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- arrow_rightThe Last Of Us Remastered
- arrow_rightResident Evil 5
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- arrow_rightNever Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna)
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1. The Alliance Alive HD Remastered / アライアンス・アライブ HDリマスター
The Alliance Alive HD Remastered marks the glorious rebirth of the acclaimed RPG brought to you by FuRyu Corporation. Uniting the talents of Writer Yoshitaka Murayama, Designer Kyouji Koizumi, Art Director Masayo Asano, and Composer Masashi Hamauzu, this epic adventure combines classic fantasy stories and visuals with modern, innovative gameplay. Players can develop their party’s skills through combat-based character growth, immerse themselves in the game’s lush world via dynamic vehicle-centric exploration, and form alliances with various guilds and factions to access new vehicles, magic, areas, and more!STORYHumanity has been shattered and enslaved by invading Daemons from another realm. The Dark Current, a cataclysmic event caused by the Daemons’ emergence, has decimated the population and divided land into separate regions, leaving the survivors to be subjugated by Daemonic overlords.
A thousand years have passed since that fateful event, and mankind will remain silent no longer.
To reclaim their home and free their people, an unlikely fellowship of heroes will band together to spark a fiery revolution. They must form alliances with the remnants of resistance throughout the world and make a united stand against the the Daemon legions. If they fail, humanity as they know it will remain forever lost to the dark...KEY FEATURES
- A Vivid World: From lava-covered wastes to snowy mountains, the numerous themed realms around the world offer their own unique experiences and challenges. Navigate each diverse environment by utilizing an armada of different vehicles, including ships, riding animals, and flying machines.
- Forged in Battle: The ferocity and strife of combat can draw forth your inner reserves of power. Build up determination to enter a state of Ignition, which allows you to execute devastating critical attacks. Repeated use of weapons and Ignition attacks also have a chance to “awaken” a new skill for your characters mid-battle.
- Stand Together: You cannot challenge the Daemonic invaders alone. Form alliances with Guilds and factions to muster the strength needed to fight. Uniting your forces also grants you access to various resources and tools to aid you in your journey, including new vehicles, areas, magic, and more.
Categories in common with The Alliance Alive HD Remastered / アライアンス・アライブ HDリマスター: Role Playing
2. The Last Of Us Remastered
The Last of Us is a post-apocalypse 3rd person adventure with a distinct focus on naturalness and photorealistic graphics. It is the first title in the IP, followed by the second part, coming out in 2019 by Naughty Dog, mostly known for 'Crash Bandicoot' and 'Uncharted' series.
You play as Joel, delivering small requests in America, the year 2033, precisely 20 years after Cordyceps fungus catastrophe which have turned human hosts into infected shrooms. Your next quest is to deliver 14 years-old Ellie, immune to the virus to the hospital in the other end of a state. It is a usual story of two characters getting along throughout their journey.
You need to fight fungus infected and usual soldiers, patrolling the territory — ammo and health are of the essence here, because it is post-apocalypse and everyone is short of resources. You face multiple encounters with bosses, various traps, and numerous puzzles. Let alone the number of collectibles telling a complete story of an epidemic world.
Platform: PlayStation 4
3. Resident Evil 5
Resident Evil 5 (also known as Biohazard 5 in Japan) is the third-person shooter with elements of a survivor-horror game. This is the fifth main installment in Capcom’s acclaimed franchise Resident Evil.
The story follows Chris Redfield, the protagonist of the original Resident Evil, and his partner Sheva Alomar. As the members of the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance, they are tasked to intercept an illegal bioweapon trade in Kijuju, Africa. Upon arrival, they find out that Kijuju is infected by Las Plagas, parasites that turn its carriers into zombie-like creatures.
The game is notable for being a departure from the series survival horror roots towards more action-oriented gameplay style. The other significant innovation in the series brought with Resident Evil 5 is cooperative multiplayer for two players. There are many situations during the game that requires two players cooperation therefore if in singleplayer the second characters is controlled by AI.
4. Resident Evil 2
Resident Evil 2 is the remake of the 1998 game of the same name.
The plot of the remake is identical to that of the original game. The story follows the survivors of a zombie virus outbreak in the fictional Raccoon City. There are two protagonists: Claire Redfield, a high school student, and Leon Kennedy, a policeman. They both search for the ways to escape the infested city. Companions, such as Ada Wong and Sherry, occasionally follow the protagonists. The characters eventually uncover the dark secrets of the Umbrella Corporation, which created the virus as a biological weapon, and fight its monsters, such as the Tyrant.
The player controls either Leon or Claire from the third person view in a 3D environment. The two protagonists' storylines are intertwined. The player can complete the scenario playing one of the protagonists, and then replay it from the other character's POV, with all his previous actions taken into account. The game combines puzzle solving with zombie fights. Both protagonists use firearms as their main weapon; however, ammo is scarce.
Changes from the original
Besides the updated graphics, the remake features a new camera and controls. In the original game, the controls were relative to the position of the player's character rather than the camera. The remake uses an over the shoulder camera, and the movements are relative to its angle. There's also no more loading screens, and the characters move between locations seamlessly.
5. Resident Evil 6
Bioterrorism ... Terrorists infect the US President with a vaccine that makes him an aggressive zombie. And one of the heroes of the game will have to kill him. Behind the terrorists, there is a mafia organisation that wants to hide the truth about the impossibility to control the biological weapons developed by it, which turns people into zombies. Bioterrorists opposed by a detachment of special forces - it serves two other characters.
The action of the game periodically turns from a personal vendetta into a global catastrophe and back. One President-zombie is replaced by whole cities of infected. Zombies and mutants, bioterrorists, special forces and mercenaries - they all act constantly, fight and survive in open territories and secret bases.
In total, you can play for seven characters, including a woman - the head of terrorists. Four story campaigns, after going through one line of the plot, you can choose another lens and see the events from a different perspective.
