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  •  Many are calling 2021 a bad year for video games, and the COVID-19 pandemic is to blame. Nevertheless, the result of this "unfortunate" year was a lot of projects that deserve to be considered the best games of both, and many other recent years.

  •  All members of the list are in random order.

20Resident Evil Village


  • Genre: horror
  • Platforms: Windows, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4

  •  The top 20 most interesting games for PC and consoles opens with a horror project of the AAA level. Set immediately after Resident Evil 7, it takes place in Eastern Europe, where troubled hero Ethan Winters must save his family from vampire aristocrats and their monstrous followers.

  •  Whether Village is your first Resident Evil game or you've been a fan since the first zombie, Resident Evil Village will make it clear why this franchise is still one of the most popular (if not the best) horror game ever.

19. Tales of Arise


  • Genre: role-playing action
  • Platforms: Windows, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4

  •  Director Hirokazu Kagawa and the team at Bandai Namco have created an RPG that simultaneously recognizes both the greatness of previous Tales games and their shortcomings. Tales of Arise will not have multiplayer, and the main emphasis is on the interaction between characters. For example, heroes can use a powerful attack together.

  •  Tales of Arise sold a million copies in its first week of sales, becoming the fastest-selling game in the series.

18.It Takes Two


  • Genre: action-adventure
  • Platforms: Windows, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4

  •  The idea behind this game is to use cooperative gameplay to tell a fantasy story about a little girl's parents who are turned into dolls by a magical book. Parents already on the verge of divorce must put aside their grievances and work together to regain their appearance.

  •  Yes, It Takes Two is not for solo players, but it is fun, romantic, and combines many game mechanics from different genres. You can play both in split-screen mode, sitting side by side on the couch, and online.

17. Unsighted


  • Genre: Action, Adventure, RPG, Indie
  • Platform: Windows

  •  This is a Zelda-style adventure game with elements of Metroidvania, the essence of which is to constantly make difficult choices – whether to save this or that hero or let him die. This forces you to make the most of a relatively limited amount of time.

  •  No matter what you do, you will miss out on some part of the experience of this game or push something important into the background. And this means that Unsighted will want to play again.

16. Guardians of the Galaxy


  • Genre: action-adventure
  • Platforms: Windows, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4

  •  Guardians of the Galaxy has one of the best soundtracks in gaming history, as well as one of the most engaging stories of the year, some of the best characters of the year, and one of the best level designs of the year.

  •  In this game, you will try on the role of Star Lord – the leader of a motley team, on which the fate of the entire Galaxy depends. The rest of the team members are non-playable characters, they obey the AI, but they can be given commands during the battle. Space travel, inspirational speeches and jet boots await!



  • Genre: action-adventure
  • Platforms: Windows, PlayStation 5

  •  There's a moment in Groundhog Day where we realize that Phil Connors has been in this time loop for so long that he's basically "lived in" the place. He knows every person and every story in the city, but he hasn't quite figured out what to do with all this information yet.

  •  Much of Deathloop uses the same concept. The protagonist lives the same day over and over again, and his only hope of escape is to kill the leaders of the sociopathic cult.

  •  As with Groundhog Day, the goal of the game is ultimately to use the accumulated information to change your reality.

14. Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury


  • Genre: action, platformer
  • Platform: Nintendo Switch

  •  In the main game, you have to save the kingdom of fairies kidnapped by the evil Bowser by visiting separate worlds. Moreover, each level is a visible embodiment of a unique creative idea, and at the end of each of them a mini-boss awaits you.

  •  Simple gameplay, multiplayer for up to four people, and fun twists from the developers like isometric levels make Super Mario 3D World a great way to have fun for a couple of evenings.

  •  Paired with Bowser's Fury, a new Mario adventure starring a kaiju-sized Bowser and Mario the Cat, this is the ultimate Switch game.

13.Monster Hunter Rise


  • Genre: Action/RPG
  • Platforms: Windows, Nintendo Switch

  •  A new arcade storyline in Capcom's long-running series about going out into the world with a giant sword, spear or bow at the ready, and hunting down mythical creatures. This time, with new, smarter and more agile monsters, you feel more like a prey than a hunter.

  •  You can play Monster Hunter Rise both alone and in a team (maximum limit is 4 people). And 14 types of weapons and a different style of combat – in melee or ranged combat – will allow you to crush enemies as efficiently and effectively as possible.

12. Forza Horizon 5


  • Genre: arcade racing simulator
  • Platforms: Windows, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S

  •  Traveling through Mexico in a variety of supercars, rally cars and every other vehicle you can imagine is filled with racing, stunt challenges and more.

  •  The game won The Game Awards 2021 in three categories – Best Sound Design, Best Sports/Racing Game, and Accessibility Innovation.

11. Return


  • Genre: Third person shooter, roguelike
  • Platform: PlayStation 5

  •  This sci-fi time loop game is one of the greatest and most addictive third person shooters. The heroine – the pilot of a spaceship – again and again encounters dead copies of herself and pursues the mysterious White Shadow, along the way collecting artifacts of a bygone civilization and fighting off alien monsters.

