Yandere Simulator is a free video game for PC users. Red Light Center is a graphically low, strictly adult virtual world game. It allows you to make an avatar and either sell “certain” activities or participate in “certain” activities. You can also explore different places and meet people just to chat but for the most part it is strictly geared toward adults. You do happen to have the opportunity to earn money in a couple ways like getting a job or selling services. It isn’t a terrible game if you are into “certain things”. However, the ps3 reason it is number four in my list is because of the play and graphics. I went to school for my bachelors in game art and design and saw better graphics made by newly taught people than I did with this game. There is a lot of learning that you have to do in order to even get around this game or own an apartment which makes things very difficult. So, in other words, if I was asked to recommend this game, I could not. That is just my opinion, you are more than welcome to try it out for yourself and maybe you may think differently.
I’m lucky enough to have one with backwards compatibility. I love my old games and I’m happy to still be able to play them. Arkane made a cult favourite in Arx Fatalis, released years ago. A while later they came out with another game that caught my attention: Dark Messiah of Might and Magic This game contained several references to that earlier title. It also contained references to Thief. While technically flawed, the game was heaps of fun to play, with the combat being rather impressive, and one of the game’s selling points, being able to use the environment to dispatch hordes of enemies. Lone Survivor is a psychological survival adventure game which has taken elements from classic adventure games and the best elements of the survival horror genre to create something you haven’t seen before. You can expect scares, scarcity of ammo and exploration of surreal and atmospheric environments to be a big part of the game, but there’s also an element of psychological horror and choice that often isn’t explored in modern survival horror titles.