Below are the top 5 PlayStation 4 games, in no particular order, to get out and grab off the shelves. How many of them would be on your top 5 list?
1) Death Zone: Shadowfall
Killzone: Shadow Fall is a good example of the PS4’s greater processing power and memory compared to the previous PlayStation 3. The game produces excellent graphics and incredibly realistic sounds and visuals; However, the overall verdict is that while it shows what the PlayStation 4 is capable of, the game may not be using the power of the console to its full potential.
2) Infamous: second son
Second Son is the third installment in the Infamous series, after Infamous 2 was released in 2011 and the original game was released in 2009. The hero, Delsin Rowe, stumbles on an led at the beginning of the game and is attacked. When he wakes up, he soon realizes that he now possesses superpowers. As you progress through the game, you will be able to upgrade Delsin’s powers a number of times, which we are excited to see.
Watch Dogs brings a slightly new concept to games. Like game number 2 on this list, it is an open world game. Although, in addition to having seventy weapons and around 50 vehicles, the main objective of Watch Dogs is to use all the technology within the city as a weapon by hacking anything you want. This includes tampering with traffic lights, bridges, trains, and just about anything else you can think of.
4) Call of Duty: Ghosts
How many COD games are we into now? Even I totally forget it at this point, they’ve released so many, with a new game coming out every November, for as long as I can remember. Ghosts is the 10th game in the Call of Duty franchise, and at this point it’s really difficult to be able to include new content with every new release. However, consumers are continually satisfied and if you want what your friends are sure to play, look no further.
5) Metal Gear Solid V Ground Zeroes
The latest installment of Metal Gear Solid; Ground Zeroes. Offering new ways to travel and sneak around, as well as being able to select missions like old-school games rather than playing an entire story in order, Metal Gear Solid 5 will be one that many longtime PlayStation fans have come to expect. New methods of travel include the use of airplanes, motorcycles or helicopters to get to each mission.