The 10 best games of 2021

We pick 10 top games of 2021 and share with you. The games delivered us the stories that has strong gameplay that embrace the narrative design and evocative stories. It also leads us to think after playing it.

10.Ruined King: A League of Legends Story

A League of Legends story is a great place to jump into the franchise’s lore and the charming world of Runeterra.

Not only is the turn-based RPG mechanically sound, offering an interesting combat system that makes the most of timing and resource management, but it also brings together a group of disparate characters into a squad.

  1. Genesis Noir (Feral Cat Den)

Genesis Noir is an art-filled single-player puzzle game set during the Big Bang, when the world went black and white, and the hero, Nori, had to navigate through different scenarios, exploring black holes, primordial Earth, visiting jazz cafes, and finding solace in a glass of gin. He will witness the birth and history of mankind and find a way to destroy the creator

8.Life is Strange: True Colors

Life Is Strange 2 is an adventure game produced by Dontnod Entertainment and published by Square Enix. The series follows College student Max Caulfield and her best friend Chloe as they search for the truth behind the mysterious disappearance of Rachel Amber.

The game introduces an episodic format similar to that of the US TV series, with lots of choices that influence the course of the game. The game inherits a great system and a great story that many players have come to expect.

  1. It Takes Two

It Takes Two is a co-op multiplayer game created by Josef Fares, and the content of the game has a lot to do with the emotions of the characters, even controlling them in certain scenarios. t Takes Two isn’t your average platformer. It toys with scale and offers incredible variety in its gameplay to ensure every level is not only memorable but entirely different from the last.

  1. Hitman 3 (IO Interactive)

Hitman 3 is an action game developed and published by Square Enix as the final chapter in the Hitman trilogy, which will be released on January 20, 2021.

Hitman 3 will turn you back into Hitman 47, a ruthless professional assassin who must complete the most important contract of his career. In short, 47 and the world around him will change forever.

Hitman 3 takes players around the world to experience exotic and luxurious locations, each filled with opportunities to kill. As 47, the player’s ultimate goal is to explore these elaborate locations and figure out how to destroy them. The new game will give players the freedom to disguise, create “accidents,” interact with other characters and blend in with the crowd to watch the plan unfold.

  1. Inscryption

Inscryption is a card game developed by Daniel Mullins Games and released on October 20, 2021.

Inscryption is a card turn-based, lightly Roguelike strategy game. In the game, you need to use special methods to successfully break through the traps set by these cards, and successfully survive, the player will discover some horrible truth, but don’t worry, successfully solve the player will pass.

Through surgery and self-mutilation, players can acquire cards based on forest animals, including wolves, and move their pieces on a Monopoly map to help them win. During the game, the official can check the advantages and disadvantages of the current level through the scale set aside, and in the card game, the animals on the board will sometimes talk to the player to provide various clues, adding more variety to the card battle.

  1. Deathloop

Deathloop, the blockbuster of the year announced at Microsoft’s E3 press conference, takes a very ontological approach to storytelling: Your character, Colt, wakes up on the beach, kicks a couple of wine bottles and fills his mouth with sand. The beach seems both familiar and unfamiliar — you should know where to go, even if your body is ahead of your head, but the words are “suggestive or mocking” everywhere.

  1. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (Eidos Montreal)

Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy China is a third person action shooter game adapted from Marvel IP. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy game players will be one of marvel’s main characters, you and your friends on an interstellar journey through the universe, to fight evil. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy games have gorgeous battle graphics that allow players to fight with elemental guns and jet shoes.

  1. Metroid Dread (Mercury Steam, Nintendo EPD)

METROID is one of nintendo’s most famous game series. Although there are only five games so far, the number of games is far from the legend of Zelda, Mario, Donkey Kong and other Nintendo works, but its classic status is recognized by the public. Some Chinese netizens even said, “It’s no use calling yourself a Nintendo fan if you don’t play METROID all your life.” I agree: You don’t have to play Mario, you don’t have to play Pokemon, you don’t even have to play Zelda, but you have to play Metroid!

The most powerful female character in games is Metroid Prime’s Samus Allen. She is a pioneer. When you play Nintendo’s Metroid, a lot of players feel like they’re playing with a girl the whole time.

  1. Halo Infinite

Halo: Infinite is a first-person shooter from 343 Studio and the sequel to the Halo series. The game will be released on Xbox One and Windows 10 on December 8, 2021. [1] [2]

In December 2021, Halo: Infinite won the TGA Player’s Voice of the Year 2021 award with 35% of the vote.

Academy mode: Directed by Spartan Commander Laurette, allows players to learn the basics of combat and map recognition; Also includes a small range of robot training assault warfare and so on.

Training mode: This mode allows the player to configure specific weapons, deploy robots, and perform specific exercises to suit their needs — these robots can even be used in custom games.


By:CGGE Editing Group

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