24 Games have just received their PlayScores on the PC last March. Let’s check them out right now. Fear Effect Sedna Building on the foundations of the Fear Effect franchise, indie developer Sushee took a shot at resurrecting the classic title with new gameplay and characters. The games’ reviews, however, were mixed at best with most critics citing its reportedly broken tactical system and underwhelming voice acting. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 5.56. DEAD DOZEN Like a more survival focused Dead by Daylight title, Fntastic returns to their familiar wasteland and gives the chance to play as lowly survivors or vicious ghouls. It’s a multiplayer that lets you loot, barricade, and shoot it out with ghouls–or get turned into one. But, with players complaints about its glitches and shady devs, it receives a Provisional PlayScore of Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash Surprisingly, it looks like wet, bouncing bosoms aren’t all you need to make a game sell. Not that Senran Kagura’s summer-friendly activities don’t help tho, with their waterguns and beautiful waifus.

It is unfortunately haunted by a glaring lack of online players and a tendency towards the not-fun kind of grinding. Skirting the borders of decency, ratings-wise, it has a PlayScore of 6.59. Super Seducer : How to Talk to Girls Super Seducer aims to serve the twofold purpose of education and entertainment. More fantasy than actual dating advice, it does at least succeed at its undeniable comedic value. Spanning 10 episodes, enroll in the school of seduction and take in advice from their resident chick magnet. More funny than fun or helpful, it has a PlayScore of 6.81. Surviving Mars Paradox Interactive’s take on our possible Martian future, channel your managerial skills and help your human colonies survive the challenges of the red planet. Build a sustainable for your inhabitants by balancing the life inside the dome and exploring the mysteries of the surface. Promising but leaning a bit towards micromanagement tedium, it has a PlayScore of 6.96. Pure Farming 2018 Fulfill your Rural Recreation in this latest Farming Simulator fro developer Ice Flames. Use the latest state of the art farming machine and technology and travel between Europe, Asia, and America to grow your agricultural empire.

While there’s not a lot of innovation in this title, it does leave a lot of room for improvement. It has a PlayScore of 7. Total War: ROME II – Desert Kingdoms Culture Pack A DLC for Creative Assembly’s ROME focused Total War title. Desert Kingdoms lets you indulge in delights of warfare in the sandy battlefields of ancient Africa and Arabia. Take a pick from an array of new factions that specialize in the tactics of the deserts.

It’s a fun new add-on to an already great title. With unique and balanced units, it has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.17. Sea of Thieves Sail off to the high seas in this naval co-op adventure from the popular Rare studios. Answering to a growing demand for nautical hijinx, Sea of Thieves lets you become part of a hardy crew of pirates. It opens up an opportunity for emergent gameplay as you work together in sailing around the vast seas. Not immunite to tedium and griefing, it has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.19. Attack on Titan 2 Koei Tecmo’s video game adaptation to the popular anime finds its sequel. Following the event of the anime’s second season, this game features enhanced Titan movements and attacks that require players to maneuver seamlessly.

Meet new faces, including new ones, and customize your own Scout. Offering hack and slash action to the style of the fan favorite anime, it has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.41. Devil May Cry HD Collection Relive the fire and fury of Dante’s hack and slash adventures with this high definition edition. This collection contains his first appearance in Devil May Cry until the introduction his twin brother in Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition. 3 action-packed titles to rediscover the power of the demon warrior. Panned for a few bugs and glitches, it receives a PlayScore of 7.53. A Way Out The success of Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons motivated Hazelight Studios to create a new IP involving their signature co-op elements. Take on the role of two prisoners trying to survive the life behind bars. Together, find a way to escape this maximum facility by teaming up to solve puzzles. An exclusively co-op game, revive the couch party experience and feel the brotherly love in action. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.62. Hearts of Iron IV: Waking the Tiger Another title from Paradox Interactive.

