New Reviewed Games of December 2016 | Video Games With PlayScore #1
For the PC Space Hulk: Deathwing Set within the Warhammer 40k Universe, survive claustrophobic areas of the decrepit Space Hulk and fight against the Genestealers with 3 of your friends in this first-person shooter game. Sadly, this game’s low PlayScore of disappoints most players due to its terrible single player experience. The Dwarves Experience the inner workings of Napoleon Complex in this fun fantasy RPG game that screams of valor and steel. Based on a novel with the same name, engage in fun real-time combat against hordes of fantasy creatures. It has a decent PlayScore of 7.06. Steep Unleash your skills in this chill game that showcases rad and gnarly to an extreme level. Ubisoft’s first open world sports entry takes the helm of insane snowboarding and paragliding to the snowy mountains of the Alps. It has an okay PlayScore of 7.50. Shadow Tactics: Blades Of The Shogun Sneak behind the shadows and make peace with the darkness in this deathstalking stealth game.
Set between Edo Period Japan, eliminate your key targets in the most satisfying way. Choose your style, pick your ninja and land the killing blow. It has a high PlayScore of 8.36, making it the highest game rated on PC on this list. Now for the PlayStation 4 Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality Oh, boy. What could be better than operating the most unprofessional surgeries? Virtual Reality, of course. Bob needs the help he could get in this humorous new entry to the Surgeon Simulator franchise. However, it has a very low PlayScore of 5.83. Steep Take an extreme chill into the snowy mountains of the Alps. Sponsored by GoPro, show your sickest tricks and release the Evil Knievel within you. It has a decent PlayScore of 7.33. Let It Die Play as a young girl in a quest to explore a mysterious tower out of civilization. It’s weird style and unforgiving hack and slash gameplay makes a slight resemblance from the Souls series. It’s not worth dying yet, it has an average PlayScore of 7.81.
BATMAN: A Telltale Series: Ep. 5 – City Of Light. The caped crusader makes a return in this fifth episode of Telltale’s own rendition of Bob Kane’s creation. Uncover the nature of your decisions and solve the game’s lingering mystery as it receives a PlayScore of 7.96. Mother Russia Bleeds Psst. Do you want some Communism? This beat-em-up game bleeds with a distinct visual red flair and the typical Russian angst to overthrow an oppressive government. Set in an alternate timeline, fight with your friends or alone from Russia, with love. It has a high PlayScore 8.07. Werewolves Within Use your deductive skills and your inner judgement to find out the hidden werewolves among five to eight of your friends. This fun party game may or may not ruin friendships but it’s an enjoyable magical Virtual Reality experience with a PlayScore of 8.27. I Expect You To Die Play a game that it’s only goal is to REALLY REALLY expect you to die. This fun Virtual Reality game focuses on a clever blend of escape the room challenges that are literally making you peel your hair out.
It has intuitive VR controls and memorable puzzles scenarios. It’s expected that it gets a good PlayScore of 8.27. Lara Croft GO Square Enix’s popular mobile games gets to taste the console treatment. This time, it runs on smooth 1080p and has the smoothest frames. Similar to most GO games, it’s a typical turn-based puzzle with node-to-node mechanics. It’s been awarded as one of the best iOS games of its time and it has a PlayScore of 8.46.
Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 Our favorite hero to hero fighting game makes a PS4 port. This time, the level of quality is higher and the smooth visuals get brighter in each frame. Choose between a huge variety of heroes from the Marvel and Capcom Universe and lock them in a battle of epic proportions. It has a PlayScore of 8.63. Shantae: Half Genie Hero This girl makes a wonderful comeback to the consoles. Shante returns with her hair whipping back and forth to uncover the mystery of the Genie Realms. Use Shantae’s transforming abilities to solve various puzzles in its platforming beauty. It has a PlayScore of 8.72. The Last Guardian For almost 10 years, the final piece of the puzzle is now complete. Follow a boy and his adorable huge pet as they embark on a quest. This gorgeous adventure-platformer dazzles with emotional depth, clever puzzles and a story to touch our hearts.
