While there are always PC games on sale, sometimes there are games you shouldn’t pass up. Here are 5 PC games to get this weekend including Ark: Survival Evolved, Arkham Knight, Titanfall 2, and more!
PC Games To Get This Weekend
Ark: Survival Evolved is a great long running survival games based in prehistoric times.
You start on a beach with nothing except a few clothes. You try to avoid all massive creatures around you that can smash you at any minute and collect materials to progress in the game.
Thirty hours later you’re riding a Tyrannosaurus and chasing a Wooley Mammoth.
While Ark: Survival Evolved has a large learning curve the reward is worth it.
Titanfall 2 is an interesting FPS. While at first it seems like a normal FPS, shortly into the game you will summon your Titan and all of the sudden it feels like a moment out of Pacific Rim.
Switching between your human character and your titan provides a great mechanic as far as completing levels goes. For some areas you have to use your human form, while others you have to switch and use your titan abilities.
Originally released in 2014, Titanfall 2’s graphics still hold up well to today’s standards.
Injustice 2 is a Mortal Kombat style fighting game utilizing DC characters. The story revolves around Batmans attempt to restore society after the fall of Superman.
With a great story, and in my opinion, better combat than the Mortal Kombat games, Injustice 2 is a no-brainer. Anyone who likes DC characters or combat style games should be playing it.
In Arkham Knight, Batman faces his worst enemy yet, himself. Batman Arkham Knight adds some new mechanics and has updated graphics from the prior Arkham games.
The largest mechanic they added was the use of the Batmobile to solve puzzles. Unfortunately, this mechanic is a bit overused and can sometimes feel tedious.
Other than that, Arkham Knight is a solid action-adventure game with a great Batman story.
Daymare 1998 is a third person survival horror game designed to be like classic horror games such as the early Resident Evil games and Alone in the Dark.
Daymare 1998 was originally started as a Resident Evil 2 Remake (not that Resident 2 remake) and eventually morphed into its own Resident Evil style game.
As such, Daymare 1998 plays almost identically to an early Resident Evil title except with its own plot.
While Daymare 1998 doesn’t live up to what the triple AAA titles offer, it still manages to stand its own two feet. The largest complaints revolve around the controls.
Daymare 1998 uses block controls just as the early horror titles did. While some see this as a negative, I personally enjoyed it as it reminded me of playing Resident Evil for the first time.
While Daymare may not be everybody’s cup of tea, those who enjoy 1990’s horror games will love it.
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