Our most wanted titles, from Mario Golf to Halo Infinite

Monster Hunter Ascension

Capcom is translating a ton of lessons from its brilliant console title, Monster Hunter World, exclusively to this Switch for its eccentric RPG.
(Switch; March 26)

Evil Genius 2: World Domination

Seventeen years after the original Evil Genius had you building your own criminal hideout, the Rebellion sequel seems to capture the same breezy, satirical charm. The colorful Spy-Fi strategy borrows from PC classics like Dungeon Keeper and Theme Hospital as you build your base, boss minions around and work to keep the lights on in your criminal enterprise. But many mod-cons bring it up to date.
(PC March 30)

death loop

Bafta-winning Arkane Studios return with this time-consuming action-mystery. You are an assassin, Colt, stranded on Black Reef Island and trapped in a time cycle that requires you to take out eight targets before the night ends and the loop resets. To complicate matters further, a rival assassin has been sent to maintain the loop and stop you by any means necessary. In a devilish twist, this assassin can be controlled by another player invading your game.
(PS5, PC; May 21)

Previous 4 blood

Since Left 4 Dead has apparently been declared dead by publisher Valve, the game’s original developers have taken matters into their own hands. Back 4 Blood is a spiritual sequel to Turtle Rock’s groundbreaking zombie co-op shooter featuring 4-player co-op heists on the undead. As with L4D, the hordes are controlled by an AI director to keep things fresh (sort of) with every run.
(PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S; June 22nd)

Mario Golf: Super Rush

Nintendo’s famous plumber dons his polo shirt and plaid pants for the first time in seven years in this hyperactive Switch sports sim. This term is used loosely, of course, as Mario and his friends demand the ball after hitting it down the fairway, while a story mode lets your very own Mii work on your golfing skills in the Mushroom Kingdom.
(Switch, June 25)

the gunk

From the creators of the brilliant Steamworld series, The Gunk has a duo of space explorers wading through a hostile, goo-infested planet with a high-tech vacuum cleaner and a variety of gadgets.
(Xbox, PC; September)

Ghostwire: Tokyo

“Karate meets magic,” says referee Shinichiro Hada. “We want the player to feel like a badass, magic-wielding, high-tech ninja exorcist who defeats countless evil spirits.” Hard to argue that Tango Gameworks sells great-looking action-adventures that transport you to a futuristic Tokyo, in where all the city’s inhabitants have disappeared and malevolent forces have moved in.
(PS5, PC; October)

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/gaming/features/best-video-games-2021-new-most-wanted-mario-golf-halo-release/ Our most wanted titles, from Mario Golf to Halo Infinite


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