There are many enemies, but ammunition drops out of them after death. The more dangerous is the enemy, the more ammo is dropped. In hand-to-hand combat, various combo attacks help. The complete passage of the game is described as approximately 25 hours of pure action.
6. Beyond Good & Evil
The game belongs to the action adventure genre, but differs significantly from other games of this genre in the quality of the game world. All the characters that the main character of the game meets have their own personality, you can almost always talk with them, and even the dialogue scenarios with each of them have several options, and vary depending on the situation in the game.
Constant changes are common to the whole game world. Any significant action of the hero or his opponents, any noticeable change in any one place entails a change in other places.
The game takes place in the year 2435 on the planet of miners Hillys, which suffers attacks from DomZ monsters. These creatures abduct the inhabitants of the planet.
The elite unit of galactic special forces - Alpha Sections - protects the population of the planet from aliens. However, there is an underground rebel organization IRIS Network on the planet. The IRIS Network does not believe that Alpha Sections is really at war with the aliens.
The main character of the game is Jade, a girl of 20 years. She and her uncle organized a shelter for children whose parents were abducted by DomZ. The shelter is located on a small island with a lighthouse.
At some point, Jade is being attacked by the so-called Eye of the DomZ - it looks like an attempt to take over her mind. Uncle helps repel the attack.
And then the representative of the rebels of the IRIS Network begins to contact Jade, and says that Alpha Sections does not protect the planet from aliens, but, on the contrary, in every possible way contributes to the final defeat.
Jade begins to act as a photojournalist, collect materials to expose Alpha Sections.
Further, there are many events in the game and several completely unexpected twists, revealing both Jade's special abilities and her very special origin and purpose.
The basis of the gameplay - solving puzzles and riddles, finding the right directions and finding the right buttons to open the doors.
Many tasks are impossible without a partner. There are several partners in the game, and they can not only help with puzzles, but also take part in battles.
When encountering enemies, Jade fights with Daï-jo's staff. Subsequently, she acquires weapons capable of hitting targets at a distance.
To move, Jade uses hovercraft, which can be improved, both in terms of movement and in terms of weapons - hovercraft also has it.
Jade is constantly taking pictures. She is paid for the photo, although the main task of Jade is to procure Alpha Sections revelations.
7. Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna)
Never Alone is set in Alaska and is meant to faithfully represent the folklore of a local indigenous ethnic group, the Inupiat. Kisima Initchua means "I am not alone" in Inupiat, and the name describes the gameplay perfectly. The player always controls two characters, switching between them when needed: Nuna, a small Inupiat girl, and her pet polar fox. Characters have different abilities: Nina can use tools, while her fox can jump, run and climb way swifter than the girl. In the co-op mode, each player controls one of the characters.
The plot is narrated like a traditional oral tale in Inupiat language with English subtitles. On a quest to save an Inupiat village from the magic blizzard, Nuna and her fox will travel through the snowy Arctic tundra and frozen icefields, occasionally diving under the ice. They will have to evade a variety of enemies, such as white bears. As they complete levels, new video and audio clips are unlocked, providing you and Nuna with knowledge of Inupiat culture. The game was approved by the Cook Inlet Tribal Council, and about 40 Inupiat community members provided the developers with the insight of their folklore to keep the game authentic.
8. Condemned: Criminal Origins
Condemned: Criminal Origins is a grim crime thriller that lets you play the role of a detective and investigate the murder of a young woman. The game features a dark and paranoid atmosphere with some disturbing imagery. The player controls the protagonist, an FBI agent Ethan Thomas, who was summoned to a crime scene in an abandoned building. His job is to collect the evidence, such as fingerprints and fluids, and send it to the FBI forensic laboratory to find clues to the mystery. Thomas will use the information he gathered to solve puzzles and access new territories of the fictional Metro City. His goal is to track down the murderer who is likely a famous serial killer. The job proves to be dangerous, as Thomas has to visit some of the darker places in the town and fight thugs and psychos, while the main villain seems to keep an eye on him.
The combat system in Condemned: Criminal Origins is more realistic than in most first-person shooters. Here, firearms are able to kill people in one hit, however, they are seldom used, and the ammunition is very scarce. Ethan Thomas mostly uses improvised weapons, like shovels, wrenches and even a mannequin arm. Melee weapons also allow you to block enemy hits, and mastering timely blocks is essential to avoid being killed.
Categories in common with Condemned: Criminal Origins: Action
9. Homefront: The Revolution
Homefront: The Revolution is an open-world FPS developed by Dambuster Studios. It is the second game in the series.
In 1972, a technological marvel emerged in North Korea. The APEX corporation was found. Sometime later, the North Korean technologies become more widespread than the US. In 2004 the United States began to buy its weaponry from Korea. By 2016 the United States economy is at an all-time low, the US invade the Middle East. In 2025, the US debt to North Korea grows too immense to be paid out, and the economy crumbles. While being helpful at first, North Korea's military set foot on the American soil. You become a part of the resistance based in Philadelphia in 2029 trying to set the city free from Korean People's Army.
The players have to use the insurgency strategies in order to free the city of Philadelphia from the KPA. A wide set of explosives, jammers, and traps is available to the player. It is possible to modify the weapons the player has on the go. Attach suppressors, scopes or convert your weapon entirely as you see fit.
Philadelphia is split into three zones: the Green Zone where the KPA and their collaborators live in comfort with stable electricity supply and clean drinking water; the Yellow Zone which serves as a ghetto for most of the Philadelphia residents; the Red Zone which mostly consists of bombed-out suburbs of Philly.
A four-player co-op mode is present in the game and is separated from the main campaign.
10. Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012
All-new and redesigned, Magic: The Gathering — Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012 takes last year’s massive hit game to even greater heights with better graphics, more options, and new challenges!
Face off against the AI, or gather your allies for the new multiplayer format: Archenemy, where you team up to take down a boss opponent. And if one of your fellow Planeswalkers drops out, no problem–the AI will drop in for uninterrupted action!
Featuring ten unique decks, Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012 also lets you customize those decks. As you progress in the game, you can enhance your deck by swapping in new, unlockable cards!
