Survival horror

The biggest spine-tinglers of gaming's past make a horrifying jump to the modern age. They scared you back then - do you have the courage to face them now?

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Silent Hill 2

The iconic survival horror experience of 2001, originally released for PlayStation 2 and widely lauded as the best entry in its long-running series, has been completely remade for PS5 with chilling visuals and visceral sounds.

  • Guide James Sunderland on a journey to find his wife, who has reappeared in a strange town three years after supposedly dying. As you explore, you’ll encounter many characters with shocking backstories.
  • Enter the dream-like world surroundings of Silent Hill, a place full of sinister secrets and twisted monsters, none of which are as striking and terrifying as the menacing Pyramid Head.
  • Original Silent Hill 2 creature designer Masahiro Ito and acclaimed composer Akira Yamaoka return to guarantee that this remake will feel authentic to longstanding fans.

Silent Hill 2 releases for PS5 in 2024.

Dead Space

Classic sci-fi horror meets the PS5’s cutting-edge technology in this remake of 2007’s hugely atmospheric and deeply unsettling Dead Space. Play as Isaac Clark whose repair mission rapidly becomes a nightmare aboard the stricken USG Ishimura.

  • Play through a seamless experience with no loading screens and no camera cuts as you traverse the infested ship from end to end. Stay on your toes as you never know where the next attack is coming from.
  • Improvise weapons from materials found around the Ishimura, and use Isaac’s engineering tools to dismember the deadly Necromorphs that have overrun the vessel. Remember: cut off their limbs.
  • An expanded narrative deepens the mystery at the heart of Dead Space’s compelling story of ancient artefacts, religious fervour and personal tragedy. 
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Resident Evil 4

Capcom’s legendary survival horror title, first released in 2005, is back in a ground-up remake which delivers familiar thrills and bloody spills in all-new ways. Everything is updated for the current generation, with even the storyline tweaked to keep fans guessing.

  • Travel with Resident Evil favorite Leon S. Kennedy to rural Spain on a mission to rescue the US President’s daughter, Ashley. But don’t expect a warm welcome from villagers infected with the Las Plagas parasite.
  • Buy new weapons and upgrade your arsenal by visiting the mysterious Merchant. You’ll need all the firepower you can carry as your enemies aren’t mindless zombies, but weapons-wielding human foes who’ll happily introduce you to their chainsaws.
  • Compatibility with PS VR2 gives you the option to become even more immersed in the horror. Feel the infected Ganados surround you in intense combat scenarios, and soak in the atmosphere of quieter moments.  
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The Last of Us Part II Remastered

Follow Ellie, now a young woman after her adventures in The Last of Us Part I, and new playable character Abby as their paths cross in the middle of a fungal outbreak that has turned people into fearsome zombie-like creatures.

  • See the story from different perspectives, as Ellie seeks out a group of former Fireflies and Abby looks for a way to escape her own violent world. Each character has their own abilities and skill trees to develop.
  • Sneak around the infected and humans alike using stealth or take them on using modified firearms and hand-crafted melee weapons. Keep an eye on supplies as you can only carry so much in your backpack.
  • Take your combat skills into the new No Return mode, a roguelike experience pitting you against a series of randomized enemies, in locations drawn from the game’s story mode. 
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Enduring icons

Relive some of the most iconic and influential titles from generations past, entirely rebuilt with modern graphics technology.

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Final Fantasy VII Rebirth

The second entry in the Final Fantasy VII remake project follows Cloud and his allies as they leave Midgar in pursuit of the mysterious Sephiroth. Less a remake and more a reimagining of the 1997 JRPG classic, this adventure will surprise even the biggest fan of everything FFVII related, and can be enjoyed by those who’ve not played Final Fantasy VII Remake.

  • Take control of Cloud, Aerith, Tifa, Barret and more in dynamic battles that mix real-time combat with turn-based actions driven by easily navigated menus. Assess enemies to discover weaknesses and pile on the pressure until they’re defeated.
  • Explore an expansive land of beautiful open-world hubs that stretch from lofty mountains to sparkling seas, meeting a range of characters in need, new allies and enemies, and a plethora of minigames that reward you with bonuses.
  • Strengthen bonds with party members by taking on side-quests they’re invested in, and unlock synergy abilities to use in battle, combining your strength to deliver incredible blows or activate tide-turning buffs.

Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater

Discover the origin story of Metal Gear Solid’s famous protagonist Snake in this remake of 2004’s Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. MGS Delta: Snake Eater is powered by Unreal 5 to deliver cutting-edge visuals and immerse the player deeper into its influential stealth-action gameplay.

  • Experience the Cold War atmosphere of 1964 as FOX operative Naked Snake sets out to save a Russian rocket scientist and confront The Boss, his former mentor who has defected to the enemy.
  • Outsmart your foes by using camouflage, stalking them without being seen, and take them down in close-quarter combat. Hunt for food, interrogate enemies, and become one with the jungle around you.
  • Use the environment to your advantage, laying traps for enemies and prey. This is quintessential stealth action, brought fully up to date for modern hardware.

Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater releases for PS5 in 2024.

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Tomb Raider I-III Remastered Starring Lara Croft

One of gaming’s biggest icons returns with her first three adventures lovingly remastered for modern hardware. Discover for the first time where a dynasty began almost 30 years ago or revisit your gaming past with these revitalized classics.

  • This package contains all three of the original Tomb Raider games – from 1996, 1997 and 1998 respectively – plus their relevant expansions.
  • Learn about ancient mysteries and uncover lost treasure as Lara, solving puzzles while keeping your finger on the trigger to fend off foes along the way.
  • Enjoy restored and upgraded graphics or switch to the original titles’ polygon look at any time.
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Shadow of the Colossus

A true PlayStation 2 classic from the makers of The Last Guardian receives a beautiful makeover in this update for newer consoles. Enter a forbidden land in a quest to revive a girl, Mono, by fulfilling the requests of a mysterious entity known as Dormin.

  • Improved visuals, enhanced performance and optional updated controls make this the ideal way for newcomers to experience a timeless adventure set in a landscape where desolation meets disquieting beauty.
  • On the orders of Dormin, seek out 16 colossal creatures and face them in epic one-on-one battles. These beings dwarf you and your horse, Agro, so you will need to scale their enormous bodies and find weak points to strike with your sword.
  • The winner of several industry awards and often featuring near the top of best games of all time lists, Shadow of the Colossus is a singular experience that will stay with you after its credits roll. 
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Family friendly

Share some of your favourite childhood classics with today's youngsters, fully revitalized for modern sensibilities.

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Ratchet & Clank

A remake of the first game in the Ratchet & Clank series, this space-faring 3D platform adventure is ideal for both newcomers to the quirky characters and long-term fans who’ll get a kick out of seeing a favorite title revitalised for today’s generation.

  • Lombax Ratchet and his robotic sidekick Clank set off on a new adventure that takes many cues from the 2002 PS2 release but adds new planets, new Clank gameplay, and voice acting from the 2016 Ratchet & Clank animated movie.
  • Explore multiple paths through levels to discover secrets and side attractions and collect bolts to use as currency to upgrade your weapons and buy new gear.
  • Take on the game’s Challenge Mode once you’ve completed the story, which offers increased difficulty while retaining the weapons you amassed on your prior playthrough.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 

Drop back into the most iconic skateboarding (and sports) games of all time, rebuilt in crisp HD but still featuring all the pro-skaters, levels, tricks and tunes from the original PS1 essentials.

  • These fully rebuilt versions of Pro Skater and Pro Skater 2 are combined in an awesome collection including all original game modes, head-to-head local multiplayer and competitive online options.
  • Tricks are expanded with moves from later Tony Hawk series entries added to these iconic originals, including wall plants, spine transfers and reverts. Switch between tricks in a single sequence to really rack up that combo score.
  • Skate to tracks by Dead Kennedys, Goldfinger, Rage Against the Machine and more, just as we did in the 1990s – and enjoy additional, complementary songs from the likes of Machine Gun Kelly, Reel Big Fish and Less Than Jake.
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Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled

Naughty Dog’s exciting Crash Team Racing kart racer of 1999 is back with eye-popping remastered visuals and an array of additional vehicles and tracks. Mixing 1990s game feel with modern presentation, Nitro-Fueled is the best way to revisit a high-speed classic.

