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PC Advisor launches dedicated games website

More than 50 popular games to download and play

PC Advisor, the UK's leading technology website, has launched PC Advisor Games - a unique, free resource for video games fans everywhere. It is aimed at anyone interested in gaming - from occasional, casual gamers to the most dedicated high-end video games fans.

PC Advisor Games offers more than 50 popular games to download, try and buy, with new games being added daily. There's a lively video-gaming web forum and reviews of the latest games for PC, PS3, Xbox 360, PSP and Nintendo Wii.

Reviews of the hottest PC gaming hardware and a games price-comparison service will save gamers £££s. Plus there's an exclusive gaming blog, latest games video and PC games news that's updated every hour of every day.

"Gaming is an incredibly popular activity with PC users young and old, male and female. Combining our own, award-winning content with lengthy free trials of the latest, popular games, will make PC Advisor Games a winner," said PC Advisor managing editor Matt Egan.

PC Advisor delivers over 3.5 million page impressions a month, with an average 1.3 million unique users. The site has more than 270,000 registered users and the busiest PC advice forum in Europe.

PC Advisor offers comprehensive and impartial buying advice, ground-breaking coverage of service-related issues and some of the most rigorous, in-depth and trusted reviews in the industry.

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