Top 5 Most Recent Video games

After a handful of lackluster posts in the Phone of Responsibility franchise, Contemporary Warfare 2 restored the series to its previous glory. Having a tight single-player marketing campaign, a better multi-player experience and a brilliant audio/visual presentation, it’s easily one of the ideal shooters of them all.

It’s been 10 years since FromSoftware released their sprawling, gothic fantasy impressive Darker Souls, as well as its successor, the even more punishing Dark Spirits III, is a testament to the studio’s ability to craft one of a kind settings. With Elden Ring, FromSoftware takes its tried-and-true strategy and exercises it out into what relates to the most thick world at any time rendered on the console. It requires hours to explore and you may fight 157 unique bosses in the process.

The Stanley Parable was obviously a master class in postmodern game style when it first launched in 2013. The remaster Ultra Luxurious takes that original perspective and greatly improves it, delivering a mordantly self-referential, bitingly meta experience that’s really worth returning to.

Developer Tango Gameworks manufactured a name just for itself when using the pulpy, janky Evil Inside series, however it was Ghostwire: Tokyo that basically orbited success. Leaving the suburban disasters of American suburbia behind pertaining to eldritch, rain-slicked Tokyo, this shooter is normally every bit while bleak and hardcore as you might expect — not to mention silky smooth in the first-person cartoon and vibrant enemy design. This is the sort of game you may sink deep into even though banging devils on your way to an ersatz 7-Eleven for some health-restoring mochi.