@RSM-HQ: I had no idea Evil Within was hated... I think most people just forget about them. Personally, I like them both for different reasons. The first was wildly unpredictable even though its story was comically underwritten, which made it pretty enjoyable. Reminds me of Resi 4 in the way it just throws all kinds of set pieces at the player (although it's nowhere near as great as RE4). The second game was just a really solid quasi- open world stealth/ action horror game.
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@uninspiredcup: My overall point with the street thing is that it didn't feel like they added much to the original game's structure in the same way the Lisa Trevor and shark stuff added to REmake 1 compared to the original.
@RSM-HQ: This is actually only my first time technically buying it since my dad bought it when I was much younger, but I completely understand your point lol.
@minishcapper:I wouldn't mind that. I think that it would be cool to play a more supernatural themed version. Wasn't it originally a haunted house game with a hook man?
@JohnnyGT1: Some great hidden horror games on Steam
Cry of Fear (100% free to play, no micro transactions, and absolutely amazing)
Lakeview Cabin Collection
Close Your Eyes
IMSCARED (I hate Youtube bait, jump scare BS and this appears to be that on the surface but in reality it's a truly disturbing atmospheric game)
The Devil Came Through Here Trilogy (The Cat Lady, Downfall, Lorelai)
Just to name a few
@gettingonwithgaminglife: It's a different beast entirely. Basically a one on one spectacle fighter with branching upgrades.
@doomnukem3d: Can't really say, I have sadly never played the 3D Ninja Gaiden games (been wanting to though).
@doomnukem3d: As someone who has beaten all 3 Dark Souls, it was, in my opinion, much trickier to nail down because,unlike DAS where you can hide behind a shield for a lot of attacks, Sekiro pretty much demands that you master parrying to make any kind ofprogress.