Top 10 NEW Games | August 2021 | PlayStation | Windows

Top 10 New Games on August, 10 new Video Games you should think about trying.

 

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Here is the list of Top 10 New Games

Kena: Bridge of Spirits

I am actually very interested in it. It looks type of like “Breath of the Wild” blended with, the primary “Ni no Kuni” in which you’ve got the type of that identical acquainted dynamic occurringalthough maybe no longer to the precise same extent, I do not know that the spirit companions in “Kena” are definitely specially combatorientedit’s greater alongside the traces of distractions, transferring itemscompleting tasks.

But it does seem like they function in the battle to at least some extent. And obviously, the fight is real-time and no longer turnprimarily based. Anyway, this is an absolutely gorgeous looking game.. the world itself is inspired by the way of Japan and Bali. It’s developed by a 14 person independent studio, and the way that they were originally burst onto the scene was a “Majora’s Mask” oriented, the short film they made. And that artistry is really showing through with this game, as well as obviously, they’re wearing their influences on their sleeve. This is one of the top 10 new game in august.

I think this has the potential to be a really good game. It’s coming to the PlayStations and Microsoft Windows on August 24th and may be delayed to September.

Psychonauts 2

let’s just go ahead and say, it’s been a long term because of the authentic “Psychonauts”. There has been a VR adventure sport based totally on “Psychonauts” that progressed the story and kind of features as a lead as much as this one, however that is a straight-up “Psychonauts” recreation. It is a platformer.

It is the first by Double pleasant on the grounds that Microsoft obtained them, which apparently gave them a lot of money to work with. A particular exciting thing of that is that they may be published for the PlayStation 4however not 5 even as publishing to the brand new Xbox Series X.

suggest, “Psychonauts” is a superb puzzle platform, there may be just a lot that I’m looking forward to leaping into once more because those are video games that are prepared intricately and with numerous care. And the reason why it takes so long is that those guys have a very specific vision for those video gamesthat’s something that can be anxiousbut at the same time, the end result is usually quite correct. This is one of the top 10 new games in august. “Psychonauts 2” is landing on Microsoft windows, the Xboxes, and PlayStation 4, August 25th.

New World

For me, this is gonna be worth watching, not necessarily because I’m really excited about it, but because Amazon Games has, well, not exactly put out the best stuff. And I would say they have a large amount riding on this game. So from that perspective, I’m pretty interested in seeing if they can put something out that’s good.

“New World” is a massively multiplayer online RPG, MMORPG, at this point, you know what that is. It has had a slightly tumultuous development cycle, was originally going to release in May 2020. It’s obviously more than a year after that. The pandemic obviously played a role in that, but there are probably other reasons why it took that long.

For me, this isn’t necessarily a game that I am really intent on playing. I’m sure that MMORPG fans will find things to like. I’m more interested in if they put out something that is good quality. Amazon’s kind of injected themselves into the gaming world with this game studio and it hasn’t gone well up until now. So, frankly, at this point, that is a very interesting prospect.

“New World” comes to Microsoft Windows on August 31st.

Aliens Fireteam Elite

Which is a multiplayer co-op shooter that’s also functioning as a sequel to the original “Alien” trilogy. Basically, It’s a third-person co-op shooter, I would compare it loosely, and I mean loosely because the gameplay does look a little bit different to me, to “Left 4 Dead”, like that type of format. However, it looks a little bit more like a serious shooter. Not characterizing it as like “Rainbow Six” type tactical shooting, It’s still probably closer to “Left 4 Dead”.

It is functioning as a direct sequel, like I said, it’s set 23 years after the original films, has you as an anonymous Space Marine answering a distress call from the colonies. For me, this has the potential to be a real hit. It also has the potential to land like a lead balloon. It is primarily an action-shooter from the looks, but we’ll see.

It’s coming to the PlayStations, the Xboxes, and PC on August 24th.

No More Heroes 3

Which is interestingly enough a Nintendo Switch exclusive. This is a series we’ve seen on the Wii, on PS3, Xbox 360, It’s been on mobile, and it’s always been kind of a satirical, kind of edgy place. And to me just, it’s bizarre that the newest incarnation of this is landing on the Switch. However, I’m not upset about it.

This is a game that has provided a pretty fair amount of laughs through the years, and it’s got really good action in it as well. The big thing about this one is that it is returning to the open-world formula. So I do think that’s gonna be an interesting aspect of it. If you’re aware of the previous two games though, this is a good hack and slash series that will make you laugh at some point.

It’s exclusive to the Nintendo Switch and is landing on August 27th.

RiMS Racing

A game that the developer, RaceWard Studio, labels a completely new approach to the motorcycle simulation game experience. Now, one of the big things that have people talking about this game is the extensive customization options. Like, we’re of course, very aware of motorcycle simulation games, but do we see customization down to like, brake fluid? You can swap out almost any part from what I have found in doing research into this game.

