PC Playscore Scoop September 2017 | 39 Best New PC games reviewed
Articles Blog

PC Playscore Scoop September 2017 | 39 Best New PC games reviewed

September 27, 2019

39 PC Games have just received their PlayScores
this September 2017. Doodle God Blitz. Create the world as we know it using the four
elements as the building blocks of life. It’s a remake of the popular Doodle God game
from the flash days, bringing back the excitement of puzzle solving and discovery all in one
go. Play as a curious god, and spend hours trying
to recreate civilization from scratch. It’s a highly addicting game, but you might
want to watch out for in-app purchases. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 5.26. NBA 2K18. With a deeper MyCareer mode, this latest NBA
game from 2K studios boasts more unparalleled authenticity and improvements to the court. Its new Association Mode offers a new experience
for your NBA dynasty. There’s more in store packed inside this
game. It has a PlayScore of 5.65 Don’t Knock Twice. Despite its box office flop, Wales Interactive
tries their hand at a videogame tie-in. Step inside a haunted manor and go in search
for your estranged daughter. It’s a highly interactive game that lets you
use, control, and investigate the many objects sprawled around the grand mansion. Leave no stone unturned in your quest for
freedom, and don’t knock twice. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 5.86. Morphite. Step into the shoes of Myrah Kale whose exploratory
mission leads us through the secrets of her past. Discover her relationship with the ancient
morphite in an adventure packed with fully voiced storylines and immersive soundtracks. It’s low-polygon artstyle takes into a surreal
and almost alien environment that will satisfy your taste for exploration. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.5 RAID: World War II. With Nazis on the rise yet again, it’s to
time to gather four of your friends and go on a field trip through the unwelcoming fields
of the second world war. A bit like Left 4 Dead but with Nazis, it’s
a cooperative shooter that pits you against the horrors of the third Reich. But, even with the appearance of legendary
Python, John Cleese, this game receives a Provisional PlayScore of 6.64. Minecraft: Story Mode Season Two – Episode
3: Jailhouse Block. In this second season of Telltale’s voxel
misadventures, Jesse and the gang face an even greater threat. But it looks like they’re in even more trouble
as they try to make a daring escape out of the grimy walls of prison. Their shortest tale yet, but it packs their
trademark laughs and difficult choices. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 6.69. NASCAR Heat 2. Feel the thrill of burning rubber and satisfying
drifts in this sequel to NASCAR Heat Evolution. This title combines NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR
Xfinity and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series into each of their game modes. It’s not much of an improvement over the original,
but it received mixed reviews at best. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.73. Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. Looks like the legendary crossover fighting
game is losing a bit of its edge. Their latest installment made a move towards
2 vs 2 battles, with new characters like Ghost N’ Goblins, Firebrand, Dormammu, Mega Man
X, and Captain Marvel–with more to be added soon. While it added a few new features with infinity
stones and stat boosts, it was weighed down by its abysmal presentation and lazy story
mode. Hopefully, things will turn around in the
next patches. It has a PlayScore of 6.91. Baja: Edge of Control HD. Prepare for the return of your favorite desert
racers with this remaster of 2008’s Edge of Control. Take on the toughest terrain using more than
160 vehicles, and over 1000 miles of challenging tracks. Determine whos the best racer with the 4 player
splitscreen, or test your skills against players around the globe with the online multiplayer. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 6.95. Blue Reflection. The final game in the Beautiful Girls Project,
help Hinako Shirai overcome her foot injury and fight against the terrifying monsters
of the night. Step into her world as you attend school by
day, and explore other worlds by night. As exciting as the game is, the current sate
of their PC port has been heavily panned for its game breaking crashes. It has a PlayScore of 6.99. WRC 7 FIA World Rally Championship. Recreate the victories of this year’s World
Rally Championship with WRC’s latest title. Competing for gold against the newcomer Dirt
Rally, it delivers the joys of rally racing with the 55 official teams, and large selection
of cars from today’s premier manufacturers. It has a PlayScore of 7.03. Tyranny – Bastard’s Wound. The world of Tyranny expands with the release
of their latest DLC. Experience a new chapter in a compelling tale
of a world conquered by evil. Get to know more about your beloved companions,
and take refuge from the ruthlessness of the evil Songbringer. From the growing collection of kickstarter
offsprings comes a quirky adventure game coated in classic pixel aesthetics. Roam around a perilous Legend of Zelda-like
world, with the roguelike cliche of permanent death and procedurally generated worlds of
your own devising. It has a Provisional Playscore of 7.15. Pinball FX3. Continuing their pinball legacy, Zen Studios
