So it’s day 6 of the 666 Greenman Gaming sales meaning we’ve reached the final day. It’s been an emotional week, you’ve cried, I’ve cried, we’ve all gamed so let’s steel ourselves as we take a look at the final games on offer.
Based on a miniature wargame, Confrontation is an epic fantasy RPG with single and multiplayer modes. Lead a group of the finist warriors your land has to offer in the hopes of defeating anything evil that stands in your path. The game right now had 80% off at just £5.99, it is worth picking up with such a price drop.
It’s almost fate. Yesterday VGU released our review of The Night of the Rabbit and now you can buy it for yourself. This very stylized game is a single player adventure game focused mainly on puzzles and spell casting. The graphics are all hand drawn and give for a very different look and feel compared to other games. You can pick up the game for just £13.59 so why not try it out?
A New Beginning: Final Cut is a cinematic adventure-thriller in a graphic-novel style. Recieving nothing but praise from critics as a refreshing new experience in point and click adventure games, A New Beginning promised to be a worthwhile game to buy. At £3.99 it doesn’t take much arm twisting to get you to buy it, it really is worth the money.
Time for another package of a lot of games for one small price. The Worms Collection is on sale now and includes all these games:
Worms Crazy Golf
Worms Reloaded: Forts Pack
Worms Reloaded: Puzzle Pack
Worms Reloaded: Retro Pack
Worms Reloaded: Time Pack
Worms Reloaded: Pre-Order Forts & Hats Pack
Worms Revolution: Customization Pack
Worms Revolution: Funfair Pack
Worms Revolution: Mars Pack
Worms Revolution: Medieval Tales Pack
Worms Revolution: Pre-Order DLC
Worms Ultimate Mayhem
Worms Ultimate Mayhem: Customisation Pack
Worms Ultimate Mayhem: Multi Player Pack
Worms Ultimate Mayhem: Single Player Pack
That is a crazy amount of games for just £22.09, and for a funny and enjoyable series of games you certainly get your monies worth.
Another World is a critically acclaimed game which was first released in 1991. The action-adventure platfomer has scored at lowest an 8/10 from reviews across the board. We don’t want to spoil anything about the game other than you should definitely pick it up. At £3.99 you have no excuse so do yourself a solid and pick this one up.
Finally if you’re really strapped for cash but still want a new game Europa Universalis II is down to just £2.49. Scoring 87/100 on metacritic the game is worth picking up on that alone. The strategy game based in Europe between 1419 and 1820 gives many hours of strategic gameplay.