One of the greatest things about gaming on the PC platform is the eclectic pool of titles you get to choose from. Five Nights at Freddy’s is a shining example, as it’s one of those experiences you’re not going to see a multi-million dollar ad campaign for. The game is a point n’ click style horror title, centering around a night security guard who’s forced to fend off a bunch of malfunctioning animatronics at a local kid’s pizza parlor. While it tends to get a bit repetitive, it still comes highly recommended. You won’t regret giving it a chance at all.
The Sims 4
We’ve had a long history with The Sims here at the site, so placing Sims 4 in the runner-up spot behind Five Nights’ was kind of a no-brainer. While it suffered a rocky road plagued with technical hiccups and glitches at first, there’s no denying this takes everything you love about The Sims from days past and polishes it up nicely. Is there any good reason not to play Sims 4 if you own a PC capable of running it? We can’t think of one.
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