In addition to licensed titles, the PS2 has quite a few great games that were a lot of fun to play and have gained a sizable fanbase over the years. One of those games THQ’s Destroy All Humans series.
During the PS2 era and other early 2000s game consoles, there were quite a few licensed titles based on popular movies and shows at the time.
While the earliest form of virtual reality came in the form of the View-Master in the 1930s, it wasn’t until the 2010s with the introduction of the Oculus Rift where VR started to become more popular and more accessible.
If you’ve ever moved houses or apartments then you’ll know that moving isn’t the most enjoyable experience and can sometimes be stressful.
One of the most talked-about games of 2019 was Untitled Goose Game, which is a game where you cause havoc as a goose.
If you grew up with the PlayStation 2, then you may remember games featuring Crash Bandicoot. One game, in particular, is the Crash Team Racing, which was partially in response to Mario Kart on Nintendo’s home consoles.
The Just Cause series is one of those games that can be a lot of fun to play while also frustrated. That’s how I felt playing the latest entry, Just Cause 4.
Spyro has always had a special place in my childhood, they were my favourite games to play on my PS2 back in the day. My favourite Spyro game was hands-down Spyro: Year of the Dragon.
Ever since I got my Xbox 360 back in 2009, I’ve been a big fan of the Forza Motorsport series but with the introduction of the Forza Horizon series in 2012, the Horizon series has become my favourite Forza series.