Best Video Game Locations
Mushihimesama Dive into desert landscapes and lush forests, battle against their gigantic Koju bugs, and try your hand against their colorful, hypnotic patterns. With three of their original game modes in full-HD form, it’s bullet hell experience you’ll keep coming back to. Taking its origins in the PlayStation 2 era of 2005, it’s a classic brought back to life. It has a PlayScore of 8.84 18. This War Of Mine While most games focus on the battlefields, this survival game shines a spotlight on the tragic misery of civilian lives. Experience the true horrors of war rearing its ugly head. Play as four characters, trying to survive through weeks of hunger, thirst, and loneliness. You’ll be faced with difficult decisions that will test your moral fiber. Will you die just to let others survive? It has a PlayScore of 8.85 17. Terraria If you look at it, it feels like Minecraft’s little 2D brother.
While similarities do exist, there’s a lot of differences when it comes to the gameplay. Terraria lets you play at your pace. Go gung-ho and start digging deep into caves guarded by monsters. Or take it easy. Claim your little turf, mine herbs, gather weapons… before taking that grand quest for epic loot and rare items. So start exploring, prepare to fight and build your own virtual home. It receives a PlayScore of 8.86 16. Bastion The game that made Supergiant what it is now. Explore a world in ruin after a mysterious Calamity and step into the shoes of a Kid as he embarks on a life-changing quest. Narrated by a seemingly omniscient voice, follow him as he faces off with hostile creatures that roam around its devastated world. With multiple weapons in hand, switch seamlessly and make sure to rebuild what was once lost. It receives a PlayScore of 8.91 15. Torchlight 2 With the startling success of their first title, Runic Games’ critically acclaimed action RPG makes a stellar return. Dive into its vibrant world, filled with deadly beasts, rewarding loot, and rich, interactive environment.
While it has an equally enjoyable multiplayer mode, its single player experience is just as good with their awesome sidequests and immersive world. Like a more colorful Diablo, it receives a PlayScore of 8.91. 14. Shovel Knight Driven with a sense of purpose and the power of love, Yacht Club Games’ iconic platformer excavates the 8-bit nostalgia within you. Be a knight wielding his trusty shovel and save your beloved from an evil kidnapper. Navigate around the mysterious castle and dig your way to find secrets, or smack your enemies in the face. It receives a PlayScore of 8.91 13. Downwell This classic-style platformer takes you on a dark descent into a mysterious well. A Devolver Digital game, dive down into its procedurally generated world equipped with your gun boots. IF that’s not enough, use your trusty weapons to vaporize enemies and collect treasures in its sweet and descending style. The game guarantees that there’s more stuff to do in every fall.