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Best PS4 Games: Over 30 of the best titles on the market

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These are our picks for the best PS4 games that every owner should try and play. As we move into February 2017, we have new additions joining the list. Capcom has brought us back to the world of survival horror with Resident Evil 7, and it's an absolute return to form. Team Ninja has also brought the challenging Nioh for players yearning for another Dark Souls-esque adventure.

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Nioh

1 / 34

Our Score:

8

Nioh

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Team Ninja combines the complexity and challenge of the Souls series with the fluid and exciting combat of Ninja Gaiden to bring its best game in a decade in the form of Nioh.

With an intricate combat system that allows players to exploit myriad weapons and stances, you'll get to take on loads of fiendish monsters as you progress through the world, one demon at a time.

The boss battles may prove overly tricky and the story may not offer the emergent storytelling of From Software's offerings, but this is still a brilliant game and a must-buy for fans of a challenge.

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Capcom is bringing players back to the world of survival horror in style with Resident Evil 7. Players play as Ethan as he looks to take on the wicked and sadistic Baker family in the deep woods of Louisiana.

From an all-new first-person perspective, Resident Evil 7 is a welcome return to form for a beloved series.

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Yakuza 0

3 / 34

Our Score:

9

Yakuza 0

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Yakuza is easily one of the most underrated franchises in PlayStation history, and now, it's finally getting the attention it deserves on PS4. Yakuza 0 is the perfect jumping-off point for newcomers to the franchise, acting as a prequel to all previous games as our heroes are plunged into 1980's Japan.

At the core of Yakuza 0 lies an emotional tale that will grab you by the heart and never let go, taking you through a series of brutal fights and unpredictable storybeats. This is balanced out by the sheer variety of side-activities on offer, many of which are utterly mental in their execution.

You could spend your entire day in the arcade or hit up all the local restaurants sampling dozens of dishes. Fancy a spot of karaoke? Just pop by the local and sing your heart out. Yakuza 0 strikes a perfect balance with its gritty criminal underworld and light-hearted exploration.

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Gravity Rush 2 5
Gravity Rush 2 takes all of the strange charm and unique quirks of the original and amplifies it on a more ambitious canvas. Kat the Gravity Queen is back once again as our happy-go-lucky heroine, leaping about the place as she helps out friends and defeats supernatural enemies.

The larger setting of Gravity Rush 2 allows Kat to put her powers to use like never before, leaping across daunting skyscrapers and bustling market streets, sending all sorts of things flying alongside her.

Possessing a lovable sense of charm and a cast of brilliant characters, Gravity Rush 2 is the perfect way to spruce up your PS4 library in 2017. Just try not to get any vertigo.

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stardew valley

5 / 34

Our Score:

9

Stardew Valley

After taking PC by storm earlier this year, Stardew Valley and its charming mixture of farming, exploration and dungeon crawling is finally on PS4, and it's just as good as we'd hoped.

You're a new citizen in the town of Stardew Valley, starting a fresh new life as a farmer in charge of your own land, crop and animals. Every day you'll wake up and carry out whatever tasks you want, whether it be going on dates, digging up trees or hitting the local bar.

Much like Animal Crossing and Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley is capable of sapping hundreds upon hundreds of hours from you if you get carried away. It's utterly addictive, dripping with bundles of charm that make it difficult not to love. It's also really cheap, sitting at £11.99 on the PlayStation Store.
It only took ten years, several delays and a major name change, but Final Fantasy 15 is finally upon us. The Japanese giant has ridden the hype train for over a decade, and the end result is an ambitious, flawed yet ultimately enjoyable experience.

You play as Noctis, a young prince driving across the country with his friends in preparation for an arranged marriage between two kingdoms. Unfortunately, things quickly go wrong and you're stuck in a bitter struggle, many of which involved would rather see you dead. The story is a bit of a mess, but it's held up by a gorgeous open world utterly packed with things to do.

