Home » PC (page 30)

PC

Load The Game is the world’s leading game news site for games on PC. Get PC Game news, previews, reviews, tips, top articles, game trailers, features and user guides for: PC Games.

ss_e5a4d9934aa10b21e12d03e6117d52f120e0ec65.600x338

Space Beast Terror Fright: The Alien Game We’ve Been Waiting For

With the disappointment of Aliens: Colonial Marines, and the mixed reactions to Alien: Isolation, fans of the Alien franchise, or just alien horror in general, have had a rough time getting a decent game. While Colonial Marines was just an absolute disaster, Isolation bored many people with its repetitive mechanics and stretched-out storyline. An alien horror game needs tension and ...

Read More »
download

Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Invisagun Heroes

Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Invisagun Heroes, a multiplayer battle game with a unique twist. My group of friends and I are always looking for some new party games to play, so I always jump at the opportunity to add a new game to our collection. While games like Gang Beasts and Towerfall: Ascension are staples in our local gaming ...

Read More »
Star-Wars-Battlefront-screenshot

Star Wars Battlefront: What We Know So Far

On April 17th Star Wars Battlefront was officially announced. Since then various new announcements have been made and this is what I was able to find and put together for you: The game is set to release on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. For graphics junkies, the game is intended to release at 60FPS on both consoles. So, theoretically they should ...

Read More »
MOBA Blizzard

Heroes of the Storm is getting a new hero, Kael’thas

If you love Blizzard’s ever-growing MOBA, Heroes of the Storm, but you’re slightly bummed about the apparent lack of diversity in terms of heroes (HotS has much to do in this regard if it is to catch up with Riot Games’ League of Legends or Valve’s Dota 2), you’re in for a treat. It seems that Blizzard’s new arena game ...

Read More »
bluesandbullets_main

Steam Greenlight Spotlight: Blues and Bullets

Today’s Greenlight spotlight is on Blues and Bullets, a story-based detective game. First off, I’d like to freely admit that I am a sucker for a good detective mystery. I love games like the Tex Murphy series and L.A. Noire, and it’s really great to see something of the like coming out of Greenlight. My interest in Blues and Bullets ...

Read More »
The Old Blood Review

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review

A standalone digital download, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is a prequel to last year’s sleeper hit, Wolfenstein: The New Order. Available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, the game currently retails at, $19.99 (£14.99/19.99€). The game sees you regain control of professional Nazi killer, B.J.  Blazkowicz, as he stealth’s, shoots and maims his way through the dystopia of the Nazi ...

Read More »
GoatZ Goat Simulator

GoatZ – Goat Simulator’s Newest Expansion Announced

If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be a goat, then you’re probably familiar with Goat Simulator. It’s the only game that I’m aware of that allows you to experience things from the perspective of a goat. So, after sampling the game and experiencing what I can only assume to be an accurate depiction of an average day in ...

Read More »
Black Mesa

Half-Life Remake Black Mesa Hits Steam Early Access

A countdown clock on the page of Half-Life fan remake Black Mesa expired with the announcement of a Steam Early Access version of the Source Engine mod. The Early Access version of Black Mesa, billed as “85 percent complete”, is available for $20 through the online retailer.  It features the majority of the single player campaign (minus the end-game Xen portion) ...

Read More »
GOG Galaxy Steam Rival

GOG releases DRM-free alternative to Steam

Today, CD Projekt Red, the developers behind the much anticipated, Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (due for release later this month), released their beta alternative to Valve’s Steam. Named GOG Galaxy it plans to offer PC gamers an alternative platform to purchase games, and best yet, they are all DRM-free. PC gaming is monopolised by Steam, with EA’s Origin and Ubisoft’s uPlay offering little competition over the ...

Read More »
630_2013-04-16_00008

Why Contagion’s “Hunted” Mode Has Me Hooked

I’ll admit it. Multiplayer games are not as popular with me as they are with a lot of people. I find it difficult to get enough players together to play most co-op games, and I hate playing competitive multiplayer games because of the anger involved with most communities. There is, however, one game that solves both of those problems for ...

Read More »