Though it follows the same story as the original, this is far more than a remake or a remaster. Ratchet on PS4 is completely rebuilt from the ground up, pulling in some of the most successful elements of the series' later installments, while simultaneously bringing in some great new and refreshing ideas. Said distractions are incredibly accomplished, too - side quests, mini-games, hunting, and gathering are all deeply considered parts of Red Dead 2 in their own right.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is nothing short of a masterpiece.
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Joel and Ellie begin as two strangers - one of them, a grieving father and the other an orphaned teenage girl - and navigate a nightmarish, creature infested landscape by crafting survival tools, scavenging for weapons, and traversing the crumbling remnants of a once normal society. With only each other to rely on, their bond strengthens as it tested by not only the deformed, screaming monsters that roam the land, but also the last remaining humans scattered about, some of which turned to vile, sinister acts after the downfall of normalcy.
The Last of Us: Remastered tells a tale that is just as engaging to unravel as it is to actually play, thanks to a series of highly polished combat and survival systems and a gorgeously bleak world to explore. The same holds true of its PlayStation 4 "Remastered" sibling. Epic has done a tremendous job keeping its blockbuster hit Fortnite: Battle Royale fascinating, engaging, and just fun to play.
From Avengers tie-ins to in-game items appearing in the real world to in-game Marshmello concerts, Fortnite has become one of the biggest cultural touchstones of this moment in entertainment, while also handily remaining so fun to play. Even if you, like me, often hide for as much of the match as you can. As its name suggests, Fortnite Battle Royale fits so neatly into the battle royale genre that blew up last year that the basic description sounds as standard as you can get: Up to players are dropped onto a large but constantly shrinking map with the goal of gathering weapons and gear to become the last person or team left standing.
Seriously, is there any other game where you can play the stock market AND trip balls on peyote so hard you turn into a deer? The cars handle less like their tires are made of butter and stick better to the road, though their exaggerated handling still leaves plenty of room for spectacular wipeouts.
And at long last, Rockstar has finally slain one of its most persistent demons, mission checkpointing, ensuring that you never have to do a long, tedious drive six times when you repeatedly fail a mission ever again. A surprisingly assured set of multiplayer modes ices the cake. The next, dive kicking a thug from a mile in the air, chaining combos between his criminal cohorts, webbing them to walls, and leaping back towards the rooftops without ever touching the ground.
I was left delighted at nearly every step of its hour adventure thanks to a surprisingly deep tale that mines the plights of both Spider-Man and Peter Parker to great emotional success. Underpinning that engrossing narrative is an excellent set of webswinging mechanics, which -- combined with fun gadgets and plenty of puns -- makes for thrilling action in both the massive setpieces and in the quiet, confined corridors of tense sequences. On top of rock-solid movement and a huge, sometimes literal, sandbox to explore, The Phantom Pain gives players a huge arsenal of weapons, vehicles, gadgets, and AI companions to approach missions creatively.
There were way too many guards still looking for me, and with sunrise coming shortly, I had almost no chance of making it out to the nearest safe landing zone with an injured prisoner on my shoulders. So I took a deep breath, detonated all three at once, called in a chopper, and watched it all unfold. After a short while, my ride swooped in, blasting an APC to bits with a ferocious rocket barrage, and cutting infantry down with heavy machine gun fire as I scrambled from my hiding place to the main courtyard, prisoner in tow. I hopped in with my precious cargo, and then jumped on the side-mounted minigun to keep the newly arrived reinforcements at bay as my chopper smoked and sputtered its way out of the hotzone.
My mission was simply to get that prisoner out alive. Blades of grass sway in the wind beneath blooming sunrises. Woodland creatures skirt across mossy hills and babbling brooks. Towering cities formed from the ashes of a once prosperous society loom in the distance. And most importantly, giant, awe-inspiring mechanical dinosaurs outfitted with terrifying weaponry roam the land, roaring, gnashing, and trampling their prey. When iconic PlayStation developer Guerrilla Games revealed they were pivoting away from the Killzone franchise to make an open world robot dinosaur hunting game starring a warrior redhead who was outfitted like a pot brownie dealer at Burning Man, the world was cautiously optimistic.
