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Disco Elysium
Disco Elysium

RPG 15 October 2019

An unusual, isometric RPG game that is the first title developed by Estonian studio Fortress Occident. The game is focused mostly on narrative. It takes place in a fictional world that combines modern setting with fantasy traits and with retro-futuristic technologies. The player assumes the role of a policeman who is tired of life. He begins working on a case that can either give him a chance of redemption or take him to the very bottom. During the game player is exploring, completing tasks, speaking to various people and fighting. However, all of this is done in a way that is unusual for the genre. The dialogue system is similar to a logic game during which you must fight by using words and manipulate the person you speak with in various ways. The battles are based on dialogues as well – you must select various text descriptions of actions, trying to create a battle scene worthy of being placed in a good novel.

FIFA 19
FIFA 19

Sports 28 September 2018

Another part of the popular series of football simulators, in which we direct licensed and realistic teams and players from all over the world. FIFA 19 was created, like all previous parts, by EA Sports studio.

A Way Out
A Way Out

Action 23 March 2018

An action-adventure game developed by Hazelight in collaboration with Electronic Arts, and designed with co-op gameplay for two people in mind. The main protagonists in A Way Out are two convicts: Vincent and Leo. Together they are devising a way to escape from prison and then build their lives anew outside its walls. When it comes to mechanics A Way Out offers quite a variety in gameplay. Over the course of the story campaign the players will take part in fist fights, shootouts, car pursuits, stealth sequences and so on. Other noteworthy features are the advanced AI, and freedom when it comes to tackling in-game challenges. As befits a co-op game, the key to success lies in skillful cooperation between the two heroes. Just for that, A Way Out offers both a local split screen mode and online play. As for technical aspects, the game uses the advanced Unreal Engine 4 technology for generating graphics.

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden

Strategy 04 December 2018

A 3D tactical adventure game with stealth elements and turn-based combat. During the game, we control a group of mutants searching for the mythical Eden in a post-apocalyptic world.

FIFA 18
FIFA 18

Sports 29 September 2017

The game is another installment in the FIFA series. Electronic Arts introduced a lot of important changes in this follow-up, which will probably constitute a real treat for all the fans of virtual soccer. What is especially noticeable, is the introduction of the Real Players Motion technology that governs the appearances, animations and behavior of the in-game footballers. Although this technology encompasses mainly top players, the less-known footballers also behave in a more realistic manner, as the new system takes different factors into account, such as a footballer's height. The game brings a continuation to a story campaign from FIFA 17, embodied here by The Journey: Hunter Returns. FIFA 18 also brings a remodeled system of transfers in the career. The player is now capable of negotiating with clubs and particular footballers on their own. The FIFA Ultimate Team mode brings the Icon cards, representing legendary footballers. All of this is complemented by the use of the Frostbite engine, which mainly powers the cut-scenes displayed both in The Journey mode and the regular career component.

NieR Replicant
NieR Replicant

Action 22 April 2010

The third action game by popular Japanese company Square Enix. The story takes place in a world dominated by monstrous creatures and a virus called Black Scrawl. As the title Nier we set off to find a cure for an infected daughter. There are hordes of monsters on the way to the target, which we deal with with with with weapons and magic. From NieR Gestalt the game is distinguished by a much younger vision of the main character.

Don't Starve
Don't Starve

Action 23 April 2013

A humorous action-adventure game with strategy and cRPG features. The game was developed by Klei Entertainment, the creators of Shank and Mark of the Ninja. The main protagonist of Don’t Starve is Wilson, a Victorian gentleman scientist. The insidious demon Maxwell sends Wilson to the wild where he must use all of his knowledge and intelligence to survive among dangerous beasts. The player is tasked with helping the protagonist in his fight against the nature and the monsters – he must build a place to hide, obtain food, start a fire, produce tools etc. As the game progresses, one can unlock new playable characters, each with unique abilities. The game has unusual 2D graphics with cartoonish style and music that is pleasant to the ear.

Resident Evil HD
Resident Evil HD

Action 20 January 2015

Modern remake of the first entry in the classic game series Resident Evil, which popularized the survival horror genre. The original game was released for PlayStation in 1996, but due to technical issues, the developers decided to base on the 2002’s remake for the GameCube console. Once again, we witness the origins of the deadly virus created by the Umbrella Corporation, which eventually got out of control. We play as two members of the elite unit S.T.A.R.S., sent in by the authorities to deal with the zombie plague and the crisis caused by it. The new remake preserves the feel of the original title while offering refreshed graphics in HD quality and surround 5.1 sound standards. To appeal to fans’ habits, players can choose between either classic or panoramic screen set-up and original or modern controls.