Gather your allies. A challenge awaits.
11. The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan
The Dark Pictures Anthology is a series of stand-alone, branching cinematic horror games featuring a multiplayer mode.
In Man of Medan, five friends set sail on a holiday diving trip that soon changes into something much more sinister...
Embark on a horrific journey aboard a ghost ship.
Experience your terrifying story with a friend online or go for safety in numbers with up to five players offline.
All playable characters can live or die. The choices you make will decide their fate.
Who will you save?
Don't. Play. Alone.
Network Players 2-2 - Full game requires PlayStation®Plus membership to access online multiplayer
Online Play (Optional)
The BANDAI NAMCO logo is a trademark of BANDAI NAMCO Holdings Inc. All rights reserved.
Published by BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc.
Categories in common with The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan: Adventure
12. Battlefield: Bad Company
Battlefield Bad Company is unique in the series "Battlefield" in that it features a full single-player campaign with characters. The previous titles were mostly focused on multiplayer with large numbers of players.
The game is retaining the vehicular and large-scale warfare but emphasizes squad-based combat.
The First Russo-American War and the private campaign of Bad Company
Serdaristan, a small Caucasian country, became a place for a big war between Russia and the United States. First in Serdaristan, then in the Middle East, in the town of Sadiz on the coast of the Caspian Sea, the 222th Battalion, also known as the "Bad Company", puts itself under bullets. The name "Bad Company" is not accidental - the detachment consists of people who are best able to deliver problems.
One of the columns of the Bad Company was destroyed when it was sent to the battlefield. In investigating this case, the Bad Company's soldiers find out that they are not opposed by the Russian army, but mercenaries to whom Russia pays gold. Since then, the Bad Company has been fighting not only for the victory and glory of its country, but also for the sake of gold, which can be obtained in the pockets of defeated opponents.
The Newby and the Team
Preston Marlowe is the main protagonist of the game. He just came to the Bad Company - just before the Bad Company found a new goal for itself - gold.
Sergeant Samuel D. Redford is the commander of the Bad Company and the only one who came there as a volunteer. He just likes to fight.
George Gordon Haggard, Jr. - has an explosive nature. And he knows everything about explosives.
Terrence Sweetwater - smart ass.
The player acts with one main weapon and another, used in the second turn. In addition to this, there are grenades, a knife and portable explosive devices. The player always has information about the number of remaining ammunition. If vehicles are not completely destroyed, they can be repaired any number of times.
Military vehicles in the game are sufficient: infantry fighting vehicles, armored cars, tanks, attack helicopters, patrol boats, mobile anti-aircraft weapon system.
For the first time in the Battlefield games line, the Frostbite game engine is used - 90% of the environment can be destroyed. Destruction is subject to almost everything: trees, grass and bushes, vehicles, other players and even the ground itself. Lighting is adjusted for changes caused by destruction.
More and more
The main feature of this edition is that it immediately makes available those types of weapons that are usually unlocked after reaching level 25.
Find All Five
This addition allows you to unlock five types of weapons that are not available in the main game - the F2000 machine, the USAS-12 automatic shotgun, the M60 machine gun, the QBU-88 sniper rifle and the Uzi submachine gun with the silencer. For this purpose, special codes are given on the official website of the game.
Community Choice Map Pack
This is a set of four new maps for the "Conquest" mode.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2
A direct sequel.
13. Magic Duels
Magic Duels is a video game based on collectible card game Magic: The Gathering. It follows Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers and its sequels. Unlike the predecessors, Magic Duels has a story mode that focuses on five original Planeswalkers. In general, the game features over 1300 earnable cards.
The gameplay repeats the one from the card game but is simplified. You participate in duels either with real players or AI opponents. Each player has a deck of cards consisting of lands and spells. To cast spells you need mana that lands produce. The duel stops when one player’s life is over. In the story mode you need to hold matches against an AI opponent using decks of five Planeswalkers.
Besides the story, there are several single-player missions and online duels. For example, you can test your strategy during the Two-headed Giant mode when four players split into teams competing with each other.
14. Lost Planet: Extreme Condition
Lost Planet: Extreme Condition is a third-person shooter game developed by Capcom.
In the distant future, it is no longer possible to live on Earth. The NEVEC corporation plans to colonize a distant planet of E.D.N. III. Upon arriving on its surface, the NEVEC forces are met with resistance from an alien race called the Acrid and is forced to leave the planet. A second attempt to colonize E.D.N. is taken by NEVEC which has been preparing for the assault. It is revealed that the Acrid contain thermal energy within them. This energy is essential for the colonists' survival on the planet. Civilian colonists and soldiers call themselves the Snow Pirates and try to make the planet habitable.
It is possible to play the game either in first-person or third-person modes. The players are able to travel the in-game world on foot or using mechs that are equipped with heavy weapons such as the Gatling machine gun or rocket launchers.
Thermal energy is used for powering the mechs and several weapons. The players have to keep an eye out on their energy level as the planet's harsh conditions and bad weather drain it down. In order to get more thermal energy, the players have to kill the Acrid or activate the data transfer posts. If the player has no thermal energy left, they die.
The game also features a multiplayer mode. For game modes are present, and the depletion of the player's thermal energy reserve does not result in instant death.
15. Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate
Trevor Belmont, a knight of the Brotherhood of Light sets out to avenge
the death of his mother, at the hands of his own father, who has now
returned from years of exile to take up residence in a mysterious
castle. What was once Gabriel Belmont now stands a powerful vampire
called Dracula. Dracula has declared war upon the Brotherhood and thus
the scene is set for a cataclysmic showdown between Father and Son!
• Discover the history of your bloodline - Play as multiple characters
throughout history, as you battle your ancestor Dracula, each time
learning more about your history and why the Belmont clan must atone for
the sins of their forebear. Dare you tempt fate?
