If you’re Canadian and you like video games, then the future is looking pretty good. With the Canadian market steadily growing and investors paying more attention to games, the next few years are ripe with opportunities for game makers.
1. Gotham Knights
The game is played in a single session, with each player participating in the role of a Hero and the Game Master playing all of the Villains. The Heroes always win, but it can be a close thing. Each Hero gets to play for about an hour, or until they have completed their particular storyline. There are no winners or losers in Gotham Knights; everyone has fun, whether they are winning or losing.
2. Nobody Saves the World
Nobody Saves the World is a great 2D platformer with a stunning art style and some intense gameplay mechanics. The story is rather simple; you play as the titular character, which sets out on a quest to save the world from an evil force. You will travel through various locations and fight against a large number of enemies.
The main idea behind Tunic is to bring people together around a table, to talk and laugh and tell stories as they play. There are lots of ways to play, from thrilling duels to epic contests between teams of players. Some cards are good for attacking, others for defending against attacks, some for constructing your hideaway, and many for other uses besides.