The world of Eos is absolutely huge, begging to be explored as you discover new towns, outposts and dungeons littered with unique quests and enemies. The gameplay often falls short of modern design expectations, yet remains a fun departure for the traditionally turn-based franchise.

We're still not sure if it was worth the 10 year wait, but it's definitely one of the biggest surprises of 2016.

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Developer: DICE

Electronic Arts has taken the explosive shooter franchise back to the filthy trenches of The Great War with Battlefield 1. In doing so, it has produced what is arguably the best game in the series for decades, boasting a truly emotional solo campaign and bombastic, long-lasting multiplayer.

The single-player campaign is a harrowing retelling of the infamous conflict through the eyes of brave young soldiers fighting in a war they have no place in. Unfortunately, it's over far too soon, a true testament of its quality that it left us begging for more.

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Battlefield 1's multiplayer is equally as fantastic, providing you and millions of other players with vast, explosive battlefields to march, drive and fly across. The blockbuster action of previous titles is here to stay, and it's more pronounced than ever this time around.

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At time of review Battlefield 1 was available for $59.99.

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dishonored 2
Dishonored 2 is easily one of the finest stealth titles of 2016, building upon the 2012 original with new characters, locations and mythical powers. The act of snooping and stabbing remains the same, albeit in a far more ambitious manner.

It never abandons what made the first game so fun, building upon it with some wonderful examples of multi-layered level design. The same characters are here too, far older and wiser than before with further evil plots to overthrow.

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By giving you the option of playing as either Emily Kaldwin or Corvo Attano, Arkane Studios provides us with an arsenal of creative powers to use on our enemies. You could murder every guard in your path of sneak past unnoticed. Whatever it is, it'll be a blast.

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titanfall 2
Titanfall 2 is one of the biggest surprises of 2016. After an underwhelming multiplayer tech test we were prepared for the worst, but Respawn Entertainment has produced a truly wonderful shooter experience in this explosive, mech-filled experience.

Titanfall 2’s campaign is one of the best surprises of the autumn 2016 season; smart, superbly-paced and packed with action, it tramples over the likes of Halo 5 and Killzone: Shadow Fall, making this the new sci-fi shooter to beat.

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Put that together with the multiplayer, which refines what was already great in Titanfall, and you have an essential, all-action FPS which proves Respawn’s greatest work might not be in the past.

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At time of review Titanfall 2 was available for $59.99.

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dragon quest builders

10 / 34

Our Score:

8

Dragon Quest Builders

At first glance, Dragon Quest Builders might appear to be nothing but a lazy, rather simplistic Minecraft clone. However, after sinking several hours into the game, I can say it's easily on of the more charming and engaging titles to emerge on PS4 this year. It's on Vita, too!

You play as the one and only builder in the land, given the objective of rebuilding the broken world before you back to its former glory. It's a taunting goal, and seems impossible at first. Dragon Quest Builders does a wonderful job of easing you into the experience, providing a plentiful list of tools to tackle as you build your perfect village.

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All of this is connected by resource gathering and dungeon crawling to collect all the right ingredients you need for the perfect recipe. I was surprised how in-depth the mechanics went, constantly unveiling new surprises that not only kept me playing, but had me grinning like a childish idiot.

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At time of review Dragon Quest Builders was available for £44.99 / $59.99.
rez infinite 2
Developer: Enhance Games

Rez Infinite is one of the reasons you bought PlayStation VR. It transforms an experience that is already a visual marvel into something truly overwhelming and unique. It doesn't provide you with a new way to play games, but it does revitalize ones you already love into something better than we ever thought possible.

Infinite is probably one of the best-looking VR games available today. Not just on PS4, either; I mean on anything. Its beautiful stylistic visuals and vivid colours will make you feel like you’re inside a graphic equaliser while amazing songs play.

