HRK Game – Top 10 Deals Of The Week (All Games Under 5 Euro Edition) is here to show you which awesome titles can be bought for a dirt-cheap price.
The Escapists + The Escapists: The Walking Dead Deluxe
Ever wanted to know how hard it would be to escape prison? The Escapists puts you in an 8-bit correctional facility from which you have to escape while not getting caught. That sounds easy but it isn’t. Can you maintain your prison life while gathering the needed tools for the escape and not getting caught? Does your plan take into consideration every possible problem that you might encounter? It’s an extremely challenging and intriguing indie game that will keep you occupied for a good amount of time. There’s even a sequel that you can enjoy when you finish the first game!
In this HRK Game – Top 10 Deals Of The Week (All Games Under 5 Euro Edition), The Escapists comes in a bundle with The Escapists: The Walking Dead title. It puts the same mechanics in a world where you have to survive a zombie apocalypse!
Middle-earth: Shadow of War
Merge Assassin’s Creed’s gameplay with GTA’s immersive open-world. Add excellent graphics, an intriguing story, an incredible A.I. system for the enemies, insanely huge and exhilarating battles, and you get Middle-earth: Shadow of War. This is one of those games that has the perfect balance of exploration, gearing up, and fast-paced and bloody combat that actually requires skill and tactical thinking. The gameplay formula is pretty repetitive but upgrades, increasingly powerful foes, and the Nemesis system keep things fresh throughout your playthrough. There’s even online play if you wish to take on other players and their armies. Yes, you create your own army of Orcs in this game. Does it get much better than that?
Beyond Good and Evil
Ah, Beyond Good and Evil, a cult-classic that many have forgotten. In what other game would you play as an investigative reporter that’s also a skilled martial artist? And your uncle is a pig. Your assignment is to help a resistance movement reveal a sinister planet-wide alien conspiracy. But, that’s only the plot. The game has combat, platforming, racing, photography, puzzles, stealth, all jam-packed into one unforgettable experience. This is one of those titles that was made with insane amounts of love, sweat, and tears, and it shows. Yet, not many people have played it. So, now’s the perfect time to get it and experience it for the first time!
Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition
Ah, Fallout: New Vegas. You’re one of those games that I always return to. No matter how buggy it is, no matter how outdated the graphics look, it’s just too fun. The insanely imaginative and creative world, the dashingly charismatic characters, the OUTSTANDIGLY fun quests. It’s an RPG that you can replay many different times. Add in all the DLC you get with the Ultimate Edition AND the fact that the game’ modding support is insane. Trust me, if you like your RPGs creative, enjoyable, and immersive, Fallout: New Vegas is the perfect title for you. If you’ve played the recently released The Outer Worlds, this game is basically that but a hundred times better in all aspects. I cannot recommend it enough.
Killing Floor 2
The sequel to one of the best horror-action co-op titles. Killing Floor 2 has everything you want in a title like this. A grimey metal soundtrack, bone-chilling audio design (both for monsters and for weapons), a detailed gore system (you can dismember the mutants in horrible ways), lots of classes, lots of tools of destruction, and fun maps. Killing Floor 2 does have a tiny problem with its DLCs and loot boxes, but it can still be an awesome co-op experience. If insane carnage with friends is what you’re looking for, this game has it in spades.
Cities: Skylines is one of those titles that you play to relax. Yet, it also has an incredible amount of depth to it, especially if you own a couple of DLCs. Even the modding community provides insane amounts of new content on a regular basis, which is free. A slick UI, a gorgeous and clean art style, easy-to-understand mechanics, and more. Anyone that’s a fan of Simcity or any other city simulators is going to fall in love with Cities Skylines.
Sniper Elite 3
Think the X-Ray moves in the Mortal Kombat games are awesome? Wait until you see a bullet penetrating a guy’s ribs in Sniper Elite 3. While this title does have its fair share of problems, when you get down to sniping, it’s freaking amazing. The stealth action segments where you have to pick off enemies in dreary and dry environments are outstanding. You’re out in the sun, you’re easy to spot, so the difficulty is quite steep, even though the A.I. isn’t the brightest. Levels give you multiple ways of achieving your objective (and there are multiple objectives to complete), the scenery is quite visually pleasing for such an old game, and the sniper X-Ray kills are orgasmic. I would even say that those kills are the absolute highlight of the game. I mean, who wouldn’t get a surge of excitement whey they see how their bullet rips an enemy’s skull apart?
Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons
A tear-jerking story about family and its importance. Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons is one of those titles that will have you crying. On multiple occasions. But, it’s also an excellent story-driven adventure with some strange puzzles, interesting characters, and a powerful story. The controls are a bit hard to get used to, and it’s easier to play with a controller rather than with a keyboard. If now’s the time for a wholesome and heartwarming story, Brothers – A Tale of Two Sins is the perfect title to pick up.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is an exceptional sci-fi shooter with RPG elements. Solid writing, a great story (if we disregard the ending), amazing level design which gives a lot of freedom to the player, immersive and detailed level design, a ton of secrets to uncover, and more. There’s a ton of content that will keep you occupied for a long time. The main hub is Prague and it is presented absolutely wonderfully, lots of vivid colors and stunning scenery.
But, the game also has microtransactions. They aren’t needed to play and enjoy the game, but the implementation of them in a single-player title is just straight out bullshit. If you can disregard that, this is one of the finer single-player sci-fi shooters that you can play.
And for the last game of HRK Game – Top 10 Deals Of The Week (All Games Under 5 Euro Edition), we have SUPERHOT. Wherever you find mentions of this title you’ll see that people say that it’s one of the most innovative shooters of recent times. “It’s just a shooter where time moves when you move”. That’s what I thought until I played the game myself. In a sense, it’s like a strategy-shooter. Inspecting the entire room, figuring out how to kill everyone while remaining alive isn’t as easy as you might think. And there’s a hilariously meta-story that mocks gaming in general which is short but sweet. Creative, challenging, fun, and quite sarcastic at times, SUPERHOT is one of those games that you don’t want to miss out on.
That’s it for this week’s top 10 deals, be sure to check us out again next week!