PC Playscore Scoop January 2018
Video Transcript15 PC Games have just received their PlayScores this January 2018. Let’s check them out right now!
A realistic massively multiplayer action game from Bitbox. Step inside the bleak medieval landscapes and experience war on a grand scale. Players use their survival skills with immersive RPG features, all while managing a thriving economy.
Currently on Steam’s Early Access, taste the brutality of these times by exploring its ginormous and fully realized world. Early reviews are mixed as of the moment, but the game is gearing up for its release with planned new content soon. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 5.25
Telltale upholds the Batman mythos with this fourth and latest episode of the 5-part series. Titled as “What Ails You?”, the player’s focus is shifted into a mysterious John Doe as he slowly descends into madness. Uncover the origin of Clown Prince of Crime in Telltale’s way.
Once again, Batman returns and determined to stop Gotham from becoming ashes. Stop Harley, Bane and Freeze in their deadly plot to ruin the city. Make difficult choices and solve puzzles because being Batman isn’t easy. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.15
An indie space exploration game brimming with beauty and colors. Journey across the vast cosmic wonder and help an Archaeologist recover the last memories of this mysterious Inverse before they remain lost forever. Fly through ancient skies, abandoned oceans and discover history in its fading realm. Witness civilizations rise and fall, and their gods wandering around.
After years and years of development, it’s finally out and it receives a Provisional PlayScore of 7.19
Create your own elaborate rail network in Gaming Minds’ train simulation game. Crafted with extraordinary detail, purchase over 40 different trains and begin mobilizing your dream transit system. It’s set during 80’s and the United States has just realized they can make money out of trains. Go hand in hand with industry and outsmart your competitors with your sinister schemes.
It’s not always about money. Sabotage their goods, and do some industrial espionage to take the upper hand. It receives a PlayScore of 7.70
After Origins massive success, Bayek returns in a new threat in the Sinai Peninsula. Set 6 years after the events of the first game, players encounter a gripping conflict between the Roman forces. This expansion contains hours and hours of gameplay, missions and collectibles.
It’s the first set of expansion of the planned DLC’s for Ubisoft’s leading title. Expect more to come soon. This DLC receives a Provisional PlayScore of 7.73
An indie cyberpunk adventure from Devolver Digital. This narrative experience is filled with conspiracies, secrets and love for bartending. Take down a mega corporation with malicious intent. As an advanced AI, utilize your abilities by espionage and hacking.
Engage in psychological bartending where you brew that perfect cocktail to gather information, or use high-tech gadgets to trick your enemies to uncloak their plans. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 7.78
Based on the legendary story of Moby Dick, Picaresque Studios’ simulation game lets you sail around the world, manage your crew and hunt for the notorious sea creature under Ishmael’s epic. Herman Melville’s masterpiece is told between lines of code in a simulated environment.
The game’s primary goal is to chase after the iconic creature and put a stop to Ahab’s curse. Along the way, you’ll be forced to fight pirates and hunt massive sea creatures to bolster your crew. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 7.93
Arc System Works, arguably the leading developer when it comes to fast-paced fighting games, are back with a whole new title. After Xenoverse’s success, embrace the beauty behind cel-shaded 2D characters and dominate your enemy’s power levels in FighterZ.
With a massive roster of your favorite Dragonball characters, witness a well-crafted visual and mechanical experience created with Arc System’s magic. Go on a 3 versus 3 tag battle and unleash your combos in its spectacular fights. Noobs are not allowed. It receives a PlayScore of 8.21
The latest add-on to Creative Assembly’s Total War: Warhammer II game brings a whole new race into the Eye of the Vortex. The Tomb Kings rise from their graves alongside their unique abilities, resources, design and of course, their four legendary lords.
Uncover the mysteries of the past, combine exotic trade goods, and engage in fantastical battles of the Warhammer universe. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.24
FighterZ’s active competitor on the market. The ultimate Street Fighter V experience brings you closer to the series’ roots. This game contains all the base content from the original release with a whole new Arcade Mode and the inclusion of the original’s 2 character packs.
Aside from characters, the game has enhanced gameplay mechanics including a redesigned UI, new V-Triggers, and so, so much more. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.26
Uncover the secrets of a dying planet and join the renegade mechanic Robin in this interesting metroidvania game from Joakim Sandberg. Solve intricate puzzles and explore a bg world filled with menacing bosses and interesting characters.
The game contains hours and hours of nut-twisting action with platforming mechanics. Use her wrench to interact with basically anything in its world and put everything back together. Underneath its metallic world lies a heart-wrenching epic. It has a PlayScore of 8.46
An indie adventure platformer that’s not afraid to show its spikes. From the creators of TowerFall, help Madeline survive her inner demons and reach the top Celeste Mountain. Make it through hundreds of hand-crafted challenges and control your frustrations with the game’s brutal level design and difficulty spikes.
Aside from its hardcore elements, the story offers players a charming cast of characters and a touching story of self-discovery. It receives a PlayScore of 8.75
An unusual indie game with no clear story. If you check out their Steam tags, it includes “Psychological Horror”. Nobody knows what the purpose of this game is, but it’s a random experience worth taking. It’s a grid tapping game that gets faster everytime you accomplish something. But jeez, even their description sounds confusing.
Similar to Doki Doki Literature Club, it’s just the beginning for unusual Steam games disguised as “fun”, and “colorful”. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.77
Step into the enchanting town of Portia in Pathea Games’ casual RPG game. Restore your father’s neglected workshop to its former glory learn the ropes of managing a great self-sustaining life. Grow crops, raise animals, befriend townspeople, and uncover mysteries in its post-apocalyptic setting.
It’s currently on Steam Early Access and the early reviews are all praises. Fans said they were ‘consumed’ by the game’s addictive nature, and its homage to Team Marvelous’ Harvest Moon. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 9.18
A relaxing indie game that takes you to a story about a Raven trying to find humanity by talking to wonderful people in the town. It’s an experimental style of gameplay by Mojiken Studio, and they aim to tell memorable experiences using interactive hand-drawn art styles.
The moment you play the game, you could tell it’s made with passion. It features fictional people telling a story that you can always interpret without limit. It’s more than just a game, it’s an interactive storybook with music, dialogue, and emotions.
It’s beautiful, heartwarming, and most importantly, it’s FREE TO PLAY. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 9.22