• Choose your
character – Multiple characters to enjoy, each with unique abilities and
skills across different eras. Take control of the legendary Trevor and
Simon Belmont and more, as you battle Dracula and his evil minions.
Share new abilities through your lineage - Pass onto your descendants
your newfound abilities in each era and discover the true destiny of the
Belmont's. Featuring a huge array of combo’s and a deep strategic combat
system, this Castlevania is an exciting action game with tons of depth.
Battle massive bosses – Experience titan fights in full 3D, climb,
traverse and overcome huge bosses. Use your secondary weapons and
magical abilities to take down these awesome foes.
unrivaled Nintendo 3DS Visuals – Experience super high resolution and
detailed 3D polygon graphics with side scrolling areas and full 3D
• Utilize Focus & Magic – Use magic to turn the
tide of battle! Kill enemies to gain experience and buy new combos and
abilities using your travel book. Play well and you will be rewarded.
16. NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 3
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 3 is the newest title in the hit STORM series. Command your army as the ninja world is plunged into war, and unmask the sinister forces orchestrating the conflict.
17. Blue Estate
Blue Estate is a darkly funny on-rail shooter based on the comic books from Viktor Kalvachev.
WELCOME TO THE FIRST NEXT GEN RAIL SHOOTER!
Using Kinect for Xbox One motion detection capability, Blue Estate offers previously unmatched immersion into the mafia world of Los Angeles, packed with humour, original gameplay and incredible fun.
In Blue Estate you will play Tony Luciano, the psychopathic son of the Italian mafia godfather of LA and Clarence, an ex-Navy SEAL, penniless and now a hit-man bent on cleaning up the mess started by Tony. As Tony launches a personal vendetta against the Sik Brother’s gang in an attempt to save his best dancer, Cherry Popz, Clarence wants to end the gang war, taking him to the farthest corners of Jamaica!
A RAIL SHOOTER GAME TAILORED FOR KINECT FOR XBOX ONE !
Thanks to an intuitive gameplay tailored for Kinect for Xbox One motion detection helps you live out the most extreme rail shooter experiences as you confront unforgettable enemies ranging from the mafia golfer packing grenades to the ultimate crime boss, both as funny as they are unlikely! Bloodshed is always better when shared, so invite a friend to join the massacre, through a nervous cooperative mode!
The first next gen rail shooter adapted from the Eisner Award nominated graphic novel, Blue Estate by Viktor Kalvachev.
Original and intense fun gameplay that takes full advantage of the Kinect sensor.
2 game modes: STORY MODE - 7 adrenaline-packed missions ! ARCADE MODE - where you combine headshots with combos in a race against time!
2 players in local multiplayer: relive all the levels in an intense cooperative mode!
A sophisticated scoring system for comparing your scores online and 23 achievements to unlock.
Playable with Kinect for Xbox One or with Xbox One Wireless Controller.
The downloadable version of this game supports English, French, German, Spanish.
18. James Bond 007: Nightfire (2002)
James Bond 007: NightFire is a first-person shooter video game featuring the character of the British secret agent James Bond and a sequel to Agent Under Fire, published by Electronic Arts in 2002. NightFire was developed by Eurocom for the GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox video game consoles, while Gearbox Software developed the game for Microsoft Windows using the GoldSrc engine. Aspyr later re-released the game for the Macintosh. The computer versions are substantially different from the console versions, featuring different missions and a modified story line. In 2003, Electronic Arts released NightFire for the Game Boy Advance (GBA), developed by JV Games and also featuring different missions and a modified story line from the console and computer versions.
The game marked Pierce Brosnan's fourth appearance as James Bond before the release of his fourth Bond film Die Another Day. His likeness was featured in the game, but not his voice, which was provided by Maxwell Caulfield.
Soulcalibur (ソウルキャリバー, Sōrukyaribā) is a weapon-based 3D fighting game developed by Project Soul and produced by Namco. It is the second game in the Soulcalibur series, preceded by Soul Edge in December 1995. Originally released in arcades in July 1998, it ran on the Namco System 12 hardware. It was ported to the Dreamcast in 1999 with new features and improved graphics. The North American version was released in September 1999 as a launch game for the Dreamcast and was part of the successful launch of the new console. It became available as a downloadable title on the Xbox 360's Xbox Live Marketplace in July 2008 and it is backwards compatible with the Xbox One along with the sequel. A sequel, Soulcalibur II, was released in July 2002.
The game centers on the pursuit of the legendary weapon known as Soul Edge, now in the possession of a warrior known as Nightmare, who slaughters countless people to satisfy the blade's bloodlust. Other warriors pursue him either to claim the weapon for themselves or to destroy it, end his mass murder, and free him of its curse.
Developed closely with Namco's Tekken development team, it is one of few home console ports that outdid their arcade parent graphics-wise. The title brought many innovations to the fighting game genre that include a heavy emphasis on weapons and a unique eight-way movement system. Soulcalibur is widely regarded as one of the best Dreamcast titles and is often cited as among the greatest fighting games ever released, as well as one of the best video games of all time.
20. Shadow the Hedgehog
Shadow the Hedgehog is a platform video game developed by Sega Studio USA, the former United States division of Sega's Sonic Team, and published by Sega. A spin-off to the Sonic the Hedgehog series, the game features Shadow the Hedgehog as the main character, and was revealed at the March 2005 Walk of Game event. It was released for the GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox video game consoles in November 2005.
Following the trend of contemporary Sonic games such as Sonic Adventure and Sonic Heroes, Shadow the Hedgehog is a 3D platform game; however, it also features third-person shooter elements. Most levels have three possible missions—"Hero," "Dark," or "Normal"—that the player may choose to complete, while some have only two of the three. The missions completed determine the game's plot and subsequently playable levels, a feature referenced by the game's tagline. The plot centers on the attempt of Shadow, a creation of Doctor Eggman's grandfather, Professor Gerald Robotnik, to learn about his past while suffering from amnesia. To defeat enemies, Shadow can use various weapons and special attacks.