brings us another dose of pinball action. Rack up the highest scores along with friends
in multiplayer matchups, or practice your timings with the new single player mode. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.28. Stellaris: Synthetic Dawn. A welcome addition to Paradox Interactive’s
successful grand strategies, sprinkle a bit of sentient metal into the galactic mix as
this DLC marks the rise of the Machine Empire. Customize your robot civilization, and witness
the dawn of the synthetic race. It has a PlayScore of 7.33. ATOMEGA. It’s get good or grow home in Ubisoft’s latest
cosmic arena. Like a polygonal slither, enter a colorful
arena with over eight competitors, collect enough mass to become your biggest exoform
self, and death ray everyone to bits. A unique shooter with an interesting premise,
It has a PlayScore of 7.35. Pro Evolution Soccer 2018. Konami’s realistic football simulator gives
us another chapter of juicy football drama. This time, Barcelona, Dortmund, and Liverpool
are taking center stage, and taking on the high stakes matches against the world’s best
football clubs. They’re also showing off their Real Touch+
that delivers an even more realistic control of the ball to give us those satisfying dribbles. It has a PlayScore of 7.36. Necrosphere. Take the crucial first steps in this bitesized
metroidvania from Cat Nigiri. Using only your left and right buttons, traverse
through the trials of the afterlife with the tuxedoed Agent Terry. Fast-paced and delightfully frustrating, it
has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.42. ECHO. Ultra Ultra’s science fiction adventure blends
puzzle, stealth, and guns-blazing action as you fight against the echoes of your own self. With enemies that adjusts to your own playstyle
with every blackout phase, it pits you against your choice of gameplay–whether you sneak
quietly or dive head in. Learn the art of manipulation in this compelling
in this compelling narrative experience. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.67. Project CARS 2. If there’s one thing Slightly Mad Studios’
succeeded the most, it’s creating this seamless racing game. It’s realistic, authentic and beautiful. The trifecta of racing games has achieved
full form in this sequel. Get ready to put the pedal to the metal with
graphics so gorgeous and physics so accurate. Tested by real-life racecar drivers and crafted
to perfection, it receives a PlayScore of 7.73. Super Hydorah. Step into the cockpit of the deadliest pilot
in the galaxy and face the wrath of the menacing meroptians. A love letter to vintage shoot em ups, enter
their pixel perfect stages and face the dangers of outerspace with a wide selection of weapons
and powerups. It’s a must have for fans of classic shmups,
and it has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.93. RUINER. Known for their stylish releases, Devolver
Digital ups the ante in this gritty action shooter set in a blood red, cyberpunk future. The game oozes with adrenaline, testosterone,
and all sorts of hormones, as you bask in their brutally intense combat and elegant
artstyle. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.98. Tokyo Dark. A graphic adventure game from indie developer
Cherrymochi, follow the story of detective Ito Ayami as she investigates the murder of
her late partner. For a new studio, the game has no shortage
of atmosphere, letting you explore the unusually dim streets of Tokyo as you make your way
through each of their 11 endings. It has a PlayScore of 8.01. The First Tree. See the world through the eyes of a fox in
this 3rd person exploration game from the creators of Home is Where One Starts. Follow two parallel stories of a fox and a
young couple whose destinies are intertwined by their journey to the first tree. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.03. Dishonored: Death of the Outsider. A standalone DLC after Dishonored 2’s massive
success. This first person stealth-adventure takes
you to the shoes of Billie Lurk as she returns to seek revenge from the people responsible
for her situation. With a sweet cybernetic upgrade, she plans
to kill anyone standing her way. Shedding new light on The Outsider, prepare
to make morally difficult questions while experimenting with their signature stealth
abilities. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.1. Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! Vertigo games brings us the mouthwatering
sequel to their popular restaurant simulation. Go on a journey to become the ultimate chef,
and go from grimy tile walls to the silver platters of culinary success. With more food to serve and a new local co-op
mode, it receives a Provisional PlayScore of 8.13. Voxel Turf. Taking notes from two higly popular franchises,
Minecraft and GTA, this voxel-based sandbox game fuses the beauty of creation and the
primal joys of destruction. Become a real estate tycoon or blow things
up with a rifle! It’s sandbox at its finest, and it has a Provisional
PlayScore of 8.15. Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms. You won’t need luck on your side in this Dungeons
and Dragons based idle clicker from the makers of D&D themselves. A free to play diversion for fans of the tabletop
RPG, assemble your party of adventurers and explore the familiar corners of the Sword
