Assassin’s Creed Origins – 14.99 euros
The first name on the list is the title that represented a new beginning for the Assassin’s Creed saga, the first episode of the ideal trilogy continued with Odyssey and the next Valhalla, due out at the end of the year.
Assassin’s Creed Origins introduces the RPG mechanics in the Ubisoft series, presenting a renewed combat system and character progression mechanics hitherto unpublished for the epic of the Assassins. A trip to Egypt that will take you discovering the origins of the Assassin Brotherhood, between dark mysteries and secrets to be solved. Only flaw? The promotional edition is the standard one, without DLC or extra content of any kind.
Assassin’s Creed Origins Review
Dishonored Definitive Edition – 11.99 euros
Another classic from the last decade: Dishonored has won over 100 Game of the Year awards and on the occasion of the release of Dishonored 2 in 2016, Bethesda launched the remastered edition for the current consoles.
In addition to the basic adventure, this Definitive Edition includes the Void Walker’s Arsenal package with bonuses and Bone Amulets for Crow as well as the Dunwall City Trials, The Dagger of Dunwall and The Witches of Brigmore expansions. All you need to make the most of Dishonored’s experience: not playing it would be a disgrace to your gamer curriculum.
Dishonored Definitive Edition review
Far Cry 3 Classic Edition – 14.99 euros
One of the most acclaimed shooters for older generation consoles was recently re-released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In the third episode of the series, we will have to reveal the secrets of Rook Island and prepare to face one of the most loved and iconic enemies of the Far Cry series, the evil Vaas Montenegro!
The game features an improved technical compartment and optimized control system for the DualShock 4 and the Xbox One wireless controller. As in the case of Assassin’s Creed Origins, however, there are no additional extra contents.
The Far Cry 3 review
Dark Souls II Scholar of the First Sin – 9.99 euros
The final edition of Dark Souls II not only offers technical improvements such as support for 1080p resolution at 60fps but also includes all additional content of the original game and other major innovations such as an improved online sector and a rebalanced gameplay with the inclusion of new challenges, without forgetting the position of the enemies completely revised.
A classic updated in every respect and sold at a really low price: if you have missed Dark Souls II to date, this is the right time to remedy.
Dark Souls 2 Scholar of the First Sin review
Pillars of Eternity Complete Edition – 12.99 euros
The first Pillars of Eternity is sold in an interesting Complete Edition for consoles that includes the updated game and the narrative arc The White March (divided into two DLCs) as well as a control system optimized for the joypads and interface improvements, originally designed to be used on a PC with mouse + keyboard controls.
Although on the technical level it is not (more) excellent, Pillars of Eternity will still be able to conquer all lovers of the genre, and at this price – also considering the amount of hours it offers – it would be difficult not to recommend the purchase.
Pillars of Eternity Complete Edition review