Shadow the Hedgehog received generally unfavorable reviews from critics. The game was criticized for its controls and dark themes, especially the addition of guns and other weapons to traditional Sonic gameplay. However, some reviewers praised its replay value. The game was a commercial success, selling more than 2 million copies by March 2007.
Categories in common with Shadow the Hedgehog: Platformer
21. TimeSplitters 2
TimeSplitters 2 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Free Radical Design and published by Eidos Interactive. It was released for the PlayStation 2, GameCube and Xbox game consoles in 2002 in North America and Europe, and in 2003 in Japan. It is the second game in the TimeSplitters series, and a sequel to the original TimeSplitters.
The game features a single-player mode consisting of ten levels in which the player assumes the role of one of two space marines as they attempt to stop the alien race of TimeSplitters from ruining history by collecting the time crystals in various time periods, ranging from the Wild West to the 25th century. It has several multiplayer modes.
Due to the game's critical acclaim, a sequel, TimeSplitters: Future Perfect, was released in 2005, developed by Free Radical and published by Electronic Arts. In June 2007, another sequel was announced to be in development, titled TimeSplitters 4, but it eventually got cancelled.
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22. PAC-MAN CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION 2
The much-awaited sequel to PAC-MAN™ CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION!<br/>
Featuring eye-popping 3D graphics and funky visuals, the latest version of the classic game takes chomping and chasing through mazes to a whole new level!<br/>
Make up to four ghost trains for maximum chompage!<br/>
New modes include Score Attack and an Adventure Mode with fast fleeing fruit, big bad bosses, ridiculous remixed rules, and more!
23. Mortal Kombat XL
One of the best-selling titles of 2015 has gone XL! Komplete The Mortal Kombat X Experience with new and existing content. Includes the main game, and new playable characters Alien, Leatherface, Triborg, and Bo’Rai Cho. Previously released playable characters include Predator, Jason Voorhees, Tremor, Tanya, and Goro. Also includes the new skins pack Apocalypse Pack and all previously released skins packs.
Network Players 2-10
1080p HD Video Output
Online Play (Optional)
Software subject to license (us.playstation.com/softwarelicense). Online activity subject to Terms of Services and User Agreement (www.playstationnetwork.com/terms-of-service). One-time license fee for play on account’s designated primary PS4™ system and other PS4™ systems when signed in with that account.
MORTAL KOMBAT XL software © 2016 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Developed by NetherRealm Studios. ALIEN and PREDATOR ™ & © 2016 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved. JASON VOORHEES and all related elements are trademarks of and © New Line Productions, Inc. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre © 1974 VORTEX, INC. /KIM HENKEL/TOBE HOOPER Leatherface™ and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre™ are trademarks of VORTEX, INC./KIM HENKEL/TOBE HOOPER. All Rights Reserved. All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.
WB GAMES LOGO, WB SHIELD, NETHERREALM STUDIOS LOGO, MORTAL KOMBAT, THE DRAGON LOGO, and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
Categories in common with Mortal Kombat XL: Fighting
24. Star Fox Adventures
Star Fox Adventures is an action-adventure video game, developed by Rare and published by Nintendo. Although the game's original concept was intended for the Nintendo 64, Shigeru Miyamoto convinced Rare to re-design the game to be both a part of the Star Fox series and as a launch title for the GameCube. The game was released on September 23, 2002, and was the final Nintendo game that Rare developed, before it was acquired by Microsoft to be a part of its Xbox division the day after the game's release in North America. The game's story takes place after the events of Star Fox 64, in which players take control of Fox McCloud who is sent on a mission to visit a planet in the Lylat System and save it from destruction.
The game received mostly positive reviews, notably on its detailed graphics, new character designs on characters including Fox, and its dynamic environments. However its Legend of Zelda-influenced gameplay received mixed feedback, while there were mixed reactions from critics and fans alike in regards to Rare's departure from Nintendo following the game's release.
Categories in common with Star Fox Adventures: Shooter
25. The Legend of Dragoon
The Legend of Dragoon (レジェンド・オブ・ドラグーン, Rejendo Obu Doragūn) is a turn-based role-playing video game developed by SCE Japan Studio and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation.
Categories in common with The Legend of Dragoon: Role Playing
26. Ghosts 'n Goblins (1985)
Ghosts 'n Goblins (魔界村, Makaimura, lit. Demon World Village), stylized as Ghost 'n Goblins, is a 1985 side-scrolling platform video game developed by Capcom for video arcades and has since been released on several other platforms. It is the first game in the Ghosts 'n Goblins franchise. It was directed by Tokuro Fujiwara.
Categories in common with Ghosts 'n Goblins (1985): Arcade
27. TimeSplitters: Future Perfect
TimeSplitters: Future Perfect is a 2005 first-person shooter video game developed by Free Radical Design and published by Electronic Arts for the PlayStation 2, GameCube and Xbox video game consoles.
It is the third game in the TimeSplitters series, following TimeSplitters (2000) and TimeSplitters 2 (2002). The game features a single-player mode consisting of levels where the player assumes the role of Sergeant Cortez, a time-traveling marine from the 25th century, as he attempts to go to the past to save the future. The game also includes a range of multiplayer options including cooperative mode. Online play was included in both the PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions.
In June 2007, a sequel was announced to be in development, titled TimeSplitters 4, but has since been shelved due to difficulties selling the idea to potential publishers based on Future Perfect's sales performance.
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28. Blacksad: Under the Skin
A dark corruption scandal in the heart of the New York City's underworld for charismatic detective John Blacksad!
The 50s, New York City: Joe Dunn, owner of a boxing club, is found dead.
Meanwhile, rising star Bobby Yale, due to take to the ring for the most important fight of his career, has mysteriously disappeared.
Sonia Dunn, Joe’s daughter, takes over the gym and must deal with its financial woes. She hires private detective John Blacksad to investigate Yale’s disappearance. This sinister case will take our investigator to the darkest, most dismal depths of New York.
