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Games that take you to Ireland for St Patrick's Day (without leaving the sofa)

Ah, the Emerald Isle. From the hustle and bustle of Dublin, to the majesty of the Antrim Coast, all the way to the beaches of Donegal, the island of Ireland is seeping with ancient Celtic landmarks, rugged landscapes and a rich culture that everyone must experience at least one in their lives.

I’m fortunate enough to be able to call Ireland home but, like many Irish ex-pats, returning to the homeland right now isn’t possible - a fact that especially stings when you consider it’s Saint Patrick’s Day weekend.

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IRetrouk54d ago (Edited 54d ago )

Add Assassins creed in april

NecrumOddBoy54d ago

Land design in The Witness reminds be of the Northern Ireland shores.

LucasRuinedChildhood54d ago (Edited 54d ago )

Never really realised that so few games are based in my country, tbh. haha. I suppose Folklore is the only one that I've actually played.

I'm genuinely surprised that no one has ever tried to get attention by making something controversial like Famine Survival Simulator 1845 ... plenty of room for sequels.

A proper story-based game set in the Great Famine along the lines of a game like A Plague Tale: Innocence could actually be very good though.

roadkillers53d ago

Is there a way to play Folklore on PS5? What a gem

LucasRuinedChildhood53d ago

It's not even on PS Now, so that's a no unfortunately

instantstupor53d ago

Are there many games that would take you to Ireland that you couldn't play from the couch? Must have missed the rush of AR games set within the geo-located bounds of Ireland :-p

ajax1753d ago

this isn't news... why is this categorized as "news"?

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