PlayStation Store, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt and Ravenous Devils

PlayStation Store, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt and Ravenous Devils

PlayStation Store, Vampire

PlayStation Store updates this week with a couple of disturbing releases, most notably the vampire free-to-play Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt, with its interesting battle royale-style mechanics, and the original Sweeney Todd Ravenous Devils-style simulation. .

There is a lot of blood also in The House of the Dead: Remake, the re-edition of the famous lightgun-based shooter by SEGA, with its hordes of zombies to be swept away with bullets, while the atmospheres become calmer, but only in appearance, in The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe, the definitive version of the Galactic Cafe adventure.

Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt

Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt, a character prepares to attack White Wolf's iconic vampire-based RPG turns into an exciting free-to-play battle royale with Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt (PS5, free), catapulting us in the middle of a street slow clash between ancient families that takes place in the streets and on the rooftops of a Prague never so dark and disturbing, which we will be able to explore using our spectacular powers.

Characterized by a rhythm that promises to be frenetic, the gameplay of Bloodhunt leverages seven different character classes, each with abilities that translate into a unique approach: it will be up to us to find out which setup best suits our style, allowing us to make the most of its potential.

In short, all the prerequisites point to a fascinating but also particular product, full of tantalizing ideas, which could enjoy the popularity of the reference franchise to build a solid user base between now and the next few months.

Waiting of the review, which will arrive shortly, take a look at our tried-and-true Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt.

Ravenous Devils

Ravenous Devils, the various environments divided in the game interface A completely Italian project, from the development team to the publisher, Ravenous Devils (PS5 and PS4</a>) is inspired by the character by Sweeney Todd to tell us the story of a married couple, Percival and Hildred, who hide a reality of crime and murder behind the facade of their businesses, even using the corpses of their victims as ingredients.

What we will have to manage will be a real management simulation in which we will have to make ends meet for a tailor's shop and a restaurant different from the usual: in the first people are killed, in the second they are chopped and cooked to make the tests disappear and at the same time save on the purchase of raw materials. More details in the Ravenous Devils tried.

The House of the Dead: Remake

The House of the Dead: Remake, a particularly fit zombie raises one of his victims After the Nintendo version Switch, The House of the Dead: Remake (PS4, € 24.99 with 10% discount for PlayStation Plus subscribers) also lands on PlayStation 4, offering nostalgic lightgun shooters a remaster with a nostalgic flavor but at the same time spoiled by a few too many problems, both from the point of view of technical implementation and controls.

In the game we will have to do nothing but cross the locations of a city suddenly invaded by zombies, armed with guns and ready to fire against seemingly endless hordes of undead, with even big bosses to face. The work of graphic remastering, however, turns out to be below expectations, and so the experience ends up feeling the full weight of its years: we talked about it in the review of The House of the Dead: Remake.

The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe

The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe, one of the game scenarios The iconic Galactic Cafe meta-adventure returns with an enriched edition in The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe (PS5 and PS4, € 21.99). The protagonist, Stanley, is a normal employee who suddenly finds himself alone in the offices of the huge company where he works. Where have they all gone? Answering this question will not be easy.

The game is to all intents and purposes a reflection on the medium and its contradictions, a decidedly different experience than usual that could take on the characteristics of a real revelation and which is therefore difficult to catalog. The Ultra Deluxe Edition adds more content to the pack, new choices and a general technical improvement. To find out more, here is the original review of The Stanley Parable.

The Promotion of the Week

It Takes Two, the two protagonists riding a couple of frogs The Promotion is finally back of the Week, which this time starred It Takes Two (review), the extraordinary cooperative-based adventure developed by Hazelight Games and directed by Josef Fares, winner of several and important awards confirming its great qualities.

Thanks to the discount, the game can be yours for only € 15.59 instead of 39.99, for a saving of 61%: a great opportunity to recover this title, which undoubtedly stands as one of the most interesting productions of 2021 and which will become an Amazon Prime Video movie with The Rock as producer.

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