Top 5 Most Recent Games

Top 5 Most Recent Games


The most recent games aren’t the greatest games of the year, but they’re the ones that stand out the most. They’re the ones that you’ll be talking about and playing for a long time after they hit the shelves whether for their captivating stories, enveloping environments, or simply their utterly unrelenting gameplay.

XCOM 2 is a superior sequel to its predecessor. It provides a brand new perspective and a reworked battle system that allows experienced players to surpass their limits. It’s one of the few titles that manages to feel both child-friendly and mature at the same time, with a savvy approach that doesn’t impede its inherent fun factor.

As the first non-Squaresoft release to make use of the brand-new Unreal Engine 4 software, Brutal Legend proves that classic action still packs an impact. The game is awash with nostalgia from every crevice, and has an aesthetic that blends the dark beauty of PS1 classics with the lurid majesty of contemporary action games.

Spec Ops The Line is an excellent shooter with a plot that’s more important than ever. It’s also the most exciting installment in the series to date, featuring an intriguing sci-fi setting and a character that’s both relatable and difficult to sympathize with.

Final Fantasy XIV is back in the good books of players despite a absence of content. It follows a period of lows with Warlords Of Draenor. The game’s resurgence can be the result of a renewed focus on storytelling, and to the ongoing commitment of the team behind the game to continue improving the base experience with a range of extensions that make it one of the few subscriptions to an MMO you’ll want to keep.


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