Biggest Games Of Spring 2021

Biggest Games Of Spring 2021

Illustration for article titled Biggest Games Of Spring 2021
Advertisement

It Takes Two

It Takes Two

Illustration for article titled Biggest Games Of Spring 2021

A heartwarming co-op adventure game, this title proves that any relationship can be saved with the help of magical transmutation and a sentient book.

Advertisement

New Pokémon Snap

New Pokémon Snap

Illustration for article titled Biggest Games Of Spring 2021

Just like its predecessor on the N64, the premise of this game is simple yet effective. Gengar suspects his wife is cheating on him with a Garchomp she knows from work. He wants you to get photo evidence that will hold up in court and ensure that he gets full custody of their kids.

Advertisement

Deathloop

Deathloop

Illustration for article titled Biggest Games Of Spring 2021

As with Arkane’s other titles, this promises to be a game whose intricate systems will fascinate you when you watch a 40-minute YouTube essay on them two years from now.

Advertisement

Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD

Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD

Illustration for article titled Biggest Games Of Spring 2021

Zelda fans have long awaited an HD remaster of this 1983 game, which had previously been released on Nintendo’s archaic single bit-based Simple Nintendo console that rendered gameplay impossible with its primitive graphics.

Advertisement

Plants Vs. Zombies: Battle For Neighborville

Plants Vs. Zombies: Battle For Neighborville

Illustration for article titled Biggest Games Of Spring 2021

A dense and allusive take on the Trump era, this third-person multiplayer shooter forces players to take control of either Plants (Donald J. Trump) or Zombies (Democrats) in an all-out fight for Neighborville (the United States electoral system). It may seem like a slog for those who eschew more overtly political games, but trust us: For news junkies, this is going to be a treat.

Advertisement

Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life

Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life

Illustration for article titled Biggest Games Of Spring 2021

To celebrate this classic Sega franchise finally coming to Xbox and PC, protagonist Kazuma Kiryu has been fully redesigned to feature the likeness, voice, and no-holds-barred capoeira fighting style of Microsoft founder Bill Gates.

Advertisement

Resident Evil Village

Resident Evil Village

Illustration for article titled Biggest Games Of Spring 2021

When city slicker Ethan Winters’ car breaks down in a small town, gamers will wait with him for replacement parts as he laughs, loves, and learns to appreciate small-town life.

Advertisement

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

Illustration for article titled Biggest Games Of Spring 2021

Utilizing the advanced hardware of the PS5, Insomniac Games is finally able to give Ratchet and Clank bangs.

Advertisement

Returnal

Returnal

Illustration for article titled Biggest Games Of Spring 2021

This third-person psychological horror sounds too scary for someone who’s been through as tough a year as you. Hey, bud, listen up. Here’s what you should do: Go blend up some mango piña coladas, take a load off in a beachside hammock, and cue up the virtuosic vocal stylings of Bobby McFerin.

Advertisement

Returnal

Returnal

Illustration for article titled Biggest Games Of Spring 2021

Just kick back and relax, is what we’re saying! You’ve had a hell of a time this year. Pandemic, emotional ups and downs, relationship troubles. Nothing selfish with giving yourself just as much love as you give everyone else. Heck, order some coconut fried shrimp right to your hammock. Who’s going to stop you? Not us! Forget about Returnal! Go have a blast!

Advertisement