07/08/08– Globally renowned games magazine PC Gamer is hunting the world’s favourite PC games - and wants your votes.
As a global force in games media, published by Future since 1993, both UK and US editions of PC Gamer are championing the hunt to compile a list of truly unmissable PC titles.
The inaugural PC Gamer Readers’ Top 100 follows on from the always controversial PC Gamer Top 100, where the team runs down their favourite games. Gamers now have the chance to tell the gaming community what they think is best, and just how wrong they think the PC Gamer team were! This year, the PC Gamer UK team named Team Fortress 2 their favourite title of all-time, hotly followed by Deus Ex, with Half-Life 2 in third place.
PC Gamer UK’s Top 10
10 UFO: Enemy Unknown
9 Planetscape Torment
8 Hitman Blood Money
7 The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
5 Medieval II Total War
4 World of Warcraft
3 Half-Life 2
2 Deus Ex
1 Team Fortress 2
Head over to www.pcgamer.co.uk/top100 and vote now! You will need to register, but this means you are able to login and change your mind on your final choices right up until the closing date of 29 September. The results will be printed in the following issues of PC Gamer UK and PC Gamer US.
One lucky voter will scoop a fantastic, top-of-the-range gaming PC, courtesy of PC Gamer Readers’ Top 100 sponsors, Cyberpower and AMD.
From Command&Conquer to Doom, through to Half-Life 2 and BioShock, the database currently features more than 600 games, with the option to submit your requests if your favourite title isn’t currently in the list.
Ross Atherton is Editor of PC Gamer UK:
“For years our readers have always reacted to our annual Top 100. This is every gamer‘s chance to tell us their opinion, and to tell the whole world what the best PC games ever are. With our American colleagues, we urge PC gamers to take five minutes to vote, and help us give the PC gaming world a voice.”
Vote now at www.pcgamer.co.uk/top100.
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For more information
Will Guyatt, Future UK Media Relations Manager, 01225 822517.