A keyboard, mouse and joystick are all you need to play computer games. You can add headphones and speakers to get sound. You can also go for driving wheels if you are playing racing games. You need the latest version of the Windows operating system to install computer games on your computer. In this article we rounded about 10 New games for Windows operating system. Enjoy!
One of the most exciting ideas embedded into Dungeon Siege III is the quick switching between battle stances for all the characters. The idea is that regardless of who you play there are situations when group based close quarters is more important and others when long range one on one combat is the main concern. A player has to judge the fight he is in and determine which stances he needs to use and when and the battle flows in interesting ways.
Aliens vs. Predator is not the first game of this franchise to come out their studios. Aliens versus Predator and Aliens versus Predator: Requiem are game titles that have enriched the gaming world, bringing fans a taste of the endless fight for survival straight into their homes!
Iron Man 2 game does not follow movie’s storyline. The action is a follow-up to the motion picture and it is the result of a collaboration between Matt Fraction, creator of the comic book The Invincible Iron Man and Sega’s creative director, Kyle Brink.
Need for Speed: Shift 2 Unleashed is a serious racing sum, the kind of game that can lead to controllers being thrown in frustration and to loud curse words being uttered in the general direction of the other racers. Shift 2 Unleashed is well put together, with a nice catalog of cars on offer, some very well built tracks, good intelligence for the other drivers, full implementation of the Autolog feature that debuted in the rebooted Hot Pursuit, a lot of options when it comes to modding cars and tweaking settings and enough events to keep a gamer occupied for more than one month as long as daily racing time is at about 2 hours.
When it comes to beautiful looking games, few developers can come close to the pedigree of German company Crytek, which is responsible for titles like the original Far Cry, Crysis or Crysis: Warhead. Now, the studio is back, with Crysis 2, the next installment in its first-person shooter, running on the brand new CryEngine 3 technology, which promises to not only achieve even more impressive graphics than the ones that made the first games so popular, but also achieve them on a wide array of PCs, not just on extremely powerful ones, and on consoles like the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360.
Dragon Age 2 is a clear sign that, when it comes to the role-playing experience, BioWare is determined to innovate and not just iterate. Unfortunately, innovation is not always a good idea when it comes to a franchise with apparently established rules and the opinion of gamers will be divided on the changes that the developers made for the second game in the Dragon Age series
Test Drive Unlimited 2 can charm the player at one moment, only to then let him down completely at the next turn and this lack of consistency is what makes a possibly great open-world racer just a mediocre game.
The Witcher 2 is a game that the gaming world will be talking about for quite some time from now on because it’s one of the rare titles that manage to be close to excellence in a number of categories, from narrative to graphics and art design to how choices are handled and combat.
It’s hard to talk about a story in racing games, but Dirt 3 does manage to offer something akin to a narrative with its special Dirt Tour mode, which sees the player go through multiple competitions, organized in four major seasons, as well as plenty of smaller, unique challenges that require the player to specialize in certain disciplines.
Dawn of War II managed to erase some of the shame of being a virtual part of the Imperial Guard, creating a game faction that manages to feel fragile while also being more than able to stand toe to toe in terms of firepower with the hard-hitting Space Marines, the quick Eldar, the powerful Chaos, the rather crazy Orks and the numerous Tyranids.