PC Playscore Scoop August 2017 | 38 Best New PC games reviewed

PC Playscore Scoop August 2017 | 38 Best New PC games reviewed


38.
Moero Chronicle
Opening our list of 38 PlayScored games this
August is a JRPG that every kid with an anime
profile picture would surely love.
Packed with nudity, sexy waifus and a dungeon-crawling
adventure for longevity purposes.
It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 6.42
37.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: A Telltale
Game Series – Episode 3 – More Than A Feeling
Return to the space spelunking adventures
of your favorite Marvel heroes in this third
episode to Telltale’s choice-driven game.
After the events of Episode 2, follow Starlord,
Gamora, Drax, Rocket and Groot for more cosmic
shenanigans.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.03
36.
Grimoire: Heralds Of The Winged Exemplar
After 20 years of development, this classic
turn-based style RPG takes inspiration from
Might and Magic and so many dungeon crawling
games.
The game contains massive content including
600 hours of playtime, handcrafted visuals
and a complex world to explore.
It has a PlayScore of 7.08
35.
Sudden Strike 4
World War II beckons in this beloved RTS game
from Kite Games.
In this return, war is bigger than ever with
more units to select, battlefields to fight
and graphics to look at.
With these overhauls, this makes it the most
tactical game of the series yet.
It has a PlayScore of 7.11
34.
White Day: A Labyrinth Named School
Asian Horror is not something to be easily
dealt with.
This Korean Horror game takes you to a haunted
high school filled with ghastly monsters from
myth and legend.
Follow the lives of these students as they
survive a chilling labyrinth filled with puzzles,
twists and blood.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.12
33.
Agents of Mayhem
From the team that brought us the preposterous
Saints Row franchise comes a whole new third-person
action game packed with more preposterous
fun.
Set in the same universe, follow a group of
super agents as you pluck out an evil organization
from root to stem.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.12
32.
Absolver
Devolver Digital’s latest game veers away
from their usual pixel-perfect platformers.
This time, explore its barren open-world and
meet strangers in this MMO fighting game.
Engage in fluid real-time combat and customize
your own battle stance for your own survival.
It received a PlayScore of 7.13
31.
The Shrouded Isle
Check to see if you are worthy in this morbidly
beautiful lovecraftian horror game.
Sacrifice babies to appease the great god
that dwells beneath the waves.
This simulation puts you on a moral turpitude
of great family Houses that lived the island
for years.
It’s your decision and it depends it the
god beneath wills it.
It received a PlayScore of 7.21
30.
WARRIORS ALL-STARS
For the first time in Koei Tecmo history,
this All-Stars game brings more than just
fanservice.
This pinnacle of hack and slash combat takes
their Warriors to the test for more hack and
slash action.
Choose from over 30 playable characters and
witness a collaboration you’ve never seen
before.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.21
29.
Batman: The Enemy Within – Episode 1
Telltale’s very own take on the Batman Mythos
takes you to Gotham once again.
This time, The Riddler is back playing games
with the Caped Crusader.
With Telltale’s signature choice-driven
scenarios, make every decision count and watch
the story unfold episode after episode.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.27
28.
Graceful Explosion Machine
Get lost into space in this colorful shoot
‘em up adventure from Vertex Pop.
Skillfully pilot your ship called the Graceful
Explosion Machine and shoot, dash or combo
your way through its numerous planets.
It’s intense, and it has a Provisional PlayScore
of 7.33
27.
The Escapists 2
Bust out the toughest prisons in the world.
Craft, steal, brawl or start a riot.
Use your creativity to play the environment
around you!
This sequel to the hit prison escape game
is back for more prison breaking hijinks.
Check out our gameplay video linked below.
This game has a PlayScore of 7.43
26.
Redeemer
This top-down brawler lets you hack and blast
your way through enemies using your fists,
hammers, firearms and even the environment
around you.
Play as an elite operative turned cyborg and
whack your enemies until they drink their
own blood.
It has a PlayScore of 7.46
25.
Last Day Of June
A unique indie game with a fully interactive
setting.
Follow Carl and June as they go in a magical
outing on their favorite spot.
Go in a poetic journey about love and loss
because the game’s themes will really make
you cry.
It’s atmospheric and it has a very emotional
soundtrack.
What more could you ask for?
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.53
24.
Ys Seven
Adol the Red’s adventures return on the
PC.
Originally a PSP game, set forth on a grand
quest to save the kingdom of Altago from impending
doom.
For the first time in the series, play not
only as Adol but his friends in a frenetic
real time combat.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.69
23.
Distrust
Inspired by John Carpenter’s “The Thing”,
follow a group of explorers as they get stranded
in a remote arctic facility.
Watch them as they slowly go mad and question
the reality they live in.
Explore random generated levels and find out
the secrets hidden around the place.
It has a PlayScore of 7.70
22.
Sine Mora EX
A shoot ‘em up of epic proportions.
Engross yourself into an action-oriented story
where classic shooters meets contemporary
presentation.
With a unique time extension based gameplay,
go around it’s 7 beautifully crafted levels
and fight epic bosses.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.73
21.
Cat Quest
Go out in a purrfect Feline Adventure in this
open-world RPG.
Guide these pawsome group of cats to search
for your catnapped sister.
With a massive overworld and tons of customizable
features, it’s gonna a cat-tastic expurrience.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.83
20.
Subsurface Circular
Step into a text-based adventure from the
creators of Thomas Was Alone.
Go underground and play as a detective trying
to find out the mysteries of the surface above.
Read every line and get immersed in this short-story.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.83
