Taking PS4 Games to a Whole New Level

ps4_game_reviews-49As we hurtle towards the Christmas period, you are going to be wondering about which PS4 games will be on your list for Santa this year. Well, there is certainly been lots of games that have been released this year, and it is not over yet. We have played, loved, reviewed and even hated lots of games this year. However, to make your lives quite easier, here are the ps4 game reviews; a complete list of all the PS4 games that tells you which ones is unmissable. These games will certainly take your exploration to a whole new level.

GTA 5

Developer: Rockstar Games

Rockstar Games has waited for a substantial amount of time before revamping the GTA 5 in full 1080p HD. Nevertheless, we are very glad that it did. It is not often that we award games the coveted 10 over 10 Editor’s Choice award, but the GTA 5 on PS4 and Xbox One certainly deserves it.

The game introduces enhanced visuals which make it look even better than it previously did on PS3. Furthermore, you get extra additions like new side quests, an optional first-person views and all the DLC that had been previously released.

Of course, the game’s story still remains the same twisted, sick masterpiece that it always was. However, it is in high definition definitely feels and looks much better as compared to the original.

Need for Speed

ps4_game_reviews-53NFS returns to its usual urban car culture roots with a very well designed, gorgeous-looking game that offers 5 different racing styles for you to tackle in addition to a bevy of very interesting cars for you to modify and also make your own. Its story bears a lot of fun and it is also set in a very impressive large environment that’s very enjoyable for you to drive around. This is a great arcade racer which is both addictive and challenging.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Developer: The Kojima Productions

Some people believe that this shall be the Hideo Kojima’s last Play Station game, and if it is, he definitely went down screaming and kicking.

The Phantom Pain is a great work of art. It is set in a very believable open world which is full of complex as well as interlocking systems and also boasts visuals which are at the very peak of games which are currently available on the PS4.

Missions in this game are more open than ever before with the ability of tackling each one in your very own way. However, watch out because if you keep on doing the same thing, the game shall react to your own strategies. Like taking the guards out with a headshot? They are going to begin wearing helmets. Tending to attack under cover of darkness? They are going to up the nighttime patrols.
The Phantom Pain has managed to pull together the best bits of the previous Metal Gear games, while also retaining the drama, tension as well as the usual Kojima oddities.

The Witcher III: Wild Hunt

Developer: The CD Projekt Red

The Witcher III has become the ultimate RPG – one by which all the others ought to be judged. For one, it is the largest and also the most convincing open world that we have ever seen. More so, it is a game with quests, game systems and a storyline which makes that world to be an incredibly compelling place for one to exist in.

This is the GTA 5 of sorcery and sword, so you should be well-prepared to sink lots of hours into the game.

Batman: Arkham Knight

Developer: The Rocksteady Studios

Rocksteady Studios has left Batman Arkham series on a very high note and the Arkham Knight represents an epic game which is heavy on its detailing. This is among the best games that are available on PS4 at the moment. Arkham Knight is a very thrilling, powerful and also ambitious game to play. It leaves all the other open-world superhero PS4 games in the dust to turn out to be one of the games that shall go down as classic games.

Bloodborne

Developer: FromSoftware

If you have got the patience and as well as the willingness to work out the Bloodborne’s rhythms, this PS4 game defines what it means to be a hardcore gamer. Bloodborne will not go quite easy on you and even at times it will not be fun. However, there are few games where success feels very satisfying.

By asking much of its gamers, the Bloodborne’s journey seems to be much more memorable, more heart-poundingly intense and even more vital.