From Silent Hill 2 to GTA: San Andreas, these are the greatest PlayStation 2 titles ever
The ultimate slice of psychological horror. Part playable David Lynch movie, part clunky shooter about shooting nightmare nurses, the sense of dread it conjures is nearly unbearable.
A mournful, minimalistic classic. The tale of a near mute warrior who attempts to bring back his lost love by killing 16 lumbering leviathans, SOTC creates an extraordinarily deep experience with very few elements.
The best zombie game ever made... despite the fact it features no real zombies. Resi 4 was such a landmark release, it influenced nearly every third-person shooter for the next ten years.
The best, most ambitious GTA on the PS2. San Andreas is a full-on criminal fantasy sim that begins with petty turf wars before reaching the absurd heights of stealing jetpacks from Area 51.
Kojima's stealthy, sexy, oh so silly Cold War sequel is the PS2's best game. Moving Snake's iconic espionage action into a vast jungle proved a masterstroke. Oh, and... Best. Bosses. Ever.
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