Ashwalkers is a pretty good survival journey. It is both simple and difficult at the same time managing the group is easy...if you have the resources. If you are the least bit curious, I'd give Ashwalkers a shot, especially with 34 different endings, you're going to have different experiences for a few playthroughs!
Even with my negative player experiences, which is actually part of playing the game, I had a blast playing Rust. If I had more time to be consistent in a play schedule, I'd love to find a group of players to create the ultimate compound, helping and recruiting players who have no one and just dominate with having a good time!
Windbound is a decently fun game. Through the story didn't pull me in, the visuals and upgrading the ship were what kept me wanting to play more. If you're a fan of Windwaker, Windbound may not satisfy your craving with the survival pieces added in. But if you're looking for a different survival game, or if the premise of Windbound sounds like it will float your boat? Grab it!
In the end, the MyCareer in NBA 2K21 is a blast to playthrough! Adding an epic story with some amazing actors just sucks you right in. I highly recommend ballers looking to jump straight into My Neighborhood, please take the time to play through it at least once to experience it, you can tell they put some hard work into building it for us. Like an echo from last year, all sports games should strive to be as great as the NBA 2K series MyCareer mode. Give us a story and let us BE the character.
At the end of the fright, Remothered: Broken Porcelain is probably a must-play for fans of Remothered: Tormented Fathers, but newcomers may not want to jump in at this game if you're looking for the full story. If you are though however are looking for a quick thrill and not too worried about some gameplay issues, Remothered: Broken Porcelain could be something to take a stab at.
Fans of Outward should really enjoy these new additions, as it has something for every player to enjoy, from exploring, to enchanting, to corrupted magic. I did run into some bugs along my journey around The Soroboreans. Some of these actually have gotten fixed with the latest update, so though it adds some great content, you may also run into some technical bugs.
Even though I ran into some pretty heavy technical glitches on my playthroughs, Blacksad: Under the Skin was a really fun game. The story was fun and enjoyable. The way the characters were presented was really well done too. If you are an adventure or mystery fan, this game could be right up your alley. It was for me, and I hope a sequel is being spoke of.
Murder by Numbers was a fun game for me to play. It was a nice change of pace to a lot of the current games and the puzzle aspect got my brain working well towards the end of the game. I would definitely recommend Murder by Numbers to puzzle, point and click, and visual novel fans. Take a break and enjoy something different!
Since this is my first interaction with Lucky and this being the 'fixed' version, I am really glad Playful Studios re-released this game. It's fun, cute, and somewhat challenging. It may not cater to the more experienced platform gamer, but I could easily see younger gamers really take to this game. If you're the least bit interested, I'd definitely say give it a shot!
Chikara: Action Arcade Wrestling is a lot of fun, especially playing with friends. New modes are being added all the time, but playing along may grow stale after a little bit. Kudos to VICO Game Studio for keeping on the updates and keeping the game moving forward. With a starting price point of $15, wrestling fans would enjoy hours of gameplay.
Overall, John Wick Hex deserves your attention. It's got action, tactics, a great story, and a slick look. Fans of the movie would definitely enjoy the extra lore the developers took the time to create a story that fits perfectly in the world of John Wick Hex. The price of $19.99 is a solid deal for this game!
If you are a simulator fan like myself or wanted the opportunity to be able to get behind a backhoe, Construction Simulator 2 can do that for you. Although it isn’t perfect, it does a decent job of how the construction equipment works and getting you at the front desk at a construction company, and give you some fun along the way.
Solo: Islands of the Heart sets off what it wanted to do; Be bright, cheerful, and make you think. The game is calming and intriguing enough to want you to keep solving the puzzles and moving to see what happens next. Fans of puzzle games should take a peek at Solo: Islands of the Hear, but most gamers may take a pass at it.
Any NHL fans know that the latest NHL game is a must by. There are some tweaks from 19, but maybe not enough to satisfy the hardcore player. CHEL and Be a Pro fans should be satisfied, unless they play other sports games and see the lack of story or depth that characters can have. Even with these gripes, NHL 20 still stands as an amazing sports game that will continue to have no competition.