Exciting Weekend! Here Are 10 Recommended Games This Week That Gamers Should Try To Play


As usual, the KotGa crew will provide recommendations for the best and newest games this week. Quite a few new games have sprung up this week as well as many games that are holding interesting new events or updates and of course it’s a shame if you miss them. Whether it’s games released on mobile, console, or PC. The KotGa crew has concluded it and selected the best 10, what are the games? Let’s just listen.

1. LifeAfter

Source: Official Netease Games Global

One of the best survival-themed Mobile games, LifeAfter, seems to never run out of ideas to present a variety of interesting content. In order to bring increasingly wild and terrifying Zombie attacks into the game, LifeAfter officially held a crossover event with the popular console game Resident Evil. Of course, the presence of this crossover event will bring various interesting features ranging from characters, crossover items, to dungeons with special bosses.

The game released by Capcom in 1996 has become one of the most successful franchises, having sold nearly 100 million units worldwide. Now combining horror exploration, fighting, to tense action will be present in the LifeAfter X Resident Evil collaboration. KotGa crew can’t wait to take part in this crossover event! But before that, you need to read and understand a variety of content that will be present in this horror collaboration that is quite awaited.

Download at: Google Play.

2. Summoners War

Source: Official Com2us

Even though it was released 6 years ago, this mobile game with the turn-based RPG genre is still very good to play. Moreover, in the latest update, Summoners Wars provides a crossover with one of the fighting games made by Capcom, namely Street Fighter V: Champion Edition. The result of this collaboration will give you five collaboration monsters such as Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, M. Bison, and Dhalsim.

Download at: Google Play.

3. Tom and Jerry: Chase

Source: Official NetEase Games

Tom and Jerry: Chase, a fast-paced 1v4 fighting mobile game developed by NetEase Games and officially licensed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. Previously, this game had also held a closed beta which was quite enthusiastically followed by gamers, even though they had studied carefully in playing this game.

Now the game has been released on Android and iOS, and can be installed and played directly. If you are a registrant from the pre-registration stage, you will get many pre-registration prizes, such as several items and skins.

Download at: Google Play.

Read this too:

»Lots of Fun RPGs! Here Are 10 Recommended Games This Week That Gamers Should Try To Play
»Make Playing More Exciting, Tips to Get Character [Street Fighter V: Champion Edition] in Summoners War
»Cheap 2020 Wireless Gaming Headset Recommendations For You The Thin Pocket
»Wibu Close! Here Are 10 Anime PC Games That You Must Play!
»Have a PS3 Console Idle at Home? Trade-in immediately with PS4!

4. Microsoft Flight Simulator

Source: Official Xbox Game Studios

Microsoft Flight Simulator is officially released. Apart from offering fantastic graphics quality, this game can give players complete freedom to explore the world. Variations in weather conditions to the day and night cycle in this game are also made as realistic as possible. To answer these big expectations, this game was also developed with high dedication from the development team. No kidding, they are using Satellite and Azure AI data as their main base in building a large, realistic world.

Available for: PC

5. Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions

Source: Official Bandai Namco Entertainment

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions will bring the action of Tsubasa Ozora and his friends in achieving a brilliant position in the realm of national to international football. In this game you can execute epic playing skills both when attacking and defending, something that is very typical of every character in the Captain Tsubasa series and their unique variety of playing ball skills.

Available for: PC, PlayStation 4, Switch One