Digital games have been continuously at the cutting edge of developments in new media for the last decades. Digital games are designed for play with e.g. a computer, videogame console, mobile device or interactive television. A digital download is any software, game or add-on that you can purchase and download without a physical copy.
5 Best Digital games
1. Fifa 19 (PS4)
FIFA 19 is the latest football game by EA Sports. It was released in September 2018 and in this FIFA 19 review we will explain everything you need to know.
- Pre-orders only get Up to 5 jumbo Premium Gold packs- 1 per week for 5 weeks, 7 FUT matches- Cristiano Ronaldo Loan Item, special Edition FUT Kits designed by FIFA soundtrack artists
- FIFA 19 delivers a champion-caliber experience on and off the pitch
- Experience the all-new standalone UEFA Champions League mode to play the famous tournament from the group stage to the final
- In The Journey: Champions, take control of iconic young footballer Alex Hunter and pursue Champions League glory
- FIFA 19 Ultimate Team: Build your dream squad from thousands of players and compete in the most popular mode in FIFA
- Addition of Champions League
- New Team Uniforms
- New look of players
- Addition of couple of more teams
- Ultra HD Graphics
- Online Multiplayer Mode
- Addition of three new commentators
- Slow loading time as compared to older versions
- Camera Angles are too scary to control players
2. Red Dead Redemption – 2 (PS4)
Rockstar’s latest open-world epic offers gorgeous graphics and a storyline that will keep you enthralled for hours. Its world is big, compelling, and interesting. It’s also the best game of the past five years.
- Get ready to tame the Wild West, Red Dead is back with a vengeance and the west may never be the same
- Red Dead Redemption 2 is the sequel to the wildly popular open-world western action-adventure video game
- The game’s vast and atmospheric world will also provide the foundation for a brand new online multiplayer experience.
- Platform: PlayStation 4
- Media: Blu-ray
- The best looking console game there’s ever been
- Easily the most surprising story in open-world history
- A ludicrous and lovely number of side distractions
- Lack of fast travel makes this one looooong game
- The ending isn’t as brave as its predecessor
3. Assassins Creed: Odyssey (PS4)
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is a clean break from the series’ convoluted timeline and events. It’s set prior to the establishment of the game’s two major factions — the Templar and the Assassin Order.
- First released in 2007, assassin’s creed is an award-winning video game series that has had multiple spin-offs; The series has been released amongst nearly all consoles including previous generations and is one of the biggest in the gaming industry
- Assassin’s creed has followed the story of the secret war that seems to be never-ending; The assassin brotherhood and the Templar order have been fighting in many different historical settings from around the world
- No more details have been released and ubisoft have promised to reveal more information at E3 2018; Tune back in for further information and pre-order assassin’s creed: odyssey today
- Slick combat
- Lots of abilities that shake up gameplay
- Actions impact story in sweeping ways
- Poor photo mode implementation.
4. DRAGON BALL FighterZ – Nintendo Switch
Dragon Ball FighterZ is a tag-team fighting game, which basically means you pick three characters from the base roster of 21, each with their own fighting style whilst in battle and an attack that can be called in as an ‘Assist’ when they’re waiting on the sidelines.
- Nintendo Switch features: Simplified controls for single Joy-Con play. More features to be announced.
- Spectacular fights: Experience aerial combos, destructible stages, and famous scenes from the Dragon Ball anime reproduced in 60 FPS
- 3VS3 TAG/SUPPORT: Allows players to train and master more than one fighter/style, which brings deeper gameplay.
- HIGH-END ANIME GRAPHICS: Using the power of the Unreal engine and the talented team at Arc System Works, DRAGON BALL FighterZ is a visual tour-de-force.
- Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) Content Description: Cartoon violence, mild language, mild suggestive themes
- The full Dragon Ball FighterZ experience on the move
- A rewarding, deep system that’s easy to pick up
- Brilliant use of the license
- Some framerate drops and a slight visual downgrade
- Netcode is a bit inconsistent
- An additional £30 for the Season Pass when all the characters are out is a bit rich
The key to success is figuring out which characters work best with each other – which characters can continue a combo after a certain move from another, or which assists will help you open up your opponent or bridge a gap in a lengthy combo string.
5. Just Dance 2019 – Nintendo Switch Standard Edition
Just Dance is a rhythm game series from Ubisoft. The name of Just Dance is derived from Lady Gaga’s song of the same name, which is playable in the fifth game.
Essentially, Just Dance is a motion-based dancing game for multiple players (up to 6 on the Switch). There’s a huge collection of songs from many popular artists, and every song has its own unique choreography.
- With a one-month trial of Just Dance Unlimited included, dance to more than 400 songs!
- Your Just Dance experience is now personalized as the game learns your dancing habits and suggests content!
- Experience eight exclusive choreographies created with the help of kids’ development experts to encourage healthy movement.
- Featuring seasonal and special-event content for an even more dynamic experience on a new curated homepage.
- Warranty not applicable in India for items sold by Amazon Export Sales LLC.
Here’s a list of confirmed tracks that you’ll find in the game:
- A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got); (Artist- Fergie ft. Q-Tip & GoonRock; Solo mode; Unknown difficulty)
- Bang Bang Bang (Artist- BIGBANG; Trio mode; Hard difficulty)
- Bum Bum Tam Tam (Artist- MC Fioti, Future, J Balvin, Stefflon Don, and Juan Magan; Duet mode; Medium difficulty)
- Familiar (Artist- Liam Payne & J Balvin; Solo mode; Unknown difficulty)
- Finesse (Remix); (Artist- Bruno Mars ft. Cardi B; Dance Crew mode; Easy difficulty)
- Fire (Artist- LLP ft. Mike Diamondz; Duet mode; Medium difficulty)
- Fire on the Floor (Artist- Michelle Delamor; Solo mode; Unknown difficulty)
- Havana (Artist- Camila Cabello; Solo mode; Easy difficulty)
- I Feel It Coming (Artist- The Weeknd ft. Daft Punk; Solo mode; Unknown difficulty)
- Mad Love (Artist- David Guetta and Sean Paul ft. Becky G; Duet mode; Medium difficulty)
- Mama Mia (Artist- Mayra Verónica; Duet mode; Easy difficulty)
- Narco (Artist- Blasterjaxx & Timmy Trumpet; Solo mode; Easy difficulty)
- New Reality (Artist- Gigi Rowe; Solo mode; Unknown difficulty)
- New Rules (Artist- Dua Lipa; Unknown mode; Unknown difficulty)
- New World (Artist- Krewella & Yellow Claw ft. VaVa; Solo mode; Unknown difficulty)
- OMG (Artist- Arash ft. Snoop Dogg; Trio mode; Medium difficulty)
- One Kiss (Artist- Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa; Solo mode; Unknown difficulty)
- Shaky Shaky (Artist- Daddy Yankee; Solo mode; Easy difficulty)
- Sweet Sensation (Artist- Flo Rida; Dance Crew mode; Unknown difficulty)
- Toy (Artist- Netta; Solo mode; Unknown difficulty)
- Water Me (Artist- Lizzo; Solo mode; Easy difficulty)
- Work Work (Artist- Britney Spears; Trio mode; Medium difficulty)
- Little touches like having the Joy-Con’s HD Rumble pulsate to the beat make the Switch version particularly appetising.
- If you’re happy to pay the subscription and want to rather literally just dance, treating yourself to the series’ newest instalment provides you with the largest selection of tracks the series has ever offered and would be a good investment.
- There aren’t any fancy modes to speak of .
- You won’t have access to a lot of songs unless you pay up for a subscription