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We present you the best video game recommendations for you to stay home to play
Final Fantasy VII Remake, Resident Evil 3, Call of Duty, Yu-Gi-Oh!
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So you don’t get bored when you have to be at home due to the restrictions that coronavirus, we have the best titles for you no matter what console video game you have or what genre you prefer we review games for all tastes and with which you can spend hours of fun at home, this time we present you with: Final Fantasy VII Remake; Resident Evil 3 Call of Duty: MW2; Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist.
Final Fantasy VII Remake
One of the best games of RPG The entire story is finally available with improved next-gen graphics that will make you feel like you’re in the world of Cloud for real.
There is nothing more to say than the story, it is endearing, the characters charismatic, the main villain, at the level of the most hated but loved at the same time in the entire history of entertainment.
If you have never had the opportunity to get into the RPG This is one of the best options to do it, they are hours of fun that keep you in control.
Perhaps the only bad thing is that those of us who had the opportunity to play the original will miss the turn-based battles, but the adaptation that was made to give it plus action maybe you will conquer new players.
It was certainly worth every year that we wait to be able to have this classic in our hands because if you ignore the details with the control, as it happened with the version of the Play Station one More than 20 years ago, you will love it so do not hesitate to add it to your collection. Is available in PS4.
Resident Evil 3 Remake
It is also a remake of the game that we saw a few days ago and that, like the version of Resident Evil 2 released last year it features an improved graphic look as well as a polished on gameplay.
In that sense, if you played the original, you will remember that sometimes it was difficult to manage the characters until you adapted to the control, something that now you no longer suffer, on the contrary now the only thing we have to worry about is the living dead.
The story is the same so we are facing one of the best survival horror games of all time, with endearing characters that will make you spend hours of fear in front of the control.
One of the novelties is the way multiplayer called Resident Evil Resistance In which a group of players faces another who designs and creates a scenario with enemies that he can even control. If you like to be scared, this title is for you, available at Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered
It is a first person action game that we first saw in 2008 whose story revolves around a geopolitical map where we will venture into Russia, Afghanistan and the east coast of the United States.
As for the graphic section, it is very well polished so it is at the level of the current generation of consoles. The game play is intact from what we can see because the version from 12 years ago became a classic.
The only complaint is that it is too short and that they have not included the section multiplayerSo if you didn’t try the original, this is your chance to do it, but if you already did, perhaps these observations will discourage you. It is available on PC, PS4 and One
Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist Link Evolution
It is a card game in which we can relive all the seasons of the series so far, from the first to the most recent.
There is not much to say about game play as we have to use a deck of cards and collect new ones to pass the levels.
In this way, everyone who likes strategy and this character who became famous a few years ago around the world will be able to spend hours of fun in either single player or online mode and enjoy more than 9 a thousand cards that we can choose, is now available also for Play Station 4.
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