October 22, 2020

Daylight

Like Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Daylight is a first-person survival-horror game you play without access to weapons, checking out an obviously haunted healthcare facility while relying solely on the protagonist’s in-game phone. The twist: the levels are procedurally created, possibly adding a replay angle.

The Elder Scrolls Online

The Senior citizen Scrolls lastly takes a run at what it’s most likely been marching toward all along: an impressive, deeply Dungeons & Dragons-indebted high fantasy MMO covered around its sprawling narrative history and IP. Try to find PS4 and Xbox One versions to follow at some point this summertime.

Ragnarok Odyssey ACE

If you have actually constantly believed Monster Hunter can do with a bit more Odin, Thor and Loki, Ragnarok Odyssey ACE could be the action-roleplaying video game you have actually been looking for. It’s a spruced up version of PS3-exclusive Ragnarok Odyssey, launched in October 2012, but for both PS3 and PS Vita and packing all the original’s DLC, plus a slew of tweaks and new music by Final Fantasy legend Nobuo Uematsu.

Age of Wonders III

A turn-based fantasy strategy video game for PCs in 2014? A follow up to one of the best fantasy technique series ever devised? By the original series designer, started in 1997 and still undamaged some 17 years later on? Gorgeous-looking 3D maps? A multiple-sides playable project? A random map-generator? Up to 8-player online multiplayer? Can I get a hallelujah?