Last time I played as a sniper was in Battlefield Bad Company 2, where you have to do sound masking using natural phenomenon. That is where I actually loved to play as a sniper using all the environmental skills. Then I saw some gameplays of previous Sniper Elite games when they came out and I was so excited to play them but didn’t get the chance.
Switch – or Die Trying, according to its Steam description, “is a 2D puzzle platforming game with a heart-warming narrative, that mixes classic platform mechanics with a nimble ‘switching’ twist.” It is the most recent title from indie Indian developer Threye Interactive and has all the features and charm of an indie game. It features unique characters, which are letters of the alphabet. It is a fun and whimsical, however, it is not without its faults.
For Honor released earlier in February and to date the game has really delivered in most aspects. After getting deeper into the Ubisoft game, it becomes quite the thrilling and immersive online action game. The primary component of this game focuses on the PvP combat and its plethora of game modes such as domination and round based arena style dueling. After playing mostly online content, I found that the campaign offers some interesting storyline as well as helping the player grasp a feel for the different classes and their respective play styles. For Honor out of the gates was felt amazing to play, the combat system feels fluid and the built in combo system of attacking makes for a really satisfying play through.
Kill the Bad Guy by developer Exkee and Plug In Digital is a puzzle/strategy game that focuses on vigilante justice and killing off the worst humanity has to offer across the world. If you are looking to add an entertaining puzzle game, then look no further; this is the game for you.
There are a lot of different types of RPG games, and different gameplay styles. Torment: Tides of Numenera is something else. I have play Dota 2, Dragon Nest, Final Fantasy, etc, everything has a different play style. But there are a lot of things common in them, the character build intelligence, we fight the mobs / enemies and bosses. Torment: Tides of Numenera is something else in itself.
Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey is the second installment of the Mysterious Journey series by KOEI TECMO America. The story follows an ambitious protagonist and her older sister as they travel to Reisenburg, where Firis hopes to become a licensed atelier.
Dystoria is a…well, to be honest, I have no idea how this game should be classified. The player controls a ship from a third-person perspective and shoots at enemies while moving around on a mostly fixed platform. And when I say “platform,” I actually mean a multi-layered surface that often wraps around edges and corners, taking you up the sides of walls and upside down under the “floor” (in outer space, up can be down and vice versa – you get the idea). The game seemingly takes a lot of inspiration from older arcade titles, such as Tempest and Galaga, and melds all of that into a single, simple gameplay experience that stands on its own. It’s definitely a solid game, and I would say it even has the potential to be great, but it stumbles a bit too frequently.
theHunter: Call of the Wild by Avalanche Studios, Expansive Worlds and astragon Entertainment might just be the “ground-breaking open world hunting simulator” you’ve been waiting for. The game implements realistic animal behavior, ballistics, and even weather cycles. There is not much of a tutorial and the player is dropped into the world with a gun and a map. Although there are initial voice overs and some tips, the player is pretty much left to their own devices.
Bikes, born of automobiles, and pumps adrenaline in the body once the rider is riding it. I remember playing Motocross Madness and doing all the stunts around in the whole terrain provided. Also, the Moto GP series, playing with those racing bikes and looking at those graphics made me so excited.
Developed by Omega Force and based off one of the most popular dark fantasy mangas, Berserk and the Band of the Hawk follows Guts as he slashes his way through a world torn apart by war and demons. The game implements both segments of anime and rendered cut scenes to bring the world of Berserk to life.