2018 was yet another big year for PC games, but which were our favourites? With just a few weeks left in the year, this week's episode of GameSpot's PC-focused show Steam Punks is turning its focus to the best PC games of the year.
Jess begins by praising Lucas Pope's Return of the Obra Dinn, which she says is one of the most unique, compelling, and challenging games of the year. Ed sings the praises of the mech strategy game Into the Breach, while Jess explains why Unavowed from Dave Gilbert's Wadjet Eye Games is the best point-and-click adventure game of the year. The difficult survival strategy game Frostpunk was also one of Edmond's favourite PC games of the year, while Jess talks about all the reasons she enjoyed Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire this year.
Edmond and Jess also respond to your questions and comments about last week's Steam Punks, where we talked about why Fallout 76's controls on PC are a mess. Be sure to watch the full video in the embed above to see it all! And come back next week where Jess and Edmond are breaking down the most disappointing PC games from this year.