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Rez Infinite is the best game on PlayStation VR right now. It is simply the perfect example of what virtual reality can bring to traditional games that you know and love. To the VR naysayers, hold this game into their face and tell them to shut it. It looks and sounds gorgeous, plays brilliantly and for just £24.99 is an absolute must-buy.
batman arkham vr
Developer: Rocksteady

Be honest, you've always wanted to be the Batman. Stepping into the boots and strapping on the cape of the iconic crime fighter as you glide across the grimey streets of Gotham. Batman Arkham VR does just this, and it's exclusive to PlayStation VR. Developed by Rocksteady, this first-person experience can be completed in about 90 minutes, but provides a great level of superhero immersion that simply can't be found anywhere else.

Taking place in the very same universe created by the beloved Arkham franchise, Arkham VR has you solving puzzles, fighting bad guys and reliving the origin story of our troubled hero. For the first time ever, you can see Bruce Wayne's parents get capped right before your very eyes.

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Arkham VR is simply a must-buy for any Batman fan picking up PSVR. Rocksteady has proven itself time and again as the perfect creator of Batman games, and extending its brilliance into VR with such aplomb should be applauded.



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pes 2017

13 / 34

Our Score:

8

PES 2017

Developer: Konami

Konami has knocked it out of the park once again with PES 2017, producing one of the greatest games of football ever made, complete with improved visuals, mechanics and game modes. If you're after a football sim in 2016, you can't get much better than this.

The impressive Fox Engine makes a welcome return, bringing an incredible sense of realism to the environments your virtual players sprint about in. The tactics they deploy have also been enhanced, making passing, shooting and planning your next strategy far more rewarding than ever before.

Unfortunately, the online issues that plagued PES 2016 are here to stay, making it difficult to enjoy a series of matches with other PES fanatics without coming across irritating moments of lag. Offline, however, PES 2017 is in another league.

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At time of review PES 2017 was available for £39.99.
world of final fantasy
World of Final Fantasy is a sickeningly adorable trip into the nostalgic history of the beloved series. You'll stumble across new and familiar characters as you travel the land of Grimoire in search of cute little monsters known as Mirages.

The battle system is a mix of familar turn-based combat and Pokemon-style creature catching. It's hugely simplistic but works well, acting as a perfect little JRPG for young children and franchise newcomers. That being said, it's also a perfect nostalgia trip for hardcore fans of Final Fantasy.

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The cutesy visuals and oftentimes grating voice acting may turn off some players, but beneath that is an engaging JRPG with more than enough depth for the unfamilar. Just makes sure you get checked for diabetes after you've had a long play session.

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At time of review World of Final Fantasy was available for $59.99.

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bioshock

15 / 34

Our Score:

8

BioShock - The Collection

Developer: Irrational Games / 2K Marin

Compiling three games in one of the most beloved franchises of all time, the BioShock Collection is essential for newcomers and fans of the series alike. With fantastic first-person combat and intricate storytelling brimming with political intrigue, the BioShock franchise is as close as you can get to a modern masterpiece.

If you're yet to experience the iconic opening of the original BioShock or the mind-bending conclusion of Infinite, now's your chance to dive into Irrational Game's plethora of disturbing shooters. You can also play through BioShock 2, an arguably underrated entry that has you playing as the bumbling underwater titans known only as the Big Daddies.

Hardcore fans will also be happy to find out that Developer Commentary has been added to the original BioShock, providing a detailed glimpse into the game's historic creation.

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At time of review Bioshock: The Collection was available for £32.
Ratchet and Clank PS4

16 / 34

Our Score:

8

Ratchet and Clank

The dynamic duo we fell in love with back on the PlayStation 2 are back in all their glory on PS4, and in some ways, they're better than ever. Ratchet and Clank is intended as a complete remake of the original game complete with some unique new additions. Oh, and it's also absolutely gorgeous to look at.

Hardcore fans will immediately recognise the wacky characters, weapons and locations from past games that have been rebuilt and remastered for the modern generation. It's a classic 3D platformer that remains wonderfully nostalgic and surprisingly fresh despite its initial simplicity.