It has a PlayScore of 8.73. Stardew Valley A game made by a one man army. Enjoy the pleasantries of the farm life and create your own story in its pixel-shaded characters. Taking inspiration from Harvest Moon and other life simulators, this game makes you enjoy the simpler life. It has a PlayScore of and it’s the highest rated game on PS4 on this list. On the Xbox One Steep When was the last time you played a game about winter sports. It’s Ski Free on Windows for me. Steep sits on that uncanny spot. On one hand it’s an enjoyable game — exhilarating even. The exploration and the visuals are sights to behold. On the other hand, there are the glitches and the uncomfortable controls. It receives an average PlayScore of 7.33. BATMAN: A Telltale Series: Ep. 5 – City Of Light This is the final chapter of the point-and-click graphic adventure game. The dark knight finally faces off against Lady Arkham in a momentous battle to decide the fate of Gotham.
While the way the plot and twists wrap up are commendable. We were hoping for a more powerful end to this interesting experiment. It gets a PlayScore of Dead Rising 4 After the forgettable Dead Rising 3, the series is finally showing its true roots again…. In a very different way. This is a Christmas-themed zombie gorefest. There are thousands of undeads to kill. The melee combat has been greatly improved… Unfortunately, the shooting mechanics is somewhat lacking. The story is surprisingly good, though. It receives a good PlayScore of 8.04. 3DS Super Mario Maker 3DS What worked in the Wii U version is mostly there. The side-scrolling action and the fun creation tool makes it an interesting port. There’s just one big catch, you can’t share levels online. So while the core gameplay exists and is a great experience on the 3DS… what made the game great on the Wii U isn’t there. Maybe it will come with a big community update? One can hope.
It has a good PlayScore of 8.10. iOS ROCKY. Yes, it’s Rocky Balboa on your phone. Step into the ring and knock out your opponents. And you get to pick your fighter among the characters of the movie franchise. And that’s about it. It’s just a boxing game with Rocky plastered on top. It receives a mediocre PlayScore of 5.67. Amateur Surgeon 4 Adult Swim continues to grace us with bizarre and entertaining mobile games these past few years. Amateur Surgeon is no exception.Operate over 100 patients using household tools! And it comes with all the levels from the first three Amateur Surgeon games. It gets a PlayScore of 6.08. My Horse Prince This is Japanese-developed game went viral for just how absurd the gameplay is. I mean… there’s not even a game. Or maybe just some mini games. See, I can’t even begin to describe what it is. There’s a horse with a handsome anime face. And you train him and all.
Crazy and fun? It has a PlayScore of 6.08. ` Bully: Anniversary Edition This game was first released in the PlayStation 2 years ago by famed developer Rockstar Games. It’s a good port that comes with several enhancements: support for high-res displays, enhanced graphics, better lighting and textures and a control that works well on the touchscreen. It receives a PlayScore of 6.55. Super Mario Run Nintendo finally ports Super Mario to mobile and we couldn’t be more happy. Super Mario Run is a free game, with a payment option to access more modes. The only problem is that you need an internet connection to play it….Uggh. Mobile DRM. It gets a PlayScore of 6.77. Galaxy On Fire 3: Manticore This is probably one of the best-looking shooting galleries in the Apple App Store. Complete various missions and go after the galaxy’s most notorious criminals. It’s fast, responsive and is plenty of fun to play! It gets a decent PlayScore of 7.75. Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney The rookie attorney is here! Apollo Justice is a good addition alongside the beloved Phoenix Wright. Interview witnesses, gather evidence and step into the courtroom to prove your client’s innocence.
It receives an average PlayScore of 7.94. Dawn of Titans Those looking for “console quality” graphics on a mobile will find it here… in this free-to-play strategy game. In fact, Dawn of Titans is a technical achievement in visuals… although there’s nothing revolutionary to its strategy elements. So… build an army now, fight and destroy your enemies! It has a good PlayScore of 8.10. 28 games released in December have just received their PlayScores. The PlayScore is a standard rating that averages gamer reviews and critic reviews. We publish four gaming videos every week. Don’t miss any of them. Click that bell button beside Subscribe, check the “Send me…” box and save. Don’t forget to like and share this video to your friends. To receive the latest playscore and gaming updates, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Google Plus.
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