  •  Exploring the deserted and beautiful planet of Anthropos is so satisfying that dying from an alien lifeform and having to start over doesn't seem like a terrifying prospect.

10. Far Cry 6


  • Genre: First person shooter, action-adventure
  • Platforms: Windows, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4

  •  If you've been looking for a sequel that shakes up the series and revolutionizes gameplay, you'll be disappointed with Far Cry 6. But if you love the classic Far Cry game with its fun action and just want to explore a new sandbox, then welcome to Yara!

  •  The best vehicle control in the series, a huge set of weapons and spectacular ultimate abilities are included in the invitation card.

9. Death's Door


  • Genre: action-adventure
  • Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch

  •  It's a top-down isometric adventure game that combines an improved Titan Souls variant with a touch of Dark Souls. The main character is a small crow acting as a grim reaper, who must deliver the soul of a powerful giant. But everything, as usual, does not go according to plan, and now the little bird is faced with a big task – to defeat three powerful bosses.

  •  The locations are beautiful and hand-drawn, the combat is fast paced, and the enemies are varied enough to make each dungeon feel unique. And upgrades like those in Souls help you build your character's power.

8. Chicory: A Colorful Tale


  • Genre: quest
  • Platforms: Windows, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, MacOS

  •  At first glance, Chicory is an adorable game about a small dog with a brush. The whole world is your coloring book: color everything you see and solve puzzles with brush strokes.

  •  Chicory could have become too cloying, a child's game, if not for the piercingly disturbing notes in the story. In conversations with other forest creatures, you'll find that each character struggles with impostor syndrome, anxiety, and other psychological issues. Through these conversations and encouragement for artistic expression, this story gently teaches to be kind to yourself and others.



  • Genre: Trading card game, roguelike
  • Platforms: Windows

  •  Inscryption puts you at the mercy of a masked eccentric living in a hut, shrouded in darkness. The only thing you need to escape from this terrible place is a set of rules, the ability to solve puzzles and... a talking playing card.

  •  Aesthetics of the 90s, memorable images, turn-based gameplay and great attention to any, the smallest detail give Inscryption a certain nostalgic charm. What at first seems like a trinket can turn out to be an important plot point. What seems like extraneous mechanics is later filled with a deeper meaning.

6. Remastered version of Quake


  • Genre: First Person Shooter
  • Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch

  •  In 2021, an updated version of the cult shooter was released. Now you can destroy enemies in 4K resolution and with fps up to 60 frames per second. Also in the remaster, dynamic lighting was made, modern anti-aliasing technologies were used, and visual effects were improved. The game includes both original maps and add-ons, as well as new modifications for multiplayer – official and the best fan-made ones.

5. Wildermyth


  • Genre: Tactical RPG
  • Platforms: Windows, Linux, macOS

  •  A truly inventive tactical RPG in which you assemble a team of heroes (hunters, archers and mystics), collect resources to craft equipment, and advance across the global map, conquering sector after sector from monsters.

  •  The battles are classic – turn-based, but with their own characteristics. For example, mystics can connect their soul with surrounding objects. Imagine a red-hot cauldron flying at the enemy!

  •  Funny and beautiful visuals, interesting gameplay and the idea of falling in love, creating families and even leaving the squad due to old age (everything is like in life) won Wildermyth love from gamers.

4.Hitman 3


  • Genre: stealth
  • Platforms: Windows, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4

  •  Agent 47 is back with another set of killer missions. Traveling from English country estates to Argentine wineries awaits him – new costumes, experiments with unusual weapons, and fun, murder and chaos wherever he goes.

  •  The game rewards ingenuity: the character strives to stage any murder as an accident, a difficult task that challenges your patience and ingenuity.

3. Overboard


  • Genre: Detective Adventure
  • Platforms: Windows

  •  A brilliant crime adventure in which former movie star Veronica Villensi kills her wealthy husband aboard a luxury passenger liner and then spends the rest of the journey creating an alibi. Instead of investigating a murder, you help cover it up.

2. Psychonauts 2


  • Genre: Platformer
  • Platforms: Windows, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Linux, MacOS

  •  This best platform game tells us that the best way to get to know someone is to reside in their mind in that brief moment when the world slows down long enough for them to reflect on themselves.

  •  The original Psychonauts laid the foundation for this basic concept, but even this great classic now feels like a test run for an exciting psychedelic adventure.

1.Halo Infinite


  • Genre: first person shooter
  • Platforms: Windows, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One

  •  After 20 years, the Master Chief saga is starting to feel like a fairy tale as old as time, but there's something magical about this massive space shooter.

  •  One of the best games for PC and consoles takes place on the vast ancient Zeta halo. There, the Master Chief must fight the most dangerous enemy in his entire life.

  •  Most importantly, Halo Infinite's multiplayer reminds us of the nights we spent with friends over LAN or Xbox Live. Those who like shooters without a "shooting range" and predictable, stupid enemies will appreciate Halo Infinite.