Top 5 Most Recent Games

Top 5 Most Recent Games

The latest games may not be the most exciting games of the year however they’re the ones that stand out most. They’re the ones you’ll keep talking about and playing for hours after they’ve hit the shelves – whether that’s for their compelling stories, enveloping atmospheres, or their unstoppable gameplay.

While most sequels are incremental improvements to a formula, XCOM 2 rises above its predecessor with an original perspective and overhauled combat system that has an endless amount of possibilities for experienced players. It’s among the few titles that manages to be both kid-friendly and mature while still being a fun game with smarts that don’t overwhelm its 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 can still pack punch. The game is a blast of nostalgia, combining the bleak beauty and majesty that are found in PS1 classics with modern action games.

Despite some of the most frustrating grinds in the genre, Spec Ops: The Line is an excellent shooter that’s more focused on the story than before. It’s also the most intriguing entry in the series to date, with an intriguing sci-fi set-up and an antagonist that is both relatable and difficult to connect with.

Final Fantasy XIV is back in the good books of players despite the absence of content. This follows a period of lows in Warlords Of Draenor. The game’s revival is due to a renewed focus on storytelling and a continuous commitment from the development team to enhance the game’s experience with a range of expansions that make this one of the few subscription MMOs that you’ll want to stay with.

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