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5 Games To Get This Summer and Fall

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Variety. ©. June 12, 2019.

What are the 5 best video games to get this summer and fall? Fortunate enough, you came to the right place, if you want to find out. There are a variety of games that we want to get our hands on and some of the them probably were released months or years ago. “” is just going to make the list for you of the 5 best video game to get this summer and fall. You already know what to do if you have a different opinion about the top 5 list. Let your tweets be seen on our “Twitter.” 

Recompile - Gameplay Trailer | PS5

5. Recompile:

If you saw the trailer to “Recompile,” the odds are, you are still wondering what you just saw. Maybe you thought, “What in the cyber technology, Tron atmosphere did I just watch?” If I could describe what we just saw, “Recompile” looks like somewhat of a version of a 3-dimensional, “Galaga” game, but the main character is not a spaceship and you are shooting at various types of aliens, including objects. This shooter game is expected to be released in August on the following platforms: “PS5 (PlayStation 5),” “Xbox Series X/S,” and “Steam.” 

Have no fear because in the video game that combines traditional Metroidvania with nonlinear gameplay, you have to now worry about shooting at giant, geometric shapes, various robots in the air, as well as an oversized, robotic tarantula (and tarantula’s are one of the most feared creatures of all time). Some of you all consistently playing this game may want to repeatedly shoot the tarantula, ensuring that it will not creep back up, but you may waste so much time for other attackers to hunt you.

Explore, hack (locked doors, power grids, and enemy spawning machines), fight (as The Program, deciding whether to help or hinder the denizens of the Mainframe), and survive in this unusual world. The developers aim for “Recompile” to be the first ever Metroidvania-style game to include multiple, highly dynamic critical paths. 

There is the untimely fall of the Seven Suns, which ultimately causes a millennia of neglect, turning into the Mainframe’s repository of code (where there is a race of half-deterministic subroutines). Everyone exists in what appears like a digital purgatory, but does the Seven Suns not remind you of the Seven Suns in Buddhism, involving the end of the world? Well, in “Recompile,” you are trying to escape deletion, so it is a high possibility that the Seven Suns from Buddhism was incorporated in the video game. 

Mayhem Brawler - Gameplay Trailer | PS5, PS4

4. Mayhem Brawler:

It is complicated to go wrong with the entertainment of another beat ‘em up game and “Mayhem Brawler,” is an urban fantasy themed game. Dolphin, Trouble, and Star (the most popular officers of the super-powered law enforcement agency) have to eliminate street gangs, super-powered criminals, hexes from street wizards, werewolves, and confront the megacorporation (which is led by vampire houses, enforcing goons to do their dirty work). “Mayhem Brawler” is set to be released on August 18, 2021, on the following platforms: “PS4 (PlayStation 4),” “Xbox One,” Nintendo Switch,” and “Microsoft Windows.” 

Play this game and your eyes will be facing a 90s arcade vibe, with awesome soundtracks and comic book style art. Tackle the game mode solo or as co-op with friends. “Mayhem Brawler” has 11 different language options for subtitles, 3 endings based on the player’s choices, and combat mechanics. 

Yes. I know it is another cop game and it is like the cops are in nearly every decent video game and movie. Create a song and somehow, the cops may decide to get involved. Cops may not a fan favorite of many people, but seem to appear in the most entertaining video games.

Cruis’n Blast - Announcement Trailer - Nintendo Switch | E3 2021

3. Cruis'n Blast: 

The latest “Cruis’n Blast” video game was in 2017, but most of us remember the 1994 arcade version, “Cruis’n USA,” perfectly displayed for you, for strangers to watch your gameplay. There are over 30 tracks, up to four players can race together, and 23 custom rides from supercars, monster trucks, and even unicorns. If you get beat by a unicorn, then you may want to rethink your driving skills. Maybe your driver’s license deserve to be revoked if you get beat by a unicorn. “Cruis’n Blast” is set to be released in Fall 2021, for “Nintendo Switch.” 

2. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2:

“Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2” is the type of game where fans of the actual sport of skateboarding love to play. Spin, grind, flip, and ollie through the most respected levels in skateboarding history. Skate in 120 FPS at 1080P or 60 FPS in native 4K. This game already came out on “PS4 (PlayStation 4),” “PS5 (PlayStation 5),” “Xbox One,” “Xbox Series X/S,” and “PC.” Now, we are waiting for June 25, 2021, where it will be released on “Nintendo Switch.” 

TWELVE MINUTES - Official Cinematic Reveal Trailer | E3 2019

1. 12 Minutes:

I cannot just forget about the video game “12 Minutes,” which is an interactive thriller about a man trapped in a time loop (featuring James McAvoy, Willem Dafoe, and Daisy Ridley). What is suppose to be a romantic evening with your wife turns out to be a horrible nightmare when a detective breaks in your home, accusing your wife of a murder. Suddenly, the detective beats you to death.  

You will return back to the moment where you opened the front door, stuck in the time loop. The advantage is, each time you return back in the timevloop, you learn more about where you can go in order to change the course of history, saving your wife in the process of 12 Minutes. The planned releases date for “12 Minutes” is August 19, 2021, on the following platforms: “Xbox One,” “Xbox Series X/S,” and “PC.” 

Isaiah Joshua is an author and poet and has a love for video games. In May 2016, he graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema Arts and Science. As an avid gamer, some of his favorite games are "WWF No Mercy, Hitman, Manhunt, Sims 3, Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter. Conscious in gaming culture, he is always researching gaming history, as well as the latest games to write about.