Best PC Games

9.3
excellent

Call of Duty Game

This is my first FPS review and all can say is what a “doosy”!! I have played a lot of the FPS titles throughout the years and I have to say that Call of Duty is quiet simply one of the best.

9.2
excellent

Homeworld 2 Game

To summarise, I think I can honestly say that HW2 will be the 4th game never removed from my HD. I still prefer the original, but that may change as I play HW2 more and more.

9.2
excellent

Rise of Nations Game

In a nutshell, imagine combining Civilization with Age of Empires, as well as throwing in a smattering of Risk or Total War and you get a game that looks, sounds and IS very impressive.

9.0
excellent

Civilization III: Conquests Game

Remember how disappointed you were with Civ3: Play the World? So what happens with Conquests? Does it make it through as a worthy expansion? Read what Canker had to say about it.

8.7
excellent

Victoria: Empire Under the Sun Game

Victoria simulates the entire world from 1836 through to December 31st 1920. You can select any nation on earth....

8.7
excellent

Pirate Hunter Game

In Ascaron/Encore's latest offering, "Pirate Hunter," players can relive the golden age of piracy in the Caribbean as sailing men from the nations of the four great powers of the period, Spain, Britain, France or Holland...

8.7
excellent

Cossacks: The Art of War Game

'Cossacks: The Art of War,' which is the first of two expansion games for 'Cossacks: European Wars,' the GSC Real Time strategy game of tactical combat in the 17th and 18th centuries...

8.5
excellent

Airborne Assault: Highway to the Reich Game

AA: Highway to the Reich is a true sequel to Red Devils. It builds on the game and delivers in spades....

8.3
excellent

Empires: Dawn of the Modern World Game

DOTM has all the staples of the “classic” RTS, but in a move all too common nowadays, starts relying heavily on ‘hero’ characters...

8.3
excellent

Patrician III Game

For those of us who haven’t played its predecessor, Patrician III is a game where you take on the role of one of the late middle age’s trade Patricians.

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