There is no denying the huge popularity of video games in the 21st century. From humble beginnings, it’s transformed into a well-recognized, 24/7 way to spend your leisure time. No matter how old you are, there are (almost) always new developments in practically every game genre that could pique your interest. Nowadays, you don’t need to wait for big game releases. The variety of games has never been as diverse as it is now: there are a lot of indie games and online web-based ones. In this article, we will cover some of the games that we are dying to play in 2022!
Evil Dead: The Game
Evil Dead: The Game is a first person horror shooter video game developed by members of the original Evil Dead film trilogy. The game is based on the 2013 remake of the original film and is inspired by the video game that was released alongside the film. It features multiple characters playing as different members of a group of five friends who become cabin bound and are forced to fight against deadites using numerous weapons.
Mario Strikers: Battle League
Mario Strikers: Battle League is a 3D soccer game that features three modes of play — exhibition, which is a quick yet intense match; the World Cup mode, where players compete to rule the soccer world in a series of four matches against computer-controlled opponents; and multiplayer mode, where up to four players can compete locally against each other. The main mode of play, World Cup mode, lasts 15 games and takes place on 32 different pitches (16 garden court and 16 turf court) across eight different stages (such as the Legendary Dome and the Castle’s Outer Ring). Each victory earns the player prize money to spend on prizes, but additional costumes must be purchased with the “abilty points” you earn through completing challenges (and for coins).
Redfall is an open world sandbox MMO role-playing game and 3rd-person shooter that is set to combine the best qualities of popular video games in the genres of fantasy, sci-fi, and FPS. If you love action RPG games like Skyrim, enjoyed sci-fi shooters like Halo 2 and 3 or would like to try a fantasy MMO action game for the first time, Redfall is the choice for you. Visually, it is a work of art. The world is crafted with realistic simplicity and each chunk of earth that you can walk on looks very different from the last. Each level feels very much like a real place in some far-off part of our earth, thanks to a supreme level of detail. The foreground is filled with layers of jungle vegetation and the background teems with mountains, foliage and waterfalls. It’s all shades of green, blue and orange that wind their way around trees, cave entrances and rivers.
Starfield is a single-player space adventure set in an open world galaxy, with a lot of influence from the classic Starflight game. Starfield’s gameplay doesn’t revolve around battles or quests. The player is not required to fight every enemy or complete every quest to finish the game. Instead, Starfield allows the player to freely explore a massive open world with no set goals, timeline, or on-screen indicators of whether the player is getting closer to defeating the game.