Alien: Isolation

Many players have a strong love/hate relationship with the last game on our list. Alien: Isolation is a methodical, slow-moving sci-fi horror game, whose premise is to focus on a single alien during the climactic adventure, for them, increasing the art makes players feel extremely vulnerable and isolated at all times to new heights.

Set 15 years after the 1979 original movie, Amanda Ripley (Ellen Ripley’s daughter) is told that the flight recorder from the famous Nostromo is located on a remote space station. Amanda decided to look for the recorder in hopes of hearing her mother’s last words before she died. During the nearly 20-hour adventure, Amanda will destroy enemies and robots, but here’s the thing – Alien: Isolation really revolves around an alien that you can’t take down no matter how badly you want to come on.

Those aliens are scary. Sure, you can run and hide from aliens, but rest assured, it will find you. No matter how many times you get swallowed by aliens, you will never really get used to its jaws dropping to you. Add to that a foreshadowing setup that will make Ridley Scott proud, and Alien: Isolation is a great addition to the franchise legend.

The Evil Within 2

The Evil Inside 2 is one of the best open world horror games we’ve ever played. Outperforming the original in every respect, it was one of the surprise hits of 2017. Once again you walk into the shoes of Sebastian Castellanos, a detective who seems to have lost everything. When he learns that his daughter may still be alive, he returns to STEM, the gate to a dream-like world full of surprises and horror.

This time, The Evil Inside 2 dives into Sebastian’s psyche, and the result is one of the most disturbing psychological thrillers around. In STEM, there are also external threats, from grotesque creatures to squirming bosses like a crazy photographer who wants to show you all his creepy creations.

Without damaging anything, The Evil Inside 2 has one of the most surprising revelations in recent memory, which is both scary and sad. Make no mistake, The Evil Inside 2 is not a fun game, but it is very engaging. Rounded out with great gun fights, an emphasis on survival and a gloomy open world filled with secrets and fears, The Evil Inside 2 is worth playing even if you don’t spend time with the game. origin.