Yakuza 6 was released for the PlayStation 4 in 2016 in Japan and an English version was released 2 years later in 2018. It’s taken 5 years for Yakuza 6 to come to the PC but it seems it’s worth the wait.
In Little Nightmares 2 you’ll play the role of a young boy, Mono, who is guided by Six as he tries to discover the dark secrets of a nearby signal tower. You’ll face new threats and hideous creatures in this horror adventure game.
Little Nightmares 2 is at least a couple of hours longer than the first game and features a creepier and more disturbing storyline. It’s more nuanced than the first game and on first appearance seems to be everything a sequel should be. Little Nightmares II has an impressive art style and inspiring music. It can be played with the controller or keyboard.
Now that 2020 has come and gone we’re looking ahead to 2021 to see the best games this year has in store for us. The last year has been chaotic for developers and many have had to push back their launches to 2021. This means we should have at least a few great games to choose from, including highly anticipated games such as Halo Infinite, Hitman 3, Hollow Knight: Silksong and many more.
Let’s have a look at some of the best game releases for 2021. Those games with release dates will be listed first. Other games that are expected to release sometime in the next year but don’t have a firm date will be listed afterwards.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla was released on Nov 11, 2020 for Windows and lets you recreate the epic saga of the Viking invasion of England. You’ll lead your band of Vikings as you raid Saxon troops and fortresses. You’ll wield powerful weapons and fight like a Viking against the most varied group of enemies in any Assassin’s Creed game.
Silksong was initially planned as DLC for Hollow Knight but grew so large it’s become a game all on its own. This time you play as Hornet as she ascends to the top of a haunted kingdom. There’s over 150 new enemies to face as well as new combat moves, weapons and traps.
Team Cherry is comprised of just three people with a few extras who help out with various aspects of the game, such as the music score. The man behind the music and sound effects for Silksong is Christopher Larkin who created the original soundtrack for Hollow Knight.