If you're a fan or platformers or in for a good time, this is definitely one to check out.

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At time of review Ratchet and Clank was available for £25.
hitman 1

17 / 34

Our Score:

9

Hitman

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Developer: IO Interactive

IO Interactive has taken Agent 47 to France, Morocco, Thailand, Italy and the United States in his first season of relentlessly creative murder. Our favourite bald assassin will be finishing up in Hokkaido, Japan later this month as his debut outing concludes.

Hitman is easily the best game in the franchise, providing a selection of wonderfully unique global playgrounds for you to wreak havoc upon. The sheer amount of oppurtunities available to Agent 47 are almost staggering, and have only grown crazier with each new episode.

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With a such a fantastic first season we can't wait to see what IO Interactive has planned for future installments, and where on earth Agent 47 will end up next.

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At time of review Hitman was available for £49.99.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Developer: CD Projekt Red

The Witcher 3 has become the ultimate RPG – the one by which all others should be judged. For one, this is the largest, and most convincing open world we’ve ever seen. But also, you’re looking at a game with a storyline, quests and game systems that makes that world an incredibly compelling place to exist in.
 
This is the GTA 5 of sword and sorcery, so be prepared to sink a lot of hours into this game.
 
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At time of review The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was available for £34.99.

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Developer: Naughty Dog

Some say that the day of the big-budget, linear, narrative-lead blockbuster is over, but Naughty Dog doesn’t seem to have had the memo.

This is a huge action game crammed with dazzling spectacle and awesome set-pieces, yet one that treats its characters and their history with respect. Thrilling, moving, exhilarating and ambitious, A Thief’s End is a storming climax to the Nathan Drake saga. If it’s the last of its breed, it’s one of the best

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At time of review the Uncharted 4 was available for £42.

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20 / 34

Our Score:

9

Overwatch

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Over-flowing with personality and charm, Overwatch is an incredible first person shooter and an incredibly well-balanced experience.

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With an excellent roster of characters at launch, and more to come (for free, we might add) over the coming weeks and months, Blizzard's first new IP in nearly 20 years is only going to get bigger and better over the course of 2016.

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At time of review Overwatch was available for £49.99.

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Bloodborne
Developer: FromSoftware

If you’ve got the patience and the willingness to work out Bloodborne’s rhythms, this game defines what it is to be a hardcore gamer. Bloodborne won’t go easy on you, and at times it won’t be fun, but there are very few games where success feels so very satisfying.
 
By asking so much of its gamers, Bloodborne’s journey seems much more vital, more memorable and even more heart-poundingly intense.
 
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At time of review Bloodborne was available for £34.99.

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22 / 34

Our Score:

8

Doom

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Bethesda has delivered the long-awaited Doom sequel fans have been waiting for since the 90s.

Fast-paced and beautifully brutal combat makes this one of the most fun first-person shooters available today.

There's a deep and engrossing story in here for those who want it, but if your main interest is shooting demons in the face, then it certainly won't get in the way of you doing just that. Doom is the sequel you've been waiting for, and belongs on your hard drive.

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At time of review Doom was available for £42.99.

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The Witness
Developer: Jonathan Blow

We didn't think it possible, but Jonathan Blow’s new puzzle game is even bigger and cleverer than Braid. The Witness is weirdly, hideously, obsessively absorbing and features puzzles that will have you scribbling furiously in notepads, taking screengrabs and sometimes just leave you scratching your head.

Everything has been formed with a ridiculous degree of precision and artistry, which builds up to create a world that is absorbing and beautiful – even if it's not photorealistic.

This artsy, cerebral puzzler is the kind of game obsessions are made of.

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At time of review The Witness was available for £54.99.

