The PC Gaming Show 2023 is comingCurated byPC Gamer
The PC Gaming Show returns on June 11 with a hot summer showcase of new game announcements and juicy updates. Hosted by the inimitable Sean "Day" Plott and Frankie Ward, the show is set to be a blowout celebration of all things PC gaming, featuring 55 games, including over 15 game announcements, from studios around the world.
How Disappointing is Minecraft Legends?Curated byPC Gamer
As a piece of software, we've got no complaints; we've had no issues with framerate, multiplayer connectivity, bugs, crashes, or control layouts. But it's a disappointing game. Minecraft's values of creativity, intrinsic motivation, and player choice didn't make it into this shallow spinoff.
Has The Last of Us PC port failed to live up to standards?Curated byPC Gamer
Naughty Dog's prestige third-person narrative game The Last of Us Part 1 is sitting on a Steam user rating of Mixed right now, with only 43% of user reviews giving it a thumbs up. Those user reviews on the negative tip say things like, "Hot stuttering garbage even on low settings" and "as broken as my household."
Baldur's Gate is back, in turn-based formCurated byPC Gamer
After nearly three years in Early Access, Baldur's Gate 3 resurrects the classic Forgotten Realms RPG series with its full release later this year. Developed by the Divinity: Original Sin creators at Larian Studios, Baldur's Gate 3 has all the intricate roleplaying opportunities you'd expect, in a new turn-based flavor.
The debate of AI artCurated byPC Gamer
The arguments for and against AI image generation boil down to the potential of AI generation software to replace human artistry and skill. There's also the fact that these things are trained on the work of humans who get no credit nor benefit from them. If art can be automated, what does this imply for cultural production as a reflection of humanity?
Explore the gore of The Callisto ProtocolCurated byPC Gamer
The Callisto Protocol is a new horror game from one of Dead Space's creators. It takes an orthodox to the cinematic survival horror genre, but adds a few minor tricks of its own. The gore may be too much for some, but this is an effective dystopian sci-fi adventure that will likely satisfy Dead Space fans.
The Darktide is comingCurated byPC Gamer
Warhammer 40,000: Darktide is the long-awaited follow-up to developer Fatshark's Vermintide series, transporting the hit four-play co-op gameplay from Warhammer's fantasy setting to the grim sci-fi of the distant future. Here's everything you need to know about this exciting co-op swarm shooter.