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Monday, 27 April 2020

Doom Eternal - Video Review


Have you watched our Doom Eternal review yet?



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Friday, 24 April 2020

TOP 10 PS4 Horror Games


10. Until Dawn


Until Dawn plays like a love letter to classic horror movie tropes. It’s an interactive drama, dependent on decision branches and quick-time events, as well as third-person exploration and puzzle-solving. You’ll play as several characters over the duration of the game - a small group of teenagers, who all share responsibility for the sudden disappearance of two of their friends. Even if you’re a lover of action survival horror, you’ve gotta give Until Dawn a shot. The interactive drama mechanics make the story incredibly engrossing, and the plot is genuinely fantastic - all the better thanks to the branching decision system, which means you can play through this game several times and always have a different story. 


9. Call of Cthulhu


Based on the tabletop RPG of the same name, Call of Cthulhu is the game to play to get your hit of cosmic horror. Taking place just after WWI, you play as an army veteran tasked with investigating a mysterious fire that took place on the island of Darkwater. Like Professor Layton’s gothic cousin, this game combines satisfying deduction and puzzles with a truly oppressive, gloomy atmosphere. Fans of Lovecraftian horror cannot miss this game.


8. Vampyr


One of the more nuanced horror titles on this list, Vampyr is a hidden gem that deserves your attention. Putting you in the role of blood transfusion specialist turned vampire, you have to wrestle with your morals and new desire to consume human blood. With a great story, solid gameplay and enough player autonomy to get you truly invested, this is one game that definitely doesn’t suck!


7. Friday the 13th: The Game


The king of slasher movies has become the king of asymmetrical horror multiplayer! You play as either Jason Voorhees himself, or one of a gang of campmates on a mission to outwit the world’s most violent hockey fan as you attempt to escape with your life. With a ton of extra skins, weapons, signature kills and more, this complete edition couldn’t be any more stacked with DLC.


6. Alien Isolation


The original Alien movie was pitched as ‘Jaws in space’, and Alien: Isolation keeps that spirit well and truly alive. You play as the daughter of series lead Ellen Ripley, being chased around by the rarely seen, but always threatening Xenomorph. All you’ll be able to do is run and hide from this unstoppable killing machine, as you won’t be able to take it down with conventional weapons. And with one of the smartest enemy A.I.s in gaming, this is easier said than done.


5. Those Who Remain


Those Who Remain see you play as Edward, who on the surface is a very unsympathetic protagonist. We find him wallowing in self-pity and the guilt of having an affair with a woman named Diane, his desk strewn with whiskey bottles and a gun. After you head to a motel to call it off with Diane, things start to get weird. It’s creepy and haunting without resorting to cheap jump scares and puts you in uncomfortable positions that are more wince-inducing than any monster. The puzzles are satisfying, and we just really enjoyed the whole aesthetic, from the ethereal nature of the world to the twisted ‘50s vibe. If you’re looking for a quick, tasty bite of horror, we can’t recommend this game enough.


4. Dead by Daylight


Dead by Daylight isn’t a traditional horror game like most of the other titles on this list are. It’s a 1v4 multiplayer survival game. One player takes on the role of a killer, trying to kill the other four players or ‘survivors’. Featuring survivors and killers from famous horror franchises like Scream, Saw, Halloween, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and more, it’s an absolute staple for any horror fan to have on their games shelf. 


3. Resident Evil 3


In Resident Evil 2, Mr X kept the creepy factor at 100. Resident Evil 3’s Nemesis is no slouch and will definitely make it hard for you to sleep easy after the first time you encounter this terrifying tyrant. Trailing your every move, this biohazardous behemoth utilises a rocket launcher, flame thrower and numerous grizzly forms to keep you on your toes as you high tail it out of Raccoon City. Alongside more flesh-eating zombies than ever before, this incredible remake hides terror behind every corner.


2. Resident Evil 2


The original Resident Evil 2 was an absolute cult classic, and in the remake, a lot more is being updated in this game than the graphics. This legendary survival horror game has only gotten better. Little bugbears like fixed camera angles and clunky controls are long gone, but they’ve perfectly preserved what made RE2 great. It’s such an extensive recreation that you can understand why they’ve omitted any ‘remastered’ subtitle. 


