|Fractured Space debuts on Steam Games Sunday at #7
- War Thunder
- Rainbow Six Siege
- Sid Meier's Civilization VI
- Arizona Rose and the Pirates' Riddles
- Marvel Heroes
- Company of Heroes 2
- Fractured Space
- Everyday Genius: SquareLogic
- Gems of War
In terms of new games debuting on the list this week, we have Fractured Space in 7th place pushing Gems of War down to 10th place. Fractured Space is a free-to-play game on Steam that describes itself as "a space combat game where you control a gigantic capital ship to seize mines and bases for resources and buffs. Play solo, co-op PvE or 5-v-5 PvP." The game is currently rated "Mostly Positive" with 79% of the 339 reviews in the past 30 days being positive. Rock Paper Shotgun describes the game as
A MOBA in a non-cutesy, non-fantasy setting, with just enough respect for the genre’s tradition while having the courage to keep things slow, uncomplicated and strategic. Here’s that slap on the back, space videogame. You deserve it.
Sounds pretty good, if you're into MOBAs featuring spaceships.
In terms of the remaining games on the list, War Thunder is still in 1st place and Rainbow Six Siege has gone up one place this week from 3rd to 2nd place. Sid Meier's Civilization VI drops down to 3rd place (probably due to a lack of multiplayer games going on) and Arizona Rose and the Pirates' Riddles, a nonogram/picross style game, has shot up from 8th place to 4th place - although don't expect this game to feature prominently in the future as the Choicest Games contributor who played this game has actually finished it! :)
Marvel Heroes and Company of Heroes 2 have both moved down one place and are now 5th and 6th respectively and Everyday Genius: SquareLogic has dropped from 6th place to 7th. Gauntlet has gone up slightly from 10th place to 9th place this week and, as previously mentioned, we have Gems of War in 10th place.
Anyway stay tuned for next Sunday to see if this list changes :). Are you playing any of the games on this list? How are you finding them?