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4

Fighting 04 February 2016

The fourth major installment in a popular fighting game series set in the famous ninja universe of Naruto. This game series has been developed since 2008 by Bandai Namco Entertainment. Storywise, the game is a direct sequel to the previous installments in the series, focusing on the latest chapters of the manga. In the story mode you explore the game’s world, meet the characters from the anime and manga and take part in spectacular duels focusing on unique special abilities of each hero. The other game mode is the fighting mode, in which you participate in duels on dedicated arenas. For the first time in the series, the game features QTE in some of the attacks. Moreover, lots of changes were introduced when it comes to combat mechanics and damage system. As this is the first game in the series to be released on the eight generation consoles, the visuals have seen a significant upgrade. Created with cel-shading technique, the artwork closely resembles the anime.

Sometimes Always Monsters
Sometimes Always Monsters

RPG 02 April 2020

The sequel of Always Sometimes Monsters that lets us learn the further adventures of the original’s protagonist (allowing us to import save games). This time around, we start out as a young, married author of a bestselling novel. Looking for inspiration for another book, the protagonist embarks on a bus tour through the country, making new acquaintances with his fans and fellow writers. Similarly to the first installment in the series, Sometimes Always Monsters puts emphasis on interaction with non-player characters. In the game, there is no combat system whatsoever; instead, we have to constantly make difficult decisions. Player’s choices shape the story and the protagonist’s relationships with other people and influence the number of available options—the decision to take his wife with him alone can open or close some story possibilities. Sometimes Always Monsters features two-dimensional pixel-art graphics which are, however, more detailed than those of its predecessor.

Die Young
Die Young

Action 12 September 2019

An independent exploration game with survival elements from an in-house team of the Indie Gala company. We play as a heroine who found herself on a Mediterranean island, not knowing how, why, and by whom she was kidnapped. She must uncover the truth behind this event and escape. Die Young employs first-person perspective and focuses on exploration. Aside from that, the protagonist must fight for survival, gathering food, water and useful equipment. Because she can’t use any weapons, our heroine is forced to run from dangers and climb on her surroundings to avoid danger – otherwise, she will meet a horrible end at the hands of opponents, with decapitations with axe being common scenes. What makes Die Young stand out from other games from the genre are its high-quality visuals, with detailed, moved by wind plants.

FIFA 17
FIFA 17

Sports 27 September 2016

Another installment of the leading sports game series by EA Sports, featuring a great many licensed national teams and top-league football clubs. Apart from the well-known elements of the franchise and a wide range of varied singleplayer and multiplayer modes, FIFA 17 is the first game in the series to also feature a story campaign, called “The Journey.” In this mode, you play as Alex Hunter, a young footballer starting his career in the Premier League, and your task – apart from playing the matches – is to participate in many side activities. Mechanics-wise, the creators focused on polishing such aspects of the gameplay as offensive techniques, set pieces, physical clashes, and the opponents' AI. An important novelty is also the fact that FIFA 17 is the first game in the franchise to utilize the esteemed Frostbite engine, known from e.g. the Battlefield series.

Thief Simulator
Thief Simulator

Simulation 09 November 2018

Thief Simulator combines elements of stealth-action titles, adventure games and simulators. The player takes on the role of a thief, and their "job" is to steal valuables from various places. Money obtained after selling the stolen goods on the black market can be spent on special gadgets. One is also capable of constructing their own household and installing various security systems. The place can be afterwards put to a test, by leaving it for other players to rob.

NieR Gestalt
NieR Gestalt

Action 23 April 2010

The third action game by popular Japanese company Square Enix. The story takes place in a world dominated by monstrous creatures and a virus called Black Scrawl. As the title Nier we set off to find a cure for an infected daughter. There are hordes of monsters on the way to the target, which we deal with with with with weapons and magic.

Pikuniku
Pikuniku

Arcade 24 January 2019

Pikuniku is a humorous and charming 2D game mixing arcade and puzzle genres, created by independent studio Sectordub, formed by developers like Arnaud de Brock (Reigns), Remi Forcadell (Giraffes Volleyball Championship 2016), Alan Zucconi (ORBITALIS) and Calum Bowen (Lovely Planet). Gameplay revolves around traversing locations while solving simple puzzles and interacting with interesting characters. All of this is set in an absurd style, which uses simple visuals with clear colors and equally simple sounds. We can play both alone and with a friend through a local multiplayer mode.

This is the Police 2
This is the Police 2

Strategy 31 July 2018

A sequel to This is the Police. The game was developed by the creators of the original title, Weappy Studio. Similarly to its predecessor, the game combines traits of adventure games and strategy games. In This is the Police 2 the players assume the role of Lilly Reed – a female sheriff who tries to bring order to the small city of Sharpwood.

