Release date: 2 February 2021 (PS5)
Do you love destruction and smashing things up? This is the game for you. Destruction AllStars looks to be a blend between the classic ram-‘n-smash gameplay of Destruction Derby with the acrobatics of Prince of Persia. Players have to utilise their chosen vehicles and weapons to take out their opponents, but if your vehicle is destroyed, you’re not necessarily out of the fight. Players then have to navigate the arena on foot and dodge incoming attacks in order to survive. While the player character is vulnerable in this situation, each AllStar has unique skills that can turn the battle to their favour, such as turning invisible or stealing another player’s car.
Little Nightmares 2
Release date: 11 February 2021 (Xbox One | PS4 | Xbox Series X/S | PS5 | Switch | PC)
2017’s puzzle-platformer horror game Little Nightmares has been given a sequel, which sees the return of Six, a small girl who has to make her way through tricky obstacles and avoid horrifying monstrosities. The follow-up mixes things up a little by adding an AI companion called Mono, who you’ll have to help through a decaying metropolis called Pale City. Expect more physics-based puzzles, tricky platforming, and quick-timing to outsmart some spine-tingling creatures.
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Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood
Release date: 4 February 2021 (Xbox One | PS4 | Xbox Series X/S | PS5 | PC)
Aside from having arguably the most brutal name ever, Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood looks to be an interesting entry into the action/stealth genre, giving you the powers and abilities to transform from a mercenary into a wolf or full-blown, head-tearing werewolf, as you make your way through some human and supernatural baddies. The combat looks fun, the stealth mechanics look interesting, and Werewolf: The Apocalypse should appeal to fans of all things supernatural.
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