Your summer resolutions: best mainstream & indie games to play this summer
The summer is in full swing and it’s so hard sometimes to stay on track, even if the track you’ve chosen has the road sign that says “Summer is for entertainment.” Between swimming pools, BBQs and trips to the seaside, you will probably want to stay tuned with your other life — a gaming life. Out shorts picks of best titles for the summer serves exactly this purpose. Save it to the bookmarks and enjoy your summertime!
Scheduled to release this summer
No Man’s Sky
The promising game, where the universe is generating as you play, and your experience would never be similar to other gamers’ adventures. You can engage in as many adventures as there are stars in the universe sky — because, you get it right, you could visit the every single star! No Man’s Sky is about exploration of a beautiful world and survival in a setting where dinosaurs accompany spaceships. Magical, like a dream, and vivid like summer itself!
No Man’s Sky to be released on August 9, 2016.
7 Days To Die
Think of DayZ meeting Minecraft, and you’ll get the idea of what 7 Days to Die will look like. The perfect summer game for everyone who appreciates post-apocalyptic survival horror. You play as a survivor of World War III, scavenging across Arizona desert, fighting with mutants for your life. With time, as your survival skills grow, the zombies became more strong and aggressive as well. The game is a constant challenge with the only objective — to stay alive as long as possible.
7 Days To Die to be released on June 28, 2016
Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps
The newest take on the Resident Evil universe, Umbrella Corps is intended to be a fast-paced third-person shooter with quick, intense matches in compact quarters, such as Umbrella Corporation facilities. While the most of gamers and pop culture lovers don’t need an introduction to the prehistory behind the plot, the new game will focus on the legacy of the evil corporation. Now, several years after Umbrella collapsed, other corporations are sending their soldiers of fortune to retrieve dangerous secrets.
Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps to be released on June 21, 2016
Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens
When LEGO videogame franchise is in da house, be ready for ultimate fun with endless jokes, favorite characters, intriguing adventures. Isn’t it what summer is for? This time, you’ll wander the galaxy far far away, playing as Rey, Finn, Poe, BB-8, Kylo Ren, Han Solo, and other movie characters. The game also offers exclusive content with untold stories about events that took place between episodes VI and VII.
Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens to be released on June 28, 2016
DOOM hits two goals at once: it answers every expectation old school fans pinned to the new take on the series while simultaneously delivering a handful of surprises, which to include: hidden levels, skillful and fast enemies, quick-paced action that make you storm through levels, and a dollop of nostalgia. This gaming experience is exciting and gratifying.
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Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst
Faith Connors, a famous Runner in Glass, is back on a track, and this track is going to be dangerous, slippery and situated extremely high… The awesome goosebumping and head-spinning franchise is back, so be ready to immerse in this shiny world where you have to leap between buildings, balance on pipes, slide down roofs and zip down wire lines. The whole city is your oyster. The new combat system allows you to use momentum to knock your enemies over as you follow a thrilling story and fight a mighty Conglomerate that runs the whole city.