Best Games of Previous Week #10

Apr 01 2019 6 min read

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These spring weeks are getting hotter and hotter in terms of games releasing. The previous week was marked with quite a few new titles of various scale and genres, and you’ll definitely find something specific to your liking. Without further ado, let’s get into details.

Today’s compilation consists of the following titles:

Xenon Racer

A proper multiplatform release, Xenon Racer brings back the nearly forgotten joy of arcade racing games with futuristic overpowered vehicles. The project is dedicated to the last championship in human history where cars have actual wheels. That’s right, in the world of Xenon Racer everyone has a flying car with no character (i.e. no smell of smoking hot tires.) Luckily, you are about to defend the honour of good old wheeled vehicles at extremely high speeds – although these particular cars still have lost a significant feature. They are electric, so don’t expect the engines to roar.

Released on: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC.

The Walking Dead: The Final Season – Episode 4

The final chapter of Clementine’s story, in a traditional for Telltale’s games way, also hits all the major platforms. We are not only saying farewell to the heroes we’ve known for years now – we are also whispering the last goodbye to the studio that has released several exceptionally great games before facing its closure. Two final episodes were not developed under the Telltale label though, but at least most of the people who worked on the game previously finished what they started. Skybound did a great job putting an end to Clem’s story. The final season lacks the drama of the very first one – but it’s the whole saga we’ll remember.

Released on: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC.

Generation Zero

The game is set in the 80s, in Sweden, – during an invasion of hostile machines that threaten the existence of humans. Generation Zero is a game from the Avalanche studio – the one behind the Just Cause franchise – so you can expect a traditionally huge open world, which doesn’t have a lot of to it. The game promised a complex AI behaviour, and it’s safe to say that the developers didn’t keep their word in regards to that. While the robots might seem dumb, the aesthetics of the chosen setting is the reason to give the game a try. It’s an atmospheric project full of peaceful and calm beauty – until you meet a few machines willing to kill the leather bags. Humans. The game is best experienced in co-op, so don’t hesitate to call your friends for a journey through the Swedish landscapes.

Released on: PS4, Xbox One, PC.

Path of Exile

Path of Exile is probably the best existing alternative to Diablo 3, as it inherits the dark style and deep gothic atmosphere of Diablo 2 in a much more authentic way than the actual official triquel. The game has spent quite a few successful years on PC before hitting Xbox One and – finally – PS4. Now, the console gamers can fully enjoy the Diablo-killer that actually killed Diablo for good. This is a project created with love and passion by the true fans of action RPGs, and if you consider yourself to be one – than Path of Exile is undoubtedly worth your attention.

Released on: PS4.

Assassin’s Creed 3 Remastered

Honestly, Assassin’s Creed 3 is not such an old game that it would have deserved an HD remaster, but Ubisoft decided to make it happen anyway. The third game of the original historical trilogy, Assassin’s Creed 3 shines in full 4K glory thanks to the recent rerelease. The game features updated graphics engine, enhanced textures resolution, and other improvements to the visuals. The most obvious changes were made to the lighting system. The package includes all of the additional content released for the game as well as Assassin’s Creed 3 Liberation Remastered.

Released on: PS4, Xbox One, PC.

Yoshi’s Crafted World

A dedicated Switch exclusive, Yoshi’s Crafted World is a great example of fun-oriented Nintendo video games. It’s a long-awaited sequel to the fan-favourite series featuring the always joyful green dinosaur Yoshi. Thanks to the new camera perspectives, you can now explore the levels of the game in every desired direction. This is not a flat two-dimensional platformer anymore – instead, you can walk deeper into the stages looking for secrets. Moreover, the amazing world of the title can be enjoyed either solo or with friends – and we highly recommend you choose the latter option. 

Released on: Nintendo Switch.

Tropico 6

El Presidente is once again back – and his return is marked with additional gameplay mechanics for longtime devoted fans of Tropico to enjoy and play around. The most notable addition to the franchise of economic strategies/dictator simulators is the newest ability to steal famous monuments and points of interest, such as the Eiffel Tower or the Statue of Liberty, so that you tropical islands gain additional charm and beauty. There’re of course new tools to expand and improve your empire. For instance, you have additional options to connect your islands with bridges and tunnels, and the overall infrastructure system is now a lot more robust and refined. Time to dictate your will!

Released on: PC, Mac, Linux.


As you can see, the previous week has brought a lot of video games for every taste. You are going to have some busy time if you plan to explore at least a couple of the titles listed above. Most of them are actually pretty good, so don’t be scared to try something new.


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