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Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy

Arcade 30 June 2017

A bundle of first three Crash Bandicoot games, remastered by Vicarious Visions studio. Aside from modern visuals, all games feature rebuilt levels, as well as a new save system, which lets us use every control point along with quick save option. What’s more, they've received an unified menu and a Time Trial mode. Like in originals, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy lets us take control of the titular bandicoot, who must stop the evil Dr Cortex from taking over the world. As the game is a classic three-dimensional platformer, gameplay focuses on completing linear levels, avoiding traps, and fighting enemies, which can be dealt with using a few attacks, like spinning or jumping on enemy’s head. We also collect Wumpa fruits that can earn us another life, as well as find secrets and collect Aku Aku masks that help us in our journey.

Life is Strange
Life is Strange

Adventure 30 January 2015

An episodic adventure game created by the developers of Remember Me, a French studio DONTNOD. The game bears a resemblance to Telltale Games titles. Its protagonist is a 12th grade student named Max Caulfield, who returns to her home town in Oregon after years of absence. Together with her old friend she tries to solve the mysterious disappearance of her schoolmate, which prompts a series of strange events. The story is the essential part for the game, whereas gameplay mechanics are based on the well-proven formula employed by Telltale, which combines free exploration and difficult choices with non-obvious consequences. An interesting addition to the gameplay is the fact that Max possesses the power to manipulate time, allowing you to experience another version of events without having to restart an entire episode. On the technical side, the game is well-designed and well-executed, featuring expressive, slightly cartoonish graphics.

Quantum Break
Quantum Break

Action 05 April 2016

A dynamic, third-person action game, featuring a science-fiction setting inspired by modern theories about time travel. This title is the first next-gen production from Finnish studio Remedy Entertainment, best known for the Max Payne series and Alan Wake. Set in the near future, the story is split into TV-like episodes. The player's point of view alternates between three characters who, as a result of a failed time-travel experiment, gain different time-based abilities. Now, two of them have to fight against the third one to prevent the world, now plagued by strange anomalies resulting from the failed experiment, from ending. The game's impressive visuals are powered by the proprietary Northlight Engine, tailored for the eight generation consoles.

The Sexy Brutale
The Sexy Brutale

Adventure 11 April 2017

Filled with black humour, an adventure game co-developed by Tequila Works and Cavalier Game Studio. The action of The Sexy Brutale takes place inside an old English mansion transformed into a casino by the mysterious Marquis. One day, its workers murder all the guests. However, the player gets the chance to save them. You assume the role of a priest named Lafcadio Boone who – just like in the movie Groundhog Day – falls into a time loop and relives the day of the murder again and again. Primarily, the title focuses on investigating each homicide and figuring out how to prevent it. To do that, you will have to explore, chat, solve mysteries, and face occasional stealth challenges. Advanced AI deserves special recognition as it simulates the way the guests live and react.

Chrono Trigger
Chrono Trigger

RPG 02 November 1999

Refreshed version of the classic jRPG game, originally released on the SNES console. The conversion was prepared by Square Enix's development team. Players direct the actions of a boy named Crono, who travels through fantastic lands in search of his lost beloved.

Singularity
Singularity

Action 25 June 2010

A science-fiction action game played from the first-person view and created by Raven Software - an experienced developer popular mainly for series such as Hexen, Heretic, Soldier of Fortune, or the latest installments in both the Quake and the Wolfenstein series. The player assumes the role of an American soldier sent on a mission to investigate a mysterious, post-Soviet island. It turns out that the place is constantly traveling in time as a result of mysterious forces affecting it. The unsuccessful Soviet experiment that is at the bottom of this situation was supposed to change the course of the Cold War. The game is based on the classic formula enriched with original time-traveling elements. The players have the Time Manipulation Device at their disposal and thus they can make objects and enemies either younger or older at will. This allows the player to recapture a moment when a bridge was in one piece for example. More than once, the player has to travel back in time in order to affect the present timeline and make a progress in the story by doing so.

Steins;Gate
Steins;Gate

Adventure 15 October 2009

Steins;Gate is a visual novel sci-fi adventure game. Players follow a first year student at a Tokyo university and a novice inventor who follows a conspiracy related to one of his gadgets.

TimeShift
TimeShift

Action 30 October 2007

Deponia Doomsday
Deponia Doomsday

Adventure 01 March 2016

The fourth installment in the comedy adventure game series initially planned as a trilogy. however, under the pressure of fan expectations, the creators from Daedalic Entertainment decided to create one more entry in the franchise. Deponia Doomsday continues the story of Rufus, who had a vision of a disaster striking the idyllic floating city of Elysium and his home, garbage heap-planet Deponia. Once he woke up from his nightmare, he decided to do everything he can in order to prevent the cataclysm from happening. He asks professor McChronicle for help and by using his time machine he sets out on a crazy journey in time and space. When it comes to gameplay mechanics, the game does not differ from the previous parts and concentrates on exploration, dialogues with NPCs, and puzzle solving. Even though Deponia Doomsday was released several years after the third part of the game, the visuals look very much the same, once again utilizing the series' distinctive style.

Final Fantasy XIII-2
Final Fantasy XIII-2

RPG 15 December 2011

Back to the Future
Back to the Future

Adventure 22 December 2010

An episodic adventure game based on Back to the Future, the cult film trilogy by Robert Zemeckis. The game was developed by experts in this genre – American studio Telltale Games, also known for such titles as Sam & Max and a couple CSI games. The game depicts the adventures of two film heroes: Marty McFly and the crazy scientist Dr. Emmett Brown, taking off six months after the conclusion of the trilogy. Gameplay boils down to exploration, conversations, puzzle solving, and collecting useful items. The game consists of six episodes, originally distributed in regular time intervals. Back to the Future features colorful, cartoonish graphics. As for the audio, the crazy doctor was voiced by Christopher Lloyd, who reprised his role from the film.