Coast. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.15. Hob. Moving on from their Torchlight success, Runic
Games moves towards the vibrant realm of action adventures. Join the silent Hob as he solves riddles with
his mechanical glove in a wordless storyline of friendship and exploration. It has a PlayScore of 8.17. FIFA 18. While Cristiano Ronaldo’s center stage reveal
was no surprise for football fans, FIFA’s newest title has a lot more up their sleeves
this year. Engage in ball-kicking fun with improved graphics
and gameplay, and a new chapter in Alex Hunter’s journey. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.42. Super Fancy Pants Adventure. A supersized version of the classic Fancy
Pants Adventure, his platforming escapades have been honed and crafted over the years. Now, he returns with a vengeance to jump over
giant spiders, roll around slopes, and a bunch of new tricks. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.44. Duck Season. A gritty 80s retelling of the NES hit, Duck
Hunt, it’s open season for the mascoted video murderers. See your virtual childhood self through 7
different endings in a game rife with 80s callbacks and the pangs of nostalgia. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.51. HIVESWAP: Act 1. A bit of homestuck and Scott Pilgrim combined,
What Pumpkin Games puts puzzle solver Joey Claire to the spotlight as they pay tribute
to the adventure games of the 90s. Aid her in her quest to escape a dangerous
planet on the verge of war. You won’t need to be a homestuck fan to love
this gorgeous adventure. It has a PlayScore of 8.53. Total War: WARHAMMER II. The sequel to the award-winning RTS game hangs
the very fate of the world in your hands. Experience Warhammer like never before with
a breathtaking new narrative and campaign that sets you out on the franchise’s beautiful
continents. It’s the definitive Warhammer game to date,
and it has a PlayScore of 8.62. Cuphead. One of the most hyped releases this year,
Studio MDHR’s ambitious run and gun platformer takes you back to the whimsical nature of
the not-so-child friendly cartoons of the 1930s. But like their source material’s devilish
charm, it’s definitely not as easy as it looks. Struggle past tutorials and chaotically enchanting
lands as you help the two porcelain headed brothers settle a deal with a devil. It receives a PlayScore of 8.65. SteamWorld Dig 2. The 2D action adventure digs out of their
earthen world and into the PC lineup. Play as the steam-powered robot, Dorothy,
as he takes the helm of the underground escapade. Mine for orbs, and prepare for a Metroidvania-style
adventure. It has a PlayScore of 8.69. Killer Instinct. After it’s explosive comeback on the Xbox
One last 2013, the expanded world of Killer Instinct enters the PC arena, along with their
diverse roster of fighters. Take Eagle, Kilgore, Shin Hasako and all the
29 characters to the brutal arena, and play against friends in the crossplay lobby mode. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 8.75. Find You. Control every character simultaneously and
figure out a way to unite all of them. This free-to-play, puzzle-platformer may not
have the best graphics… not even a very original gameplay… but its steady difficulty
progression promises to keep you engage level after level. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.86. And the highest-rated game released in September
2017 is Divinity: Original Sin II. Building on the successes of the first game,
Larian Studios delivers another CRPG hit. It hits all the marks… memorable characters,
compelling role-paying choices, intuitive combat system, well-crafted environment and
excellent soundtrack. It doesn’t end there… the devs pushed
for more with offline and online coop, game-master mode and PvP arena mode. This is bound to be the new standard in modern
RPGs and a strong contender for PC game of the year. It has a PlayScore of 9.24.

Only registered users can comment.

  1. Great video, thank You very much for it! I'm waiting for You website to launch, because it will be so useful for me. Would be nice if You added Timestamps to games in a desciription.

  2. Stop with the provisional play score. If a game doesn't have a proper game score then don't score it. Eventually, players and critics will get around to viewing a game. Or if ur going to give a provisional game score tell us who's score it is; a critic's or gamer's.

  3. PC seemed to retreat a lot from the design of powerful games such as Playstation 4 and Xbox 360 in the popularity of the old microsoft has become stupid to know what to enjoy in the games, but the games do not fit them into a sterile person

  4. This list is SOOOOO beyond garbage, no offense lmao I'm not trying to judge preference. I just thought PC was the "master race" I mean that's all you PC players brag about to "console peasants" right? Well ever since I've "upgraded" to a PC rig, I have struggled mightily just to find a DECENT game to play. I've had it for about 8 months and I've played maybe 4-5 games that I've liked, and not a single one of them have been PC exclusives. PC has no games that consoles don't, just graphic options and mods -_- Waste of $3,500 on my setup. This is pretty irrelevant to this video overall, but I needed to voice my frustrations somewhere. I can't be the only PC player that struggles to find high quality games.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *