10 PC Games You Should Check Out These Holidays

By on November 11, 2013, 2:34 AM

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 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 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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Prosercunus said:

The only one in this list I would personally recommend is Path of Exile. I suppose perhaps Battlefield 4 if you are desperate enough for a decent FPS. I do like Telltale Games however, but I have yet to try that particular game.

Guest said:

Path of Exile should be the game of the year! Everyone who thoroughly enjoyed Diablo 2 should check it out. Whether you were disappointed by Diablo 3, or actually enjoyed it, you should check out Path of Exile as well. It's free to play, but NOT pay to win, so you have nothing to lose (except bandwidth and time). :p

money said:

None of those games interest me. I will keep playing my 10+ year old games cos I'm so cool :p

dennis777 dennis777 said:

Path of Exiles concept is good, gameplay is good, story-wise is good... but the graphics is below Torchlight One or Van Helsing.. its just a turn-off to me.

Alpha Gamer Alpha Gamer said:

Path of Exile is awesome, period.

I finished Batman yesterday, great game.

Skidmarksdeluxe Skidmarksdeluxe said:

Only 2 of those games interest me. Batman & AC4 but I'm very wary of dropping money on AC now after the abortion AC3 was.

Shaun2312 said:

The Wolf Among Us - also available for OSX. Don't you mean IOS?

2 people like this | Guest said:

Selection looking a tad dull I dare say ?

Guest said:

Poor selection of games, with the exception being Path of Exile, which I recommend.

This shows how bad the game industry is.

Please, let 2014 come and bring fresh and good games.

1 person liked this | Burty117 Burty117, TechSpot Chancellor, said:

Title "10 PC games you should check out this holiday"

3. "Call of Duty: Ghosts

Probably should put a warning on that "if you've played CoD MW2 or above, you've already played this."

How much did they pay you to put up this list? All those games out at the moment why would anyone in their right mind promote CoD: G unless you are already a CoD fan of which you do not need to remind those folk that the new one is out (because they kinda know already).

It is a bad list though, I'm not really fan of Diablo type games so I can't talk for Path of Excile but Wolf Among Us was very good, in that list it is probably the only one I could rate as a decent game, Battlefield 4 comes close second as a "good" game, it will be excellent given time to be fixed, and in last place is bloody CoD: G a franchise which is killing itself over time.

TitoBXNY TitoBXNY said:

Path of Exile has me hooked. Watch out for nasty Desync issue though. It takes away from the over all experience. The skill tree and bartering takes getting used to, so new players may be overwhelmed. Awesome community though. Indie game of the year for me and FREE!

NeurotechHD NeurotechHD said:

I enjoyed Shadow Warrior and Outlast recently. I believe they're both under $20. You should wait until a Steam Sale and check them out. I'm playing through Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs right now and it's pretty boring - I'm shocked how it's not nearly as good as the first Amnesia, especially since it's by the developers of Dear Esther. Sigh*

Forg0t2 said:

I have Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty ghosts. Combine that with league of legends and the result is a very busy holiday,....

1 person liked this | Guest said:

Glad to see Rocksmith 2014 getting some love.

Guest said:

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.

Guest said:

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.

Guest said:

The Wolf Among Us is actually the best game of the lot. I felt it was half as long as it should have been but it could easily be game of the year. If you want a excellent neo-noir game with appropriate music, plot, and tone, this is your game.

The one flaw is that the game is only replayable about 2 or 3 times unless you are a rabid completionist.

1 person liked this | TomSEA TomSEA, TechSpot Chancellor, said:

Can't recommend Baldur's Gate. I was excited to see it in the new HD version, but I think this game is proof that you just can't go back sometimes - keep your memories for when it was a classic back in the day.

All in all, a pretty weak holiday lineup, I'd say. Especially after 2012 releases like Borderlands 2, Darksiders II, Diablo III, Dishonored, Far Cry 3, Mass Effect 3, Max Payne 3, etc.

Guest said:

@ dennis777 : You prefer cartoony Torchlight and Diablo 3 graphics? I prefer more realistic graphics like Path of Exile. I agree the graphics are not top notch, especially since the game was not designed to be zoomed in, so when you zoom in the graphics are awful. However, at least they're not cartoony vomit inducing World of Warcraft graphics.

