With Winter officially here, it is time to stay inside and play all the games. Okay, we do that anyway, this time you will just need a blanket. Anyway, while we wait for E3 2019 announcments, and for September when all the upcoming games start to release, why not use the free time you have right now, by jumping on titles you might have missed? The Nexus Retail June Sale is now live, and it might just be the best time for you to pick some new titles up.
Mortal Kombat 11
Mortal Kombat 11 - scoring a solid 8/10 by Paul - was met with controversial reviews on launch but has been fixed since then with a number of patch fixes. The venerated fighting title is excellent for those couch co-op sessions, online battles, and even features a pretty decent storyline.
Rage 2 Bundle
Rage 2 - scoring a 7/10 from Lynley - is an absolutely incredible time as you run around the post-apocalyptic map, shooting, blowing up, smashing, and pulverising your way through everything. The latest shooter from id Software and Avalanche studios is a good ol' fashion FPS without a pretentious storyline or attempt at a deep narrative - it's simply an insane, fun shoot 'em up. Also, if you buy Rage 2 before the 28th of June, you can stand a chance to win an epic Rage 2 hamper, including a t-shirt, plastic baseball bat, pin badges, and more!
The Division 2
The Division 2 - scoring a 9/10 from yourself truly - is a pretty lengthy looter-shooter, giving roughly 30-40 hours of story content. The online looter-shooter from Ubisoft gave a challenging journey through post-occupation Washington D.C., where you will need to claim the city back from those who have overthrown it. The endgame is where the game truly shines, so why not grab your mates, or team up with folks online, and claim D.C. back - and also all the shiny things.
Kingdom Hearts III
Kingdom Hearts III - scoring a 9.5/10 from Vincent - is a, um, well I am not sure, exactly. Even our resident Kingdom Hearts experts, Sam and Vincent, simply shrugged and said "yes" whenever I asked them a question about it. However, I do know that it was rated incredibly high by its fan-base and was showered with accolades by those who simply enjoyed the Disney mash-up.
KeyForge - a 2018 tabletop card game - has soared to popularity for its fantasy setting and unique decks. The two-player tabletop card game sees two players take control of Archons, in their quest to forge three unique keys, to access the knowledge inside the Crucible.
Days of Play
Days of Play has returned and it's a time for PlayStation fans to get excited, with exclusives, controllers, and the limited edition Days of Play PS4 Console. Below are the titles and products currently included in the Days of Play:
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