PC Gamer US issue #237: The 25 Greatest Shooters of All Time

From PlanetSide to Quake to Team Fortress, the current issue of PC Gamer US is locked and loaded for a countdown of the 25 Greatest Shooters of All Time. Plus, we bring you our review of a brand new Eastern European dystopian shooter with mutants—Metro: Last Light—and invite you to Reinstall a classic Eastern European dystopian shooter with mutants—S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Shadow of Chernobyl.


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Subscribers should have this issue in hand, unless your mail carrier suffered some unfortunate fate similar to the player character in Fallout: New Vegas, and is now wandering around with amnesia collecting canned food and scrap metal. Alternatively, you can snag the issue on a physical newsstand, or the digital ones listed above. Subscriptions and single issues are available, so in the words of Olmec from Legends of the Hidden Temple: "The choice is yours, and yours alone!"

Also inside:

    • Double Fine Adventure now has a name: Broken Age. We have new details!
    • Competitive Minesweeper? Yep. It exists.
    • Our first glimpses of Battlefield 4
    • Five hours hands-on with Company of Heroes 2's campaign
    • Reviews of six gaming headsets
    • Reviews for Defiance, Monaco, and Resident Evil 6
    • A mod to make Legend of Grimrock even grimmer
    • Your letters, the PC Gamer Rig, and everything else you expect to see


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