Coronavirus lockdown: 10 video games for big kids | Culture

1. Google Stadia
Google’s new world of cloud gaming is like a streaming service for video games — offering (broadly) unlimited access to a mix of titles such as Red Dead Redemption 2, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Rise of the Tomb Raider for £8.99 a month (although top-range games require an extra fee). You can flip between TV, laptop and phone without having to pause the game, and there’s a stream button for sending your gameplay to YouTube.

2. Disco Elysium
A Bafta-nominated role-playing game by the Estonian novelist Robert Kurvitz, this features an alcoholic cop prone to bouts of amnesia who wakes up after a drinking binge to solve a murder in a post-communist city. There’s no shooting, but you’re scored on a


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