1. Doom Eternal


The best horror shooter by a country mile, Doom Eternal takes everything that made what came before so good, including the original 90s games, and builds upon it to make for the most refined, and in our opinion best game in the franchise to date. It balances mindless power fantasy with satisfying, rewarding gameplay in a way that no other game does, and we would urge anyone with even a passing interest in FPS games to give it a go. 


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TOP 10 PS4 Remasters


10. Borderlands: The Handsome Collection


Although the first game is curiously absent, there’s a vault load of content in The Handsome Collection. It’s got both Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-sequel and all of their expansions, with souped-up 4K graphics to boot. If you haven’t played a Borderlands game before, you’re in for a treat. This series is well known for comedy, looting, and insane over the top FPS fun - and this remastered collection is going to please fans and newcomers alike.


9. Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy


Yet another timeless platforming series, the classic Crash Bandicoot trilogy has been remastered and released together - and it’s just as silly, loud and zany as ever. There’s plenty of personality packed in with the jumping and spinning. With three crazy games in one, there’s a lot of bang for your buck. Like any good platformer, it’s easy to pick up but hard to master - probably much harder than you remember it.


8. SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated


A complete remake of the original 2003 game, SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated is a welcome return of a beloved franchise, and a worthy remake of the best Spongebob game ever made. THQ Nordic have done a great job in making some of the most vibrant, beautiful levels ever found in a platformer, and there’s enough variety to keep you from ever getting bored.


7. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition


Elder Scrolls Skyrim is, for me, a high contender for game of the decade. This masterpiece of action roleplaying is so well known that it’s meme-worthy, which also comes with the unfortunate side-effect of watering down how truly well made this game is. Special Edition comes with all of the downloadable content, and mods are also now available on PS4 too, which opens up the game even more. Time for my millionth replay. FUS RO DAH!


6. Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning


There’s a strong argument to be made that 2012’s Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is one of the most underrated games of the modern era. Fortunately, it’s been given a second lease on life with Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning. Offering a vibrant, massive open world, charming inhabitants and a nice variety of quests, it’s a wonder why it didn’t spawn a multi-game franchise like it was intended to do. Perhaps the second time’s the charm. 


5. Resident Evil 2


The original Resident Evil 2 was an absolute cult classic, and in the remake, a lot more is being updated in this game than the graphics. This legendary survival horror game has only gotten better. Little bugbears like fixed camera angles and clunky controls are long gone, but they’ve perfectly preserved what made RE2 great. It’s such an extensive recreation that you can understand why they’ve omitted any ‘remastered’ subtitles. 


4. The Last Of Us Remastered


The Last Of Us is one of those timeless games that will never not cut straight to your heart. The unforgettable story of Joel and Ellie in a world ravaged by a zombie apocalypse is told through engaging and strategic survival action gameplay that starves out resources enough to mean that you’re always on edge in any confrontation. The game’s harder modes are especially punishing, but even more rewarding.


3. Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection


The Uncharted series showed the world that Naughty Dog has a lot more going on under the hood than just Crash Bandicoot. This collection is an absolute steal, bringing together the first three instalments in the Nathan Drake quadrilogy. The storytelling, the platforming, the puzzle-solving - it’s all golden. These games are like Hollywood movies in the best ways - truly a treasure worthy of Sir Francis Drake himself. 


2. Resident Evil 3


After the success of the Resident Evil 2 remake, it only made sense to give the same treatment to its more controversial sequel. It lovingly recreates the original experience into a modern, polished product that feels as vital as it did when it first wreaked havoc on consoles in the late 90s. A much more action-packed affair, it might not have the outright spooks of its predecessor, but more than makes up for it with balls-to-the-wall action.


1. Shadow of the Colossus


Shadow of the Colossus is a remake of a 2005 game that even at the time, was ambitious. It’s an action-adventure game, where the only goal is to defeat gargantuan enemies called Colossi. It’s refreshingly minimalistic; you’ve got nothing but a sword, a bow and a horse. The 16 Colossi are the only enemies in a largely empty world. It’s a beautiful modernisation of an absolute classic; a perfect gift for the ‘person who’s played everything’. 



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