Below you will find the 25 best stealth games ever released on PC. There are sneaking missions, grand thefts, assassinations, escapes and infiltrations. Stay low, keep quiet and we’ll make it to the end.
RPS Feature Our favourite places to hide.
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Expansion packs were once a core part of playing PC games, but they can often feel less essential in a world of constant updates and microtransactions. Original game Alec, expansions Adam and Graham, and brief DLC Alice gathered to discuss their favourite game expansions and why they still think the model works.
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We often lament that videogames are so often violent, but that doesn’t mean that weapons can’t feel so good when done right. Sometimes a single weapon can even make a game worth playing all on its own. Far Cry 2’s bolt-action rifle? Resident Evil 4’s Broken Butterfly revolver? Action Quake 2’s Handcannon sawn-off shotgun? Those are Alice’s, but Adam, Alec and Graham gathered to discuss their favourites – leave your own in the comments.
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You probably like action games. But which ones should you like best?! We’ve narrowed it down to 25, and then put them in the unimpeachably correct order. Read on for details of the best action biff-zap-collect-me-do gaming you can stuff down your trousers.
RPS Feature PC Games In 2015 And Beyond
What could be the best PC games of 2015? We’ve scoured the internet in search of every game that could conceivably good and listed them all below, for 2015 and and beyond. Warning: there’s a lot of them. Who said PC gaming was dead?
2014 has been eaten, leaving only the aftertaste of zombie flesh, Uruk head dresses and fantasy hexes to remind you of its charms. But quick, clear away the crumbs from your shirt, wipe the residue from your lips, for there’s a first-footer at the door. It’s 2015! It’s here already and it’s bringing games. Approximately
418 455 660 of which are listed below.
This article was updated as of July 25th. Patch notes for the article. Yes, this article has patch notes.
RPS Feature Best Writers Pick Best Games
We’re blessed at Rock, Paper, Shotgun with the best contributing writers in videogames, so it seemed only reasonable to ask them for some of their finely-worded thoughts on the bestest best games of 2014. We asked Tim Stone, Cara Ellison, Ben Barrett, Brendan Caldwell, Cassandra Khaw, Konstantinos Dimopoulos, Marsh Davies, Rob Sherman and Rich Stanton to pick their favourite and write a brief summary of why, and that’s what they did…
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RPS Feature Shame about the name, eh?
2014 saw the release of three or four interesting and excellent card games, but it was Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft that most captured our attention and drew us back for match after match.
Alec: I’ve shied away from multiplayer in the last couple of years. Partly it’s self-consciousness, and partly because the constant background sound of bloodcurdling screaming* whenever my microphone was turned on didn’t seem fair on everyone else. Hearthstone was very much a way back, and not simply because it worked pretty well on my Surface Pro’s touchscreen (though that was very much a factor). Given it comes from a developer which once thought that making its players’ real names public was a good idea, the way Hearthstone strips everything back to anonymity is impressive. It’s about the deck you face, not the player you face. I needn’t worry about being scrutinised or humiliated – win or lose, I’d be out of there and never seen again by my opponent. And I don’t care about them, either. I just care about the cards.
RPS Feature Hark The Herald
In Dragon Age: Inquisition, you are the most important person in the entire world. People will follow you into battle, go along with your decisions and occasionally kiss you on the lips. There’s an enormous world to discover and it’s all there for you. Go and have an adventure. You deserve it.
Adam: Inquisition is like comfort food. A month-long banquet of comfort food, with all the trimmings.
RPS Feature Procedural Paintings
Secret Habitat is an artgame. Its procedurally generated islands are full of procedurally generated paintings, which have been created by (unseen) procedurally generated painters. Fascinating and fulfilling, it is without a doubt the Bestest Best WHAT of the year. Adam, Alice, Graham and Pip donned their finest berets and sat down in a procedurally generated Parisian cafe to discuss.