During Christmas holidays, people usually get bored due to intense cold and snow outside so they prefer to stay inside. Christmas celebrators can surly rejuvenate their festive time by having newly launched action packed games. Here are some most awaited games to be launched during Christmas time.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
Almost all of the gamers must have played call of duty but Modern Warfare 3 is surly a refined and improved game with completely new experience and graphics. It can be played on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. Modern Warfare has adopted latest technologies to ensure the highest quality of graphics with in depth detail of everything. The game is quite complex and completely new player will take time to understand full controls. The game is developed after experimenting on real time warfare. The player will be playing role of a soldier fighting infantry fight, driving through dangerous routes, dropping supplies through aircrafts and much more. This is a must play game for every gamer.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Skyrim is the latest installment in the Elder of Scrolls Series. The player is thrown out to fantasy land in northernmost country in the very middle of the earth. The developers have created a superb fantasy land where dragons are flying and other monstrous creature are dwelling. This is a full adventure game which keeps the player alert at all times while fighting with beastly creatures.
This Christmas no game like Dark Souls is released. This game is full of crumbling clock towers, knights in tarnished armors and ferocious fights. The player is literally spell bound by the game really feels like he have travelled times and now in medieval age where skeletons are patrolling and ice giants are gate keepers. Player has to collect souls of the enemies he kills as a currency and once killed himself all currency is lost. This game really challenges the player and no newbie can easily play this game. To succeed in this game the gamer had to have guts.
All these games will add thrill, adventure in your cold Christmas celebrations and warm you up for next year.