Christmas is one of the few times in the year when busy adults and their run-down children can slow down the race and spend time together – including family games on the console. Today we have selected 10 games that we think should be included in the PlayStation Plus Christmas offer. Remember, these are just suggestions. We strongly recommend that you write which games you would like to receive as part of Plus.
Supermassive Games, best known to us from the genius Before Dawn, once prepared a flagship production dedicated to the PlayStation 4 Playlink service, d. H. Controlling the game with a smartphone. The detective story looks awesome from the visual side and is a pretty cool example of how to create an interesting multiplayer mode for a single-line game. We strongly recommend.
Overcooked 2: Overcooked
Overcooked is one of the best series for cooperative gameplay for the whole family. The second episode gives us even more characters, dishes to prepare, creatively crafted kitchens, and a cartoon story with onion king in the foreground. If you want to improve your communication and collaboration and have fun, Overcooked is the perfect game for you.
Uncharted: Lost heritage
Sometimes not every family member likes to play, but many of them like watching someone play, and there's probably no more spectacular and friendly family Serial entertainment as Uncharted – not too much brutality, balanced humor and special effects that break the beret at every opportunity. Expect the "backer" players who want to have fun – if you're looking for treasure, your family can help you solve puzzles and learn the secrets of archeology.
Devil May Cry 5
On the other hand, it often happens that the only player in the family wants to go to his den for dinner, outings and games, and to indulge in exciting things there, Addictive and not too long adventure for typical singles. Devil May Cry 5 is a phenomenal game that can thrill and delight your world with a perfectly designed combat system that can end in just a few Christmas evenings.
I honestly admit that I do not know a person who would despise a common game in a fight. It is well known that Tekken or Street Fighters are complex and very complex titles, and Mortal Kombat can be too brutal to show to children. That's why we consider Injustice 2 the best plus choice – a mordoplep with a simplified combat system, spectacular combos and a significantly lighter climate than the flagship NetherRealm Studios series.
Stardew Valley is theoretically a single player game, but thanks to the very quaint formula of fun and the recently introduced multiplayer game, the role of a gardener can literally be played by anyone become old age. Who does not want to spend a family evening in front of the TV to discuss which plants to plant, which villagers to make friends with, or how to develop a particular fragment of our property.
Cooperative shooting is the domain of people who have more experience with video games, and as we know, there are many such couples among us. If you want to spend your evenings fighting zombies together, and also want to get to know a pretty interesting story with a focus on comedy accents, Strange Brigade is the better choice from the creators of Sniper Elite. The unique climate, the good shooting system and the challenging fights with many enemies will keep you entertained for hours.
Nowadays, there is definitely a lack of racing with a local multiplayer mode based on a split screen. Besides games like Crash Team Racing and Team Sonic Racing, which are still too fresh for Plus, the really successful V-Rally 4 offers this entertaining formula. If you've missed the competition in the style of the good old Colin 2.0 or Dirt 3, Kylotonn and BigBen Interactive take you on a nostalgic journey through split-screen rallies.
Life is Strange: Before the Storm
Lately lovers of episodic adventure games have grown, and the success of the series "Life is Strange" only shows that in this genre there is still a lot of potential. Undoubtedly, the story of Chloe's youthful pranks is one of those productions in which both the solo and the whole family are fantastically played and in which decisions are taken that determine the fate of our heroine in her moving vicissitudes.
In the end, we settled on one of the most interesting and family-fun 3D platformers in this generation of consoles. The team responsible for Yooka-Laylee has prepared a great adventure for children and adults of almost any age, thanks to which time will be fun with colorful characters to each family member. And the fun gets even better as the game has a special mode for up to 4 players working on a split screen.