Games Coming Out February 2011 For PC by Honorabili
My list for games I’ll play on PC for February 2011, which mainly boils down to a few real picks.
Dungeons, February 8 2011
This game sounds and looks a lot like Dungeon Keeper which I guess is a good thing because many people no longer remember that game these days.
Test Drive Unlimited 2, February 8 2011
Test Drive Unlimited 1 was a pretty fun game, with a ton of cars, authentic car sounds but it was played with a laggy multiplayer that was basically unplayable. As a single player experience it was similar to the original Test Drive in the sense that it felt like you were driving the real versions of each car but it lacked the police factor from the original, with some Need For Speed games now beating it in that sense. Still, it was a really pleasant driving/racing game to have, and this game promises more of what the original, with a world 2-3 times as big, more cars, more options, etc. I will play this.
Two Worlds 2, February 8 2011
Two Worlds 1 was fun to me although everybody bashed it. This one includes a co-op function which would make exploring the vast map a much more enjoyable experience. Not many RPGs do this these days and it brings me back to the days of playing Final Fantasy 6 on the SNES!
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, February 22 2011
Ubisoft will probably implement their draconian DRM on this game AND chances are that if you are enough of a Assassin’s Creed fan you already have this or have played this on console anyways. Well, at least the pirates will certainly not be able to play this version unless they come up with some crazy workaround like they did For Assassin’s Creed 2, although that was only a single player experience…
Bulletstorm, February 22 2011
The unique theme of this game makes this look like a mix between Borderlands, Fallout 3, and Serious Sam. Since those games all sold well, this might as well, so long as it’s not a nest of bugs. Could be fun…
UPDATE! Actually, I will have to get this game. Just watch this trailer!
Everquest 2: Destiny of Velious, February 22 2011
I don’t understand how they expect to sell a $40 expansion for a play-for-free MMO.
A lot of sequels to games you either love or hate OR that are based on stuff you played already are coming out this month. Could be a good month to go back and play old games you love instead.