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30+ Best New PC Games of June 2018 Reviewed by Gamers and Critics

Best New PC Games of June 2018

The newly-released  rankings PC video games released in June 2018 for Mac, Windows or Linux gaming stations.  All the new PC releases that were reviewed by gamers and critics.

36. Paintball War

How this arrived on our list is a question for another time. This free to play multiplayer first person shooter is proud of its record for being the first realistic paintball game. Too bad it suffers from awful controls, slow movement, and bugs all over. But hey, at least it’s free. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 4.29

35. Idle Heist

A free to play idle clicker from ChimpLabs. The game’s main objective is to steal as much money from the bank before the popos arrive. But the real challenge is the patience to make it through its unpolished and boring gameplay. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 4.80

34. Shaq-Fu: A Legend Reborn

This beat ‘em up adventure game features the NBA icon Shaquille O’Neal off to a path of greatness in the realm of Kung Fu. Engage in fun and epic battles with unique enemies as you explore numerous locations. Fend off hordes of baddies from pop culture icons, to lowly street criminals from Hell and beyond. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 5.40

33. Tennis World Tour

Be a part of this tennis simulation game from Breakpoint, but you have to make sure you won’t be disappointed when you find out this game has no multiplayer. Not to mention it has bad optimization. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 5.55

32. Far Cry 5: Hours Of Darkness

How’s are the Vietnam flashbacks doing? Ubisoft’s downloadable content for their latest Far Cry game takes you to the center of the Vietnam War. Hope County is far away from this place, and this hour long shooter is a survival experience you won’t recover from. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 5.63

31. The Crew 2

Ubisoft’s open world extreme motorsports game takes you to the land, skies and the sea. Use a myriad of vehicles in intense driving action. Too bad the game is riddled with microtransactions and the typical Ubisoft business model. It has a PlayScore of 6.20

30. MEMORIES OF MARS

Set 100 years into the future, explore and survive the Red Planet with all your resources. This survival open world game is still in its early access phase, it has its fair share of problems and it’s not in a good state as of the moment with a Provisional PlayScore of 6.30

29. Soul At Stake

Currently on Steam’s Early Access, this oriental-themed 1 versus 4 survival horror game is similar to Dead By Daylight. Except it’s made by Chinese. It has a lot of potential, and it receives a Provisional PlayScore of 6.37

28. Lust For Darkness

A psychological horror game with tons of sexual content. Trapped in an alien world with otherworldly creatures, find a way to escape this never ending nightmare filled with the occult and eroticism. Explore the confines of this alternate Victorian Mansion as you run away from beasts, and your very own demons. This walking simulator receives a PlayScore of 6.47

27. Antigraviator

A futuristic racing game created by Cybernetic Walrus. It’s a whole new take on the anti-grav genre but you could tell its heavily inspired by the iconic WipeOut series. Overtake your enemies in neon-lit tracks and feel the pulsating speed with no speed limits. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.55

26. Contagion VR: Outbreak

You ever wanted to be in the middle of a zombie apocalypse? This virtual reality lets you be a survivor in an outbreak that turned every living thing a nightmare. Team up with friends in co-op advenures, or test your skills in PvP combat. Still on Early Access, it has its optimization issues that still needs resolving. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 6.68

25. Illusion: Tale Of The Mind

This indie-adventure game by Frima Studio lets you control Emma as she wanders inside an illusionist’s mind in search of her father’s killer. Despite its creative world, it fails to bring a whole new direction when it comes to enjoyment. It’s receives a Provisional PlayScore of 6.75

24. Realm Royale

Hi-Rez’s answer to the Battle Royale craze. Create your own champion and dive into a massive realm with 100 players. Last one alive wins. Choose from a wide variety of class, weapons, and abilities to dominate the battlefield. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 6.81

23. Flashing Lights – Police Fire EMS

A simulator made for people active on the police, medical and fire departments. For hardcore emergency volunteers out there, this game is for you. Save lifes, put out fires, and meet with fellow players in its online mode. Currently on Steam’s Early Access and it has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.96

22. Darkest Dungeon: The Color Of Madness

A downloadable content from Red Hook Studios’ punishing lovecraftian RPG. Enter a whole new region called The Farmstead and avert a mysterious alien object from threatening the existence of men. This new story expansion adds more problems to your party such as new bosses, quirks, and tons of psychological dread. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 6.98

21. Jurassic World: Evolution

If life finds a way, video game publishers can, too. This video game is based on the award-winning franchise from Steven Spielberg. Create your own Jurassic Park and bioengineer dinosaurs that can think, feel and react intelligently to the world around you. It has a lot of potential despites its shortcomings, but if you’re a fan of simulators and Dinosaurs, this might be for you. It has a PlayScore of 7.18

20. Totally Accurate Battlegrounds

Move over, Bluehole and Unreal. This is the definitive Battle Royale experience. Landfall’s hilarious physics-based multiplayer is filled with action, alright, but it’s downright insane with every step you take. You can’t help but laugh at their absurd antics. It totally makes a meme out of the Battle Royale genre. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.24

