Video Games

Video Games Encyclopedia by Gamepressure.com

The Video Games list contains all released games. These are games available at retail and in digital distribution but there are also older games which are not available for purchase any longer. Currently we have descriptions for 18585 released games. The most popular games among our readers currently are: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Grand Theft Auto V, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Euro Truck Simulator 2, PayDay 2, DiRT 4, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2005), Mass Effect: Andromeda and Grand Theft Auto IV

Released Games 18585
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Ever Oasis
Ever Oasis

RPG today, 23 June 2017

Ever Oasis is another game from the Japanese studio Grezzo, created in cooperation with Nintendo. Ever Osasis is an action-RPG that focuses on world exploration and combat. Tethu, the game's protagonsit, has to not only find his missing brother, but also create a well-functioning osasis in the middle of a desert to help him prpeare for the confrontation with the forces of Chaos. By doing various quests we get the so-called 'dewadems', a currency that will allow us to build new buildings in our settlement and to buy more powerful equipment. During our adventures we will meet some NPCs that will aid us in our quest or will want to live in our oasis. Combat, one of the game's key elements, is purely arcade. Key to victory lies in striking effectively, doing powerful combo attacks (the possibility to swap between the members of our party anytime we want to allows that), and evading our enemies' strikes. Ever Oasis has eye-pleasing visuals. The game has characteristic, cartoon-inspired style.

Get Even
Get Even

Action today, 23 June 2017

An FPS created by Polish developer The Farm 51, mainly known for the NecrovisioN franchise and the latest installment in the Painkiller series. The game tells a story of a man whose profession involves tying up loose ends for governments and influential persons. The protagonist’s situation complicates when one of his potential victims decides to fight back. The story is presented from the twin perspectives of the two rivaling characters. As you play, you learn the story through exploration and interaction with the environment. Get Even stands out with its innovative graphics based on 3D scans of real-life locations, making it almost literally photorealistic. Additionally, the game features an interesting combination of single and multiplayer gameplay – at any moment another player can join the fight taking the role of characters normally controlled by AI.

Summer Lesson: Allison Snow Seven Days Garden
Summer Lesson: Allison Snow Seven Days Garden

Adventure yesterday, 22 June 2017

Argo
Argo

Action yesterday, 22 June 2017

Master X Master
Master X Master

Action 21 June 2017

A hybrid MMO game combining PvP duels typical for MOBA titles with an extensive, story-based PvE component; it was created by NCSoft - an experienced, Korean developer. The game is set in a universe that mingles together elements of NCSoft's earlier games, and the player can explore various colorful sceneries. Both popular and completely new characters were included - each has their different active and passive abilities. The player can switch between two different characters during PvP fights (including modes such as Team Deathmatch, Point Control or Ruins of the Titans). What is innovative about Master X Master, is the introduction of an additional yet full-fledged PvE component based on missions differing in difficulty level and set in one of 25 locations. All of this is complemented by a recreational mode, which is a rare occurrence in MMO games. In this mode, the player can enjoy three arcade mini-games, including Laser Dodging, Bullet Mode and Racing.

The Mage's Tale
The Mage's Tale

RPG 20 June 2017

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood
Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood

RPG 20 June 2017

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood is the second expansion to Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, an MMORPG developed by Square-Enix. The newest expansion allows the players to travel beyond Eorza, to the territories occupied by the Garlean Empire. Stormblood also definitively ends the game's support for PlayStation 3. The biggest addition to the game introduced by Stormblood are the new locations. We will visit Ala Mhigo, travel to the new continent Othard and Doma Kingdom that lies there. The expansion also introduces new dungeons, raids (i.e. Return to Ivalice designed for 24 players), and special events. Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood increases the level cap to 70, introduces new skills, and two new classes: Red Mage and Samurai. You will also find tons of new, powerful pieces of equipment.

Nex Machina: Death Machine
Nex Machina: Death Machine

Action 20 June 2017

A science fiction shooter from Housemarque, the creators of Outland, Alienation, Dead Nation, and Resogun. The action of Nex Machina: Death Machine is embedded in a future world in which technologically-advanced robots rebel against unsuspecting humans. The player controls one of those few people who are aware of the terror and decides to stop the hostile machines. The creators of Nex Machina: Death Machine combine modern gameplay with the charm of classic shooters from arcade machines. Playing comes down to battling hordes of robots from the top-down perspective. As this is a twin-stick shooter, the player has much freedom when it comes to fighting. The environment features destructible elements. Online rankings and tournaments enable the players to compete with each other by collecting points, just like during the arcade machines era. The title features impressive visuals with bright colours and amazing light effects.

