50 Best PC Games of 2015 Based on User Reviews: Page 4 of 10

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35. Homeworld Remastered Collection

Homeworld broke out of the real-time strategy box by giving us not two, but three dimensions to wage our massive space battles in. The result? A sci-fi epic for the new millennium and beyond. Homeworld Remastered Collection includes the original game and its sequel, and because they’ve gotten the HD treatment, they look as slick as hell. In the games, you assume control of the Kushan, a space-faring species living in a gargantuan “Mothership.” Your planet of origin has been destroyed, so your only hope is to sail in the vastness of the void until you find a new planet to call home. But the final frontier is one filled with danger. The occasional raider may be nothing more than a petty annoyance, but you’ve also got the Taiidan, an entire interstellar empire seeking your destruction. Two of the greatest games of our time in one fantastic package!

34. Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin

Who’d have known a game so difficult that playing it is sometimes akin to putting your privates in a blender would become successful enough to warrant not one, but three expansions? Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin combines the base game with its three excellent expansions. As such, it’s got everything you want in a Souls game. Huge bosses so hideous, so uncompromisingly tough, they make the monsters of Silent Hill look like the cast of Sesame Street? Check. Excellent combat that has you slashing, smashing, and impaling hordes of bad guys, from undead soldiers to gargantuan dragons? Check. Epic locations such as sprawling castles, cavernous wastes, and fetid caves? Check. A million ways to die? Check, check, check! One of the best PC games of 2015, and then some!

33. Shadowrun: Hong Kong

In Shadowrun: Hong Kong – the third expansion for Shadowrun: Returns – magic meets technology in a unique combination of urban fantasy, cyberpunk, and crime. Set in a dystopian futuristic Hong Kong, the expansion comes with a considerable 15-hour campaign and loads of new content. The combat is turn-based, demanding strategy and tactics as much as firepower or a sharp blade. The job classes are unique, too. You can decapitate criminals with a single slash as the combat-centric Street Samurai, lay waste to entire computer systems as the hacking expert Decker, rip the spirits from the afterlife to do your bidding in the mortal world as the Shaman, and more. A must for RPG and cyberpunk fans.

32. Technobabylon

In 2087, the world has changed drastically. Genetic engineering is commonplace, human interaction has been supplanted by the Trance program, a militaristic police force watches your every move, and a super-intelligent and ubiquitous A.I. controls the entire city. We follow the stories of three individuals – a Trance addict, a member of the secret police, and a criminal-turned-case officer – as they struggle for salvation in a dystopian world. Technobabylon is a superbly written, visually engrossing experience that harks back to the golden age of point-and-click adventure PC games.

31. Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition

Divinity: Original Sin puts you in the boots of two Source Hunters who have dedicated their lives to ridding the world of Rivelon of a dangerous magic known as the Source. A routine murder investigation leads to a much grander adventure involving the undead, bloodthirsty cults, and an ancient evil threatening all life in the world. As this is a highly interactive game, your actions have consequences on your reputation. So a merchant might sell you his wares if you're a saint, or he might sic the guards on you if you're a remorseless psychopath. The environment can also be manipulated. Your enemy standing in a puddle of water? Send a current of electricity through it, and fry him! The Enhanced Edition adds loads of new content, full voiceovers, extra game modes, and countless other improvements, making it one of the best PC games of 2015.

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