The weekend is coming, which begins with the long-awaited Friday. Classes and work are over for the vast majority, giving way to free time. If you’re like me, you have about a billion pending gamesbut you never know what to play, something that is even more accentuated in our platform, I think.
And it is that the offer for fish tanks is immense. From retro games to the latest releases, as well as the infinity of indies that live on our platform, sometimes having so many possibilities makes it’s hard for us to decide. If that happens to you, don’t worry, today I’m here to bring you four games that I recommend you even try while you rest.
Obsidian releases its new early access game
Despite the fact that Grounded was released in Early Access in July 2020, a lot has happened since then and the studio has been in charge of filling its curious survival with content in the last two years. Shrinking until you are smaller than an ant, in this adventure you will have to survive with your friends in the most inhospitable and mysterious place in the world: the patio of your house. It is available on PC Game Pass.
The Epic Games leaves you a title the sea of curious
Runbow is one of the free games from this week’s Epic Games Store, and one of the craziest I’ve seen on the platform. Defined as a “party platformer”, this competitive game invites you to be the last one standing while introducing all kinds of challenges. I change the levels every 2×3, you will have to be very clever not to succumb to the most unique platforms I have seen in a long time.
Need For Speed is still great
The Electronic Arts racing saga is still big. With Heat, its latest installment, the company brought us a frenetic game full of customization. Now, thanks to the offer on Steam, you can have it for 3.50 euros (previously it was 69.99). In addition, you can try the title for free during the weekend, to see if it convinces you.
Get started in the Japanese mafia with Yakuza 0
With the announcement of Yakuza 8 and a host of spin-offs, as well as the arrival of the Judgment series on PC, there’s never been a better time to get into the franchise. If you have not played any title in the saga, Yakuza 0 is the ideal place to start. With a mix of action, drama, and tons of humor and mini-games, it’s a franchise like no other that I highly recommend. You can also play on PC Game Pass.