We’ve written before about how the best games are usually sold on Steam or the PSN.
This time around, we’re going to try to find out how to get the best deal on PC, consoles, and mobile on any game on the market.
Now, it might be tempting to think of this as just an apples-to-apples comparison.
For example, say you have the likes of Diablo III and Hearthstone on sale on the Xbox Store.
But there are games that you can find on both platforms, so you can’t really compare apples to apples.
In this article, we’ll look at the best-selling PC games, the consoles, the mobile apps, and what we found to be the best console/mobile games to play on any platform.
The list of PC games that have the most games in the top 10 is a long one.
There’s Battlefield 4, Battlefield 3, and the upcoming Doom on the PC, and Battlefield 4 has over 1.2 million downloads on Steam and Xbox Live Arcade.
And, of course, there’s the list of console games, which includes a few surprises.
There are a few console games that seem to be in line with the PC market, such as Battlefield 4 on the PlayStation 4, Call of Duty: Black Ops III on the PS4, and Dead Rising 4 on Xbox One.
On the PC side, you’ll find a handful of PC titles that are worth a look.
Battlefield 4 is probably the best game in the genre, and you can buy it on the Microsoft Store for $30.
Call of Duty is a good bet on the platform, and it also comes with a free Steam key.
Dead Rising 4 comes in at $40.
Doom is also worth checking out, as it comes with free Steam keys, which are good to have for any of the upcoming games.
Also worth checking into is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which has been out for quite some time now.
Finally, there are a couple of mobile titles that have been getting a bit of attention, namely Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare and Pokemon Go.
All of these titles are available on the Google Play Store for free.
However, they are all priced higher than on Steam.
So, let’s dive into each of the games that we’re interested in.
First up, we have Battlefield 4.
I have Battlefield 3 and Battlefield: Bad Company on my wish list, and I’m looking forward to playing them on the next-gen consoles.
As for Call of War, the console game is probably going to be my first stop, as I can’t wait to get into that.
Pokemon Go has been a hit on both the PC and Xbox platforms.
Additionally, there is an Android version of the game, which is currently in development for the Nintendo Switch.
Lastly, there isn’t a lot of mobile games, so it’ll be nice to get something on my radar.
With that out of the way, let us start looking at the top 20 PC games.
Battlefield 3, Battlefield: Hardline, and Call of Duties: Black Out have a combined total of 1.21 million total downloads on PC.
It’s not a surprise to see that Call of the Dead is the most popular PC game, but it’s not the only one.
Another top PC game is Battlefield 4 for the Xbox One, which sits at a respectable 2.5 million downloads.
For the PlayStation 3, it sits at 2.2m, and for the Wii U, it’s 2.0m.
While you’ll want to check out Battlefield 4 at the higher-end of the PC platform, there aren’t too many games on the console platforms that are going to make you sweat.
Here’s a list of the best mobile apps for the iPhone and Android: The Best Free Apps for iPhone and iOS (click to enlarge) These are all free to download and use on your smartphone or tablet, but they are also available for free on Apple’s App Store.
To get a quick summary of what you can do with them, check out our iPhone/Android mobile apps roundup article.
That wraps up our top 20 best PC games to get you playing.
If you want more information on these games, check back soon for a video preview of the latest Battlefield 4 game.
In the meantime, if you’d like to check the best PC/mobile game deals, we’ve compiled a list from all the big websites here.
Do you have a game that you’d love to play in a browser, but don’t want to spend hours downloading?
Do a quick search for PC/Mobile Games that You’d Like to Play in Browser on any Website on PC or Mobile (click to zoom)