With its anthropomorphic characters and its incredible 1950s feel, BLACKSAD: Under the Skin promises all the eerily dark adventure of a detective novel, just like the eponymous comic book series.
Conduct the investigation in your own way. Make use of your feline senses as you hunt for new clues. Make decisions on behalf of Blacksad and influence the outcome of the case.
Categories in common with Blacksad: Under the Skin: Adventure
29. Soul Edge
Soul Edge (ソウルエッジ, Sōru Ejji) is a fighting game developed by the team Project Soul and published by Namco. Originally released as an arcade game in December 1995, an upgraded and expanded version of the game was ported to the PlayStation in December 1996. The PlayStation version was renamed Soul Blade in North America, Europe, and Australia. The game was a commercial and critical success and was followed up with Soulcalibur in July 1998. Soul Edge is the first installment in the Soul series and centers upon the eponymous sword, shrouded in mystery and rumored to offer unlimited power to anyone who can find and wield it. Nine warriors embark on a journey to pursue a tenth who is rumored to have the sword, some to claim it and others to destroy it, but what many do not know is that the sword's power is evil, feeding upon the souls of not only its victims but its wielder as well.
Categories in common with Soul Edge: Fighting
31. Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance
Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance is a platform-adventure video game developed and published by Konami for the Game Boy Advance. Belonging to Konami's Castlevania video game series, it is the second installment of the series on the Game Boy Advance. It was released in Japan in June 2002, in North America in September 2002, and in Europe in October 2002. It was the first Castlevania game to be called "Castlevania" in Japan instead of "Akumajō Dracula".
Harmony of Dissonance occurs in the fictional universe of the Castlevania series; the premise of the series centers on the eternal conflict between the vampire hunters of the Belmont clan and the immortal vampire Dracula. Set fifty years after Simon Belmont vanquished Dracula's curse, Harmony of Dissonance focuses on his grandson Juste Belmont and his quest to rescue a kidnapped childhood friend.
Koji Igarashi produced Harmony of Dissonance with the intent of "creat[ing] a game that was similar to Castlevania: Symphony of the Night", the critically acclaimed PlayStation game that he had worked on. Harmony of Dissonance sold 126,000 units in the United States and did not become a "huge hit in Japan". Critics praised it as an entertaining game with improved graphics as compared to its predecessor Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, but criticized its soundtrack. In January 2006, Harmony of Dissonance was re-released in North America and later Europe, along with Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow, as part of the Castlevania Double Pack.
Categories in common with Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance: Action
The most violent adventure game of all time comes to Steam!
You wake up one morning to a town full of strangers and inexplicable sights. You share your home with your not so perfect family and your supposed fiancee lives next door. Then you are plunged into a nightmare! Your fiancee is missing and you find a hideous bloody skull and spinal chord draped across her bed! Is it hers? What is going on? The only clue left behind is an engraved invitation for you to enter...
THE ORDER OF THE HARVEST MOON
...a mysterious organisation that controls the town in way you don't (or can't) understand.
Is the order behind this gruesome execution? What are their motives?
One thing is certain, you're going to get to the bottom of this killing, or die trying.
Categories in common with Harvester: Adventure
Welcome to EverQuest ® - the online game that started it all! No other MMO matches EverQuest's content that includes 18 expansions, plus the original base game. Now, in its unprecedented sixteenth year, EverQuest continues to add immersive gameplay, captivating storytelling and exciting worlds full of mystery and adventure.
EverQuest is Free to Play. Your Way.™ Join a thriving community unlike any other online game, immerse yourself in hundreds of unique zones, battle thousands of creatures, and complete exciting quests. Group with friends and experience an online game the way it should be, epic and legendary.Key Features:
- Experience 16 years of continuous development including 18 expansions of amazing content
- Build your character through 90 levels of power
- More than 500 zones to explore
- Choose from 16 unique races and 16 distinct classes
- Thousands of Alternate Abilities available to further customize your character
- More than 50,000 items to earn and collect
- Hire and control unique mercenaries to aid you in your heroic adventures
- A robust in-game marketplace containing potions, weapons, armor, and mounts
- Solo, Group and Raid across continents filled with perilous dungeons, eerie crypts, floating landscapes, and underwater adventures
- Participate in several seasonal and holiday events throughout the year
34. METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE DEFINITIVE EXPERIENCE
METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE DEFINITIVE EXPERIENCE is the ultimate collection of the MGSV story which includes the critically acclaimed MGSV: THE PHANTOM PAIN, its prologue MGSV: GROUND ZEROES, multiplayer METAL GEAR ONLINE, and all their DLC content.
• MGSV: GZ lets the players experience thrilling stealth action as never seen before, surrounded by enemies in a photorealistic world.
• MGSV: TPP, which has claimed more than 60 industry accolades including a 10/10 from IGN and Gamespot, offers limitless possibilities for the players to infiltrate enemy outposts in a vast open world. The player to decide the route, tactics and timing that can lead to the success of the mission.
• METAL GEAR ONLINE is built around a dedicated squad-based competitive multiplayer structure, which has been fully redesigned with the familiar gameplay and aesthetic styling of the MGS series
• 36 DLC ITEMS AND ADDITIONAL CONTENT including 2 extra missions, additional weapons, and items used for customization.
Once you have installed MGSV:TDE on your PlayStation®4 system and have imported your saved game data from the original MGSV:TPP, we recommend you only use the MGSV:TDE application to continue your Metal Gear journey. While the original MGSV:TPP is still playable, the saved game data will be overwritten by MGSV:TDE. This may cause problems when playing online.
*Please note, when switching from MGSV:TPP to MGSV:GZ, the game will ask if you want to quit MGSV:TPP and launch MGSV:GZ. This process will happen while in the MGSV:TDE application.
Additional hardware required for Remote Play.
Online features may be terminated at any time.
*Online multiplayer requires a PlayStation®Plus membership.
