Here is a selection of 3 fabulous indie games you may have missed on Xbox Game Pass.
If the Xbox Game Pass has now found a competitor (size?) in the ecosystem of video game subscriptions, until it is really effective, Microsoft does not lose the advantage. The Xbox Game Pass catalog is still packed with AAA games as well as indie nuggets. We invite you today to discover the last 3 games that have marked us and that you absolutely must test.
We start with Tunicthe famous Zelda-like that many players have been waiting for. While it was not originally planned in the Xbox Game Pass catalog, it finally joined it on the day of its release on March 16. In this adventure title, you play as a reckless little fox, whose mission is to ring bell towers all over the place where he is.
At first very mysterious, it is a game in which you are free to move, but which requires certain skills or certain objects to reach initially inaccessible areas. On your way, you will encounter more or less tough enemies, mysteries to solve and hidden places to explore.
If we love Tunic, it’s for its refreshing side, its relaxing designs and its addictive gameplay. While it’s not particularly easy or difficult, you should find some challenge in turning around, unlocking new areas, or mastering the art of combat and dodging. A game that we recommend to all types of players.
The second game is much quieter and should suit fans of narrative-only titles. Unpacking is a puzzle game in which you follow a character through their moves. No dialogue, no context, just boxes and sentimental items that you unpack from apartment to apartment, and house to house.
Once unpacked, your job is to put all the items in their place – pretty much however you like as long as they’re in the right room and in the right area – which is quite a tedious and time-consuming task, which doesn’t may not appeal to everyone. Fans of organization and storage, on the other hand, will appreciate this type of very relaxing gameplay, with delicate music in the background that perfectly accompanies the moment.
Contrary to what we initially thought, the story ofUnpacking is unique and not randomly generated. If you have already seen Let’s Play on it, it is therefore obvious that there is no longer or little interest in playing it. Nevertheless, those who still want to try the adventure for the first time should not be disappointed.
A memoir Blue
We end this selection with A memoir Blue, another narrative game, even more poetic than the previous one. In this adventure game that is described as an “interactive poem”, you play as a young woman who remembers the good times spent with her mother when she was a child, and thus what laid the foundations of their relationship. fusional.
The originality of this title is expressed through graphics combining 3D for the present, and 2D for memories. it is in this that A Memoir Blue is so touching, because he manages to combine different visual styles in order to convey more emotions to us. If you are affected by this kind of games, you will not be disappointed with the trip.