A DLC for their gritty strategy simulation, Hearts of Iron IV, Waking Tiger opens our eyes to the powers of the Orient. With a broader focus on Japan and China, channel your imperial ambitions and play your part in the deadliest war in history. Make cool new decisions, form nations, and tinker with focus trees. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.8. Heroes of Hammerwatch Brave the procedurally generated lands of Hammerwatch in this roguelite action adventure you can play with your friends. Play with up to three friends in co-op, and scour the kingdom for enemies, puzzles, and loot. With randomly generated levels and persistent progression, it offers endless replayability for your and your friends. Conquer the pixel paradise with a Provisional PlayScore of 7.81. Assassin’s Creed Origins: The Curse of the Pharaohs The third expansion to Assassin’s Creed’s latest title. Bayek journeys to Thebes and comes face to face with the Pharaohs of old. A vast new territory to explore, The region of Thebes boasts an array of gorgeous sights packed with exciting surprises.

Bridging the gap between here and the afterlife, it’s rife with reference to the lesser known aspects of the Egyptian mythos. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.86. Battlezone: Combat Commander Breathing new life to an almost forgotten piece of FPS history, Big Boat Interactive adds a new shimmer to the 1999 classic. Giving it a graphical makeover, Combat Commander looks fit for the modern age with updated textures and new achievements. Command your battalion against its advanced AI or test your strategies against friends with their cross-play multiplayer. It has a PlayScore of 7.87. The Council A stunning new twist on the episodic adventure, The Council’s first episode is a slow burn. It welcomes you into its dark and mysterious universe as you take on the role of Louis de Richet in the year 1793.

Following an invitation to a secret society, use his skills to navigate issues of diplomacy and occultism, all while investigating the inner workings of the council. It has a PlayScore of 8.02. Life is Strange: Before the Storm Farewell Capping off DeckNine’s spinoff to the critically acclaimed coming of age story, Farewell connects the two series by looking back at the childhood friendship of their two main characters. It’s a standalone bonus episode that reunites Chloe and Max, still in cusp of innocence and youth. A perfect end to the prequel before Life is Strange’s upcoming title, it has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.12.

Rise of Insanity Red Limb Studio’s psychological horror will challenge you to traverse the dark recesses of our minds. A linear, story-driven adventure, take on the role of psychologist Dr. Stephen Dowell. Help him attempt to make sense of his new patient’s conditions, all while dealing with his own demons. Strap on your VR goggles, and prepare for chilling atmospheric terrors. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.13. CHUCHEL From the horrors of the mind, let this casual indie adventure cleanse your palettes with the adventures of their quirky furball. From the creators of Machinarium, Botanicula, and Samorost, comes a fun puzzle game starring the hairy Chuchel and his rival Kekel. Solve a variety of visual riddles and bring back the precious cherry. A vibrant and endlessly charming title, it has a PlayScore of 8.14.

Northgard Venture up North into Viking territory and take part in the building of a new settlement. It’s a strategy city builder that will you pit you against changing weathers, vicious direwolves and more in your quest to create a new community. Conquer its campaign using different types of victories or play against friends and I until you reach leaderboard valhalla. It has a PlayScore of 8.26. FINAL FANTASY XV WINDOWS EDITION The Final Fantasy franchise is getting a heartfelt welcome on the PC.

This port shows off a wealth of magnificent content like high resolution support, DLCs, and a new first person mode. An achievement in videogame development, the masterrace embraces it with the full might of their customized builds. See through the eyes of Noctis, and experience Eos like never before. It has a PlayScore of 8.27. Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom This is the sequel to the gorgeous Ni No Kuni game from 2010.

Travel to a kingdom of good vs evil. Step into King Evan’s shoes as he gets ousted for reasons unknown, he must embark on a life-changing journey and become a true leader to find his true self. Meet memorable characters, feel the game’s heartfelt story, and utilize the game’s dynamic combat system. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.4. Bio Inc. Redemption The life and death consequences in the world of medicine is no game…at least not until Dry Gin Studios turned it into one. Devise the ultimate disease or find the cure to the mystery illness before the last heartbeat. Build up your skills across a host of diverse challenges, and unlock a treasure trove of exclusive diseases. Distilling the world of medicine into a gorey and educational strategy game, it has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.88. Banyu Lintar Angin – Little Storm While it doesn’t exactly count as game, the indie interactive story will surely put a smile on your face. Telling the story of three siblings from rural Indonesia, its charming illustrations perfectly capture the joys of brother and sisterhood.

Bask in secondhand nostalgia with this free to play nugget of goodness. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 9.06..

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