Free to play and easy to learn, Dauntless is a bit like Monster Hunter World, but for everyone of any skill level. For a more casual monster hunting game, it has surprising depth, beautiful graphics and crossplay between PC and console players. Hunt this one down today!
Console gamers who crave the precision offered by a keyboard and mouse can look no further than the Razer Turret, a newly minted, precision gaming keyboard and mouse designed exclusively for the Xbox One. And all those fancy colored lights are a cool bonus.
If you love soccer but don’t like the complexity of most sports games, you might enjoy Legendary Eleven and it’s more arcade-like interface. You don’t need fancy controller skills to pull off some legendary maneuvers on this field, which makes Legendary Eleven worth kicking around.
A perfect balance between dungeon-running and deck building, Slay the Spire is one of the most unique and fun rogue-like titles that our reviewers have played in a long time. You will easily find yourself delving ever deeper, and trying to build the perfect deck to get you just a little bit further.
A perennial favorite in Japan, the Dragon Quest RPG has never been hugely popular in the west. That should change with Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age, a title that is as good, and equally beautiful, as any turn-based RPG that you will find.
Aces of the Luftwaffe Squadron is a scrolling shooter that is completely outrageous in its presentation and overall premise, and that’s a good thing. It’s a ton of fun to pick up and play, and with local co-op, the possibilities for frantic action are limited only by your imagination.
Dead Cells is flat out difficult, but it’s the good kind of difficult. It punishes poor play, rewards skill, and most importantly, never makes you feel as though you’re stuck. This all makes for a highly enjoyable experience where you wont mind dying again and again.
Packed with stunning visuals, an engaging murder mystery, interesting characters that are a cross between humans and animals, deep combat and a world shared with Stories: The Path of Destinies, there is a lot to love about Omensight’s unique gameplay and story.
On the surface Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom seems like a whimsical fairytale, full of anthropomorphic animals, genial sky pirates and a young king coming of age. But just below that surface is a much deeper game and story that is not to be missed.
When it launched 10 years ago, Burnout Paradise was a revelation in racing games, where spectacular, slow-motion crashing was even more enjoyable than the racing part of the sim. Burnout Paradise Remastered offers a better visual punch, without changing nearly anything else.