Spotlight Sunday is a way for Choicest Games to feature PC games that are scheduled for release on the following week - games that we consider worthwhile checking out.
This week (13th Apr to the 19th Apr 2015) there's quite a few games coming to PC that I think are worth checking out - a couple of famous franchises and two indie games:
Grand Theft Auto Vcop or a vigilante. I'm hoping there's some redeeming features in this most recent release but considering there's even a separate Wikipedia page for controversies surrounding the game, it seems unlikely. Anyway, that's not going to stop most people buying this game - I'm sure it'll be just as much a hit on PC as it was on console.
Mortal Kombat X
- Release Date: 14/04/2015
- Availability: Steam $59.99 USD, Ozgameshop $36.99, JB Hi-Fi $69, EB Games $79.95
That is all.
- The game helps explain why net neutrality is important in the form of a parkour-style computer game
- It's free!
- It has an awesome pun for a name
But that's basically it. The game is apparently a "3D playground runner influenced by the parkour running style in Mirror's Edge". While I confess that I've never played the cult classic Mirror's Edge, it does have many fans. This must also be one of the first games I've heard of where your humble Internet Service Provider is the antagonist trying to impede you from making any progress. Sounds like it's worth a look, especially considering it's free.
The Charnel House Trilogy
- Release Date: Next week
- Availability: Steam Pre-order unavailable