The holidays are here and people are sat around trying to figure out what to do with some time off.
Some of those people happen to own Google Stadia too.
Those people won't be bored though, because there are so many excellent games on the service, so how could they.
If you want to know which are the best games on Google Stadia, then look no further. Well, read the rest of the article, then look no further.
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla
What could be more seasonal than raiding the UK as a Viking?
Valhalla feels like a perfection of the formula that Ubisoft has been honing with Origins and Odyssey, and there's so much to do here that you may never get to the other games.
Baldur's Gate 3
While this game is only in Early Access, it's still one of the most impressive RPGs to have released this year.
Whether you're hoping to push through as a warrior or trick your opponents to death as a warlock, there's a playstyle for everyone, and already an incredible amount of content to get through.
The Darksiders series is one of the most interesting around. While it might not always be good, it always does something different, and we respect it.
Genesis is an isometric game that is at its best when you're playing it in co-op. It's a blast to play, and we thoroughly recommend you try it out.
Destiny 2 is an excellent game, and the state it's in at the moment is amazing.
You can experience this space-age adventure and throw fireballs, lightning storms, and now cryo-tornados if that's what you're into.
Metro Exodus is horrifying but wonderful.
It's a strange mix of open-world sections and more story-driven parts, and it's one of the most atmospheric games around. Play this.
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Something a bit different here, but the Steamworld series is incredible.
Heist is a 2D strategy game where you'll have to command your motley crew of steam robots through dilemma after dilemma. You know, the usual.
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Risk of Rain 2
Risk of Rain 2 is one of the best roguelikes ever made.
The more you play the more powerful you become, but the harder it gets too. It's the kind of game you'll be playing for "one more run" until the holiday season is over.
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