Five Hottest Games for PlayStation Now This June
- 2019-06-12 11:15
While the idea of PlayStation Now, a cloud console enabling you to play its exclusives on PC or Smart TV, evolved to a functioning service in 2015, the selection of games for it is far from definitive. So well know titles join the roster monthly, hitting the news once again.
Here are some of the most noticeable PS games that can be played even without a console at your TV.
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor
Yes, it’s that very hybrid of an RPG and an action game, set in Tolkien’s universe, though not following the narrative of Hobbit or Lord of the Rings. You play an army captain who had once been sacrificed to resurrect the creator of The Rings, but now after the resurrection, he’s on the vengeance path. It’s a 3D open world, with visuals resembling those of Peter Jackson’s movies, and it’s especially sensitive to your streaming speed.
I Am Bread
There is a source of wild fantasy that sometimes inspires the developers. I Am Bread is a story of a slice of bread that wants to be baked and become a toast. But this evolution will require lots of attempts. This game combines elements of arcade and physical puzzle, great at both.
The name as basic as this could conceal almost anything. In fact, it is a car crash test taken to real roads (well, as real as it gets in a game), and you need to try the cars in the cruellest, destructive manner. Smash the cars, cause harm, and don’t feel afraid or ashamed, because it’s your job.
If you’re sometimes reminiscing the way it was back in the early 1990s, here is a horizontal scroller for you, a modern bullet hell action game in that good old 2D and pseudo-8bit music. Levels are really hard to go through, and its old-school flavour is even greater when you’re trying hard like in your childhood.
Yes, this game is exactly what it says on the tin. The surgeon you play is just as professional as you are – that is, probably not at all. The operations to do are funny, the injuries you are to deal with are hard to imagine, and the conditions are far from what we see in hospitals, reminding rather a garage or something. By the way, it’s developed by Bossa Studios, the authors of I Am Bread.
So, What to Choose?
Though none of these games is new, you may feel like playing these titles, if you missed their original versions. You’ll need the console to enjoy the premieres, but discovering an old skipped masterpiece is just as great.