The end result, however, is a vast, wondrous, and unique open world action game with just the right amount of RPG elements that come together to create a brilliant first entry into what players hope will become a legendary franchise for years to come. Taking down a gigantic boss with an active strategy of well placed melee strikes and projecticles is one of the most thrilling experiences on PlayStation 4, and looting the shrapnel of a downed robot for much needed upgrade parts afterwards is equally satisfying.
Horizon takes some of the best elements of existing open world games and weaves them together to make something wholly original and new. Horizon Zero Dawn is one of those games, and it carves out a unique identity within the popular action-roleplaying genre. Persona 5 does a great job of balancing the two facets of its gameplay, letting players really dive into the social connections in the real world and allowing those to influence the dungeon exploration and turn-based action of the massive and varied palaces. Coupled with a continually engaging combat system, a soundtrack full of earworms, and a twisty, wild story, and Persona 5 delivers one of the deepest JRPGs of the generation.
Persona 5 is the culmination of everything the JRPG series has been building to, with familiar elements dialed up to 11 and some welcome new surprises added into the mix. That a world this size still feels so purposeful, and full of things to do is quite an achievement. But a voice in your head will begin to ring and linger, calling you back, urging you to return, push forward, and conquer. Bloodborne is a horrible, vile world where every reward brings risks and fear is palpable.
Death is frequent. Frustration is certain. But ultimately, victory is possible, and when achieved, becomes one of the greatest feelings in the world. Mega Lo Mania. Micro Machines. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Paperboy 2. Pete Sampras Tennis. Rings of Power. Road Rash 2. Rocket Knight Adventures. Shinobi 3. Sonic the Hedgehog. Sonic the Hedgehog 2. Sonic the hedgehog 3. Speedball 2. Streets of Rage. Streets of Rage 2. Streets of Rage 3. Super Hang On. Super Thunder Blade. Tail Spin. Talmit's Adventure. The Immortal. The Incredible Hulk. The Jungle Book. The Legend of Galahad.
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Alongside these improved and added systems, there's an elaborate single-player storyline spanning the entire MK saga including revisiting classic versions of the cast , a robust online mode and tons of daily ladders and challenges to keep you playing each day.
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And with lots of special characters likely to be added with DLC over the next year, there's plenty of reason to test your might in Ghost Giant has all the charm and colourful sense of character you'd expect from a Zoink Games production. Swedish studio Zoink Games is fast becoming one of the most exciting developers on the indie scene.
When it's not making intuitive platformers chock full of irreverent humour Flipping Death, Stick it to the Man it's building ethereal worlds full of secrets and interactive storytelling Fe. Its latest project continues that unpredictable creative trend with Ghost Giant, a VR-focused affair all about a little boy and his friendship with a - you guessed it - ghost giant. As the titular big fella, Ghost Giant enables you to interact with its world almost like a series of dioramas.
You can open up houses in full 3D, look inside to see what its occupants are up to and solve puzzles therein. As the invisible friend to a well-meaning but easily victimised little boy, Louis, you'll soon form a bond with your tiny pal as help affect the world around him. It's not just the visuals that have been upgraded for the remaster. Some key systems, such as crafting, have been overhauled. It's been six and a half years since Ubisoft attempted to move the Assassin's Creed series beyond franchise star Ezio, and while the series has gone onto bigger and better things - including the open-ocean piracy of Black Flag only a year later - ACIII remains a bold if flawed entry.
This new version upgrades the visuals with a new lighting model that gives the fledgling United States an even more captivating look than the originals, while a handful of quality of life improvements such as enabling access to certain weapons via crafting helps elevate this remaster above the previous iterations.
It might seem a little creaky compared to Assassin's Creed Odyssey , but it's still got plenty to offer. Most survival games pit you against zombies or monsters, but not Left Alive.
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This game forces you to fight off mechs, of all things. There are three characters to choose from, each with their own branching storylines, so there's plenty of narrative to make your way through and with a mixture of stealth and third-person gunfights, you'll get a healthy mix of action when you're battling armoured troops and even angrier mechs. Kills are all about well-timed executions, channeling that classic Souls trope of earning every victory. Following the excellent Bloodborne and the equally thrilling Dark Souls III was always going to be a challenge, but Japanese developer - much like its hardcore fanbase - rarely backs down from a challenge.
