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Three addictive offline games to try on your PC

Wolfenstein: The New Colossus

Americans took over Germany with big guns and had lots of explosions – it was like a Hollywood movie when it was followed with the hit game Wolfenstein: The New Order. The Nazis captured the United States during this replacement, and came to BJ Blazkowicz, aka “Terror-Billy,” and the Resistance to do the right thing.

Set in 1961, the game will brighten you up in a number of locations including Roswell, New Mexico, New Orleans, and post-nuclear Manhattan. Oh, and there’s also a Nintendo Switch version of the game in the works, but you’ll have to wait until next year for one.

Release date: October 27

Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One

New Colossus price: Rs. 2,999 (Retail) on PC, Rs. 3,999 on gaming consoles ($ 59.99 in the US)

Good Offline Game: Super Mario Odyssey

No Nintendo console completed without a new Mario platformer, which practically ended determining that console generation. For Nintendo Switch that game is Mario Odyssey. It’s still the ancient story of Mario rescuing the princess who digs from relentless Bowser, but what’s new here is the new Mario hat ship called Odyssey.

Mario goes out of the comfort zone of Kingdom of Mushroom Kingdoms and discover new Kingdoms including New Donk City inspired by the modern world. He also has a new cap called erm, Cappy, through which he has the power to own whoever wears it. Yes, to be fair Mario was never on the premise, but gameplay looks as solid as ever.

Release date: October 27

Platforms: Nintendo Switch

Starting price: $ 59.99 in the US

South Park: The Fractured But Whole

The Stick of Truth is an outstanding RPG set in the South Park universe that has achieved something no other South Park game can – capturing the true humor of the show. Now, The Fractured but Whole has made the fantasy genre of the previous game a completely new superhero theme. It has 12 character classes, allows you to choose your gender and race, and comes with an advanced combat system.