The Curious Expedition
The Curious Expedition

RPG 02 September 2016

A roguelike game set in the 19th century. The Curious Expedition combines elements of adventure, strategy, and action role-playing games. We assume the role of the head of a scientific expedition that searches for legendary places such as Atlantis or El Dorado. Our party can consist of such famous 19th-century scientists as Karol Darwin, Nikola Tesla, or Maria Sk³odowska-Curie. Each of them works for their own reputation and uses a unique weapon. While playing, we move through procedurally generated maps divided into hexes. Once we reach an interesting place, the perspective switches to the view typical for classical adventure games. In our travels, we can encounter local tribes and hidden treasures guarded by traps and various enemies — from wild animals and cannibals to dinosaurs or zombies. The title puts emphasis on logistics and planning. Selecting the right equipment and skillful management of our resources are key elements to the success of every expedition. The Curious Expedition features old-school pixel-art graphics.

FTL: Faster Than Light
FTL: Faster Than Light

Strategy 14 September 2012

A strategy set in sci-fi reality telling the story of a lonely ship trying to escape a huge war armada. The flight route is planned in turn-based mode and the fights are played in real time. In addition, we need to manage the crew and improve our unit. An additional attraction is the fact that every time you start a new game, the world is generated randomly.

PAW Patrol: On a Roll
PAW Patrol: On a Roll

Arcade 23 October 2018

A family platform game, based on a Nickelodeon's TV series titled PAW Patrol. The game consists of 16 rescue missions, each to be completed with two characters chosen out of eight available puppies with unique abilities.

We Were Here Together
We Were Here Together

Logic 10 October 2019

The third part of a series of cooperative logic games in which players travel through the gloomy Castle Rock castle, trying to find a way out. As in the previous parts of the series, the key to success in We Were Here Together is close cooperation of the two players who communicate via walkie-talkies.

We Were Here
We Were Here

Logic 03 February 2017

An unusual, first-person perspective logic game developed by Total Mayhem Games. The title is a game focused on cooperation mode. We Were Here takes place in a mysterious, abandoned castle in the middle of nowhere. One of the players assumes the role of a man imprisoned in a small part of the fortress. The second player has access to a much greater area and is tasked with finding and freeing his companion. To achieve that, the players must complete a series of logic and environmental puzzles based on team work. What makes matter worse is the fact that the characters can communicate only by using a radio. In addition to that, in some parts of the castle there are harsh conditions and the player can, for example, freeze to death. We Were Here can be played only in cooperation mode via Internet and with microphone. The title also supports virtual reality goggles, although they aren’t mandatory to play the game.

Yakuza Kiwami 2
Yakuza Kiwami 2

Action 28 August 2018

Yakuza Kiwami 2 is an expanded remake of the second entry in the Yakuza series. The game was developed by Sega and enables the player to assume the role of Kazuma Kiryu. The developers left the story from the original version and used a modern engine and improved mechanics.

The Room VR: A Dark Matter
The Room VR: A Dark Matter

Logic 26 March 2020

Another main part of the series of puzzle games from Fireproof Games. The Room VR: A Dark Matter tells the story of a London police investigation into the disappearance of a well-known Egyptologist in 1908.

Subverse
Subverse

Action 2020

Subverse is a hybrid of a shooter and a turn-based strategy with strong erotic elements. Players explore an alien galaxy, complete missions, develop characters and a spaceship. Successes are rewarded with numerous and extensive scenes of sex with subordinates.

Assassin's Creed Origins: The Curse of the Pharaohs
Assassin's Creed Origins: The Curse of the Pharaohs

Action 13 March 2018

The second expansion to Assassin’s Creed: Origins developed by the creators of the base game – Ubisoft Montreal. This time around, the players get to familiarize themselves with the Egyptian mythology – the story featured in this DLC revolves around the titular curse, which has brought one of the pharaohs back from the world of the dead and unleashed various legendary beasts. In Assassin’s Creed Origins: The Curse of the Pharaohs, developers have increased the experience level cap and allowed Bayek to learn entirely new abilities. This add-on also introduces an entire new region filled with story-related quests and numerous side quests just waiting for the player to be discovered.

Sakura Wars
Sakura Wars

RPG 28 April 2020

The next installment of the Sakura Wars series, which was born in the mid-1990s on the Sega Saturn console. Like its predecessors, the title combines elements of classic visual novelty and tactical RPG. The action was set in the 1940s in an alternative version of Japan, where young women fight demons using steam-powered mosses.