Top 10 Best PlayStation 4 Games
Whether you’re a gamer or just looking for some new titles to play, there are a few great PlayStation 4 games that you should check out. These games will take you to new heights, so take a look at this list to find out which titles are the best for you!
Resident Evil 2 remake
Among the most successful Resident, Evil titles are the Resident Evil 2 remake for PS4. In this updated version of the 1998 game, players can play as either Leon or Claire. They are both separated in a horrible accident and need to escape Raccoon City. They must use their skills to survive and fight off the various enemies in the city.
The remake features a third-person over-the-shoulder camera. This makes it easier to move around, but it also divides the fan base. Some players prefer the traditional Resident Evil gameplay.
God of War
Developed by Santa Monica Studio, the God of War PS4 game is an action game that follows the infamous Kratos, who has returned home with his son Atreus to settle his old score with the Olympian gods. Although he’s now a world-weary and bearded man, he still needs to teach his son the art of fighting.
The game has some nice touches, including an over-the-shoulder free camera and an upgraded combat system. It also features devious puzzles and traps. There are also some huge mythical beasts.
The game is also fun to play, with some slashing and hacking, as well as intuitive controls. There are some long stretches of awkward platforming, but overall, the game’s graphics and gameplay are top-notch.
Persona 5 Royal
Despite the fact that Persona 5 Royal is based on the same Persona 5 universe, it has some new features that make it worth playing. The game offers new characters, locations, and gameplay changes. It challenges players to defy conventions and discover the power within.
The story takes place in Japan. It follows a high school student who has a criminal record. He is sent to live with a friend’s family. The characters are able to disable enemies by disabling their weaknesses.
Persona 5 Royal features a new grappling hook mechanic. Players can use it to grab items, money, and monsters. The grappling hook can also be used to enter new locations.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
Developed by Naughty Dog, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is a PlayStation 4 exclusive. It’s the fourth title in the Uncharted series, and it was first announced at Sony’s 2014 E3 press conference.
Uncharted 4 is the latest game from Naughty Dog, the developers behind the popular series. It features similar gameplay to the earlier titles, but the developers have added some new features. Besides the usual third-person action, there are also some multiplayer elements. The game features a variety of environments, including an underwater world, an urban area, and a jungle. There are also a few new features, like harnessing the power of Djinn.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
Whether you’re new to the Metal Gear franchise or are a die-hard fan, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain offers something for everyone. With its stunning visuals and captivating story, the game is a must-have for fans of the series.
In Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, you play as the legendary, but disgruntled war veteran Big Boss. He leads the Diamond Dogs, a mercenary group, into Afghanistan during the Soviet-Afghan War. While there, he leads his troops into a series of missions in order to gather resources.
Developed by SEGA, Yakuza 0 is an action-adventure game that revolves around the 1980s. It tells the tale of Kazuma Kiryu, a young member of the Dojima family, as he tries to regain his honor. He begins his journey by securing debts from Kamurocho’s biggest losers.
Unlike other series, Yakuza 0 is set in the 80s, and it’s packed with plenty of detail. It’s also an action role-playing game, and it features a number of different characters. Players can choose to play as Kazuma Kiryu or Goro Majima, a long-time NPC who wants to rejoin the Yakuza Clan.
Batman: Return to Arkham
Developed by Rocksteady Studios, the Batman: Return to Arkham PS4 game is a compilation of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City. It includes all previously released DLC content and provides the option to play both games. It also has updated graphics and all of the downloadable content. However, it also feels a little bit like a re-run of the Arkham games. This may be disappointing to Batman fans, but it’s not a bad package.
Batman: Return to Arkham contains the entire storyline of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, as well as additional content. However, it’s not worth playing if you already own the originals.