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Darkest Dungeon has been praised for the narrative despite your journey’s shortcomings. Not to mention its turn-based mechanics that can be a challenge even for veteran players of the dungeon-crawling genre. The latest expansion is set to be released this early 2017 so stay tuned for more blood-curling moments. It has a PlayScore of 9.00 Second is Pony Island If you’re expecting a game about Ponies, then you’re out of luck. Pony Island is really not what you expected it to be. Yeah, yeah, I’m sure you’ve been asking too many questions judging from the trailer. Believe me, we do too. Apparently, Pony Island breaks the fourth wall. It’s rare when games do that and when they do it perfectly, then it’s a trippy ride for players who just want to casually enjoy a simple game. So the game is fairly simple, solve a series of riddles and try not to let the game break you. Otherwise you’re pretty much screwed. It’s a demented trip to a digital world, and you’ll be amazed on how genius most of the moments are. It has a PlayScore of 9.02 HERE ARE THE RUNNERS UP BEFORE WE REVEAL THE NUMBER ONE: Devil Daggers. Armed with magical daggers, survive for as long as you can in an arena of demons. Planet Coaster. This is a park simulation-slash-management game.

Build the biggest and most exciting roller coaster rides in the world. Stellaris. From the makers of grand strategy games Europa Universalis and Crusader Kings comes an epic space exploration game. The Witness. Alone and with no recollection of the past, explore this puzzle-filled island in hopes of regaining your memories and finding your way back home. The Banner Saga 2. A continuation of the award-winning and emotional adventure game. With new characters, new race, better tactical combat and more. INSIDE. The makers of the indie-hit LIMBO is at it again… with an even more bizarre, eerie and engaging feel. It’s WTF to the very end. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4. This series consistently ranks as the finest of all game-adaptation of an anime-manga franchise. ABZU. This is one beautiful exploration game. Marvel at majesty of marine life, with good music and graphics. N++. A platformer that makes use of your momentum to avoid obstacles, evade enemies and gather gold! Rise of the Tomb Raider. A sequel to the hugely-popular Tomb Raider released in 2013. Lara embarks on a mission to uncover the mystery of the lost city of Kitezh. And the whatoplay award for the best PC game of 2016 goes to… Stardew Valley! You may be wondering, where are the big, blockbuster-y Triple A games, Whatoplay? They failed to make the cut… and both gamers and critics seem to agree. The PC is home to tons of amazing indie games that rarely receive credits.

What’s amazing is that they also excel at bringing quality content for the PC gaming community. Then there’s the case of triple-As overpromising and under-delivering. Stardew Valley is an exemplary entry to Indie PC scene. It takes inspiration from the roots of Harvest Moon and employs a very immersive life-simulating experience. Developed by One Guy, yes, ONE GUY, take control of your own character as he retires from the life of high-rise buildings and urban cities. You are tasked to take care of your Grandfather’s farm, and upon that intro, you will be left with whatever you do. Grow crops, build relationships, talk to unique NPC’s and set forth on a journey of blissful solace. The game is also aiming for console releases and most of the fans are waiting for the upcoming Multiplayer Patch! See you on the Farmstead, Players. Stardew Valley has an excellent PlayScore of 9.26 and it wins our Top 10 PC Games of 2016. How about you guys? What’s your best PC game of 2016? Comment below and let’s talk about it!