Dungeon Defenders II
Dungeon Defenders II

Action 20 June 2017

A sequel to a popular action-RPG with tower defense elements, originally released in 2011 as a debut game of indie developer Trendy Entertainment. In contrast to the first game, this one is based on the free-to-play business model, and offers two entirely different multiplayer modes. The first one is a traditional co-op, in which players of different skills and specializations join forces against waves of enemies of increasing difficulty. The other one is heavily inspired by MOBA games and focuses on competitive combat of two 5-person teams. Each team is tasked with destroying opponent’s turrets. The game introduces numerous technical upgrades, as well as new heroes and opponents. Both play modes share the same characters roster, and individual dungeons are connected by a common mini-world on the surface, where up to 24 players can be at the same time.

Darkest Dungeon: The Crimson Court
Darkest Dungeon: The Crimson Court

RPG 19 June 2017

The first expansion for the 2016 dungeon crawler RPG Darkest Dungeon by Red Hook Studios. The add-on utilizes the gameplay mechanics from the core game — you complete a team of heroes and set out to explore the eponymous Darkest Dungeon. Your goal is to find enormous riches, with which you can expand a shabby hamlet, also serving as your base. Like in the original Darkest Dungeon game, the characters of The Crimson Court suffer from typical human ailments — some of them may go berserk, while others may panic when surrounded by darkness. The game places a strong focus on blood, which is a theme connecting the items you find and your enemies. The expansion also marks the first appearance of vampires, creatures with a unique set of characteristics and abilities.

Angry Birds Evolution
Angry Birds Evolution

Arcade 19 June 2017

Another installment in the popular logic puzzle/arcade game by Finnish studio Rovio. Angry Birds Evolution doesn't feature a complex story campaign: the game is set on a bird island, where the pigs arrive, and your task is to drive them off. The gameplay consists of battles between the two hostile teams. After launching your characters in a way that is distinct for the series, they roll on the floor, eliminating enemies and bouncing off everything in their way. While the basics of the gameplay seem easy, matters are complicated by the design of the levels, which are small and full of obstacles and various interactive elements, e.g. exploding crates. The gameplay is varied thanks to special abilities, which give every bird three unique attacks each. It provides a motivation for unlocking more characters — the game features over 300 of them, and each of them can be upgraded and developed further.

Arms
Arms

Fighting 16 June 2017

A 3D action game developed for Nintendo Switch which focuses on 1 on 1 battles taking place on secluded, spacious arenas. The contenders are equipped with large boxing gloves propped on springs that allow them to extend to large distances. We can choose from a number of fighters, with each having unique traits and abilities. Additionally, we can choose a set of gloves that correspond to our playstyle – e.g. a slow albeit powerful model, or a speed-oriented set. The arenas are also varied, filled with numerous objects such as traps, obstacles, or springboards. Arms contains an AI module, but player on player combat is the highlight of the game, with both offline and online game modes. The game also employs the unique capabilities of Joy-Con controllers, including its special sensors.

The Mummy Dark Universe Stories
The Mummy Dark Universe Stories

Adventure 15 June 2017

Mighty Gunvolt Burst
Mighty Gunvolt Burst

Arcade 15 June 2017

Tour de France 2017
Tour de France 2017

Sports 15 June 2017

MotoGP 17
MotoGP 17

Racing 15 June 2017

The 2017 installment of the official MotoGP™ videogame includes all the 2017 riders, tracks, teams and bikes. The players are able to participate in 3 classes of races: starting from Moto3 featuring 250cc 4 stroke bikes, through Moto2 (600cc 4 stroke bikes) all the way to the most revered class: MotoGP (1000cc 4 stroke bikes). The game also features the Red Bull Rookies Cup Championship that might be a golden ticket to more prestigious events. In this part of the MotoGP game series developers prepared an extensive single player career mode as well as a multiplayer mode. The game reaches 60 FPS for the first time in the 17 years of the series’ history, guaranteeing unprecedented performance.

