If you have the opportunity, you should absolutely pick Shadow of the Colossus Remake up and experience it for yourself.
If you get a chance to give it a go, The New Colossus will at the very least give you a few things to remember it by.
Those who enjoyed the first may enjoy it, but everyone else should keep their cash within their wallet.
It’s not perfect, but if you can stomach some challenge, Cuphead is a unique audiovisual experience you currently won’t find anywhere else.
Dripping in atmosphere, Aporia presents an experience I could recommend to just about anyone.
If Pyre’s beautiful presentation and generally unique experiences are enough for you then consider picking it up.
Atlas Rises represents the best-case scenario in a post No Man’s Sky release world but it’s still a tough sell.
Even if you’re without the nostalgia, Yooka-Laylee may just be what you’re looking for.
Ultimately nobody can deny that, for better or worse, Nier:Automata is different.
It’s beautiful, it’s thoughtful, and while not perfect it’s an easy recommendation for anyone who has a PS4 on hand.
The Last Guardian is worth a peek should you be equal parts intrigued and patient.
Is it for you? I honestly can’t say, but maybe a warm bowl of Cup Noodles will bring you the clarity only a premium instant ramen can provide.
Dishonored 2 continues to show that AAA games can still take risks and be successful.
If you’re looking for an alternative to the Call of Duty train, I can absolutely recommend giving Titanfall 2 a chance.
No Man’s Sky fell well short of the mark, and it’s not a perfect game, but that doesn’t mean you won’t enjoy it.
My only point of contention with Obduction is that I want more. Not in the sense that the game is incomplete, mind you. I just want more.
You will die. You will overcome, then you’ll die some more – and you’ll love it because it’s Dark Souls.
On the forefront of an ever-changing public view of what gaming really is, Firewatch proves that games can be more than just games and that by itself may make it worth the price of admission.
The Witness is a case of trying too hard to prove to the world that video games can be art.
…unfortunately Fallout 4 is the first true example that, “Bethesda. Bethesda never changes.”
If you can get your hands on it, you’d be doing yourself a disservice if you didn’t play Journey.
Rocket League has earned it and should have a spot on your games to play list. If you haven’t already, you should play Rocket League.