19.
Tacoma
From the creators of Gone Home, embark on
a science fiction adventure where you explore
every detail of an abandoned space ship.
Use recorded footage to grasp the real mystery
of each room and uncover the deeper truths
behind the ship.
It has a PlayScore of 7.90
18.
Mega Man Legacy Collection 2
The second collection of the popular Mega
Man franchise puts together four of the classic
hits into one cartridge.
This includes Mega Man 7, 8, 9 and 10.
It also comes with additional features such
as Galleries, Challenge Modes, Music and more.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.92
17.
Minecraft: Story Mode – Season 2 – Episode
2
Telltale’s original Minecraft story continues
after the events of Season 2’s first episode.
Follow Jesse and his friends as they embark
on another adventure filled with dangers and
fun.
As always for a Telltale game, choices matter.
It has a PlayScore of 7.93
16.
Nidhogg 2
Return to the arena in this highly addictive
fighting game.
The rules are simple: the first one to stab
your opponent wins.
Moving away from their flashy pixel designs,
take on new figures as they jump, stab, and
use the art of fencing to their advantage.
It has a PlayScore of 7.96
15.
Ken Follett’s The Pillars Of The Earth
Based on a successful novel of the same name,
welcome yourself to 12th Century England and
uncover a story of great poverty and war.
This casual-indie adventure takes you on a
three-part episodic that tells an epic tale.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.98
14.
Observer
Operating after the success of their previous
horror game, Layers of Fear.
Bloober Games’ latest delve into the macabre
takes you to a cyberpunk world where fears
are easily hacked.
Hack into minds and watch this psychological
horror plays with your head.
It has a PlayScore of 8.00
13.
Sonic Mania
Enjoy the iconic and classic gameplay of the
Sonic universe in their latest game.
Join Sonic, Knuckles, Tails and more in a
2D platforming-adventure that runs at a smooth
60 frames per second.
Fight unique bosses, collect stuff and watch
Sonic like never before.
It has a PlayScore of 8.04
12.
West of Loathing
Pack up your saddlebags in a slapstick comedy
adventure of Western proportions.
This RPG has a sprawling open world full of
danger, quests and snake-infested plains.
Laugh at the games’ non-stop gags and turn-based
fun.
It has Provisional PlayScore of 8.11
11.
Rez Infinite
This Virtual Reality masterpiece makes its
way to the PC.
Many players are calling it a digital nirvana
considering it runs smoothly on high end rigs.
Its 4K capabilities makes it so visually pleasing
you feel like you’re inside its world.
It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 8.13
10.
Battlestar Galactica Deadlock
Meet new and familiar faces in this latest
Battlestar Galactica game from Black Lab.
Games.
Take control of the Colonnial Fleet during
the first Cylon War.
This tactical 3D game lets you lead different
types of ships that will ensure humanity’s
survival.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.14
9.
StarCraft: Remastered
Blizzard’s pioneering real-time strategy
game returns in a glorious remaster.
It’s tweaked from top to bottom including
revamped visuals, dialogue, audio and a balanced
matchmaking system.
After almost 20 years, the original StarCraft
game is finally perfected with a Provisional
PlayScore of 8.36
8.
F1 2017
When it comes to the most complete and immersive
Formula Racing games in the world, it has
to be Codemasters’ F1 2017.
Packed with a wide variety of licensed cars,
a new “Challenge” mode and an even deeper
Career mode, make history while breaking records.
It has a PlayScore of 8.37
7.
The Long Dark
An exploration slash survival game that encourages
players to get smart against the bitter wilderness
cold.
Stay alive in a mysterious snowy tundra after
a catastrophic geomagnetic disaster that left
you vulnerable against the dangers of nature.
The game packs a ton of content including
an episodic story and a Challenge Mode.
It’s a good game with a PlayScore
of 8.37
5.
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
Enter a mad world filled with deafening silence
or absolute cacophony.
From Ninja Theory, the team behind the latest
DmC, comes a game that preys on your psyche.
Join Senua as she embarks on a harrowing adventure
in Celtic Hell.
It’s psychological dread at its finest with
a PlayScore of 8.63
4.
Life is Strange: Before the Storm – Episode
1 – Awake
This prequel harkens back to the emotional
roller-coaster that the original game was
known for.
This time, follow the troubled shoes of Chloe
Price as he makes difficult choices after
her father’s untimely death.
Watch a gripping story of vulnerable human
beings and listen to the game’s powerful
soundtrack by Daughter.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.63
3.
X-Morph: Defense
Be the invader and topple down cities with
your wide array of firepower.
This unique fusion of top-down shooter and
tower defense brings out a fast-paced environment
that runs at 144 frames per second.
Create your own simulated invasion and watch
how the world crumbles at your power.
It receives a PlayScore of 8.71
2.
Rock Of Ages 2: Bigger and Boulder
Judging from the title itself, it’s a whacky
video game where Monty Python meets Besiege.
Embark on an adventure with accurate physics-based
rocks in historical time periods.
This tower-defense game embraces the joy of
utter chaos.
Engage in fun multiplayer experiences with
your friends and go on a boulder-riffic adventure.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.82
1.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails Of Cold Steel
XSEED’s iconic series takes you to the nature
of war.
Moving away from the personal stories of Estelle
and Joshua, follow Class VII as they safeguard
their country of Erebonia from imminent chaos.
Learn the art of war, fight in fun turn-based
battles and utilize their improved Orbment
feature.
It receives a Provisional PlayScore of
9.38

25 thoughts on “PC Playscore Scoop August 2017 | 38 Best New PC games reviewed”

  1. I watched the entire video hoping to see an fps game, and I get is the long dark which I've had on steam for like 6 months some how u wit m8

  2. So glad to see Trails of Cold Steel take 1st first place. One of the best traditional JRPGs in years. Love Falcom 🙂

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