In Pictures: The 21 PC games that matter most, right now

Spring (southern hemisphere) is here, and PC gaming is about to heat up. Starting with Borderlands 2 (pictured here), there's a bevy of new games coming to PCs this fall, and many of them look good enough to merit serious attention. From complex tactical strategy games to fast-paced, modern military shooters and everything in between, chances are there's a game coming out soon that will be perfect entertainment for all your holiday "down time." Have a look at this gallery, and tell us what you think in the comments section. Did we forget any critical nuggets of awesomeness?

Hitman: Absolution Don’t let the hyperviolent advertising and grim title of Hitman: Absolution deter you from picking up this promising puzzle game when it arrives on the PC later this year. We call it a puzzle game because, while it’s possible to carry out protgaonist Agent 47’s assigned assassinations in a blaze of gunfire, the real challenge of a good Hitman game is figuring out how to solve every mission by leaving no trace and harming no one (aside from your target). We hope Absolution lives up to the quality we’ve come to expect from Hitman games; we’ll know for sure when it hits stores in November.

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