Whatever your platform of choice – Epic, Steam, Origin or Uplay – there are masses of new and updated games to add to your wishlist. These new games include the best crash and slash-edge titles with new ray-tracing capabilities, as well as local updates to the best RPGs, puzzle games and collaboration masterpieces.
We’ve played them all and out of those picked the best for you in a full list of new sites here, so sit back and enjoy.
1- Beyond Good & Evil 2
Beyond Good & Evil, 2 is the long-awaited prequel to the last generation classic and after all this time is it any good?
This game is a deeply textured, philosophically driven utopian civilisation explores slavery, genetic engineering, control, cultural issues, going into the supposed long-term knock-on effects that come with these issues. Great gameplay and colourful graphics all the way.
Beyond Good & Evil 2 has taken 15 years to appear on the scene, Michel Ancel is an experienced designer, and the game looks much grander and more thoughtful, but what made him take him so long?
We are moving on through the games to number 2 in the wishlist.
2 – Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
It’s a game featuring lego characters, what more can we say about this except if you’re a Lego and Star Wars fan, you will love it.
The Skywalker Saga is a brand new game, and this isn’t a remaster of the original Lego Star Wars game. This game has newly updated graphics that blend realistic elements with Lego blocks and figures.
With constant overlaps of developer TT Games quick humour and a great script, we feel the younger you are, the better the game.
From children gamers to classic gaming – Star Wars
3 – Vader Immortal – Star Wars Franchise
Only on PSVR after previously launching on Oculus, Vader Immortal will let you master the force and battle against Darth Vader, this game has terrific animation. It is part game and part film, which makes it a winning combination.
At the same time, the VR platform brings the game alive, and this is the element you need; otherwise, the storyline is dull, but if you’re die-hard Star Wars fan and a resident on Hoth, be right at home – so let the force be with you, gaming buddy.
Let’s go from the force to being forceful.
4 – God-Fall
God-Fall is an uber aggressive slasher game with a new loop progression system and exciting moment to moment action play, great graphics, spectacular soundtrack and compelling story.
Fast-moving play, you get rewarded for dynamic gaming, a multiplayer action is included and encouraged, so get slashing.
So now on to our final game and the best games of 2020 review.
5 – Vampire – The Masquerade: Bloodlines 2
It’s about Vampires, what more can you say? Except the characters throw you into the grubby underbelly of Seattle where all the vampires live, but luckily in this game, you’re a vampire and you’re ready to bite.
The Masquerade, Bloodlines 2 is a classic roleplaying game, filled with lots of player choices, a strong storyline, creating an adrenaline-filled experience to the end. We give it five stars and plenty of brownie points for imagination and wit.
We couldn’t give you five of the best without mentioning TemTem. For fans of manga and anime everywhere, TemTem is an excellent choice.
Also, If you’re a Pokémon fan, then this is the game for you. It’s so like Pokémon it might as well be Pokémon but without Pikachu. On the plus side, TemTem has female protagonists complete with tight outfits and hair whips.
TemTem is quite silly and odd, but that’s why we like it.
We hope you like the round up of games, as you gamers know there are always lots of new games coming out all the time.
Written by one of our freelance team, this is their opinion and does not reflect ours as a whole.
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