The Top PC Games of 2014

2014's Five Best PC Games

Whether it was the release of the long awaited World of Warcraft expansion or Out of the Park Baseball 15, PC gamers had an outstanding year in 2014. Some of the best and highly anticipated games were released, allowing fans to sit back and enjoy all there was to offer. Here are 2014's five best PC games.

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls

Releasing a magnitude of content for those already in love with the Diablo franchise, the Reaper of Souls expansion pack allowed players to level through new campaigns and collect upgraded gear. This expansion pack allowed Blizzard to reconstruct Diablo III into what fans were asking for, receiving praise and great reviews in the end.

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Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft

Another substantial release from Blizzard, Hearthstone allowed players to act as their favorite Warcraft franchise characters in an online strategy card game. After defeating the introduction levels full of hints and advise, this free to play game allows players to create powerful custom desks and choose from a wide array of abilities or weapons in order to defeat others online.

Year Walk

Year Walk, part of the horror adventure genre, was known for its puzzles and creepy atmosphere. Originally beginning as an app for iOS, this release continued strong on to PC, allowing gamers to use their ability to observe situations at hand. Year Walk is known for being downright terrifying at times, however.

Out of the Park Baseball 15

Ranked the second best PC game in 2014, OOTP 15 allows players to completely create their own baseball world. While most games focus on only playing the game, OOTP has all of the management duties needed to keep the sport great including drafting players and setting up custom rosters.

World of Warcraft

With the release of Warlords of Draenor in 2014, Warcraft had a fantastic year with content and sales. This expansion to the already favorable role-playing game had both critics and fans raving about innovation. Players received the ability to created their own home bases, known as garrisons, and characters dear to the Warcraft franchise made appearances.