19. MotoGP 18

Considered as the ultimate MotoGP experience, it’s made for the avid fans of the series. Start your engines and drive in its true to life visuals with an impressive attention to detail. Critics loved the games improvements, especially with its riding animations. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.30

18. Vampyr

DONTNOD’s latest game is set during 1918 London. Play as a troubled Doctor slash Vampire. Pick between two sides of the coin in a flu-ravaged city. Are you going to be a bloodthirsty beast? Or a savior? Your choices will determine the future of London. Use your supernatural abilities to fight your enemies. It receives a PlayScore of 7.30

17. LEGO: The Incredibles

TT Fusion’s incredible take on the adorable adventures of the Parr family is full of fun and humor. Help them as they stop crime and lead their family at the same time. It’s set during the original movie and the sequel so that’s two games in one! Meet your favorite characters from the series and unlock LEGO secrets by solving puzzles and so much more. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.41

16. SSG/ ZH: School Girl/ Zombie Hunter

Tamsoft’s survival shooter is all about less clothes, and more action. If you know what I mean. Fend off a horde of undead with your wide variety of guns. The more damage you take, the more your clothes disappear. Make it out alive inside Kirisaki High School because this game has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.42

15. BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle

An epic crossover fighting game from Arc System Works. The beloved characters of the Persona 4 series, Under Night In Birth and RWBY are all joining the Blazblue heroes in a star-studded 2D fighting game. It’s a crossover collision you can’t ever miss. It has a PlayScore of 7.46

14. Dude, Stop

From TeamHalfbeard, this funny puzzle game lets you break the game’s own rules. All you hve to do is make fun of everything the game offers. Mess up with the countless amount of puzzles and dude, don’t stop. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.56

13. IOSoccer

A free non-commercial soccer game. It’s simple and it offers the fundamental elements of the well-loved ball game. No microtransactions and no unecessary additions. It’s on Early Access with a Provisional PlayScore of 7.59

12. Cuisine Royale

Holy crap. A kitchen based Batlte Royale. As if Bluehole’s Pan wasn’t enough. Use a variety of kitchen tools to protect yourself from this ridiculous warfare. This was supposed to be an April Fool’s prank, but it got out of control they turned it into a full-fledged game. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.60

11. Unravel Two

It takes two to tangled in this latest installment from Electronic Arts’ adorable platformer. This time, grab a friend because of its new co-op multiplayer. Players can assume the role of the original guy while the other controls the other Yarny. Together they solve puzzles and witness the breathtaking vistas of their tiny world. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.62

10. Budget Cuts

A Virtual Reality game where you sneak your way through dangerous robots in a company under budget cuts. It’s just like your regular life in the office. Use your ninja skills as you take down these pesky machines with your office tools. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.66

9. Prey: Mooncrash

A downloadable content from Bethesda’s sci-fi horror shooter. Enter a secret TranStar moon base and survive overwhelming odds of danger. This time around, the game evolves into a rogue-like experience. Players will encounter new levels, aliens weapons and so much more. It offers an infinitely replayable campaign that tests your resourcefulness and patience. It’s not the Prey you once knew, but it’s a good addition to the game with a Provisional PlayScore of 7.70

8. Gunheart

An online co-op RPG from Drifter Entertainment. Be a robotic bounty hunter with customizable features as you explore the far reaches of the galaxy looking for resources, and rare enemies to fight. The game has VR support if you want a more immersive feel. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.80

7. The Sims 4: Seasons

The latest downloadable content in the Sim 4. Enjoy the holidays with your Sims in a calendar of seasons. Make the most out of your time under the crisp snow falls during Winter, the sweltering heat during Summer and so much more! It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.86

6. Dust N Wheels

Kiwa Games takes you to their beautiful and atmospheric racing world. Returning to the old-school arcade you once knew, experience the thrill and excitement of white-knuckle racing. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 8.40

5. The Awesome Adventures Of Captain Spirit

DONTNOD’s prologue to their most anticipated Life Is Strange 2. Follow the life of Chris and his make-believe persona of Captain Spirit. Make heroic decisions, fend off imaginary baddies, and enjoy Sufjan Steven’s mesmerizing music. It receives a PlayScore of 8.43

4. Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy

The ultimate Crash Bandicoot experience. Everyone’s favorite Tasmanian Devil is out on the PC with insane platforming fun, and most of all, it’s now in fully-remastered visuals. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 8.44

3. Witch Hunt

An early access indie horror game set in the 18th Century. Go on a non-linear exploration with a haunting atmosphere. Play as a Witch Hunter tasked to eliminate an evil lurking in the woods of Bellville. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 8.45

2. Stoneshard: Prologue

A free to play indie RPG adventure from Ink Stains Games. This is a playable prologue from the actual game called Stoneshard. Learn the story behind the game’s main characters in this 2-3 hours worth of turn-based gameplay. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 8.70

1. Football, Tactics & Glory

A turn-based football game from Creoteam with RPG elements. Level up your units after clashes on each stadiums and turn your team into a worthy investment. It’s not the typical sports game you know and love, and it’s unique elements make the game worthy of a Provisional PlayScore of 8.92

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