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GTA 5

24 / 34

Our Score:

10

GTA 5

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Developer: Rockstar Games

Rockstar Games waited a substantial amount of time before revamping GTA 5 in full 1080p HD, but we're very glad it did. It's not often we award games the coveted 10/10 Editor's Choice award, but GTA 5 on the PS4 and Xbox One (and PC too in January 2015) deserves it.

It introduces enhanced visuals, making the game look even better than it did on the PS3. Plus you get extra additions such as an optional first-person view, new side quests and all the previously released DLC.

Of course, the story is still the same twisted, sick masterpiece it always was, but in high definition it definitely looks and feels much better than the original.

If you dabbled in GTA Online on the PS3, you'll be able to transfer your content over to the PS4 version, too.

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At time of review the GTA 5 was available for £34.99.

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DS3-2
Developer: From Software

Journey to the world of Lothric and enter the harsh and brutal world of Dark Souls once again with this third entry. While it may not quite reach the heights of its predecessors, it's still undoubtedly one of the best video games on the market, and acts as a somewhat compilation album of the Souls series.

Players will meet familiar foes and some terrifying old faces along the way as well as some devastating new enemies. Lothric is a beautifully-realised world and will mystify and unnverve in equal measure.

Related: Dark Souls 3 Character Class Guide

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At time of review Dark Souls 3 was available for £49.99.

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Fallout 4

26 / 34

Our Score:

8

Fallout 4

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Developer: Bethesda

We’ve been waiting so long for Fallout 4 it feels like an apocalypse could have been and gone by now.
 
But thankfully, it was worth the wait.
 
Fallout 4 might not be the best game of the year, but it introduces you to a strange, beautiful and rich world full of stories to unravel.
 
There’s plenty to do in the Wasteland, including base building, crafting and plenty of customisation ­and companions.
 
If there’s a game that’s going to keep you busy over the winter period, it’s got to be Fallout 4.
 
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At time of review Fallout 4 was available for £39.99.

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Life is Strange

27 / 34

Our Score:

10

Life is Strange

Developer: Dontnod
 

We’ll admit that we were a little sceptical when we played the first chapter of Life is Strange, but by the time we’d reached the closing, tense and emotional climaxes, we were in awe of Dontnod Entertainment’s episodic wonder.
 
Life is Strange tells the tale of Max, a photography student who discovers that she has the rather unique ability to rewind time.
 
It’s up to you how you use Max’s power, but with a storm incoming and a cast of characters that need her help, you’ve got some big decisions to make.
 
The story weaves around the events that happen between Max and her childhood friend Chloe, backed by one of the best game soundtracks I’ve ever heard for all the feels.
 
Life is Strange is a gaming feat that every gamer worth their salt should play – and will remember forever.
 
Plus, there’s now a Collector’s Edition that contains a boxed copy of the game, the soundtrack and an art book for just £24.99.

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At time of review the Life is Strange was available for £29.99
street fighter 5

28 / 34

Our Score:

9

Street Fighter 5

Despite its rocky and arguably incomplete launch earlier this year, Street Fighter 5 has slowly evolved into one of the best fighters of 2016, and it can only be found on PS4 and PC. Now with a slew of new characters, modes and lore to dig into, Street Fighter 5 is essential for fans of the franchise and fighting lovers alike.

With endless depth and a robust range of varied and challenging characters, Street Fighter 5 offers plenty of content for veteran fans, with a flourishing competitive online scene that you won't find anywhere else. The base mechanics have also received some interesting balance changes since release, so there's no better time to jump in.

Capcom has promised that new characters and story content are due in the coming months as free updates, or will otherwise be available via the in-game store.

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At time of review Street Fighter 5 was available for £39.99.
Everybody's Gone to the Rapture
Developer: The Chinese Room

You might class Everybody's Gone to the Rapture as an experience rather than a game, as it puts you the player in the backseat.

In this British apocalypse, everyone from the quiet town of Yaughton has disappeared. And they've not made a big deal about it. Pints have been left half drunk, radios left blaring and front doors left open.

