fallout PC Games)

Fallout of love with the future

1 Fallout 2 (PC – 1998) No, that’s not Fulgore on the box. Fallout was set 84 years after the ugly end to the Resource Wars, and its fine sequel fast- forwarded another 80. Polished and expanded, but not dangerously different, it mirrored the original by dispatching the Vault Dweller’s descendant to save a settlement and lock horns with the predictably sinister Enclave.

2 Fallout Tactics (PC – 2001) No, that’s not Mewtwo on the box. Aussie studio Micro Forté tackled the first spin-off while Black Isle was deep in Icewind Dale. Tweaks and twists included Fallout’s first ever multiplayer modes, playable mutants, robots and ghouls, three flavours of turn-based fightin’, and a story shift from California to Chicago. The game did fine on its own terms, but couldn’t deliver the usual lorryload of Fallout freedom.

3 Fallout: Brotherhood Of Steel (PS2, Xbox – 2004) If Fallout fans are in full agreement about anything, it’s that the series’ console debut ranks lowest on the post-holocaust pecking order. This swerve into Dark Alliance action game territory didn’t please fans or critics, and its retail tanking was a sad inevitability.

4 Fallout 3 (PC, PS3, 360 – 2008) The original Fallout 3 (code named Van Buren) fell out of the launch pipeline when Black Isle shut down in 2003. Undeterred, new rights holder Bethesda pursued its own first-person version. Edging the story east to Washington DC, this bleak beauty won awards but split the fanbase: it was modern enough, it was accomplished enough, but was it Fallout enough? Those who voted ‘nay’ were more likely to be swayed by the next one…

5 Fallout: New Vegas (PC, PS3, 360 – 2010) With Obsidian now involved, and fielding a team that featured Black Isle veterans, New Vegas took Bethesda’s Fallout 3 innovations (game engine and VATS targeting system) back to series basics: freedom, factions, quality writing and malleable morals. And a whole lot of bugs. Well, you can’t have everything, can you?