  • Jump behind the wheel for thrilling and chaotic races featuring a wide cast of characters from the Crash Bandicoot series. All the original courses, drivers, power-ups and weapons are here, looking and playing better than ever.
  • Use retro-styled skins to turn Crash, Coco and Dr Neo Cortex into 1999 versions of themselves and powerslide around the circuits using retro-themed karts.
  • Compete against online rivals on global leaderboards or keep the action closer to home with local multiplayer racing supporting up to four players via split screen.
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Spiro: Reignited Trilogy

The iconic PlayStation 3D platforming hero is back and looking better than ever in Reignited Trilogy, a collection featuring the series’ first three adventures, originally released for PS1: 1998’s Spyro the Dragon, 1999’s Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage! and 2000’s Spyro: Year of the Dragon.

  • Explore a huge game world, presented in remastered high-definition glory. Each level is designed to match the originals in terms of size and layout – but you can also expect a few surprises.
  • Sprint, soar, leap and roar your way throughout each area, investigating every corner for collectibles and new foes to face off against. Keep an eye on your sidekick, the dragonfly Sparx, as they’ll indicate the state of your health.
  • Switch between a newly arranged soundtrack and the original tunes from back in the day and choose between modernized controls or the setup of the PS1 releases. 
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Japanese RPGs

Japan has long had a reputation for producing amazing narrative-driven adventure games, many of which laid the foundations for modern titans of the genre. Revisit some influential entries, reimagined for today's hardware.

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Persona 3 Reload

A remake of 2006’s Persona 3, which originally released for the PS2, Persona 3 Reload casts the player as a transfer student whose world is turned upside-down when they discover a secret hour hidden between one day and the next. This Dark Hour is full of mystery and can awaken incredible powers.

  • New visuals, extra content and quality of life enhancements make Persona 3 Reload the best way to enjoy a JRPG classic from Atlus, the studio behind other hits including Persona 5 Royal and Catherine: Full Body.
  • Build your ideal SEES team, select your mission and dive into the action – whether that includes taking on fantastical foes and otherworldly Shadows or forging bonds between characters through gentler side-quest activities.
  • When the full moon rises, brave incredible bosses using all your experience. Defeating these will progress the story, which is expanded from the original game with all-new voiceovers and additional scenes.

Demon's Souls

This remake of 2009’s cult PS3 hit features the same demanding FromSoftware-style combat, the same land of strange characters and unspeakable monsters, and the same deep-lore storytelling – but now Demon’s Souls looks stunning on PS5 and delivers blow-by-blow feedback via the DualSense wireless controller.

  • This is the dangerous world of Boletaria as you’ve never seen it, rendered in 4K graphics and built for fast loading. Immersive 3D audio brings each area to life and makes these locations all the more believable.
  • Hone your combat skills through demanding battles, learning when to push forward and when to fall back. Even the slightest enemy in Demon’s Souls can be your undoing if you underestimate them.
  • Online invasions add unpredictable danger for those who have already ventured through these wild lands. Face off with other players when they enter your game or summon allies to assist you in taking down titanic bosses.
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Like a Dragon: Ishin!

This remake of 2014’s Japan-only Ryū ga Gotoku Ishin transplants the all-action gameplay of Sega’s Yakuza series to the 19th century Bakumatsu phase of the late Edo period, with an open-world feudal domain replacing the familiar streets of modern-day Kamurochō.

  • Use a deep roster of varied weaponry, representative of the 1860s, in visceral combat that lets you switch between four styles: Swordsman, Wild Dancer, Brawler and Gunman.
  • Explore communities plagued by inequality, in a land bracing for the end of the samurai era. Reference the in-game glossary to learn more about the historical accuracy of the people, places and events featured.
  • It wouldn’t be a Yakuza/Like a Dragon title without minigames, so take a moment or two away from the main quest to test yourself in the fighting arena, go fishing, perform karaoke, take part in drinking games or gamble with your hard-earned money. (Infinite Wealth? That’s another game entirely.)
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Star Ocean The Second Story R

Released to mark the 25th anniversary of its PS1-released original, Star Ocean The Second Story R is an impressive remake of a much-loved JRPG boasting a beautiful 2.5D aesthetic where 2D pixel characters move in 3D environments.

  • Guide Claude C. Kenni, a young Federation officer, as he finds himself transported to a mystical planet where he’s believed to be a hero of ancient prophecy.
  • As well as the new visuals, Second Story R includes revised battle mechanics, fast travel, new voice-over options and several quality-of-life improvements.
  • Play along to the game’s soundtrack from 1998 or listen to re-arranged music from original composer Motoi Sakuraba, whose more recent credits include One Piece Odyssey and Tales of Arise.
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