The result is Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, a confident step forward for the studio that blends some of the elements its made a name for itself with, while adding in new mechanics and ideas that take those familiar ingredients in a welcome new direction. Rather than building a character like a traditional action-RPG, Sekiro eschews these levelling systems in favour of a greater focus on combat and exploration.
Battles are now all about wearing your opponent down before striking a killing blow, making it more akin to the combat system of For Honor than Dark Souls. There's the option to stealth entire areas and a grappling hook on your prosthetic arm enables you to scale buildings in seconds. Expect plenty of questionable outfits for both the male and the female fighters on DOA6's roster. With the current console generation now approaching its twilight years, fighting game fans are spoilt for choice when it comes to both 2D and 3D fighters.
The Dead or Alive series has been around for a long time, and while it spends a little too much time kitting out its female and male, but mostly female roster in revealing outfits, the fighting model itself is solid. Dead or Alive 6 doesn't stray too far from this formula, but adds in just enough new modes to keep things fresh.
There's a decent story mode to sink your teeth into, and while it's nothing on the likes of Injustice 2, it does help give each major character a little time in the limelight. There's also a whole host of training modes, which are incredibly helpful to newer players hoping to refine their skills before heading online.
Gameplay-wise, the biggest change is the focus on escape moves that help break combos and stop one-sided affairs which makes a huge difference when playing online. Just watch out for the expensive DLC and season passes. The Division 2 takes this same formula, moves the action from Manhattan to Washington DC and makes enough important changes to elevate this well above the first game. Loot is now far more numerous, and missions offer a little more variety to their structure and storytelling. You're still fighting gangs of marauders, murderers and thieves, but with a brand new location that offers far more diverse environments, The Division 2 plays like a step in the right direction for the series.
Co-op is a big focus, with support items - such as drones that heal teammates and portal gun turrets you can manual assign targets - helping transform you into a crack unit of agents. It's been a while since we last saw the Devil May Cry series dust off its pistols and try for that coveted S Rank. In , the series had something of a reboot with DmC: Devil May Cry with demon-slaying hero Dante getting a makeover and a foul mouth for his troubles. Devil May Cry 5 sees development duties brought back in house to Capcom, with veteran director Hideaki Itsuno returning to the franchise and DmC seemingly now existing as an experimental spin-off than a full entry in the series.
But Capcom hasn't waited on its laurels in the intervening years, and DMC5 looks set to be the most exciting entry in years. For a start, it looks incredible. Itsuno and his team have aimed for a hyper realistic aesthetic, even going as far as to have fabrics scanned in order to recreate every texture in the world. Considering how well Resident Evil has been revived in recent years, we have high hopes for DMC's future. Trials Rising will feature plenty of post-launch content in the form of new tracks and customisation items. It's been almost five years since the last time Trials crashed its way into our hearts, and developer RedLynx has spent that time making one of the best entries in the series yet.
While it's no grand reinvention of the classic formula, Trials Rising ticks the right boxes in almost every area. There are countless tracks to compete on, which gradually increase in difficulty and complexity, as well as a ton of customisation options as you level up and earn loot crates.
You can compete online with other like-minded players, compete in skill and trick-based tournaments and even create your party games locally. The Track Editor also returns, enabling you to build your very own courses - however crazy your ideas might be - then share them online for players across multiple platforms to enjoy. Anthem's all about playing online and playing together, so it's not for single-player enthusiasts. With the next Dragon Age deep in development and Mass Effect taking a step back after the commercial and critical failure of Andromeda, developer Bioware is taking its experience with building rich RPG worlds and applying it to the world of MMO online shooters.
With a rich world to explore with unique weather cycles that terraform the topography periodically , tons of loot to collect, and all the customisation you could want for your javelin, Anthem is set to be one of 's most important releases. The flying mechanic alone are worth the price of admission. It's only been a year since Far Cry 5 gave us a grand open-world in the form of Hope County's bombastic playground, but the series is back once more with a sequel set 17 after one of that game's post-apocalyptic endings.
