The rest of 2022 is looking stacked.
A blend between a top-class JRPG and chilled out social sim, we're glad Persona is finally coming to a rig near you. It's a good time to be a weeb on PC.
We're digging the low-ish poly with grunge paint aesthetic of this upcoming stealth game. We also love the Disco Elysium-esque characters, and can't wait to pull off some mob murder cleanups.
Though more of a medieval setting, Witchfire looks to have the same kind of tactile gunplay and visual realism of Hunt Showdown. Throw in the Witcher-style abilities, and we're sold.
Pentiment's manuscript art style, historical authenticity, and commitment to the branching dialogue and reactive worlds Obsidian excels at leaves this looking like a winner to us.
When we see the cat in Stray terrorizing robots by simply existing, sneaking past drones and inspecting their shelves, our inner kitty lovers absolutely lose it. Stray looks so charming.
Darktide was one of the best games we played at not-E3 this year. We've had quite a few Left 4 Dead successors pop up over the last year, but we think this is going to be the new champ.