Hot PC Games for the 2013 Holiday Season

Although the remainder of 2013's PC gaming lineup isn't as strong as it could have been with Thief, Watch Dogs, Dark Souls II, Titanfall, GTA V and other major titles still many months away, you're bound to find something appetizing as several best-selling franchises are back on the menu this Christmas.

To help keep track of what's actually shipping over the year's final weeks, we've prepared a list of this season's hottest PC games ordered by their North American Windows release date. As always, you're welcome to pitch in with comments about PC releases we may have overlooked or otherwise excluded.

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Meh, I am gaming at 1440p right now, you can keep you're post hd games.. The only game exclusive that would interest me is the follow up to The last of Us on ps4, that's about all for 2013-2014 at least

Deihmos said,
PC gaming is so dead right now. It has been a few years since I lost interest.

If you go on Steam you'll see it is clearly not. The amount of indie games released monthly is staggering. Just about every major AAA console game is on PC too. So there goes your statement.

Hello,

Deihmos said,
PC gaming is so dead right now. It has been a few years since I lost interest.

Wait, since you have lost intrest, it has died?

"Deihmos"; Never hear a username or company with that so I believe you are not qualified enough to say that PC gaming has died, Im afraid.

riahc3 said,
Hello,

Wait, since you have lost intrest, it has died?

"Deihmos"; Never hear a username or company with that so I believe you are not qualified enough to say that PC gaming has died, Im afraid.

All gamers think that when they lose interest everyone else has too.

Deihmos said,
PC gaming is so dead right now. It has been a few years since I lost interest.

I totally disagree. Pretty much ANY of the MMORPG games, or just the massive multiplayer online games are FAR better on the PC than they are on any console.

It has never been a better time than to game on PC than now, there's so many games to play and the accessibility through digital distribution is amazing. More and more titles and genres are making their way to the scene. It's especially refreshing to hear the Japanese market admitting now that the PC has become a viable platform to publish games on.

NFS Rivals seems to be just Skinned Hot Pursuit 2010. Like NFS Run, it would be locked to 30fps. PC gamers will beg EA to release a patch which removes 30fps limit.

Hello,

Setnom said,
If you're thinking about buying NFS: Rivals, be wary, the game is locked at 30 fps.

Why is this important?

Rocksmith...PS4 or PC (check the picture) ?
Everything that come on to PC is on Console, I will just stick with the XBOXONE (when released) and keep my PC as to do work

There are plenty of PC exclusives. Regardless, it's not just the exclusives that people pay for the PC for, it's the improved graphics, the better control options, the mods, the wider selection of indie games, the 20 years of backwards compatibility, and so on.