This came as a big surprise to me After being stuck in a game rut.. playing nothing but State of Decay 2 and Civilization VI for the better part of the year, I picked up Watchdogs: Legion for no other reason than I owned the first 2 games and wanted to complete the set, I only played a few hours of Watdogs 1 & 2 and I expected to get just as bored, just as quick. But there was something about the brilliance of the near-future London open world, and the idea of building a resistance team with different skills that put it over the top. Sure, it was riddled with bugs and loved to crash just as I was getting onto the game, but after a few bug fixes it ran as smooth as hell. I can’t wait to upgrade to the X-Box Series X and see this game with a graphical upgrade.
I’m so late to the game, but i’m addicted to Star Trek Online. For a game that’s been kicking around for around seven years, it seems to be going strong as ever. I really didn’t get into it until late last year when it was ported to Xbox One. It showed up briefly on the Mac for a while, but it was plagued by bugs and crashes so much, I’m guessing the developers felt there wasn’t enough players on MacOS to warrant the time it would take the to fix and update. I tried it on the Mac but couldn’t really get into it. Expand
Buckle up, take full control of starfighters such as the X-wing and TIE fighter, and feel the adrenaline of strategic first-person 5v5 multiplayer dogfights alongside your squadron. In a fateful campaign set near the conclusion of the Galactic Civil War, learn what it means to be a pilot in a thrilling STAR WARS™ single-player story. The New Republic fights for freedom. The Empire demands order. We need you to join the galaxy’s finest. STAR WARS™: Squadrons is available October 2, 2020 on PlayStation®4, Xbox One, Origin PC, Steam, Epic Games Store, and Virtual Reality (VR) on PlayStation 4 and PC with cross-play support.