Oh and I think I will buy Rocksmith 2014, I bought a guitar a year ago with intention to learn...

backo said:

Path of Exiles concept is good, gameplay is good, story-wise is good... but the graphics is below Torchlight One or Van Helsing.. its just a turn-off to me.

This is not true. Starting wonder if you played the game or maybe a very early build. It has a more realistic art style, I can agree that not everyone will like the look, but the graphics are much better than TL1&2 and at least on par with D3 (looks better if you ask me).

It's no Crysis or BF4, but still a good looking game with awesome gameplay.

1 person liked this | Vrmithrax Vrmithrax, TechSpot Paladin, said:

Interesting list, but nothing wows me this go-round. I've been finding that my shooters and dungeon crawlers just sit and gather virtual dust lately... Guess I'm in more of a build/creative mood of late, so the early release of Space Engineers has been my time sink recently...

JC713 JC713 said:

If BF4 wasnt so buggy, I would put it on the list. But at its current stage, I am not sure xD.

4 people like this | mailpup mailpup said:

JC713, since BF4 is already on the list, the decision is already made for you.

2 people like this | howzz1854 said:

Two things. BF4 at its current state deserves no recommendation. internal memo leaked last week showed that EA rushed the release to beat COD Ghost, as a result, they did little to no QA at all. their most recent so called server update have made it even more impossible to stay in a game without constant crashes and blue screen. it deserves no commendation. these guys are shady beyond a doubt. to top it off. many folks who pre-ordered the game under the advertised "Premium expansion pack" were given no explanation that their so called premium expansion pack did not mean "premium account" but rather just one lousy map pack called China Rising. had they just called it "china rising" by itself it wouldn't be a problem. but consider the history of the franchise, the word premium was typically associated with all the upcoming DLC, they made no attempt to explain the newly differentiated changes during the promotional pre-order period, no asteric, hyperlink, or disclaimer on the pre-order page. countless websites, forums, and gamers out there pre-ordered the game under the assumption that it came with premium account, only to be disappointed and asking where their premium account was. EA later quietly changed the wording of their promotion from "plus premium expansion pack" to "plus China Rising expansion pack" towards the final release date. but countless users who pre-ordered it under the false pretense are still asking where the bonus premium account was.

secondly, after trying out the last Assassin's creed III, I am a bit cautious on trying this fourth one. consider the problematic engine optimization. the amount of draw calls that's used on the CPU is ridiculous. users with decent quad core rigs see only 30~40% GPU utilization through the game, with the exception of most modern high end quad core i7 rigs.

I just thought that these are the cautionary tales that users should be made aware of going into this holiday shopping season, so one won't be disappointed.

Acespaces Acespaces said:

Why does in Call of Duty's quick segment "Multiplayer seems like it has received more than a marginal update too, with the ability to lean and slide, dynamic environments (earthquakes, floods etc.) and player-driven events, as well as new game modes, maps, weapons and other gear." Sounds exactly like Battle field 4?

hahahanoobs hahahanoobs said:

The two games I should be in love with:

BF4: is garbage. It's buggy, glitchy, and has the worst netcode I have EVER seen. BF4 feels NOTHING like BF3 to me. It's like they took all the suggestions from gamers during BF3's life, and put every single one of them in the game. ie: Too many rooftops, little to no recoil (after you slap on certain attachments), OP infantry and vehicle weapons (TV missiles, LAW, dumb missiles that automatically lock on if they are close), and did I mention the rooftops? Tried to play BF4 last night and for the 14th straight day and it still freezes with sound loop. The BF4 issues and next steps forum thread is approaching 500 pages. Nuff said. I would of went with CoD Gosts, but even CoD gamers are saying its not great, so I'm glad I didnt' get it, but to their credit, it is actually playable.

Batman AO: Copy and paste. Nuff said.

I'm extremely disappointed in both of these titles, and that makes me a sad panda.

