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No matter the genre, the setting or the style, your sole criteria for the next game you want to play is that is has to be one of the best among the best? When you've got as burgeoning an industry as video games, even the top of the food chain will get a bit crowded - here are the absolute best games you can play on PC in 2018.

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Battletech now has a release date of April, according to Paradox Interactive. We called it "Firefly meets XCOM, with Mechs" and we're very excited indeed.

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Fredrik Wester has been CEO at Paradox Interactive for 9 years and is stepping down to focus on "better capitalizing on Paradox’s growth opportunities".

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Into the Breach is an RPG Strategy from Subset Games, a small Indie development team that previously worked on FTL: Faster Than Light.

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Overnight and without warning Activision has delisted all of their Transformers games from Steam, including the excellent titles War For Cybertron, Fall of Cybertron and Devastation. This also means that all of High Moon Studios' games are now unavailable.

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Despite the release of several notable DLC expansions and console ports, Paradox's only game release in 2017 was Steel Division: Normandy 44 in May. Their CEO Fredrik Wester says this is "not good enough".

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With revenue reports coming from big-name publishers the world over, EA has apparently spoken about Titanfall 2 - last year's 'sleeper hit' FPS title. It did well, but was still 'below expectations'.

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It was back in May that we first reported on the news that Paradox Interactive and Harebrained Schemes had entered into a partnership to release Battletech, a game that's set in the year of 3025, where the universe is struck with the conflict of perpetual civil war as noble houses fight to take control using BattleMechs.

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Titanfall 2 will no longer be supported after Ultimate Edition, Respawn "heavily invested" in franchise

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Titanfall 2 launched in a sorry state. Usually reserved for games that launch full of critical bugs and missing features, Respawn Entertainment's sequel was a different story; it was excellent - but it released during a very crowded holiday period.