From Lake to Metroid Dread: the most exciting video games for autumn 2021 | The Guardian

By Keza MacDonald / The Guardian

In this feast of new titles, you can escape to 1980s Oregon, become stuck in an art deco assassin game, or liberate a Caribbean Island with the help of a dog.  

Playing video games has always been a popular pastime, regardless of the season. Fortunately, there are a plethora of thrilling video games to select from. Lake, for example, is an independent game set in a lovely lake village with a tiny cast of characters. WarioWare: Get It Together! is another alternative. It’s a delightfully weird party game that caters to the attention span of the internet age, with quickfire puzzles that have you squeezing toothpaste, collecting diamonds, and tweezing armpit hair off marble sculptures. Deathloop, Far Cry 6, Metroid Dread, and a slew of more games are available. 



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