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  27.09.2018

Far Cry 5

What is it? It's chaos in America as you are flown into the war-torn Hope County to fight off the religious zealots that are terrorising the district.

Why we love it While Far Cry 5 may fall short on its narrative potential, its setup crackles with tension and violence. Hope is a glorious tinderbox, ready to flare into gunfire and chaos at any time. As is Far Cry's calling card, it is a meaty shooter with a fine line in improv. It might not be the tightest action game out there, but few...

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Frostpunk

What is it? Gritty survival sim from the creators of This War of Mine in which you are in charge of building the last city of a frozen Earth in an alternative 1886.

Why we love it Frostpunk is a thrilling view of dystopia at the end of the world. You must constuct your city around one of the few remaining generators, stoking it for warmth and gathering resources from the surrounding tundra. From there, your city must expand to survive and you find yourself making some harrowing decisions for your populace...

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  27.09.2018

Onrush

What is it? Boisterous arcade racer that actually isn’t about racing at all…

Why we love it This manic competitive driving game isn’t about finishing first, but causing as much carnage as possible within a stampede of roaring bangers that zoom across endless tracks. It’s a racer that takes more inspiration from Call of Duty and Overwatch as it does Gran Turismo, throwing you different objectives, be it simple destruction of your opponents or controlling fast-moving zones as the pack scrambles for position...

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Wreckfest

What is it? Spiritual successor to Destruction Derby from the develoeprs of muscular racer Flatout.

Why we love it Wreckfest, as the name might suggest, is a game of simple pleasures. Throwing squat old bangers or hulking trucks around a track while smashing into your competitors rarely fails to be entertaining. But Bugbear execute it with real aplomb, with a delightful selection of cars to hurl around and a crunchy, convincing and endlessly...

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  27.09.2018

Overcooked 2

What is it? A second helping of Ghost Town's culinary chaos, as you and up to three pals tear around increasingly fantastical kitchens trying to get the dumplings out on time.

Why we love it In some ways Overcooked 2 feels more like an expansion of the first game than a full blown sequel, with a few new recipes and new dynamic kitchens to make a mess in. But it retains that brilliant, febrile tension as you and your friends desperately...

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  27.09.2018

Strange Brigade

What is it? Spiffing co-op shooter that follows the titular Brigade as the mow down zombies and mummies in the sun-baked stone of Egyptian ruins.

Why we love itStrange Brigade is a game of simple pleasures, really. It focusses on crunchy shooting against a mythical horde, complete with lashings of 30s adventure serial camp and a clipped British narrator teasing the fourth wall. It is a lot of fun, if hardly mentally taxing, with you able to delve into solo, co-op or take on the compelling...

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  27.09.2018

Two Point Hospital

What is it? The spiritual successor to Theme Hospital that we didn't know we needed.

Why we love it While we had high hopes for Two Point bringing the quirky hospital management sim back to life, we didn't realise it would be quite this good. It teems with character and charm, as you open your medical center, build rooms, clear up all the puke and have the janitors taking care of ghosts. There are a brilliant array of ailnesses to cure, including the bulb-noggined Lightheadedness and a psychiatry issue where...

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  27.09.2018

Planet Alpha

What is it?Gorgeous side-scrolling sci-fi adventure inspired by classics such as Another World and Flashback.

Why we love it As our stunning gallery shows, Planet Alpha is a real looker. Its vivid colours and otherworldy ethos would not look out of place on the cover of an Asimov novel. BUt it plays well too, with some solid platform-action and gently taxing environmental puzzling.


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  27.09.2018

Marvel's Spider-Man

What is it? A colourful spin on Spidey from the developers behind Ratchet & Clank and Sunset Overdrive.

Why we love it The swinging is sensational as Spider-Man whooshes through the beautifully crafted urban canyons of New York City. Its myriad distractions follow a familiar template at times, but Insomniac give them a fresh twist with its clear understanding of their leading man. It's enormous fun and has a considerable amount of heart, with...

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  27.09.2018

FORTNITE BATTLE ROYALE

Don’t worry about being late to Fortnite Battle Royale. The creators of this colorful and constructive twist on the battle royale formula ensure that new players have plenty of chances to jump on board, constantly reimagining and retooling the map, weapons and modes. The most dramatic changes take place across seasons, reminiscent of Blizzard’s Hearthstone model. Over a couple of months, players progress through the ranks, unlocking new costumes, gliders and bonuses. And when the season wraps, everybody returns...

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  27.09.2018

SUBNAUTICA

Subnautica first appeared in Steam Early Access in 2014, but didn’t get a formal, full release until this past January. I remember years ago playing a promising but relatively thin and unfinished game that borrowed from previous construction hits like Minecraft while paving the way for the glut of survival games that would flood the market during its lengthy development. How wonderful to say that Subnautica in 2018 is richer and more mysterious than I could have expected, a sprawling and playful experience...

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  27.09.2018

NI NO KUNI 2: REVENANT KINGDOM

No, you needn’t have played the first Ni no Kuni to enjoy its sequel, a feverishly optimistic (and welcomingly naive) Japanese role-playing game inspired, in part, by the works of Studio Ghibli. Its colorful animation conceals a rich but not overly complicated kingdom-management system that gives the adventure a grand sense of scope. A fairytale storyline gives its motley band of heroes a playful pep that feels anachronistic, if not flagrantly in conflict with our times.