Network Players 2-16
35GB minimum save size
Online Play (Optional)
Categories in common with METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE DEFINITIVE EXPERIENCE: Action
35. Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier
Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier is a narrative adventure game of conquest, betrayal, and survival. When the fates of a tribe of apes and a band of human survivors intertwine, two worlds collide as their precarious existence hangs in the balance.
Players play both sides of the growing conflict, gaining a deep understanding of the motivations, hopes, and fears of humans and apes alike. The destinies of each species rest entirely on the player as the game pushes towards a tense, fragile peace, or a final bloody battle.
- 4 player local multiplayer
- Controller support (keyboard available for single player only)
- 14 hours of gameplay across 19 endings
- Review your relationships at the end of each chapter
36. 007 Racing
007 Racing is a racing video game based on the James Bond license. It was developed by Eutechnyx, published by Electronic Arts, and released in 2000 for the PlayStation console system. This game marks the seventh appearance of Pierce Brosnan's James Bond; the game included his likeness but not his voice, which is provided by Tim Bentinck. Including many revived characters from previous entries, the game is considered to be a spin-off out of the original chronicles.
Categories in common with 007 Racing: Racing
37. Bushido Blade 2
Bushido Blade 2 (ブシドーブレード弐, Bushidō Burēdo Tsu) is a fighting video game published by Square, released in both Japan and North America in 1998. It is the sequel to Bushido Blade, which had been released the previous year.
Categories in common with Bushido Blade 2: Fighting
38. The VR Museum of Fine Art
Just updated! Welcome to the Museum's Second Floor!
See new sculptures, ride the elevator, check out the Café, and enjoy the new Water Lilies exhibition.
Welcome to The VR Museum of Fine Art, Steam's finest art gallery.
Depending on who you ask, of course.
If you've been training to be a space pirate and building fantastical contraptions all day, the Museum is your ticket to a well-deserved break. Surround yourself with 1:1 scale sculptures and paintings, and we won't tell anybody if you touch the merchandise! No rope barriers or glass walls here. Feel free to explore the artwork however you see fit. Roomscale VR lets you walk around, duck under, and even hug the life-sized figures.
The initial release of The VR Museum includes 15 high-fidelity sculptures, and more are coming. In addition, two famous paintings are included, scanned and rendered in crisp detail. In future releases, both collections of sculpture and paintings are sure to expand. The artwork is arranged thoughtfully into four exhibits, each with its own theme.
If you ever actually feel like learning something, informative holographic plaques are placed next to each piece of art. That does involve reading, though, and that's a lot of work.
Tickets are free, drinks are temporarily non-existent, and the artwork is pristine. Enjoy!
39. Fight Night Round 2
Fight Night Round 2 (also known as Fight Night 2005) is the sequel to Electronic Arts' Fight Night 2004. It was released for PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Nintendo GameCube consoles in 2005. It was the only Fight Night game in the series to be released on the GameCube.
Categories in common with Fight Night Round 2: Sports
40. Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon
Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon is a 1991 computer role-playing game and the sequel to Eye of the Beholder. It used a modified version of the first game's engine, added outdoor areas and greatly increased the amount of interaction the player had with their environment, along with substantially more role-playing aspects to the game.
Categories in common with Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon: Role Playing
41. 40 Winks
40 Winks is a platform game developed by Eurocom and published by GT Interactive as for the PlayStation. A version was developed for the Nintendo 64, and reviewed in both Nintendo Official Magazine UK and Nintendo Power (whose January 2000 issue even got a strategy guide for the game), but was cancelled at the last minute.
On February 12, 2018, Piko Interactive launched a Kickstarter campaign confirming that an unreleased Nintendo 64 version will finally see a release in September 2018, and also a Microsoft Windows version through Steam. It was funded on the same day.
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WeaponLord is a fighting game developed by Visual Concepts and published by Namco for the Super NES and Genesis in October 1995. As in other fighting games, Weaponlord has players select a character and defeat a series of opponents. The game is a weapons-based fighter, with various gory moves and a deep counterattack system.
Project leads James Goddard and Dave Winstead aimed to design a title for enthusiasts of the fighting game genre. Unlike many other fighting games of the time, Weaponlord was designed specifically for home consoles and was one of the first fighting games optimized for online play. It has also been alleged as the basis for Namco's Soul Edge/Calibur series.
Categories in common with Weaponlord: Fighting
43. Brick Breaker
Brick Breaker, the classic arcade game, is back with a breathtaking new version.
Play alone or with friends - this new version of breakout will offer you hours of fun and entertainment in a colourful and explosive atmosphere. Thanks to its simple and fun gameplay, Brick Breaker remains the arcade favourite of thousands of players. Aim, shoot and destroy all the bricks to break the record!
- The classic game with improved graphics
- Collect more than 25 bonuses including the Fire Ball and the Magnet to improve your score and destroy even more bricks
- Avoid the penalties in trapped bricks
- Make combos by breaking various bricks with a single shot
- Shoot successively without dropping the ball to earn a maximum number of points
- Arcade mode: play 100 different levels from easy difficulty to extremely hard
- Survival mode: push the limit and win all the levels using your initial 5 lives only
Categories in common with Brick Breaker: Casual
44. Selfie: Sisters of the Amniotic Lens
The endless, halcyon days of "Nauseous pines" summer of love are over, the travellers and minstrels, dreamers and drug dealers have gone.
It is now 198X, you wake up in a very bad situation. You were the "Sisters of the amniotic lens" and now it's time to face what you did to the minds of the naive all those years ago.
Turn off your mind, relax and float down stream, it IS dying
- Story driven non-game with space exploration elements dealing with the dangers of the radicalization of the vulnerable .
- Engage with other peoples deepest and darkest pleas in deep and meaningful retro-future play-by-mail mmo/social network.
- The most advanced fly A.I. of all time utilizing not only their random state but stable route calculating sense of smell.
- "Mix tape" of music by the award winning No-wave/industrial and avant-folk siren Jarboe.
- Quantum physics, metaphysics and retro-future tech combine to immerse you in a nightmare world.
