It’s a long weekend here in South Africa, which means you get another extra 24 hours of gaming time. Well, maybe 20 hours, because you’ll need to sleep eventually. Below is a list of games that you could totally finish this weekend in a few sittings, making the experience so much more satisfying:

God of War III: Remastered

Related: God of War III: Remastered Review

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God of War III might not have the longest campaign, but it is a great title to play through, and will take you around 7 – 10 hours to finish. Playing the game on the hardest difficulty, Titan, will also get you a ton of trophies. I literally got a platinum on the game after one playthrough and a visit into the coliseum.

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

The prequel to the 2013 release, Wolfenstein: The New Order is a lot shorter than the original title, but it does not lack in quality. The game sees you venture into Castle: Wolfenstein, taking down robots with new weapons, and sneaking around to find collectables. The main campaign will last around 7 -10 hours, and is perfect for the long weekend.

The Order: 1886

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The Order: 1886 is still one of the most beautiful games to even hit the PS4. Saying that, the game lacks a lengthy campaign, and has no new game play, but that does not mean that you should not experience it at least once. One playthrough of the Order: 1886 will last around 6 hours, but trust me when I say that those 6 hours are filled with gorgeous visuals, and intense gunfights. Oh, and you can also earn every trophy in one sitting.

Rare Replay

Rare Replay

The Rare Replay collection launched this past week and contains 30 games for under R300. These games range from bite-sized classic arcade games, to Xbox 360 titles like Banjo and Kazooie, and Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise. I have been playing through the collection and I love it (review will be up next week). I especially love the Banjo and Kazooie games, and each one lasts around 7 hours. My plan this weekend is to play through them all and finally see what all the fuss is about.