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WRECKFEST

The lengthy development of Wreckfest encapsulates the trajectory of midsized independent game studios over the past six years. Developer Bugbear began work on the project in 2012, around the same time that Double Fine’s Broken Age established Kickstarter as a potential funding tool for modestly scoped games. So in 2013, Bugbear tried to crowdfund its game. When it became obvious the studio wouldn’t meet its $350,000 goal, it terminated the Kickstarter campaign.

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  27.09.2018

SEA OF THIEVES

Sea of Thieves emerged as a promising game in need of more content — a chaotic pirate sandbox kept interesting by its players. The core concepts of the game have simmered over time, its flavors bolstered by a regular update schedule and new systems that enhance the the game’s appealing foundation.

The beauty of Sea of Thieves is how organic and responsive it is. Very few systems stand between the player and the pirate sandbox. There are minimal menus, and goals are...

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  27.09.2018

PREY: MOONCRASH

In 2017, Bethesda released a handful of deep and inventive single-player games, including Prey, The Evil Within 2 and a stand-alone expansion to Dishonored 2. Critically lauded, none of them sold especially well, raising questions about the sustainability of smartly designed single-player games, particularly those in the immersive sim genre. Since then, some fans and critics have speculated on what the developers of these projects might be forced to create to stay alive. Vapid first-person shooters? Cynical...

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  27.09.2018

Celeste

Not many masocore platformers are designed so that your seemingly endless string of deaths serves as a tie-in for a larger metaphor about overcoming depression and anxiety, but Celeste manages to do it artfully. Playing as Madeline, determined to summit the mountain Celeste, your pixelated character dashes, wall jumps, and climbs through the levels of the pseudo-haunted pastel 2D world, fighting the physical embodiment of her self-doubt, on her difficult, introspective journey to self-actualization. There...

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  27.09.2018

God of War

God of War is pinned somewhere between a hyper-realistic Norse mythology simulator and a satisfying 30-hour beat-'em-up that turns an axe into freaking Mjolnir (y'know, Thor's hammer?). Its storytelling, action sequences, art direction, and highly detailed approach to world-building draws up one of the greatest anti-hero stories ever told and delivers a sense of scale and scope that would throw George Miller into a tizzy. One minute, you're fully into a Man Of Steel-esque fight scene with a stranger and the...

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  27.09.2018

Monster Hunter: World

If you've been itching to invest all of your foreseeable free time into an expansive sandbox world, consider Monster Hunter: World! Easily the most accessible game in the Monster Hunter franchise, this one still doesn't quite hold your hand as it runs you through its basic machinations, like how to track down monsters or properly upgrade your weapons, but it offers enough direction to send off even the newest players on a big dino-monster slaying adventure. Figuring out your combat style and quest strategy...

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Dead Cells

Dead Cells is an overstimulated fever dream, sure, but Motion Twin’s debut hits every checkmark that’s attached to rogue-lites and Metroidvanias. It’s an action platformer that keeps you grounded and invested -- throwing you head-first into a 2D pixelated nod to Dark Souls that replaces "serenity now" with "kill, die, learn, repeat." Its difficulty is right up there with the likes of Spelunky and Hollow Knight, but it balances those hair-pulling, pixel-perfect deaths with a ridiculously awesome upgrade system...

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  27.09.2018

Florence

Mountains’ Florence is a twee look at love and heartbreak, and how both can permanently change a person for the better. It follows Florence Yeoh, a 20-something who puts her everyday routine on pause when she falls for a bearded cellist named Krish. Florence's story, told through a beautiful interactive puzzler, is wordless, swipe-friendly, and full of minigames that recall the golden days of WarioWare, but the way in which it unfolds and uses its aesthetic to carve relatable moments into your heart is second...

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Shadow of the Colossus

Remaking an original work largely considered a masterpiece is a tricky dance to pull off, but the newest version of Shadow of the Colossus makes it look easy. The spirit and adventure of the 2005 PS2 game remains the same -- fight the gigantic stony colossi, ride your horse around a ruinous fantasy landscape, save the befallen maiden -- but it looks a whole lot sleeker thanks to Bluepoint, the studio also responsible for the PS3 remaster, rebuilding the improved graphics from the ground up in ultra HD. Return...

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  27.09.2018

Octopath Traveler

The Bravely Default team’s SNES-inspired, HD-2D turn-based battler is a remarkable tribute to every JRPG ever. It binds its stunning pop-up book design to highly detailed sprites that recall Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy 6; harmonizes its eight different characters with superb level design and an overworld that is crawling with secrets; and swaps the endless grind of similar RPGs for an intuitive play style that requires a whole lot of hypothesizing to deal massive amounts of damage. Octopath Traveler is...

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  27.09.2018

Mario Tennis Aces

Mario Tennis Aces revives Mario Tennis in the right way. It’s extremely competitive, Wario is there, and Spike coughs up tennis balls while Chain Chomp somehow embodies Andre Agassi's prowess. The Switch title has its imperfections -- its story mode is an in-depth tutorial with a few hazards along the way -- but its flaws turn into the fodder for lonely GameFAQs diatribes when you jump online and discover Aces is actually just a fighting game. Rackets have their own health bars and can be broken, resulting...

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  27.09.2018

Dragon Ball FighterZ

PSA: Dragon Ball FighterZ is anime on bath salts. The latest entry in Akira Toriyama’s series is a hyper-stylish 2-D fighter that sticks to its source material. Its three-versus-three approach makes last year’s Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite look like Shaq Fu with infinity stones, and its shared command list is a welcome change for newbies and EVO heads. There’s levels to the mechanics but you’ll mostly find yourself getting whooped by some 10-year-old from South Dakota who triggers a Dragon Ball Z finish that...

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