top 10 Fun pc Games for Rainy Days for all Ages & Activity Levels
Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom
Ni No Kuni 2: The Revenant Kingdom tells a sweeping magical tale where a humble king, Ivan, must rebuild a new kingdom after being forced to depart from his previous kingdom.
Resident Evil Village
Resident Evil Village is an interesting entry in the long-running and venerable survival horror franchise. The game immediately differentiates itself from the previous entries.
No More Heroes 1 And 3
When you think of No More Heroes, the first descriptor that comes to mind is probably not "open-world," and that's appropriate.
Cloudpunk is an open world game that has slipped off a lot of people's radar, and that's a shame. Compared to the "scale" of most of the other open-world titles on this list.
Dragon Age: Inquisition
Before BioWare tried to make a galactic open-world game with Mass Effect Andromeda, they already had a well-designed open-world game with Dragon Age: Inquisition.
In Days Gone, you take control of Deacon St. John, an army veteran who is trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic world riddled with zombies called "Freakers".
The tried and true Ubisoft open world format is one that a lot of people are tired of nowadays.
Batman: Arkham City
After Batman: Arkham Asylum put developer Rocksteady on the map, he completely outdone himself with Batman: Arkham City.
Forza Horizon 4
Forza Horizon was founded alongside previous innovative racing games such as Burnout Paradise (which is also here).
Just Cause 3
The Just Cause series is all about giving you as much equipment as possible so you can run around a blast trying to pull off ridiculous stunts.
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