5 video games for which I am grateful (and five for which I am not)
Before you, you were sitting around the table for Thanksgiving, you BLURRIER face and that you regret life, there is something I want you to do for me. And this can be done, whether you are or not part of those families where everyone says in turn that for which he is grateful. Once the family is seated and ready to eat, you get up, raise a glass and explain that you want to toast the next five games. Father will ask you to sit down, and you tell him — harshly — for tais-toi. It is crucial to state, hitting that tweet with the kind of strength that allows the table to know: okay, it's time for serious.
This may sound drastic action, but I assure you that it is absolutely necessary. Just wait to have finished the list, and I think you will agree that these are five games so good that the only way to truly convey their brilliance is disrespectful to your father. Experience the best of the best and what you should be most grateful for this holiday season.
Personal Groundhog Day Bethesda is a blast from start to finish. Not only has some of the games of the smoothest shooting and the most satisfying of the year, but he also got my vote for the best new character — Colt Van. The levels may be small, but they are diverse, offering a booty to those who are bold enough to search every nook and cranny. And the story is captivating to its dramatic end. There were many good things in 2021, but Death loop could be the cream of the crop.
If you sit on a Nintendo Switch and you have not bought a copy of Metro id Dread, you might as well retire from the game. The last adventure of Camus could well be his best to date, using the maximum Switch the equipment to offer a masterclass in both style and substance. It looks good, plays well, and if you have one of these new Switch brilliant OLED, there is no better way to break it.
Guardians of the Galaxy is a game dark horse contender for easy year and there are many reasons to be thankful. It's fantastic, and I can not help but think that this is precisely what the Avengers should have been. Instead of relying on a half-loot system prepared for Destiny-esque to make us come back for more, Eidos-Montreal opted for a tighter solo experience. And it paid off. Guardians of the Galaxy is a wonderful adaptation of its source material, full of jokes full of wit and catchy melodies, and frenetic gameplay.
It is time that the Xbox Series X gets its first real killer application. Just in time for Christmas too. 5 Fora Horizon is the pinnacle of the series, bringing his unique blend of style races limeade and construction of the unprecedented world. Playground Games has once again delivered an absolute masterpiece, and if you consider yourself a runner, or, indeed, a video game player, you must go to the starting line and to grab a copy.
While the original game in the series derived from Sega Yakuza — Judgment — was launched in late 2018, I was immersed in the story of lies and deceit of its protagonist at the beginning of this year. And it quickly became one of my favorite games of the last decade. Enter Lost Judgment, which repeats the formula concocted in the first game and adds a pinch of this and a dash of that to create just what Judgment and more. In addition, the suite offers a new story set in the charming city of Aurochs absurdly dense. Make skateboarding, smoke cigarettes, beat up teenagers and solve a couple of murders. What more could you ask for? I am grateful for the lost judgment.
Go to PAGE 2 for five games I'm not as attached.