Resident Evil 7 biohazard is the reinvention that the long-running series needed. Don’t get me wrong, I did enjoy Resident Evil 4’s move into action horror territory, with players blasting away at fast moving enemies with tons of ammo, but in transitioning into that gameplay focus, it also lost the original sense of lurking fear, vulnerability and impending doom that made it original so long ago.
With Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star, the popular visual novel series breaks from the mold with a hack-and-slash adventure that has players carving through legions of foes as they participate in an all-new battle after the events of the Holy Grail War.
With Yakuza 0, SEGA’s popular Japanese beat-em-up series goes back to the beginning on the PS4, chronicling the events that led to the original PS2 release.
Announced at the Playstation Experience 2016, fighting game tournament staple Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3 has made its way onto the PS4, bringing the flashy, comic-book fighter to a new generation of players.
After ten long years of waiting, The Last Guardian is finally here. Fumito Ueda’s latest has finally graced the PS4, and in doing so has brought forth one of the most compelling and original adventure games of the year.
Final Fantasy XV is a bold game. It’s a drastic new direction, one that feels so alien in comparison to what’s been experienced in Square Enix’s long-running JRPG franchise.
Watch Dogs 2 is what the first game should have been. A fun techno thriller that captivates with excellent action, an entertaining plot, and creative ways to hack modern technology, the sequel improves on the first in so many ways that it almost feels like a different game. While it does have some flaws here and there, especially a rocky start for the game’s multiplayer, it’s a solid sequel and promising step for the series.
Super Dungeon Bros, by React Games, is a weird beast. It attempts to mix good old Rock and Roll with cartoonish humor and dungeon crawling gameplay, and it ends excelling in none.
Arc System Works’ follow up to Guilty Gear, BlazBlue, finally has a new entry with BlazBlue: Central Fiction, bringing the high-caliber 2D fighter to the PS4 for the first time.
The world of Dragon Ball is back with Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, bringing Time Patrollers back into the action to stop a new time-altering threat that’s slowly changing history.