1 person liked this | ghasmanjr ghasmanjr said:

to top it off. many folks who pre-ordered the game under the advertised "Premium expansion pack" were given no explanation that their so called premium expansion pack did not mean "premium account" but rather just one lousy map pack called China Rising. had they just called it "china rising" by itself it wouldn't be a problem. but consider the history of the franchise, the word premium was typically associated with all the upcoming DLC, they made no attempt to explain the newly differentiated changes during the promotional pre-order period, no asteric, hyperlink, or disclaimer on the pre-order page. countless websites, forums, and gamers out there pre-ordered the game under the assumption that it came with premium account, only to be disappointed and asking where their premium account was.

Actually, those who preordered it received "the premium expansion pack China Rising". There was no fine print saying you didn't get premium because it said you get one expansion. The limited edition of the game just plain comes with China Rising and it was $70 instead of $60 and came with extra battlepacks. Considering they sell the game for $60 and premium for $50, you'd have to be pretty ignorant to think you were getting both for $70.

howzz1854 said:

to top it off. many folks who pre-ordered the game under the advertised "Premium expansion pack" were given no explanation that their so called premium expansion pack did not mean "premium account" but rather just one lousy map pack called China Rising. had they just called it "china rising" by itself it wouldn't be a problem. but consider the history of the franchise, the word premium was typically associated with all the upcoming DLC, they made no attempt to explain the newly differentiated changes during the promotional pre-order period, no asteric, hyperlink, or disclaimer on the pre-order page. countless websites, forums, and gamers out there pre-ordered the game under the assumption that it came with premium account, only to be disappointed and asking where their premium account was.

Actually, those who preordered it received "the premium expansion pack China Rising". There was no fine print saying you didn't get premium because it said you get one expansion. The limited edition of the game just plain comes with China Rising and it was $70 instead of $60 and came with extra battlepacks. Considering they sell the game for $60 and premium for $50, you'd have to be pretty ignorant to think you were getting both for $70.

that's incorrect. the quotation "premium expansion pack China rising" was added later towards the final release date. here is a screen grab of the original promotion before they changed the wording.

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http://I.imgur.com/qh4Imgy.png

countless forums filled with pre-order folks who ordered the game under the original slogan fell for it.

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even EA's own support page are filled with posts of folks asking where their premium account was under the original slogan. people even posted their invoices.

do some googling before you start calling people ignorant.

Burty117 Burty117, TechSpot Chancellor, said:

I would of went with CoD Gosts, but even CoD gamers are saying its not great, so I'm glad I didnt' get it, but to their credit, it is actually playable.

Meh, seems to depend who you ask, one of my friends who's a CoD fanatic not only had issues with the game crashing out when it tried to load a level but if he by chance got into one he got really bad lag.

Agreed on BF4 though, they really need to sort it out, it is such a shame they rushed it, Dice need to stand up to EA and tell them "No we are not rushing it, if you won't play ball we'll find another publisher".

I'm sure there is another publisher out their that would take them on

wcbert said:

What no mention of XCom? Not much of a Christmas list!

2 people like this | JC713 JC713 said:

JC713, since BF4 is already on the list, the decision is already made for you.

LOL. I was just saying gift-wise xD.

1 person liked this | ghasmanjr ghasmanjr said:

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http://I.imgur.com/qh4Imgy.png

do some googling before you start calling people ignorant.

"Preorder now to get a Battlefield 4 premium expansion pack"

The adjective "a" corresponds to "one" as in...you get one expansion pack. There will be four (maybe five, I'm too ignorant to google the correct number) premium expansion packs total, thus giving one away. Don't call me ignorant for understanding the English language.

howzz1854 said:

"Preorder now to get a Battlefield 4 premium expansion pack"

The adjective "a" corresponds to "one" as in...you get one expansion pack. There will be four (maybe five, I'm too ignorant to google the correct number) premium expansion packs total, thus giving one away. Don't call me ignorant for understanding the English language.

I don't know what kind of english you studied under. but look up dictionary for "pack". the word Pack in nature implies a group, or multiple of. who is the ignorant one.

pack

1 [pak] Show IPA

noun

1.

a group of things wrapped or tied together for easy handling orcarrying; a bundle, especially one to be carried on the back ofan animal or a person: a mule pack; a hiker's pack.

2.

a definite quantity or standard measure of something wrappedup or otherwise assembled for merchandising (sometimes usedin combination): a pack of cigarettes; a six-pack of beer.

