Game news Stadia Pro: Hotline Miami 2 and two other games “offered” in May 2021
After Pikuniku, Ys VIII, Resident Evil VII Gold Edition, and SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom: Rehydrated in April, it’s time for three new titles for Stadia Pro subscribers.
Like every month, Stadia adds new titles accessible at no additional cost to subscribers, who can enjoy unlimited titles as long as they are subscribers. Once collected, these games remain accessible, even if they leave the offer. From May 1, subscribers will be able to pick up three titles. However, note that April 30, SteamWorld Heist, El Hijo: A Wild West Tale, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light and Enter the Gungeon will leave the catalog. If you are subscribed, remember to collect them before this date.
Developed by Dennaton and published by Devolver, Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is a top-down shooter that calls for thoughts and reflexes. In the shoes of several protagonists with intertwined stories, players will go and clean up many areas, trying not to die. Without upsetting the formula established in the first opus, Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number offers a recipe that is as effective as ever, with a little more depth.
Four years after Trine 3, Frozenbyte is making a comeback after Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince in October 2019. In this title, we find the dark Prince Selius, who brought his nightmares to life. The players alternately embody the three iconic characters of the saga, having Amadeus the magician, Zoya the thief and Pontius the knight. By combining their powers, they will have to brave adversity, which takes the form of enemies, obstacles or puzzles.
The last game on offer this month is Floor Kids, a rhythm game that takes the world of breakdance as its setting. Drawn by hand, the title invites players to manage dancers by making them perform numerous choreographies. Note that the music of the game was imagined by Kid Koala, a prolific Canadian DJ whose first album, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, was released in 2000.
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