Tuesday, March 01, 2011

The List - March 2011

PC games worthy of mention for this month, ordered by interest.
(Monthly US releases are only estimated, game may end up all hype and really suck)

Homefront - Shooter
Penned by John Milius (Apocalypse Now, Red Dawn), this is a rare original shooter that has the storyline that puts you into a Red Dawn like universe.

Crysis 2 - Shooter
Don't have a gaming rig good enough to run Crysis?   don't worry, that's all a myth..just lower the game settings ya dolt.  Crysis leaves the familiar jungle for New Your City.
Shogun 2: Total War - Strategy
After the gigantic Empire, Total War's developers have deciding to go back to the game that started the TW series: Shogun.  Coop multiply included.

 Dragon Age 2 - RPG
Bioware's fantasy RPG continues.

Darkspore - ARPG
From the makers of Spore, this game combines Spore with Diablo gameplay.  Could be just the twist the aRPG genera needed. 

Dawn of War II Retribution - RTS
DoW series continues with this stand alone that introduces Imperial Guard.  Also includes: Space Marines, Tyrannids, Chaos, Orks, and Eldar.  Still lacks the massive battles seen in the past DoW, but getting closer.  Title is a better single player game, then multiplay.

Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood - Action
Considered best of the series, now available to PC gamers.

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