3.

the quantity of something that is packaged, canned, or the like,at one time, in one season, etc.: last year's salmon pack.

4.

a group of people or things: a pack of fools; a pack of lies.

5.

a group of certain animals of the same kind, especially predatory ones: a pack of wolves.

in another word, "a group of".... of what?

Since EA chose to vaguely NOT disclose exactly the known quantity within the premium expansion pack, until later on when they changed the wording to specifically "China Rising expansion pack". it's only reasonable for a reasonable person to be confused. even EA's own agent in a chat support admited to me that it was confusing, and they changed the wording later on. but offered no solution to the matter. if it weren't confusing to begin with, there wouldn't be countless people online like me, nor pre-order, or even post like this.

here's what FTC defines as false advertisement:

According to the FTC's Deception Policy Statement, an ad is deceptive if it contains a statement - or omits information - that:

  • Is likely to mislead consumers acting reasonably under the circumstances; and
  • Is "material" - that is, important to a consumer's decision to buy or use the product."

again, had they simply said "plus china expansion pack", or link the user on the pre-order page to another page that explains that "Premium expansion pack" does not have the same meaning as conventional Premium upgrade like in BF3, which I had. there wouldn't be an issue. the fact that many online forums are filled with this type of confusion from people who pre-ordered under that "premium expansion pack" slogan says a lot.

1 person liked this | ghasmanjr ghasmanjr said:

I don't know what kind of english you studied under. but look up dictionary for "pack". the word Pack in nature implies a group, or multiple of. who is the ignorant one.

pack

1 [pak] Show IPA

noun

1.

a group of things wrapped or tied together for easy handling orcarrying; a bundle, especially one to be carried on the back ofan animal or a person: a mule pack; a hiker's pack.

2.

a definite quantity or standard measure of something wrappedup or otherwise assembled for merchandising (sometimes usedin combination): a pack of cigarettes; a six-pack of beer.

3.

the quantity of something that is packaged, canned, or the like,at one time, in one season, etc.: last year's salmon pack.

4.

a group of people or things: a pack of fools; a pack of lies.

5.

a group of certain animals of the same kind, especially predatory ones: a pack of wolves.

in another word, "a group of".... of what?

Since EA chose to vaguely NOT disclose exactly the known quantity within the premium expansion pack, until later on when they changed the wording to specifically "China Rising expansion pack". it's only reasonable for a reasonable person to be confused. even EA's own agent in a chat support admited to me that it was confusing, and they changed the wording later on. but offered no solution to the matter. if it weren't confusing to begin with, there wouldn't be countless people online like me, nor pre-order, or even post like this.

here's what FTC defines as false advertisement:

According to the FTC's Deception Policy Statement, an ad is deceptive if it contains a statement - or omits information - that:

  • Is likely to mislead consumers acting reasonably under the circumstances; and
  • Is "material" - that is, important to a consumer's decision to buy or use the product."

again, had they simply said "plus china expansion pack", or link the user on the pre-order page to another page that explains that "Premium expansion pack" does not have the same meaning as conventional Premium upgrade like in BF3, which I had. there wouldn't be an issue. the fact that many online forums are filled with this type of confusion from people who pre-ordered under that "premium expansion pack" slogan says a lot.

People are intentionally blowing this out of proportion. Yes, a pack implies multiple items. China Rising expansion pack includes multiple maps, guns, vehicles, and equipment. I don't see how they misused the term "pack". I studied the English language in a manner not to read into things. EA isn't exactly Shakespeare. They were not trying to be clandestine about their actions nor were they attempting to mislead their customers. BF3 came with a single expansion pack for those that preordered so it is a safe assumption that BF4 would come with a single expansion pack for those that preordered. If you want something for nothing, keep voting Democratic.

howzz1854 said:

People are intentionally blowing this out of proportion. Yes, a pack implies multiple items. China Rising expansion pack includes multiple maps, guns, vehicles, and equipment. I don't see how they misused the term "pack". I studied the English language in a manner not to read into things. EA isn't exactly Shakespeare. They were not trying to be clandestine about their actions nor were they attempting to mislead their customers. BF3 came with a single expansion pack for those that preordered so it is a safe assumption that BF4 would come with a single expansion pack for those that preordered. If you want something for nothing, keep voting Democratic.

who is the one blowing this out of proportion. you're the one started getting into the grammar. and now your'e the one deviating off into politics. let me guess, you rather those who do not have health insurance to just die. or you rather pay NO taxes at all with NO government. I think we all know where you stand. Or perhaps you can pave your own road and take out your own garbage and live on your own little island with your own imaginary WMD.

for the record, the promotion was misleading, if it weren't there wouldn't be so many people asking the same question online. EA wouldn't quietly change the wording later on. I know I am amongst many. next time you want to call somebody ignorant, better check yourself.

