2019 is there: almost kicking its boots and closing another very amazing year for video games. It was the year of Death Stranding, Sekiro, Control, The Outer Worlds and many other respectful games among gamers.
Let’s see some games that also shone in the last 12 months and maybe deserve some time on your vacation.
A very common question among my conversations with friends in 2019 was, “So, have you ever played Disco Elysyum?”
This is one of those RPGs that will trap you with a lot of consequences, actions and reactions. All incarnated by a policeman. Play Disco Elysyum. It’s very good.
The Plague Tale: Innocence
Another game on the list of those that shone simply in 2019 is A Plague Tale. A plot that captivates when involving losses, a great plague and some elements of stealth and pure suspense.
In the midst of all this, two brothers trying to survive.
Remnant: From the Ashes
In a Dark Souls-style Destiny-style design footprint here and there, Remnant: From the Ashes delivers something that Souls franchise players have thought of acquiring: guns. That’s right.
The rest, my friends, you can imagine.
Baba Is You
Baba Is You is one of those simple games that can challenge you.
Created for you to question concepts such as physics, logic, and even video game design, Baba Is You is one of the pleasant surprises of 2019 that can give you those good times of “why haven’t I thought of this before?”
Sayonara Wild Hearts
Amazing and with a soundtrack that honors the same adjective.
Sayonara Wild Hearts brings a unique style of arcade racing game with unique moments that challenge the genre itself.
My Friend Pedro
In the purest and simplest summary possible, My Friend Pedro is about giving good shots around with style.
You know, right, it’s from Devolver and such.
Since we talk about Returning and some amazing games, let’s also recommend Katana Zero.
The footprint is as crazy as My Friend Pedro, but around here we cut everything and everyone with a katana.
2019 also brought some interesting proposals for fans of real time strategy games. One on the list is Anno 1800, which came out earlier this year.
But the challenge here is taking care of an entire city. Of all the same details: streets, needs of the population and so on. Perfect to know if you would be a good mayor or just a disaster.
Age of Wonders: Planetfall
Still in the strategy footprint, Age of Wonders: Planetfall has come up with a more stellar theme for fans of the genre.
And it involves more battle elements and everything you want from an intergalactic strategist.
Ace Combat 7
Oops, if you’ve always wanted to get inside a military ship and go out fighting all that is enemy, let’s remember that Ace Combat 7 arrived this year.
Sky: Children of the Light
This is one of the most interesting mobile games that appeared this year. With a taste of Journey and made by the same developers, Sky: Children of the Light promises to bring such a magical experience as the classic of the last generation.
Best of all, it will soon reach other platforms.
Catherine: Full Body
Well, Catherine is not a new game in the 2019 release sea, but this new edition is sure to give even greater breath to this mix of puzzles and date simulator.
And if you haven’t played before, Catherine: Full Body brings an excellent opportunity in the current generation. And for PS Vita.
So, what did you think about the games? Did we end up forgetting some really cool stuff that you found out this year? So share with us your experience in the comments section!