The land has now been reclaimed nature, and with a small community to protect you'll be going up against a gang of neon-loving marauders known as The Highwaymen. Don't expect any grand changes to the formula with Far Cry New Dawn, but do expect a slightly smaller map and a streamlined approach to crafting and combat.
You'll still fight to control Outposts, but you can now salvage them, lose them to your enemies then reclaim the for more resources. New Expeditions missions offer trips outside Hope County, while the option to craft new makeshift weapons plays perfectly into its Mad Max-esque aesthetic.
The third title in the Metro series of video games, Exodus sees you leave the city of Moscow to travel across post-apocalyptic Russia. The Metro series of games returns with a brand new, far more expansive third title in Exodus , which sees the player break free of the claustrophobic confines of ruined Moscow and its labyrinthine metro system and venture out into the wilds of post-apocalyptic Russia.
This broadening of its scope, though, hasn't changed what made the first two Metro game FPS delights, with the immersive survival and RPG aspects like maintaining and customizing your weapons and gear, as well as undertaking realistic actions like wiping condensation and detritus from your gas mask's viewing window and changing its filter, still very much in residence. These small, atmosphere-building details when combined with a bombastic combat system where gunplay feels natural and very deadly make every mission or exploration genuinely engaging, while the fact that the game comes loaded with multiple different endings means that the player genuinely gets the finale they deserve.
The first properly good FPS of , Metro Exodus is without doubt one of the best PS4 games you can currently play on Sony's generation-winning console hardware. It's taken so long to arrive we were half expecting it to never come out, but Square Enix has finally made good on its promise to round off the long-running Kingdom Hearts series with a full-on current-gen extravaganza.
Kingdom Hearts 3 continues the series' love of combining long-winded storylines with much-loved Disney characters with everyone from the cast of Toy Story to the chilly crew from Frozen getting a look in. Expect more hack and slash combat, but with a refined battle system and some of the biggest sandbox levels yet. Packed with secrets, Disney lore galore and enough collectibles to keep you searching for months to come, Kingdom Hearts 3 is the top-form successor to KH2 we've all been waiting for.
Resident Evil 2 is more than just a remake - it's a classic story and setting combined with all the improvements that followed it. Survival horror has plenty of classics to its name, but few hold as much significance to fans and critics alike as the original Resident Evil games. Resident Evil 2, which originally launched in , is still considered one of the best because it nailed the right mix of action, horror, exploration and puzzles. Turn the clock forwards to and Capcom has completely remade that milestone in gaming, with every part of Raccoon City remade with modern visuals and mechanical improvements in mind.
Those fixed camera angles are gone, with a RE4-style over-the-shoulder view making all the difference, and some top-notch lighting upping the nightmarish atmosphere. It's been a long time since the last proper instalment in Bandai Namco's long-running fighter plane series, and while the intervening years saw the franchise air towards arcade dogfights, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown manages to bridge the gap between the two. The result is an exhilarating exercise in simulated flying, intense aerial fights and the clever use of dynamic clouds as cover.
You can't play the whole game in VR, but there are some select missions that will test how good you are at fighting motion sickness and enemy planes. Tales of Vesperia, originally released on Xbox in the West back in , is one such example and Bandai Namco is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a nice Definitive Edition. This version includes updated visuals, an enhanced soundtrack and all the costumes and extra content that was previously exclusive to the Japanese PS3 version. If you loved it the first time round, or you're brand new to the series, this is a must-play addition to your collection.
Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom perfectly balances nostalgia and modern improvements in one gorgeous package. Serving as a spiritual successor to the Wonder Boy games - a series of platformers that combined open-ended exploration with challenging combat and a variety of magical creatures to transform into - Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom offers six different forms to take and over 15 hours of gameplay to enjoy. With hand-drawn animations that give every scene a magical anime aesthetic - and a soundtrack written by legendary Japanese composers Yuzo Koshiro, Motoi Sakuraba, Michiru Yamane, Keiki Kobayashi and Takeshi Yanagawa.
