Top 5 Most Recent Games

The latest games aren’t necessarily the most popular of the year. But they’re the ones that stood out the most. You’ll still be talking about and playing them long after they’ve been released regardless of their captivating stories, enveloping environments or their relentless gameplay.

XCOM 2 is a superior sequel to the original. It offers a new perspective and a revamped 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 in the same time, with a sophisticated gameplay that doesn’t compromise the fun factor that is inherent to it.

Brutal Legend, the first non-Squaresoft game to use Unreal Engine 4, proves that old school action can be effective. The game is a riot of nostalgia, combining the bleak beauty and grandeur that can be found in PS1 classics, as well as modern action games.

Despite some of the most tedious grinding in the genre, Spec Ops: The Line is a great shooter that’s more focused on the story than before. It’s by far the most exciting installment to date in the series, with an sci-fi setting that’s accessible and difficult to sympathize with and a character that’s familiar but also difficult to empathise.

Despite a lack of new content, Final Fantasy XIV has found itself firmly back in the good graces of its players following a downturn with Warlords of Draenor. The game’s resurgence can be attributed to a renewed focus on storytelling, and to the dedication of the development team to improve the base experience with a range of extensions that make it one of the few subscriptions to an MMO you’ll wish to stay with. 2021/

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