This week there is a nice collection of PC games on sales that you don’t want to miss. We have chosen 6 of the best deals not to miss this week including Monster Hunter World, Little Nightmares II, Tales of Berseria, and more!
PC Game Deals Not To Miss
If you’ve never played Monster Hunter world, it is part Dragon’s Dogma, part Shadow of the Colossus, and part God Eater.
Track your monsters through magnificent worlds, collect crafting materials, and engage your prey in battle.
In Monster Hunter World it is important that you prepare for each monster you are hunting. It can take up to 10 minutes to prepare for the hunt, and sometimes another hour to complete a hunt. Often you are battling creatures that make your character look like a dwarf.
The only flaw I can find with Monster Hunter is I am not a fan of the multiplayer system. While it does work, it was made far more complicated than it needed to be.
At $13 Monster Hunter World is a real steal.
The Devil May Cry HD collection includes Devil May Cry 1, 2, and 3 remastered in HD.
The first Devil May Cry is a masterpiece. Between the story of Dante and the hack and slash combat the game just sucks you in. The first time I played it I accidently played it to completion in one sitting. It was so good I didn’t realize how much time was passing.
Devil May Cry 2 had some issues in development and is the worst game in the series. That being said, it is still a good game, just not as great as the other Devil May Cry games.
Devil May Cry 3 got the series back on track. While I still don’t find it quite as good as the original, it is very close.
The first game alone is easily worth $10, so getting all three games for $8.59 is a bargain.
Tales of Berseria is my favorite Tales game so far (I haven’t played Tales Of Arise).
Tales Of Berseria is a prequel to Tales of Symphonia. You can easily play Tales of Berseria without any prior knowledge of the other tales games.
What I like about Tales of Berseria is that the story is much darker than the other tales games. While Tales Of Symphonia will pull your heart out of your chest over and over, Tales Of Berseria will pull your heart out of your chest and stomp on it.
I am not a huge fan of JRPG’s in general, but Tales of Berseria is an exception. It’s story telling is so beautifully crafted, and so much different from the other Tales games, it’s hard to believe it is even in the same universe.
If you’ve never played a Tales game, or played a different Tales game and didn’t like it, I would recommend giving Tales of Berseria a chance.
The original Little Nightmares caught me off guard with how good it was. When Little Nightmares II came out, I had to pick it up immediately. Was it worth it? Absolutely.
Very rarely do I find a sequel that blows the socks of the original, especially when the original is as good as Little Nightmares, but Little Nightmares II managed to do it.
While the original Little Nightmares was very cute with some creepy elements, Little Nightmares II is very creepy with some cute elements. I didn’t expect the sequel to Little Nightmares to come across as spooky as it does.
Another thing that adds to Little Nightmares II is the AI Co-op mechanic. What Little Nightmares was a single affair, Little Nightmares II has added an AI partner to make more interesting variations in puzzles.
While the majority of the game is puzzle platforming, another mechanic Little Nightmares II adds is being able to smash some enemies with a hammer. While the mechanic is a little bit clunky, it still adds some depth to the game.
Gems like Little Nightmares II don’t come along very often. I tend to recommend lower prices games because I focus on discount gaming, but Little Nightmares II is a bargain for $18. Use the coupon code allyoucanplay to get this price.