A direct quote from RaceWard is that “Players are able to fully disassemble their motorbike “and replace every element “to achieve the best possible setup, “by choosing over 500 official components “from tires to discs, to pads, suspension, “air filters, et cetera.” It’s also a very pretty looking game, honestly, a lot of really nice reflections I’ve seen in the trailer, but also a lot of really cool dirt stuff.

All in all, RiMS is definitely an interesting motorcycle racing game, that’s coming to PC, the PlayStations, the Xboxes, and it’s coming on August 19th.

Humankind

A 4X historical, turn-based, strategy game that is probably going to give you “Civilization” vibes. It’s essentially you building a human civilization across six major eras. The idea is to expand society, develop cities, conquer, you know, the whole 4X thing. Now, it’s published by Sega, but it’s developed by Amplitude, and their city building is actually going to be following the model from “Endless Legend” if you’re familiar with that.

Essentially, they regard this as like a big jump over “Endless Legend” and “Endless Space”, calling it their Magnum Opus and saying, “It wouldn’t have been possible “had Sega not acquired the studio.” It’s been delayed a little bit for polishing. And I think that that’s not a bad thing. It looks like it has the potential to be a really big, interesting game that might actually take on the “Civilization” series, I don’t know. It would be cool to have more than one game in that genre dominating everything.

We’ll see, though, when it comes out on August 17th.

Ghost of Tsushima

Directors Cut: Now, you know “Ghost of Tsushima” as a fantastic, open-world, action-adventure, stealth tour de force. At this point, I really doubt that I have to tell you anything about what “Ghost of Tsushima” is, but I do have to tell you that the Director’s Cut includes a new story that takes place on new locations on Iki Island. Essentially, Jin arrives on the island, it’s ruled by a Mongol shaman, and you have to learn about things to keep your people safe.

This is more about Jin Sakai, the main character’s past and where he’s coming from in the main game and is being described as a story of healing on the official PlayStation blog. But really what I’m interested in is just spending more time in “Ghost of Tsushima”. They’re actually including a lot of options for PS4 and PS5 mobility. If you’re upgrading from the PS4 to the Director’s Cut, it’s 20 bucks, if you’re upgrading from the PS4 to the PS5 to get the Director’s Cut, it’s 20 bucks.

If you buy the Director’s Cut on PS4 and want to upgrade to Director’s Cut on PS5, that’s 10 bucks. And you can buy it for 60 bucks for PS4, or 70 bucks for PS5. All of that lands on August 20th.

Lone Echo II

The sequel to the VR adventure game, where the goal is to move around a zero-gravity environment by grabbing and pushing and using physics in a VR environment, it’s really actually very cool. And basically, you have to solve various puzzles, et cetera, and continues the plot by somehow time-travelling the main characters to a space station 400 years in the future where the biomass that they encountered in the first game has evolved into like, little bugs.

Basically, you have to solve the mystery of an abandoned space station. And I think that it’s kind of funny because it mirrors a lot of like these, oh, you go to an abandoned place and find out what happened way back, except for you’re probably actually from a long time before the events that you’re investigating.

Imagine if Isaac Clarke was like a 1990’s inventor guy who time travelled forward to the Ishimura and found out that in the past, but in his future, there was some kind of horrible incident on this ship. What’s interesting to me is the possibility that that is also perhaps part of the plot. This is also one of the top 10 new games in august. My fingers are crossed, “Lone Echo II” is coming to Oculus Rift on August 24th.

12 Minutes

We have seen more games recently about time loops. “Death loops” is a big one, but that’s a big 3D. It’s an Arkane game and it’s coming in September.”12 Minutes” is actually a much smaller, a much more intimate affair in which a man finds out his wife is pregnant, a police officer comes in, accuses the wife of killing your father and the police officer ends up killing her and the unborn child. Time then resets, you retain all the knowledge, and from that point, you’re supposed to attempt to find the best outcome in order to beat the game.

Now, it’s only a 12-minute loop, but the game is apparently going to be somewhere between six and eight hours, and plays out like a point and click adventure game. It’s top-down, it is actually a pretty good looking game considering that it’s literally just in a single apartment from a single camera angle. And honestly, to me, it seems like a really intriguing concept that could end up playing out very well.

I’m interested in it and I will definitely be playing it when it comes out on Microsoft Windows, Xbox One and Xbox Series X and S on August 19.

 

BONUS GAMES FOR YOU

“Kings Bounty II”, a turn-based RPG, which is a direct sequel to a game from 1990, where you basically lead an army across the world, and I don’t know, It’s a very epic game that’s landing on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, on August 24th. “Madden 22”, the latest incarnation of EAs long-running “Madden NFL”. That’s landing on the PlayStations, the Xboxes, and Microsoft Windows on August 17th. And finally, “Glitchpunk”, which kind of looks like really amped up, old school, “Grand Theft Auto” from the top-down perspective in a cyberpunk dystopia. That’s landing on PC on August 11th, it’s coming out of early access.

 

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