Best Games of November like The Godfather & Football Manager Handheld 2017!
With Christmas creeping up around the corner, trying to find time to just unwind and relax can be difficult, especially when you’re rushing around on your days off starting Christmas shopping. It doesn’t help if when you finally do find five minutes to relax, you have no idea what to do or how to turn off your brain.
Well that’s where we come in. The list below features 5 of the best games of November, and they are sure to help you unwind, relax and switch off your busy brain for a little while.
The Godfather is not only an incredible movie franchise, but it also makes for some pretty fun game play. Finally, a version for your Android is available and it’s definitely worth playing. Join the family, build an empire, assemble a crew and fight for control against foes (and allies who think it’s wise to betray you). It features strategy, action and of course, help from the Don himself.
Second on our list is Gear.Club. The game itself is stunning, and you can explore detailed and gorgeous environments. You can also upgrade your cars as you earn victory money, defeating your rivals in races. If you’re looking for a new racing game to play then Gear Club should be on your shortlist. It isn’t perfect, but it’s refreshing, a joy to look at and a lot of fun to play.
Space Marshals 2 is incredible. Visually it looks amazing and the developers have put a lot of emphasis on stealth and tactics, rather than just another bullet-spraying shoot em’ up. You need to take out the alien criminals as you tactically make use of your surroundings to remain unknown. There’s also a cool story line to follow as you work your way through the missions.
Football Manager doesn’t need much of an introduction, it’s an incredibly in-depth management simulator which sees you take control of virtually any professional football club. You then have to devise tactics, sign players and assemble a team worthy of dominating for trophies and success. While the handheld version isn’t as detailed as it’s desktop counterpart, it will still suck you in and leave you craving “one last game”.
Lastly we have Fantastic Beasts: Cases. This is based on the latest addition to Harry Potters world of wizardry and is great if you want a game which slows down the pace and isn’t pushing your adrenaline over the limit. You have to solve cases by searching for clues and interviewing witnesses, all while casting spells to protect the magical beasts at the center of everything…