So everyone knows that there is few, well a load of potentially awesome games games on the horizon. Unfortunately, like most other things in life, games are their most expensive when they come out and not everyone has £50 notes just sitting around every time a game comes out.
So we’re doing some of you a big favour; we’ve searched out the biggest bang-for-your-buck games that you can find right now for less than £25. If you’ve not played the games below they are among the best the current generation has to offer and you should definitely give them all a try.
The Last Of Us
Maybe one of the best games of both this and the last generation of consoles, The Last Of Us is a game that just has to be played. It is a simple as that really. With a Meta score of 95, basically everyone agrees. I’m not going to spoil anything. If you haven’t played this and you want a game with an amazing story that keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout, just get it.
Metal Gear Solid 5- The Phantom Pain
Now, if you’ve played a Metal Gear Solid game before, chances are you already have this. Anyone who doesn’t have this game is missing out on some seriously entertaining and enthralling espionage, super soldier gameplay. This game is the result of technology finally catching up to the gaming mastermind behind the series Hideo Kojima. A Meta score of 93 just proves that there are basically no wrong steps taken in building this game and it does what it wants to flawlessly. The online part of the game is fresh and just as quality ridden as the main game and is integrated seamlessly, always dragging us back for more. Not that there isn’t enough to do in the massive sandbox already.
Journey: The Collectors Edition
Journey is the best Indie game ever made. If it’s a game at all. Whatever it is, it’s amazing. Journey is an apt name for this game as it’s as much an experience as a game and you will really feel like you’ve been on your own personal journey when you reach your goal. This game is beautiful and emotional – and cheap. Critics agree giving this game a Meta score of 92. However follow the link below and you can buy the Collectors Edition which also contains Flow and Flower, two equally intriguing games. This collection allows you to follow the process made by developer thatgamecompany, from Flow to Flower to Journey, the crowning glory in the collection. TRUST US, you won’t forget playing Journey.
With a great Meta Score of 92, Bloodborne was the right game at the right time. If you want a game that is excellently designed with addictive gameplay and lots and lots to do then look no further. Gameplay is deep, fresh and interesting and yes, we died, lots, many, many times. You just cant help but come back for more though and we always found ourselves just wanting to have one more encounter with something evil looking or find one more item in the awesomely designed levels. This is well worth the money but, yeah, it’s probably not for kids.
The Witcher III
Want to kill a few hundred hours with a high quality game for less than £25? We promise that The Witcher III – The Wild Hunt will keep you very busy for a while. It’s not just the amount of things there is to do in this game, but the fact that everything is polished and seamless and nothing seems forced into this awesome world. Trust us, your evenings, weekends and days will all eventually disappear into this game, so be careful but it’s definitely worth it.