Thanks to the Internet, you get lots of advantages. For example, you can watch dozens of movies at a reasonable price on Netflix or place bets in Ghana regardless of your location. You can also play video games, and these ones are the best.
Just Dance 2019 (2018)
Just Dance is Ubisoft’s rhythm arcade series. You follow the dancer on screen and collect points. You’ll need a motion-controller or a smartphone with a special app.
You can compete against a friend or, alternatively, join forces. Multiplayer is designed for a maximum of four players.
FIFA 20 (2019)
FIFA is usually scolded for not evolving over the years, but there are exceptions. In FIFA 20, for example, Electronic Arts has added backyard football.
Volta Football is characterised by a brisk pace, fast shuffling scenery, and constant intrigue as the match conditions change and the skill tree grows ever denser. The mode doesn’t get boring even after dozens of hours.
EA has also improved the players’ on-field behaviour, physics and the execution of free-kicks. Scoring from set-pieces has become more difficult, but there is more control over the ball and more fun.
Resident Evil 2 (2019)
The Resident Evil 2 remake didn’t sell better than the original because the game’s audience has grown in the last 20 years. Capcom really took a responsible approach to the project. It’s not just good as a remake, you’re looking at one of the best games of the PS4/Xbox One era.
In the story, the characters explore Raccoon City, bitten by the zombie epidemic, and try to escape from it. While there aren’t many locations (police station, sewers, research lab), they are packed with “points of interest”. Zombies move slowly, but are able to play dead or break through windows. You’ll need a lot of ammo for each one.
In the original, fixed viewing angles exacerbated the tension. The remake features the standard third-person view. The tone here is held by the aforementioned zombies, the ubiquitous giant Tyrant and a nervous lack of resources.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (2018)
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was once very surprising in that it came out without a story campaign. For single-player fans, Treyarch and Activision offered only short missions as operatives.
Black Ops 4, on the other hand, has a lot to offer fans of online battles. The shooter is based on the usual competitive multiplayer and a battle royale called Blackout. This is complemented by a zombie mode that travels through different time periods.