1 person liked this | St1ckM4n St1ckM4n said:

I'm just gonna pop in here and say - the original wording of BF4 Premium would make me believe I'm getting the Premium pack (ignoring prices).

The advertisement (http://I.imgur.com/qh4Imgy.png) has pretty much the same wording as BF3 premium pack.

Guest said:

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.

nazartp said:

The entire selection sucks. 2014 with Witcher 3 cannot come soon enough.

Baldur's Gate II remake may be something that I will look at. In all honesty, hoping someone will pick up the Vampire Masquerade and either redo the game or just work off The World of Darkness universe. Ports from pen and paper RPGs tend to have well developed backgrounds to provide immersing gameplay.

ghasmanjr ghasmanjr said:

for the record, the promotion was misleading, if it weren't there wouldn't be so many people asking the same question online. EA wouldn't quietly change the wording later on. I know I am amongst many. next time you want to call somebody ignorant, better check yourself.

I don't see forums full of misled individuals; I see forums full of people that are trying to get EA to give them premium for $10 instead of $50. Looking at their history, I would say that they are going to be sorely disappointed. You can't exactly call me ignorant when I have looked into the forums and I understand what they are talking about. They (and you) just want something for nothing. A simple Google search is all that is required to see that Premium and the game are not even sold together yet. I wanted to purchase a premium edition of the game as I know that I will purchase it. I purchased premium already because I support games that I love, unlike some individuals.

howzz1854 said:

I don't see forums full of misled individuals; I see forums full of people that are trying to get EA to give them premium for $10 instead of $50. Looking at their history, I would say that they are going to be sorely disappointed. You can't exactly call me ignorant when I have looked into the forums and I understand what they are talking about. They (and you) just want something for nothing. A simple Google search is all that is required to see that Premium and the game are not even sold together yet. I wanted to purchase a premium edition of the game as I know that I will purchase it. I purchased premium already because I support games that I love, unlike some individuals.

now you're just trolling. it was NOT a simple search during the promotion period when information was NOT widely available to people.

not only you don't know English, which judging by your political background, I am not surprised. but you don't even know how to do a proper search.

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another example I posted before.

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and more

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one of the post was started by me, while others I chimed in. and that was just from the first page of the search result. one only has to do a search for the word "premium" in EA's support forum you come up with countless similar threads, as well as threads with people confused by what the premium offers.

again, here is what FTC says about false advertisement:

According to the FTC's Deception Policy Statement, an ad is deceptive if it contains a statement - or omits information - that:

  • Is likely to mislead consumers acting reasonably under the circumstances; and
  • Is "material" - that is, important to a consumer's decision to buy or use the product."

this means that if enough people are confused by a statement that lacks information, it's a potential ground for false advertisement. and it has already been pointed out here by not just me that the original slogan was confusing.

you keep bringing up "want something for nothing". I don't know where you keep getting that from. but that's not the issue here. the issue here is not getting what you paid for, or getting less than what you paid for, or getting less than what you thought you paid for simply due to the mis-information, or lack of information that was given. had the promotion been clear and informative to the consumers during the promotion period, some people would choose to NOT pre-order, some would have. I would have chose NOT to pre-order and waited a year until the game was in the bargain bin.

but it seems your frustration stems from something else entirely not related to this issue, but rather political. perhaps whoever you voted for lost and now you're just bitter. perhaps you should elect more official in your district to represent you in the future to get what you want, or run for office yourself. this is a democratic nation, majority wins. you might not like the current administration, or the direction that it's going, tough luck. but take that condescending tone else where. because keep trolling here with the same "want something for nothing" is not helping anybody and certainly not contributing to the post.