This is a very unique take on the apocalypse and one that will leave you following glowing orbs of light around the Shropshire town as you work out what's happened to its inhabitants.

And frankly, the less you know about Everybody's Gone to the Rapture the better. This is a game that thrives on naivety in terms of plot. Just get inside the game and look for the light.

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At time of review Everybody's Gone to the Rapture was available for £20.99.

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Firewatch

30 / 34

Our Score:

8

Firewatch

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Developer: Campo Santo

Set in several square miles of beautifully rendered Wyoming wilderness, Firewatch is the latest in a breed sometimes derided as 'walking simulators'. And, yes, done badly this style of story driven game can equate to little more than that. But Firewatch is a great example of a genre that's relaxing, thoughtful and entrancing.

Part first-person-wilderness adventure game, part interactive drama and psychological thriller, it's a character study where you get to define the character. You play as Henry, a volunteer fire warden whose only contact with the outside world is a handheld two-way radio. The story that unfolds is often bleak, warm, funny, chilling, nerve-wracking, exciting and melancholic, sometimes within a single hour, but it's well worth the effort.

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At time of review Firewatch was available for £14.99.

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Metal Gear Solid 5
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Some say that this will be Hideo Kojima’s last game, and if it is, he certainly went down kicking and screaming.

Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain is a work of art. It’s set in a believable open world full of complex, interlocking systems and boasts visuals that are at the very peak of the games currently available on PS4.

Missions are more open than ever, with the ability to tackle each one in your own way. But watch out, if you keep doing the same thing, the game will react to your strategies. Like taking out guards with a headshot? They’re going to start wearing helmets. Tend to attack under the cover of darkness? They’re going to up their nighttime patrols. And so on, and so forth.

Consider yourself warned.

The Phantom Pain manages to pull together all the best bits of previous Metal Gear Solid games, while retaining the tension, drama and the usual Kojima oddities for what we’re calling the ultimate Metal Gear game.

Related: PS4 backwards compatibility explained

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At time of review Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain was available for £34.99.

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Tearaway Unfolded 27
Developer: Media Molecule

Dive back into the papery world of Tearaway with Tearaway Unfolded, the PS4 remake of the excellent PS Vita game.

It's not just a straight port with Unfolded either, you're looking at a longer and more immersive storyline with some excellent gameplay elements.

Like its predecessor, Tearaway Unfolded is a celebration of its medium, highlighting the unique features of the DualShock 4 and the PS4 itself.

This game is a papercraft masterpiece that will have you giggling equally as much as you sit back impressed by the genius that is Media Molecule's game design.

Related: PS4 vs PS3

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At time of review Tearaway Unfolded was available for £15.99.

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lego dimensions 2
Developer: Telltale Games

It doesn't matter if you think the toys-to-life genre is just for kids, because Lego Dimensions is a whole other ball park.

If you can imagine a game that manages to perfectly blend the toys-to-life concept with real-world Lego block building, then you've captured the essence of Dimensions.

The storyline takes you on a whirlwind journey across multiple universes such as Portal, Lord of the Rings, Marvel comics and more, with the base pack giving you tonnes of gameplay time for its £70 investment.

Just be prepared to become totally addicted and spend lots of money on all the add-on packs. You've been warned.

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At time of review Lego Dimensions was available for £89.99.

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Rainbow 6: Siege
Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
 
If you’re a fan of the original Rainbow Six games, you need Rainbow Six Siege. It’s as simple as that.
 
Anyone new to the franchise should know that this is an FPS with a bit of a difference. It’s distinctive in that you need to be cautious, careful and keep a tactical head on you.
 
It’s 5v5 PVP modes are so tense and well-built that it’s exhilarating, even if you’re the first to be taken out in a match.
 
Play as a team, or lose in Siege, as the solo gunsman will come to a timely demise.
 
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At time of review Rainbow 6: Siege was available for £39.99.

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