It’s time for us to look at the HRK Game Top 10 Deals of the Week (May Edition) to see which spectacular titles we should start this month off with!
The Warlord Package
We shall start HRK Game Top 10 Deals of the Week (May Edition) with a combined deal. The Warlord Package comes with two exceptional Mount & Blade titles.
One of the most realistic medieval ARPG with a stellar army management system. Mount & Blade: Warband lets you live out your life in the medieval ages while being gripping and incredibly immersive. It’s one of the best titles when it comes to addictive open-ended gameplay. That all gets a continuation in Mount & Blade: Bannerlord, the newest and quite popular game to grace this franchise. Customize your main character, pick a background/origins, and tailor your destiny. You can be a bandit, a lord, a trader. You can rule over your very own kingdom. While the game is still in Early Access, it has a lot of content and a lot more is on the way.
DRAGONBALL XENOVERSE Bundle Edition
Anyone that’s a fan of this popular shounen anime and a fan of stylish action game will fall in love with DRAGONBALL XENOVERSE. With the DRAGONBALL XENOVERSE Bundle Edition, you get the base game together with all the character packs. You can play as ANY OF YOUR FAVORITE characters that were featured in the anime at some point and time. Fastpaced, full of content, and exceptional online play, it features all of that and more.
Bad North is a strange title. It manages to mix together stress and relaxation. A minimalist nature with difficulty turns that quickly turn a calm period into a frenzy. A unique physics system, incredibly charming art style, and a surprising bit of depth. The “hard-mode” especially makes you learn through pain. But each achievement feels extraordinarily rewarding. Challenging, short, and quite sweet, Bad North is an unusual real-time strategy with well-crafted rogue-like qualities.
Totally Accurate Battle Simulator
Silly, nonsensical, and wacky. You can tell from the name, Totally Accurate Battle Simulator is a sandbox title full of wonky physics and hilarious battles. It’s still in Early Access but the game offers an insane amount of content and it rewards experimentation. Put up all kinds of different units against one another and see in what insane way they’ll annihilate each other.
Aragami is an outstanding stealth Unity title with an insanely fun co-op, a lot of satisfying mechanics, and a niche little story. It’s janky here and there, but with the player freedom you get in missions, you will not be bored anytime during your play. Missions are an actual challenge that can be completed in all sorts of ways. For extra shadowy ninja shenanigans, you can play with a buddy in co-op which is where the game truly shines.
Streets of Rage 4
We’ve all played old-school 2D beat ’em ups in our childhood. Yet, we don’t see games like that anymore. At least they don’t appear often, but every now and then we get something like Streets of Rage 4. An instant classic that comes forth with a diverse cast of characters both old and new, a modernized old-school art style, and a groovy vibe. Everything beat ’em ups are known for! A solid campaign with couch co-op, responsive and heavy combat, and an overall incredible retro look.
Want a party game that will truly test the friendship of you and your buddies while having a blast? Overcooked! 2 is there to provide just that. Can you beat your friends with your skills while dealing with obstacles? The clock is ticking and the dishes wait to be made. Your culinary skills are the only thing that can help you beat the competition. One of the most hectic, rewarding, and frustrating (as it should be) party games out there.
F.E.A.R. Ultimate Shooter
An insanely old shooter with a campaign that blows most triple-A shooters out of the water. Capable A.I., a potently eerie atmosphere, and it truly does frighten you during some of its moments. One of the most memorable and engaging shooter campaigns out there. So, if by some chance you’re unfamiliar with F.E.A.R., now is the perfect time to play catchup.
Killing Floor to me is a hardcore version of Left 4 Dead. With an insane creature sound design, ambiance, and gun sound effects it sets up an eerily immersive experience. The screams of the Siren haunt me to this very day. It has various classes (specializations), lots of guns, and frightening mutants that constantly try to ravage your flesh. Many difficulty settings let you pick how much you’re going to bleed while you fend off wave after wave of hideous enemies.
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Game of the Year Edition
Don’t just think that this is a poor man’s Skyrim. Oblivion is able to stand on its own two feet as an RPG with better quest design, more distinct creatures and equipment, and a deeper magic system. It’s one of those games that have been forgotten by most, but it’s a charming RPG with a lot of replayability without taking into consideration its absolutely INSANE modding community.
That concludes this HRK Game Top 10 Deals of the Week (May Edition).