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1993-1994 Matt Bielby 1994-1995 Gary Whitta 1995-1996 Jonathan Davies 1996-1999 Jim Flynn 1999-2000 James Ashton 2000-2003 Matt Pierce 2003-2006 Mark Donald 2006-2009 Ross Atherton 2009-2012 Tim Edwards 2012-2013 Graham Smith 2013-2017 Samuel Roberts Tim Edwards Graham Smith Tony Ellis Craig Pearson Tom Francis Richard Cobbett Jon Hicks Jim Rossignol John Walker Alec Meer Matt Avery Chris Buxton Andy Butcher Michael Gapper Kieron Gillen Mike Channell Tim Stone Adam Oxford Quintin Smith Duncan Harris Drew Northcott David Lyttleton Chris Thursten Tom Senior Marsh Davies Andy Kelly The British edition of PC Gamer has been in constant monthly publication since 1993.Subscribers get a special edition of the magazine with no headlines on the front cover (only the masthead and BBFC rating).The magazine has several regional editions, with the UK and US editions becoming the best selling PC games magazines in their respective countries.The magazine features news on developments in the video game industry, previews of new games, and reviews of the latest popular PC games, along with other features relating to hardware, mods, "classic" games and various other topics.
The Swedish edition, though rooted in its UK counterpart, has grown to be more independent, largely due to the immense popularity of PC games compared to console games in Sweden, and now produces most of its own material.
The magazine originally shipped with an accompanying 3.5-inch (89 mm) floppy disc.
A CD demo disc (labelled CD Gamer) was released alongside the floppy disk edition from issue 11 onwards with the first CD Gamer containing all the content from the previous 10 issues' floppy discs. An edition with a 9 GB DVD known as DVD Gamer ran alongside the 2CD edition for a couple of years, until production of the CD Gamer edition ceased as of issue 162.
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PC Gamer reviews are written by the magazine's editors and freelance writers, and rate games on a percent scale.