Today, hoping you stay safe and at home, we have a lot of new stuff for you. We have also a new freebie for you , we hope you like this free game we offer you, hoping you play it instead of hanging around and also we hope you like our Tuesday’s picks 😉
There are thousands of games in quarantine sale currently on indiegala.com Plus you get Knights of Pen and Paper as bonus spending more than 10$
But here we are with my favorite games of today….
Then, there was fire.
Dark Souls is not a game. It’s an experience.
Dark Souls teaches you. And if you can understand his teachings, Dark Souls will help you to define yourself as a person.
Commitment, sacrifice, hard work. The lesson that in life nothing is achieved without struggle, but also the fact that there is always another possibility … this and much more.
This is not Skyrim and button mashing will not help you. But like old coin-ops, most enemies kill you in 3 or 4 hits.
Hundreds of players have said that this is a game that “does not hold your hand”. But this is a good thing. It makes you explore, go slowly through the game, and use trial and error to understand each level, how to deal with it and find out what style of play works for you.
This remastered version has exactly the same content of Prepare to Die edition that includes the game and DLC. Ther are framerate fixes and the textures are updated and higher resolution. So this is the best possible version you can get.
I have to say that I am really a sucker for RPG like Monster Hunter World. The perfect combination of a single-player game, with multiplayer aspects – suiting just about anyone.
Monster Hunter is essentially a form of RPG where you and up to three other players take on missions to hunt large monsters in maps. Every level is almost like a boss fight. It’s a game that sets a genre with series like God Eater and Soul Sacrifice doing their own take but never managing to be as good.
Monster Hunter World does have a story, also. But to be honest it is nothing special.
The graphics are excellent, and each of the five main exploration regions feels vibrant and alive as you stalk your deadly prey across deserts, swamps, jungles, and the beautiful coral highlands. The hub town of Astera is also very fun to wander around and explore, chatting with residents, accepting quests, growing plants or testing new weapons at the training grounds.
There is a good amount of different monsters to fight. They range from cool-looking flying dragons to a T-rex, a lightning unicorn, and others hard to describe like one that’s made of bone and rolls around like a tire.
In conclusion, Monster Hunter World is a fantastic game! Very fun and rewarding. Can you beat it in 50 hours? I have played it for 200 so far.
Stellaris is not a game for everyone.
It’s perfect? No. But it’s understandable. Stellaris is a HUGE title.
Sometimes it’s not perfectly balanced and gameplay can cause problems on huge maps.
But Paradox with titles like this really makes the history of strategy on PC. As well as being a game, Stellaris manages to be a great generator of stories, events, things to tell. Between the numbers and the icons, a plot, a space work always emerges: and this is the sign of a product made with love.
The best part of the game is that it is constantly updated,
If you like large-scale strategy games. You can’t get enough of Stellaris. Among Tuesday’s picks, this is the game I am playing today.
The last game of Tuesday’s picks is Tekken 7 and There is nothing much to say here.
Gameplaywise Tekken 7 is one of the best ever enjoyed in the historic saga by Bandai Namco.
Exceptional collisions and blows that “you seem to hear it” make the fight unbelievable.
Technically, Unreal Engine 4 gives it a solid graphic in very inspired arenas. Maybe the single-player lacks content, compared to competitors ( Injustice? ) but that’s the only culprit you can find.
We’ll get back tomorrow with more suggestions because quarantine sale continues, and also our home isolation!
Stay Inside, Stay Safe and Enjoy Good Games.