Updated! There are plenty of big games still to come.
highs and lows The team's latest takes are so hot they need liquid cooling. (Beer. They need beer.)
Many Tricks The developers call it a "metaphysical puzzle game." Remember Psycho Mantis?
Master Sommelier Five easy steps to overhaul your busted farm into a finely tuned operation.
Smash it up No one really knows which indie games will be a hit, but there are ways developers can zero in on their target.
Stealth Mode We test a variety of services to see which keeps your private browsing data private.
Speed Junkie Bigger than a CPU, cheaper than a GPU, every PC needs it. It's time to get a SSD if you don't have one.
after action report Will the PC Gamer team (and Bob Ross) survive the unforgiving and elitist world of pro wrestling?
Master dungeons Go beyond GM mode and make your own items, spells, or a whole adventure.
Blood & Wineries Indie sim Terroir lets you manage a vineyard and winery. We thought a retired Witcher would fit right in.
Hippo Crisis Headshotting snakes, grinding for gear, and other ways Ubisoft's series refresh does and doesn't change the formula.
podcast Wes shares tales from Divinity, and we discuss the colorful Cuphead and the conversation about game difficulty it's created.
Island warfare Automaton's 'Project X' is a 1000-player MMO with its own spin on PvP arena combat.
Smooth Criminal It's not just about completing the mission, it's about doing it in style.
Ping! The good, the bad, and the just OK from Call of Duty's return to M1 Garands and Greasers.
Quitters Inc. Our editors attempt to explain why they walked away from some of the greatest games ever.