The best games to test during containment! (Part 2) | Video Games Blog

If you haven’t read it yet, I invite you to take a look at the first part of our list published last week, it’s right here!

Part 1 of the best games to play during this little holiday :

And so, we continue the list of the best with a few more games to enjoy during this little forced holiday period!

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The classics that we forgot in the closet, to be rediscovered.

(Available on : Microsoft Windows, macOS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS, Android)

The world’s most popular video game allows everyone to meet online, explore vast worlds of blocks and build amazing buildings together. Think of it as a cross between Lego and a fantastic adventure. You and your friends can collaborate on a project – such as building a model of the Taj Mahal – or play one of the competitive mini-games. This will keep you busy for months. A new single-player version of the game will be released soon!

(Available on : Microsoft Windows, macOS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS, Android)

All right, it’s not exactly an original recommendation, but what better time to resume your progress in this famous open-access battle royale? Build, shoot and dance with your friends in this colourful phenomenon that has attracted over 250 million players.

(Available on: Microsoft Windows, MacOS, Nintendo Switch)

You want to try to rule the world? In Civilization VI, you try to take the civilization of your choice from the Stone Age to the Information Age. It sounds complex, but there are tutorials for beginners, and it’s possible to step away from your PC at any time. Excellent for all strategy/simulation and turn-by-turn enthusiasts.

(Available on: Microsoft Windows, MacOS, PlayStation 4, Xbox One)

Anyone looking to kill time may find few better options than “The Sims”. Create the perfect family, advance in your career or simply wreak havoc on your subjects – the choice is yours! The lives of The Sims will be as absurd as the limits of your imagination.

If you're looking to train your brain, quietly on the couch...

(Available on : Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360)

“Portal 2” and its predecessor, one of the leading innovators of modern puzzle platforms, are worth playing for anyone looking to enter the genre. It goes far beyond the simple puzzle game: With its darkly humorous writing, memorable characters and incredible dubbing, “Portal 2” has been hailed by critics.

(Available on : Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nvidia Shield, macOS, iOS)

The puzzles in “The Witness” may be hard to solve, but when it comes to putting your brain to work, there are few better options. Although players sometimes get stuck, the puzzles are never insurmountable and are surrounded by beautiful works of art.

If you are in isolation but still want to play with your friends online

(Available on : Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch)

One of the best multiplayer shooting games to be released in recent years, the colourful world of “Overwatch“, its fluid gameplay and the diversity of its characters make it accessible, while its mechanics will put your teamwork skills and those of your friends to the test.

(Available on: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One)

Have you ever thought about what would happen if you and your friends tried to rob a bank? Or a casino? That’s probably the safest way to find out. GTA Online is available when you buy Grand Theft Auto V. It allows groups of four friends to plan and execute multi-level robbery missions together, each playing a different role, just like in an interactive crime movie. At least one of you will need to have played the game before and have reached the appropriate skill level, but playing with an essentially amateur and unfamiliar team offers hours of joke-making fun. For a quieter experience, Read Dead Online does similar things, but with more horses and buzz.

(Available on: Microsoft Windows)

Rocket League is a football game played with rocket cars, easy to learn but with plenty of room to develop your skills. With multiple modes for different numbers of players, it will easily fit into your schedule, and games are played and chained quickly.

If starting a new life sounds appealing...

(Available on : Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation Vita, iOS, Android)

“Stardew Valley” has often been described as “chores but fun”, and that’s not entirely untrue. It is both soothing and captivating to devote oneself to farm life, raising livestock, growing crops, making friends with villagers and starting a family. Beware of the dependency of country life!

(Available on: Nintendo Switch)

If you don’t know what Animal Crossing is yet, let me break it down into a few quick sentences. New Horizons is a highly anticipated episode of one of Nintendo’s beloved franchises. You play a villager who goes to live on a deserted island in the middle of nowhere, discovering all it has to offer. You can build a house, invite friendly animals to live on your island, build the museum, fish and more. It’s a life simulator with a colourful and lively presentation. Expected as the messiah by the fans and released in this month of March 2020, the quality is there.

And that’s it, we’re done with our selection of games! Don’t hesitate to follow the blog for more information on the monthly release dates! @ + and enjoy the games!

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