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4 top video games you should play in June 2020

  • This month’s recommendations include the excellent ‘Trials of Mana’ remake and goofy ‘Cooking Simulator’
  • We have great picks for PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox and PC
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Each month, we curate a list of four games we think deserve some love. Check out the revamped battle system in beat’em up Streets of Rage 4 or cook up a storm in Cooking Simulator.

Gears Tactics

Taking place years before the original Gears of War, join Gabe Diaz, the father of current main series hero Kait Diaz, as he goes on a mission to eliminate an elite Locust scientist named Ukkon.

Check out our review here and buy a copy here.

Streets of Rage 4

Developers Dotemu, Lizardcube and Guard Crush Games gave Streets of Rage 4 a major makeover with hand-drawn visuals that look cartoonish but somehow work. The developers bring back the main heroes Axel Stone, Blaze Fielding and Adam Hunter and introduce new faces Cherry Hunter and Floyd Iraia.

Check out our review here and buy a copy here.

Cooking simulator

If you’ve ever dreamed of becoming a master chef, Cooking Simulator (from the aptly named Big Cheese Studio) may be just the game for you. Make use of a fully equipped kitchen with professional grade utensils and the freshest ingredients, to digitally cook more than 80 recipes.

Check out our review here.

Trials of Mana

Square Enix’s latest remake is the classic Trials of Mana, an update to the original which was released on the SNES all the way back in 1995. With snazzed-up 3D graphics and lots of player choices that make a real difference in how the story unfolds, this updated Japanese role-playing game is a winner.

Check out our review here and buy a copy here.

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