Patapon Remastered
Patapon Remastered

Strategy 15 June 2017

A remastered edition of the unusual musical strategy game Patapon, originally released in 2008 for PSP. In the game, you accompany the members of the dying society of little warriors called the Patapons, who embark on a dangerous journey, during which they fight using swords, spears, and bows to earn what they deserve. The gameplay focuses on leading the group of creatures and facing adversities, including enemies big and small. The uniqueness of the gameplay consists of the fact that you issue orders by pressing buttons to the rhythm of music to create a given sequence. Depending on what melody you play, you army can move forwards, assume a defensive stance, attack, or perform a efficiency-boosting combo. As the gameplay pace is quite fast and one false note can mean big trouble, to succeed in Patapon Remastered you need a good sense of rhythm and a quick decision-making skill.

Carrier Deck
Carrier Deck

Simulation 15 June 2017

Two Worlds II: Call of the Tenebrae
Two Worlds II: Call of the Tenebrae

RPG 15 June 2017

The second major expansion to Two Worlds II – third-person fantasy RPG created by the Polish studio Reality Pump. Call of the Tenebrae was released six years after the core game, along with a remastered version of the latter, so it offers better graphics than the original title. Main focus of the DLC’s story is the new enemy – a vile race of sapient rat-like monsters, serving some even more powerful creatures that seek to destroy the world of Antaloor. You have to assemble your allies – both old friends and new characters – and stop this threat. Call of the Tenebrae offers a dozen or so hours of gameplay. The adventure takes place in various new locations where you can find new items, learn new skills and encounter new enemies. Although the DLC has large amount of single player content, it offers no upgrades for the multiplayer mode.

Air Missions: HIND
Air Missions: HIND

Simulation 14 June 2017

Europa Universalis IV: Third Rome
Europa Universalis IV: Third Rome

Strategy 14 June 2017

One of many DLC packs for the fourth installment in the history-based strategy games series from Paradox Interactive, Europa Universalis. The expansion entitled Third Rome is the first of the so-called Immersion Packs, which focus on expanding specific options in individual regions of the world. In this case we are dealing with Russia, the eponymous Third Rome, a spiritual successor to Byzantine Empire. Along with the add-on, Russian rulers gain a whole range of new management options, including the annexation of entire states or turning highly developed provinces into metropolises. Europa Universalis IV: Third Rome also presents a struggle of the head of the nation with the Orthodox Church. Depending on which saint you chose to revere on icons, you get a specific bonus. Another area that received innovations is the military, featuring brand new, unique units, such as the Moscow Riflemen.

Hearts of Iron IV: Death or Dishonor
Hearts of Iron IV: Death or Dishonor

Strategy 14 June 2017

A second DLC for a real-time strategy game Hearts of Iron IV. Created by the Paradox Development Studio, the Death of Dishonor add-on focuses upon four European countries, namely: Hungary, Romania, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia, which after the outbreak of the WWII were caught between the hammer and the anvil – the Third Reich and the USSR. In the expansion, the aforementioned countries receive all new and unique National Focus trees allowing the players to lead the country they choose taking one of the available paths. The four new countries also deliver new events and elements of the audiovisual content, such as leader portraits, 3D vehicle models, soldier dialogues, and pieces of soundtrack. Also arriving in Death or Dishonor are features like Equipment Conversion (making it possible for the players to upgrade their arsenal by using their older units, or utilizing captured enemy units), and the option to license military technology from other countries or license one’s tech to other governments. Also, the diplomatic features of the game have been developed by fascist countries getting new subject levels like Reichskommissariat, which hold the occupied nations in an iron grip.

Cars 3: Driven to Win
Cars 3: Driven to Win

Arcade 13 June 2017

Another installment in a series of racing games based on Pixar animated movies. The game was developed by Avalanche Software, creators of titles like Pure and Split/Second: Velocity. The title enables the player to control more than twenty customizable vehicles-characters (animated cars are the main protagonists of Cars). Among them there are Lightning McQueen and Cruz Ramirez, who prepares for an encounter with his rival Jackson Storm. The action takes place on twenty unique tracks. As player wins races, he gains access to various upgrades for his vehicles. Car development system is connected to the ability to unlock new characters, tracks and gameplay features like new game modes. Cars 3: Driven to Win features high quality three-dimensional graphics that faithfully recreate the movie.

Hunting Simulator
Hunting Simulator

Action 09 June 2017