It has a PlayScore of 8.88 In 6th place is XCOM 2 The sequel to the critically acclaimed strategy game takes a different turn in this installment. Earth failed to keep up with the Alien Race and doomed to hell. Now, the only hope for humanity lies on the far edge of space. Set 20 years after the calamity, fight for survival in this deep and complex strategy game that provides constant thrill even when you’re about to achieve victory. The game remains the same in its turn-based mechanics, however, the addition of a refined tactical combat gives your soldiers a potential edge in battle. Well, you know what they say, you can never trust the percentage in XCOM. But you’ll be sure to know that this has a PlayScore of 8.89 Number 5 in the list is Starbound From the Publisher that gave us Stardew Valley comes a game so adorable and so full of content. Starbound is a large sandbox world filled with so much things to do.
From the normality of live or through the vastness of space, we’re pretty sure your character will be overwhelmed. As the game states it, you CHOOSE your own story. But first you must be aware of the path around you. You are not on Earth anymore and the Universe is infinite. Engage in the fun campaign with memorable characters and side quests. Build, craft and explore. If you can’t do it alone, gather a friend and venture into the world beyond! It has been widely applauded for its creativity and expansiveness. It has won awards for being a successful Indie game and it has a PlayScore of 8.91 Fourth is Hyper Light Drifter If you’ve come to know this game just now, then one thing you’ll notice first is its visually pleasing atmosphere. It’s filled with purple colors and vibrant lights. That’s one of the game’s most acclaimed feature. Hyper Light Drifter, as the name implies, is a story set in a blaring nightmarish world of post-apocalyptic technology. This 2D adventure lets you take control of a Drifter as he travels between areas of unknown origins.
The game has a fast-paced combat; your Drifter can do various abilities with his powerful energy sword. As much as the gameplay and visuals were praised, it’s also important to point out the game’s sound design. It’s taking inspiration from classic NES games with no dialogue but full of heartwarming music. It has a PlayScore of 8.94 Ranked number 3 is Darkest Dungeon This game isn’t all about the joy of adventure, nor it’s about the thrill of it. It’s a test of your mental and psychological fortitude. Your heroes, that is. Darkest Dungeon is a brutal dungeon-crawling game with insane roguelike momentum. It’s set in a Gothic Dark Fantasy world where crimson blood runs around every corner. So recruit and set up your own band of heroes in a journey of constant ruin and despair. With its unique Affliction System, your heroes won’t be fighting monsters but stress as well.