Top Pc Games Of 2016 For Gaming Lovers



After an amazing 2015, we are very sure that 2016 is also going to be

same because for all those gaming lovers and addicts we have amazing

and captivating games which will make this year more interesting.

Top PC games of 2016:


Dota 2 is a hugely popular MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena)

game that originated from the WarCraft III mod ‘DOTA’ (Defence of

the Ancients). In fact, the game maintains the title of having the biggest

e-sports prize of any game on the planet, with ‘The International 5’

featuring a prize pool of a whopping $18 million.

The idea behind the game is pretty simple; Players pick a hero and battle

it out against the other team, and using tactical gameplay, bring down

the enemy base. There are over one hundred heroes available and every

hero has a variety of skills and abilities. When combined with the skills

of your teammates characters, the gameplay can be quite unexpected and

ensures that no two games are ever alike.


Another hugely popular MOBA that is League of Legends, a game that

recently hosted a worldwide tournament that filled arenas including

Wembley with fans, and offered a top prize of $1 million. The game is

described by its developers as a “fast-paced, competitive online game

that blends the speed and intensity of an RTS with RPG elements.” Two

teams comprised of five players battle head-to-head across various

battlefields and game modes, with the aim of destroying the enemy

Nexus (which is pretty heavily protected as you might imagine).

However unlike with World of Tanks, the game isn’t over when the

opposing team is wiped out – instead, players must think strategically to

destroy the various inhibitors positioned throughout the map with the

aim of wiping out the enemy Nexus. The inhibitors are protected by

turrets which are best handled when you use minions to take the flack

(top tip there), and if you attack a nearby Champion the turret will

automatically focus on you. It’s a game full of perks (red and blue buffs

offer the edge in battle) and a dragon that, when slain, offers additional


There’s also a huge focus on customisation, as players are able to fully

customise their champions to suit their style of gameplay – players can

enhance their armour, magic resistance and health to take on the role of

a tank, for example. It’s a game, like many other MOBAs, that won’t

take long to learn but will take years to master.


World of Tanks is a popular MMO (massively multiplayer online) game

featuring early to mid-20th century fighting vehicles. Players find

themselves browsing a selection of armoured vehicles before being

dropped into an epic battle on a random map. The player has complete

control over the movement of the vehicle, as well as its firing, and

players are able communicate with team mate via both text and voice

chat. The aim of the game is, basically, to wipe out the other team or

capture a base (though this isn’t present in every game mode).

You’ll find six types of battle in World of Tanks; random battles, team-

training battles, tank-company battles, team battles, stronghold battles

and special battles. Random battles also offer missions which, if

completed, reward the player with credits, higher crew experience

coefficients, or new vehicles. Though the game is free to play, players

can opt to pay for the use of ‘premium’ features (like additional tanks).


Warframe is a third person shooter with co-operative capabilities,

developed by Digital Extremes (and is also available on PS4 and Xbox

One). Players are dropped into the virtual world as members of the

Tenno, a race of ancient warriors (or space ninjas as we refer to them) at

war with the Grineer, the Corpus and the Infested. The player’s

characters are equipped with exo-armour called ‘Warframes’ and

together with teams of up to four, the aim is to work together and

complete missions. Missions vary from having to wipe out enemies to

hacking terminals to retrieve data and even assassinating high ranking


Players are equipped with three weapons; a primary weapon (rifle,

shotgun, etc), a secondary weapon (usually a pistol but players can also

opt for bladed weapons) and a melee weapon (again, bladed weapons

including swords and axes). Each piece of equipment can be upgraded,

and these upgrades are usually found on the bodies of defeated enemies

but can also be found by completing challenges and mission.


Firewatch is a first-person adventure game with a scary twist. You play

as a man called Henry, a man who has retreated from his messy life to

work as a fire lookout. It’s set in the Wyoming wilderness in the summer

of 1989; there are no guns to get you out of tight situations and your

only contact is your supervisor on the other end of the radio, Delilah.

Your job is to look for smoke and keep the wilderness safe during an

especially hot and dry summer. However, a series of events will draw

you away from the safety of the tower and forces you to explore the wild

and unknown environment. The game looks to be decision-based, with

different choices affecting the environment around you, and possibly

even the end result.

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Street Fighter V was unveiled at the 2014 PlayStation Experience in Las

Vegas, and will be exclusive for Windows and PS4. With some familiar,

and rather surprising, characters to play, a revamped battle system, and

graphics powered by the latest Unreal 4 engine.


For those looking for something slightly different, we offer Hearthstone:

Heroes of Warcraft. Hearthstone is an online collectible card game

developed by Blizzard, creators of World of Warcraft. Released back in

2014, the game is available to play on Windows, OS X, iOS and

Android devices with cross-platform capabilities and progress syncing.

This means that you can play on your PC, then carry on where you left

off on your iPad while battling an opponent using a Mac.

The game is, essentially, a digital collectible card game that revolves

around turn-based matches, with a variety of game modes. While players

start the game with a collection of basic cards, players can come across

rarer and more powerful cards by purchasing packs of cards, as well as a

reward for completing various Arena runs. Unlike with other playing

card games, your opponent has no influence over your action during

your turns – which is a huge plus – although your foe can play cards

that’ll automatically respond to your actions.

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