Spider-Man: Edge of Time
Spider-Man: Edge of Time

Action 04 October 2011

Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time
Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time

Adventure 05 February 2013

Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time is the fourth installment of a series of action adventure games with a nice shed in the lead role. Developed by Sanzaru Games with PlayStation 3 users in mind, Sly and his gang set off on a journey into the past to get to know the hero's ancestors and prevent changes in the Thievius Raccoonus book.

Day of the Tentacle: Remastered
Day of the Tentacle: Remastered

Adventure 22 March 2016

A remastered edition of a classic adventure game created by LucasArts in 1993. That game, along with its sequel, Maniac Mansion, became famous as the grandfather of modern adventure games. The Remastered Edition was prepared by Double Fine Productions, a studio founded by Tim Schafer – one of the co-creators of the original hit. In the game you play as a trio of heroes who are trying to save the world from a threat posed by the titular tentacle. After coming into contact with an unknown substance it acquired consciousness and high intelligence. The only salvation seems to be traveling back in time in order to prevent the tentacle from being born. However, after the time machine malfunctions, the situation gets more complicated, as the heroes get trapped in three different historical periods. The creators made sure that the new edition was faithful to the original ideas, offering as much absurd humor as the original and the unique 2D visuals that are reminiscent of classic cartoons by Warner Bros.

Mortyr
Mortyr

Action 30 August 1999

FPP shooter made in Poland. Thanks to a time machine, the Nazis manage to win the Second World War. We play the role of a scientist named Jurgen Mortyr, who decides to go back in time and restore the original course of history. The levels are located both in the year 1944 and in the future. Each of these periods has a different set of weapons and enemies.

Daikatana
Daikatana

Action 23 May 2000

Daikatana, the legendary sword of samurai, was buried underground several hundred years ago. In the 25th century a crazy Japanese scientist Mishima finds him and sets off on a journey in time to change history.

Darkest of Days
Darkest of Days

Action 08 September 2009

Dynamic FPS action, set in sci-fi reality, referring to various historical events. We play the role of the agent of the futuristic organization KronoteK, whose task is to ensure that no person changes the past of our civilization. Traveling in time we follow the fate of battles known from the civil war, world wars and other famous conflicts.

Steins;Gate 0
Steins;Gate 0

Adventure 10 December 2015

A visual novel adventure game developed by Nitroplus and 5pb. Studios. The game is a direct continuation of the original Steins;Gate from 2009. The plot picks off using one of the alternative endings of the predecessor. Okabe Rintaro, a student heartbroken after the tragic death of his friend Kurisu Makise, makes an appointment to a psychiatric health facility. Nevertheless, his life changes dramatically when he meets former professor of Kurisu and his research team, conducting research on a unique technology. By taking part in the experiment, our protagonist may be able to make contact with an AI that is a simulation of his dead friend. When it comes to gameplay, Steins;Gate 0 is a typical visual novel. The gameplay focuses on following the plot and dialogues, with some occasional decision making which influences the course of the story and leads to one of its alternative endings.

Reksio i Wehikul Czasu
Reksio i Wehikul Czasu

Adventure 12 July 2004

The fourth part of the series of adventure games with the friendly dog Rex and his brave companion, commander Kretes in the lead roles, dedicated to the youngest computer users (children over 7 years old).

Steins;Gate Elite
Steins;Gate Elite

Adventure 20 September 2018

Steins;Gate Elite is a classic visual novel adventure game. It is a complex remake of the original Steins;Gate, a game that debuted in 2009.

Timesplitters: Future Perfect
Timesplitters: Future Perfect

Action 21 March 2005

"TimeSplitters: Future Perfect" is the third edition of one of the most innovative FPP console games. In the struggle shown from the perspective of the first person, players fight for their own past, present and future.

Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped

Arcade 27 September 2007

Digital reissue of the platformer from 1998, which is the third fully-fledged part of the series about the adventures of the friendly Jamrai Crash. In this part of the game he also has to help his sister Coco. Together they move in time to stop the villains who want to reverse the course of history and prevent the frustrated plans of Dr. Neo Cortex from being thwarted.

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock
Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock

Logic 23 May 2012

A puzzle game based on the license of the cult TV series science fiction. The authors, in cooperation with the BBC station scriptwriters, have prepared a completely new story about the adventures of the Doctor and his companion. An additional attraction for fans is the performance of the actors known from the silver screen.

The Forgotten City
The Forgotten City

Adventure December 2019

Forgotten City is a FPP adventure game developed for PCs. The action takes place in a lost Roman city, where one of the contemporary researchers committed a serious sin, for which supernatural powers punished the whole group with death. The player must go back in time and change the course of events to discover a sequence that will save all victims.

Another Eden: The Cat Beyond Time and Space
Another Eden: The Cat Beyond Time and Space

RPG 28 January 2019

Originally released on mobile platforms, the jRPG game in which we travel through a fantastic land, playing the role of a boy trying to save his sister from the King of Demons. Another Eden: The Cat Beyond Time and Space is the work of Wright Flyer Studios.

Steins;Gate: Hiyoku Renri no Darling
Steins;Gate: Hiyoku Renri no Darling

Adventure 16 June 2011

A sci-fi adventure that belongs to the visual novel sub-genre. Players follow the fate of a first year student at Tokyo University and a novice inventor. The game is a side title published in 2010 by Steins;Gate. Unlike him, he is not a science-fiction thriller, but a typical romantic comedy in which the protagonists of the original play the main roles.