It is not everyone’s cup of tea to keep up with the world of games. As thousands of games have been released at such a rapid pace that you will not be able to play them all. That is why you might have missed many of the best games.
But don’t you worry! We have compiled here a list of some best games that you might have not played yet. The list follows the games that are playable and easy to go on recent consoles. Means you do not need to go out and buy a Super Nintendo to get your hands on these games.
#1. Deadly Premonition
This game may not fulfill your criteria for great games as it has some ugly graphics and zombie shooting sequences. But it has more heart than any other video game.
You play as Francis York Morgan, an FBI agent who has been assigned a task to solve a murder case in a small town in the Pacific Northwest, where every citizen is more mysterious and ludicrous than the former.
Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC
#2. Jet Set Radio
In ‘Vib Ribbon – Jet Set Radio’ for the PlayStation, you play as Vibri, a sketchily drawn rabbit who automatically moves from left to right across the screen. Vibri will encounter obstacles and player will need to press the right button to cross them.
Platforms: PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita
Based on Japanese folklore, Okami is one of the best games that you can play on a non-Nintendo console. In some aspects, it is better than some actual Zelda games.
You play as Amaterasu, a divine wolf goddess who has the power to change the world with a magical paintbrush. The player will solve puzzles and fight with enemies by drawing different shapes with a magic stick.
Platforms: PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii
#4. Gone Home
This one is a great game that people with full-time jobs, children, and other busyness can finish. You can finish this game in a 90-minute sitting. The player plays this game as Kaitlin Greenbriar, who just came back from a tour to Europe and found her family home empty and in a state of disorder. She goes from room to room finds objects to try to figure out where everyone is.
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC
Rez is one of the best games as it let you fly through striking cyberspace environments, shooting down your enemies who come in your way. All your shots sync up to the beat of the music, and it gets intensify throughout the level. A new game named “Rez Infinite” is also coming this October. Hopefully, that also would be worth to play.
Platforms: Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, PS4
#6. Phantom Dust
Phantom Dust is a combo of card games and action games. Player collect powers around the environment in the form of cards and utilizes its powers like in action games. The fans of Phantom Dust are seeking for the sequel of the game, but the makers have not any plan for that. However, it is being mastered and released on Xbox One in next year.
Platforms: Xbox, Xbox One
#7. Shadow of the Colossus
This game takes the player into a large open world where there are no town or people to interact with. There are not even random enemies to fight. The entire place is populated by 16 unique giants that you must kill. It is a series of fights with some of the enemies being the size of a mountain.
Platforms: PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3
#8. The Stanley Parable
The Stanley Parable is more like “Gone Home” as it is also a first-person adventure game with no-one to combat. But there is a little interesting twist. An omnipresent narrator is constantly telling you what you should do, but it is up to you whether you obey or not. This game lets you break the rules that other games do not, and that is why it is worth to play.
#9. Beyond Good & Evil
You play as Jade, a photojournalist on an alien planet that is endangered by both alien attackers and authoritarian government. Jade will have to solve puzzles, fight with enemies, pilot spacecraft and take pictures in her mission to save the world.
Platforms: Xbox, PlayStation 2, GameCube, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC
#10. Asura’s Wrath
You play as Asura, a supernatural being who got angry when his friends deceived him and kidnapped his daughter. Asura sets out to get revenge on his former companions in a series of breathtaking sequences, for instance in one scene Asura fights with a guy who grows to the size of a planet.
Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
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