Call of Duty has had its fair share of sequels, location settings and expansions. If you haven’t heard of the game by now, well….we’re not entirely sure how you’ve achieved this to be honest.
There’s plenty to do in Just Cause 4, be it the actual campaign or simply wreaking havoc across the land.
Yes, yes, let’s get it out of the way first – Minecraft. Minecraft won’t be on the list because it’s just to obvious. People have built some really amazing stuff in Minecraft, from functioning computers to extremely detailed replicas of entire fantasy worlds – we usually manage a 2×2 house before we lose interest, but then we usually also don’t have the patience to wait in front of the microwave while it heats our hot-pockets, so there is a reason for that.
Hitman 2 throws us into an invisible war – a world behind the one we know.
PUBG is one of those games that some can pick up and get a win instantly and some need a few pointers. Here is what we suggest to get a win.
It’s a difficult topic for sure – Fortnite is the most popular game in the world, and as such, there’s a good chance that you and your friends all play it…probably even together. This poses an interesting problem: You probably want to improve your skills and play better, but with your friends looking over your shoulder, that’s not so easy to do – not to mention that you may get some dubious advice and ‘tricks’ from other players anyway.
Strange Brigade is immensely fun, doesn’t take itself too seriously and allows wonderful interplay between the characters.
Valkyria Chronicles 4 is a solid game. One that provides plenty of challenge and is suitable for both established and new fans of the series.
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