#23 Mass Effect: Andromeda
- Developer: BioWare
- Publisher: Electronic Arts
The latest installment of the Mass Effect franchise, Mass Effect: Andromeda, takes place hundreds of years after the events of Mass Effect 3. Set within the Andromeda Galaxy, players take on the role of an N7 Special Forces soldier, more specifically, a Pathfinder. These Pathfinders are an operative task force that is in charge of discovering new planets for the Human species to colonize. While the game might not have been the most successful titles to launch within the Mass Effect franchise, the title is relatively cheap now and may well be worth going into if you have yet to play it.
#22 No Man’s Sky
- Developer: Hello Games
- Publisher: Hello Games
No Man’s Sky was a massively hyped video game leading up to its launch though it released with plenty of criticism from players and critics alike. Overall, the game put players into a galaxy where they can fly to countless planets and discover new species along with collecting resources.
Unfortunately, the game launched with several features that were previously promised missing entirely from the game. Since its release however, the developers have launched several updates adding content and those previously promised features such as claiming a home planet or building a base. This is one game that if you purchased initially and haven’t played in a few years then we suggest giving it another go.