There are many great video games to play now. You can relive old memories (or create new ones) with them The Final VII Remake and initiate into the powerful events of internal demonic slaughter Nioh 2 either Eternal Judgment. But the experience of public broadcasting should not be about playing big games. Here is a list of “mini” games that can help you get rid of whatever they may be.
In my time here Kotaku, if I'm not writing great results whatever, I write about indie games with the tag "Heather & # 39; s Indie Pick. Many of the games I've played have not been produced at major studios like Rodstar or Bethesda. They come from small groups made up of developers who live all over the world, from Brazil to Brooklyn. I have compiled this list based on the type of experience you may be looking for. Each game is great, so if you want a good time, all you have to do is catch any of these.
I want first-person action!
Play Great action. This first shoot-a-thon accessory is being published by New Blood, people who have released similar castbacks Evening
I want something good!
Play Coffee talk. It's a life-threatening game made up of orcs, succubi, and roads. Read consumer orders for drinks and listen to the daily resources of the day as you provide comfort and watch their lives take place within a few weeks. You can complete this in about one to two hours but it is worth every second. If you can't get enough bartnd, double it by matching this VA-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action. (However, be warned before: that the game is a bit of a ton of content and content.) Both games are available through Nintendo Switch, which means you can get out of bed for a cool experience.
I want something challenging!
Play Lucah: The Birth of a Dream. Lucah blends the intensity of the action game with the Boss-based development a Soulslike The art style is a provocative writing that not only helps the fight look amazing but also links the themes of isolation. Lucah
I'm looking for something that is incredible!
Play Tales From Off-Peak City Vol. 1. The goal is simple: stealing a saxophone from a pizza parlor. The journey is more complicated. The demolition of pizza delivery by a mysterious neighbor with residential buildings and a world-changing magic offers the opportunity to be ruled by the government and the most perplexing scenes. There is nothing quite like it Tales from Off-Peak City, except maybe for the previous Cosmo D game, Norwood Suite. Off-Peak City unique but beautiful. Both are an old school play game, a walking simulator, and a classic heist simulator. You can download itchio, with a wide release coming to Steam on May 15th.
I'm looking for something awesome!
Play Paratopic. If you want to panic without all the Neses anxiety chasing you, this is the right game to play. It's a short work that uses film editing techniques to tell a little story of isolation and monsters. Hard cuts from one scene to another make us uncomfortable, and as anxiety rises from moment to moment, so will your heart. It's a lesson in how scary it can be, and it's also one of the most influential games of the last few years.
I want to play Metroid!
Play The stage. Developed by Brazilian engineer Long Hat House, The stage is a good spin on Metroid where you play as a hero on a journey to defeat a totalitarian dictator. Holding comes from how the game handles movement: you can only move by jumping between and between walls and the roof. The result is a detailed, powerful and experimental twist that truly rewards people's awareness.
I want to play Zelda!
Play C.an advertisement for Hyrule. I feel like some people have missed the fact that it's a bad theme in music Zelda the game was released last year. While playing as Link or Zelda itself, you can wander through a hole full of random and magnificent slopes at the edge of some of the boss battles that attack. All the while, you can enjoy reminiscent of Danny Baranowsky's songs. Fast! Musical Zelda! What else do you need?