Reviews of Top Underrated Video Games

All gamers have a shared passion for video games. They are engaging, immersive, and interesting, so it is no wonder that gamers search for reviews. These reviews help inform them about the game and how it works before they download it

Thankfully with the advent of technology, we can access game reviews with our mobile phones from anywhere in the world. Also, we could search about the odds of each game, the same as others search for legitimate March Madness odds, the public’s opinion, and tips to win the game.

Read on as we explore in depth reviews on some top interesting video games


XXI is a first person shooter game developed by Southend Interactive and Ubisoft Paris. You might remember the game from a 2020 remake that impressed gamers and critics universally. It features a comic-book style display, an amnesiac, and single and multiplayer modes and we follow the story of an injured man.

He remembers that he was shot when trying to escape from a boat and the bank deposit key was in his pocket. The developers adapted the story from a Belgian novel and translated the comic book into the game. Gamers enjoy a satisfying headshot with comic-style illustrations and sound bubbles.

The game features 34 missions and 13 chapters that you must complete to find out who the numbered man is, and your weapons range from a knife, bazooka, and broom.


Silt is an underwater puzzle-adventure game that stars a lone diver pursuing the ocean and its mysteries. It was developed by Spiral Circus Games and later published by Fireshine Games. Also, Silt is a single-player game that immerses gamers in its serene and dark setting.

Silt features unique and impressive game mechanics, like its monochromic graphics, and the contrast builds the theme to form an eerie and horror-filled environment. The game is available on Steam, as it gathers praise from gamers and critics.


Deathloop is a first-person shooter game (FPS) that features a character named Colt who finds himself stuck on an island with an assassin. You’re stuck in a time loop and you can only break it by killing eight targets before the day’s end.

Meeting the targets is a little tricky but you get the hang of it as the days reset, and you learn what works and what doesn’t. Soon, you’ll master the playstyles and terrain and break the loop


Hades was made by Supergiant Games, a developer renowned for Bastion, Transistor, and Pyre. So, fans were really excited to meet the developers’ new brainchild, Hades.

Hades tells the story of Zagreus, Hades’ son, who tries to escape the underworld. The game has a unique twist to it, as you can roman other characters for extra bonuses. Plus, if you die in the game, it doesn’t take you to your last checkpoint but is far ahead.

You can also tweak your character and weapons to enhance your strength and increase your chances of escaping with each death.


Ghostrunner is an adventure game that features constant motion and ultraviolence in a post-apocalyptic setting. The game is intense and electrifying, and many gamers die several times trying to beat the game.

The game’s setting is Dharma Tower, which looks like a refuge zone for the remainder of humanity, and you climb the tower to exert vengeance on the ruthless dictator. To reach that point, however, you must dodge bullets, slice up your enemies and use your abilities in your favor

Ghostrunner is not for the fainthearted, as many gamers report feeling on the edge while playing.

Dying Light 2

Dying Light 2 is an open-world zombie game that features parkour-style gameplay. In the game, the nocturnal zombies move at different paces, from slow and groggy to fast and extremely dangerous.

You will explore a large map and make incremental decisions in the game-world. Some of your decisions can even open up a realm on the map, allowing you to access the area and tackle the game with three other players.