Some of our latest games might not be piping hot right out of the oven, but they still provide hours of gaming pleasure and a hefty battle. These PC games range from the captivating detective story of Duck Detective, to the destructive engine based on physics in Teardown.

Hellblade by Ninja Theory proved that a first person game can tackle a complex subject using a sensitive, receptive storytelling and immersive binaural sound. Hellblade 2 builds on this success by providing a more immersive experience, and a deeper look at the psychosis Senua experiences.

Final Fantasy XIV continues to be among the most polished and expansive MMOs currently available. Endwalker, its latest expansion, brings a satisfying end to the more than 8-year narrative, bringing back some old characters in settling disputes and saving the world.

Divinity: Original Sin 2 reimagines isometric CRPGs designed for modern audiences. The game’s story is multi-layered and its engaging script, rich characters and party building mechanics have raised the standard for dungeon crawlers.

The Stanley Parable pokes fun at video game clichés using hilarious humor that hasn’t changed. The Ultra Deluxe Edition brings a visual refresh and brand new content, but the sharp pokes are still there.