The Yakuza series has been going since the days of PlayStation 2, and after three console generations the Japanese RPG brawler is finally ready to bring its story to a close. Set in modern day Japan, the sixth numbered entry in the franchise doubles down on everything that's made the previous entries so much fun, including its arcade combat, silly side-activities and enough side-quests to keep you playing well into It's also a really good place to jump into the series for newcomers, but if you're a seasoned member of the Yakuza family, you'll find this a fine swansong to a series that's spiritually succeeded Shenmue for over a decade.
You can smash cars from any angle, including landing on top of them after grabbing some serious air. There's been plenty of memorable racers this year, but while everyone has gone crazy for the likes of Forza Horizon 4 , there's been a few titles virtual petrolheads shouldn't overlook. Onrush, which comes from a studio formally known as Evolution Studios it of Motorstorm fame.
Onrush takes the co-operative nature of a hero shooter and throws it into an off-road racing setup, where certain abilities can help heal your teammates or give them a speed boost. With a ton of modes and rulesets, a near endless amount of vehicle customisation and a slew of tracks to chew up, Onrush is one of the most underrated games of year. Following a long hiatus, the Valkyria Chronicles series returns with one of its strongest instalments yet. With its alternative history take on World War 2 - where fictitious nations battle for control of the continent of Europa - the Valkyria Chronicles series has always set itself apart with its western military aesthetic and anime character designs, and it continues that trend with aplomb in Valkyria Chronicles 4.
With a snow-swept new setting, a brand new soldier type in the form of the Grenadier, and a new Brave system which enables you to use downed squadd-mates to inspire others to greater deeds the franchise continues to prove that tactical battles and RPG mechanics can work in harmony. Well, developers Yukes and Visual Concepts have listened to fan feedback and decided to return to a more arcadey setup that leads to faster and more fun matches. That shift in gameplay pace is joined by the return of Showcase mode, which follows the WWE history of Daniel Bryan through some of his most famous rivalries.
There's also the return of the faction-driven Road to Glory mode and new Mortal Kombat-style towers. Easily the most accessible entry in the franchise in years. You can switch between the new soundtrack, and Stuart Copeland's whimsical originals, at the touch of a button. With Sony presumably tinkering away behind closed doors on what will likely one day reveal itself as the PS5, the platform holder has been digging through its exclusivity archive and remaking some of the classics from the PS1 heyday. Toys for Bob one of the studios that gave Spyro some short-lived new relevance in the Skylanders series has remade all three of the original PS1 games with a faithful recreation of every world, hub, enemy and mini-game.
There's even a brand new soundtrack based on Stuart Copeland's brilliant original scores. A perfect treat you warm you up this Christmas. The NHL series, of all of EA's long running sports franchises, holds one of the best track records for quality, but that means it does occasionally struggle to out-do itself and truly innovate. Thankfully, NHL 19 manages to take the series forwards with some new enhancements to on-field play that make every check, turn and swipe of the puck that bit more realistic.
There's also a new World of Chel system, which uses something as simple as a persistent XP system to track your progress across multiple modes, so every game feels like its part of a connected whole. Featuring some of the biggest, and the most creative, maps in the franchise, multiplayer boasts plenty of modes including the multi-tiered Grand Operations.
There's even a single-player campaign for those that sorely missed it in this year's Black Ops 4. There's also an upcoming content schedule, including new maps, new modes, new weapons and vehicles and a battle royale mode that's set to launch in March Did we mention all DLC is free to every player? Red Dead Redemption 2 is actually a prequel to the original Red Dead and ties into it in multiple ways.
Eight years of development has produced an open-world filled with some of the best writing you'll play this generation from the main story to dynamic encounters littered across its plains, swamps, mountains and deserts. You can dual fellow gunslingers, break in and bond with wild horses, hunt some legendary animals in the wild and follow a narrative that shows a United States in a state of transformation as the Old West and the outlaw life finds itself about to be swallowed by the arrival of the modern era. With a terrifyingly-huge of options to choose from, every playthrough offers a new way to off your targets.
Back in , IO Interactive took the sandbox assassination sim that was Hitman and breathed new life into its classic formula.