This weekend is somehow special as All Saints Day is celebrated on November 1st, a date that also marks Halloween, an American tradition that has spread to the rest of the world.
The era is marked by horror motifs, and video games are no exception. If you’ve already managed to get your hands on a PS5 console, we’ve left you with some game suggestions that can help make the days ahead a little more… interesting.
Actually (almost) all of these games are also available for gamers who still enjoy video play sessions on PS4, so the entire PlayStation community can follow our tips and spend a good few hours exploring fear, terror and the paranormal.
Alan Wake Remastered for PS5
The remastered version of Remedy Games’ beloved title marks the first time a game in the franchise has been available for a PlayStation console. The PS5 version offers new character models, improved textures, superior frame-rates and of course compatibility with the unique features of the DualSense controller.
In this game, writer Alan Wake is grappling with a severe case of blockage and decides to take a vacation with his wife Alice. When it mysteriously disappears, Alan loses a week of memory after a terrible car accident. As if that wasn’t enough, the character is attacked by a mysterious creature during the night, and finds several pages of his manuscript that seem to have come to life.
To navigate the darkness, players will have to resort to a flashlight or other sources of light, handing their defense to various weapons they find along the way. Alan Wake is not a horror and survival game, but rather a huge psychological thriller based on a consistent narrative.
You can find the game on Amazon Spain with a promotional price of €19,98.
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