Guest said:

<sarcasm>Me too I get my panties in a bunch about spelling and grammar on the Internet.</sarcasm>

Seriously, stop with the ignorance, most people's first language is _not_ English. If you must correct them, do it to help; no need to be a prick about it.

Back to the topic at hand: I recommend giving Path of Exile a go, it is a nostalgia godsend (for D2 addicts).

howzz1854 said:

It was never an issue, until someone started the "proper English" agenda. but otherwise I could tYpE liKe tHIs tOO.

1 person liked this | cliffordcooley cliffordcooley, TechSpot Paladin, said:

It was never an issue, until someone started the "proper English" agenda. but otherwise I could tYpE liKe tHIs tOO.

No the problem is you don't understand that "a pack" does not include everything as in "all packs", even when it is labeled as "Premium". Premium pack is not the same as premium account. That was your mistake and apparently others as well, assuming premium ties everything premium together. If a pack is not itemized, then you can assume it comes with nothing or settle with what comes with it. I can promise you EA is in the business of making money and will not give anything away when it was not specified.

Mooseinadesert Mooseinadesert said:

Really? They put Call of Duty Ghosts on that list? That game is utter garbage and the port is complete shit. It doesn't run on any PC well, this is a PC centric site, I assume they would have known.

howzz1854 said:

No the problem is you don't understand that "a pack" does not include everything as in "all packs", even when it is labeled as "Premium". Premium pack is not the same as premium account. That was your mistake and apparently others as well, assuming premium ties everything premium together. If a pack is not itemized, then you can assume it comes with nothing or settle with what comes with it. I can promise you EA is in the business of making money and will not give anything away when it was not specified.

I can agree with that to a certain extend. and that was the issue and confusion that myself and many others had during the pre-order phase. had EA done a more informative job on differentiating the pack vs account in the pre-order phase, this would be a none issue. but they chose to be vague in the beginning and only changed their wording toward the end. it does not however change the fact that it was vague to begin with. I simply was pointing out the issue that took place in the beginning and that consumers find themselves confused.

ghasmanjr ghasmanjr said:

you keep bringing up "want something for nothing". I don't know where you keep getting that from. but that's not the issue here. the issue here is not getting what you paid for, or getting less than what you paid for, or getting less than what you thought you paid for simply due to the mis-information, or lack of information that was given. had the promotion been clear and informative to the consumers during the promotion period, some people would choose to NOT pre-order, some would have. I would have chose NOT to pre-order and waited a year until the game was in the bargain bin.

You didn't pay for premium so why do you deserve it? You got exactly what you paid for which was the game itself and possible one expansion, pending you preordered it.

No the problem is you don't understand that "a pack" does not include everything as in "all packs", even when it is labeled as "Premium". Premium pack is not the same as premium account. That was your mistake and apparently others as well, assuming premium ties everything premium together. If a pack is not itemized, then you can assume it comes with nothing or settle with what comes with it. I can promise you EA is in the business of making money and will not give anything away when it was not specified.

+1

howzz1854 said:

You didn't pay for premium so why do you deserve it? You got exactly what you paid for which was the game itself and possible one expansion, pending you preordered it.

+1

if the "pre-order" users knew exactly what they were getting then yes. except in this case. the effort and information that was available to the pre-order customers was not clear, therefore misleading, and NOT exactly what one paid for.

howzz1854 said:

I'm just gonna pop in here and say - the original wording of BF4 Premium would make me believe I'm getting the Premium pack (ignoring prices).

The advertisement (http://I.imgur.com/qh4Imgy.png) has pretty much the same wording as BF3 premium pack.

you're not the only one.

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St1ckM4n St1ckM4n said:

I've heard rumours that COD:Ghost runs badly on PC too. Fps issues with GTX 780, and that youtube PewDiePie dude apparently ran into issues with dual Titans.

cliffordcooley cliffordcooley, TechSpot Paladin, said:

And here I am enjoying LotR: War in the North, from the latest Humble Bundle.

Even with the ridiculous 80% CPU usage on an i7-2600K. And that is from the second of executing the game, without selecting a character and loading a saved point.

St1ckM4n St1ckM4n said:

LotR is good? I think I own a copy somewhere across my platforms....

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