NVIDIA is back with another round of new games for its GeForce NOW service with this week seeing the drop of Onimusha: Warlords. It’s perfect timing considering that the Onimusha anime just hit Netflix on November 2. And fans of Capcom’s classic samurai action adventure game can dive back into it for some nostalgia even if they don’t have a PC nearby.
If samurai games aren’t your bag, then you will still have plenty of other games to choose from this week if you’re looking for something new. As the total number of new games added to the service reaches 16. Onimusha: Warlords is one of those of course. As for the other 15 games, some are new releases on PC via Steam this week. The list also includes a crop of Xbox games that were originally available through Xbox’s PC Game Pass subscription.
Those who are looking for new Xbox titles to check out will be able to play Car Mechanic Simulator, Farming Simulator 19, GoNNER, GoNNER2, Jurassic World Evolution 2, Planet of Lana, and Trailmakers. If you’re looking for completely new games, then Dungeons 4, The Invincible, Roboquest, Stronghold: Definitive Edition, and Space Trash Scavenger are all new on Steam this week. Additionally you can now stream Airport CEO, Q.U.B.E. 10th Anniversary, and Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion.
Onimusha: Warlords will support ultrawide resolution on GeForce NOW
If you don’t already own this game on Steam and are planning to pick it up, you can do so knowing that it’ll support ultrawide resolution if you’re a GeForce NOW Ultimate member. The game can be picked on Steam for $19.99. Although it was briefly on sale following the November 2 launch of the Onimusha anime. The sale is now over however.
That being said, it’s definitely still worth it at the $20 price. Especially if you were just getting into the anime. The cool thing about these anime game adaptions is that you can see what inspired the anime. Onimusha: Warlords was one of the PS2’s more popular titles, having originally released in 2001. Then later released for the Xbox as Genma Onimusha the following year.