#15 Destiny 2
The sequel to Destiny takes place after the events of Destiny: Rise of Iron. This title starts off with the Red Legion faction of the Cabal having attacked The Last City. Guardians are forced to flee and find new powers to face the Red Legion and bring order over The Last City once again. Just as before, there is new content being added to the game in order to extend narratives or competitive gameplay with other players. This is also a title intended for players to join together and play online.
Superhot was a hit after indie developers first introduced the game as an entry to the 2013 7 Day FPS Challenge. The developers crafted a title in which players take control of a protagonist that must take down a slew of red glowing humanoids. However, the big catch to this title is that time only moves when you do.
As a result, players can carefully and slowly move around the level in order to avoid being hit by bullets or other projectile objects. This simple concept grew from a small entry project for a competition to a full video game release on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
#13 Apex Legends
Much like Fortnite, Apex Legends is a battle royale video game title. It’s quickly becoming the latest and greatest within the genre because is also another free video game title to download. Likewise, Respawn Entertainment kept this game a secret which generated a ton of hype when it was released into the market. Gamers had quickly downloaded this title and it gathered millions of players within its initial launch week. Again, the game is a battle royale title so ultimately this first-person shooter will have players striving to be the last man standing.
Players will find that the game will focus on teams of three and that the characters featured are hero classed based which offers their unique attributes and abilities. Likewise, if you enjoy the Titanfall series then you will find that this game takes place in the same universe. Apex Legends takes place approximately thirty years after the events of Titanfall 2.
#12 Doom Eternal
Set after the events of Doom, the 2016 release, this time around hell has invaded the Earth and our protagonist is forced into saving humanity the only way he knows how, by slicing, blowing up, setting on fire, and ripping the limbs off of any demon nearby. This game is going to scratch all those itches you may have come up since the Doom 2016 release, it’s still a fantastic action FPS but there’s so much more added into the game that you’ll either like or feel a bit out of place. We’ve seen a lot of positions on it but there’s some platforming involved, you’re given a lot of abilities and to make use of those mechanics, you’re going to be dashing through the air to land on a particular platform, climbing up hills, using a grapple, among other skill sets.
#11 BioShock: The Collection
BioShock and BioShock 2 were iconic titles and as such we’re not surprised when the game received a remastered collection just a couple years ago. The video games are brought back just as we remember them but of course with a new coat of paint. Likewise, the game collection includes the latest title to launch into the market BioShock Infinite.
As I’m sure you’ve already assumed, this collection not only contains the main video game title narratives but also the downloadable content that released prior, making this collection quite filling to go through.
Sold in retail as a two-disc collection, all three games will run in 1080p resolution with 60 frames per second so even if you dabbled into the rapture before, this new coat of paint makes replaying these games worth it.