- Concept and story by the TIGA award nominated Dylan Barry
- Full suite of 198X teletext by award winning artist Dan Farrimond (ITAF, British Tate)
- Additional art and lucid dream exploration by Eye of sic
- Guest starring psychonaught sirens Neurosoup (Krystle Cole) Christina Martine and introducing Christine Brookes
- Special guest appearances by members of the Rail slave games community and Jarboe herself.
45. Night Trap
Night Trap is an interactive movie video game developed by Digital Pictures and originally released by Sega for the Sega CD in 1992. The game is presented primarily through the use of full motion video (FMV). In Night Trap, the player takes the role of a special agent tasked to watch over teenage girls (starring Dana Plato) visiting a house which, unbeknownst to them, is full of danger. The player watches live surveillance footage of the house and triggers traps to capture anyone seen endangering the girls. The player can freely switch their view between different cameras to keep watch over the girls and eavesdrop on conversations to follow the story and listen for clues.
The origins of Night Trap can be traced back to a 1986 prototype game developed by Axlon to demonstrate their Control-Vision game console to Hasbro. The system used VHS tape technology to present movie-like gaming experiences. With the system picked up by Hasbro, production of Night Trap commenced. The video footage was recorded the following year in 1987 and was followed by six months of editing and game programming. Hasbro suddenly canceled the Control-Vision in 1989, which prompted the game's executive producer, Tom Zito, to purchase the film footage and found Digital Pictures to complete its production. Night Trap was eventually released as the first interactive movie on the Sega CD in 1992, five years after filming.
The game received mixed reviews. Critics praised the game's B movie-esque quality, warped humor, and smooth video animation, but criticized the shallow gameplay. The title is particularly notable for being one of the principal subjects of a 1993 United States Senate committee hearing on violent video games, along with Mortal Kombat. Night Trap was cited during the hearing as promoting gratuitous violence and sexual aggression against women, prompting toy retailers to pull the game from shelves that December, and Sega to cease its production entirely the following month. The Senate hearing eventually led to the creation of the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB), the North American video game ratings board still used today. After the controversy subsided, Night Trap was re-released and ported to other consoles. These later ports received more harsh reviews due to the aging appeal of full motion video as a game medium. A re-release of Night Trap in celebration of its 25th anniversary was released on August 15, 2017.
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46. Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu
Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu (ドラゴンボールZ 偉大なるドラゴンボール伝説, Doragon Bōru Zetto Idainaru Doragon Bōru Densetsu, Dragon Ball Z: The Greatest Dragon Ball Legend) is a fighting game produced and released by Bandai on May 31, 1996 in Japan, released for the Sega Saturn and PlayStation. Budget label versions were released on June 20, 1997 for the Saturn and June 27, 1997 for the PlayStation. In Europe, only the Sega Saturn version was released in France, Spain and Portugal with the French edition retaining the original Japanese name (although is translated as Dragon Ball Z: La grande légende des boules de cristal in the title screen) and the Spanish edition being re-addressed as Dragon Ball Z: The Legend on December 1996.
Categories in common with Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu: Fighting
47. Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: ULTIMATE NINJA STORM TRILOGY collects 3 STORM games in one breathtaking collection. This series has established itself among the pinnacle of anime & manga adaptations to video games! This collection includes: HD Remasters of NARUTO: ULTIMATE NINJA STORM, NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: ULTIMATE NINJA STORM 2, and NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: ULTIMATE NINJA STORM 3 FULL BURST.
48. Ikaruga (2001)
Ikaruga (Japanese: 斑鳩) is a shoot 'em up video game developed by Treasure. It is the spiritual sequel to Radiant Silvergun (1998) and was originally released in Japanese arcades in December 2001. The game's story follows a rebel pilot named Shinra as he battles an enemy nation using a specially designed fighter called the Ikaruga which can flip between two polarities, black and white. This polarity mechanism is the game's key feature and the foundation for its stage and enemy design. All enemies and bullets in the game are either black or white. Bullets which are the same color as the player are absorbed while the others will kill the player. The game features both single-player and cooperative modes.
Development on Ikaruga began during director Hiroshi Iuchi's off-hours while Treasure was busy developing Sin and Punishment (2000). The game began as a sequel to Radiant Silvergun, and borrows many elements from it as well as the polarity mechanism from Treasure's Silhouette Mirage (1997). During the game's prototype stages, the player's ammo was limited. The bullet absorption mechanism was used as a means to refill ammo, however, this was found to be weak as it created too many breaks in the action. In tradition with Treasure's game design philosophy, Ikaruga was intentionally crafted to challenge the conventions of standard game design and develop a new type of shooting game. All together, five Treasure staff worked on Ikaruga, as well as three support staff from G.rev.
Upon its initial release in Japanese arcades, reception was mixed. Treasure staff explained this was due to players expecting a more standard shooter offering but instead being greeted with a different game system that featured more puzzle-like elements rather than the twitch gameplay of bullet-dodging. In 2002, Ikaruga was ported to the Dreamcast in Japan and began to grow a cult following from import gamers worldwide. It was later released in the West in 2003 on the GameCube, receiving positive reviews. Critics praised the graphics as well as the art and sound design. Some criticism was directed towards its difficulty. Most critics felt the unique game design choices were innovative, while some believed they stifled many of the classic shooter elements. Ikaruga was later ported to the Xbox 360 as well as Microsoft Windows. In retrospect, Ikaruga is often regarded as one of the best shoot 'em ups of all time and one of Treasure's greatest works.
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50. Tomba! 2
The evil swine are back! Join Tomba as he embarks on a quest to save his girlfriend Tabby and once again restore balance to his world.
This title is compatible with the PSP™, PS Vita, PS TV and PS3® systems.
Software subject to license (us.playstation.com/softwarelicense). Online activity subject to Terms of Services and User Agreement (www.playstationnetwork.com/terms-of-service). One time license fee entitles play on up to 2 PlayStation® 3 systems and 3 portable PlayStation® systems activated by this account.
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