10 Best PS4 Games of 2014!
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
This is an awesome action game set in the fantasy world of JRR Tolkien. It borrows heavily on: Assassin’s Creed open-world feel and the exciting fighting mechanics of the Arkham series. Where it shines is in its Nemesis System where enemies: level-up and learn new skills wear the scars you gave them and even recognize you. This is easily one of the best Lord of the Rings games.
This is a sequel to the hugely successful platformer Rayman Origins…and it’s just as good! What it lacks in story, it makes up for intense gameplay! Run! Jump! Attack! Clearing levels after levels as you go. Fluid animation Colorful graphics Dozens of levels to beat Tons of unlockable contents And epic boss fights! Rayman Legends is one amazing platformer…and if you love the genre, better grab your copy now.
It’s a unique game that combines platforming and rouge-like adventure. The goal is pretty straightforward: Explore, fight and survive for as long as you can. You will die a lot…but your next of kin will rise and continue your adventure! Levels are randomly-generated making each run unique Every character you play has their strengths, weaknesses and quirks And it’s absolutely fun to play
Super Turbo Championship Edition. This is a revamped version of the fantastic original Guacamelee! With more levels to explore A new powerful to boss to beat Better overall visuals And it includes all the past DLCs. It follows the adventure of Juan as he tries to rescue El Presidente’s daughter. It’s a delightful action-platformer: Flashy Funny Action-packed It’s a game that will put a smile on your face!
This is a beautiful action-RPG by Supergiant Games, the same developer that brought us Bastion. Captivating artwork, animation and effects. It has one of the best soundtracks of the year. The combat is a great mix of fast-paced action and turn-based strategy And the story, albeit short, is well-written This is as much a game as a piece of art.
Minecraft: PlayStaion 4 Edition
From its PC roots, last-gen consoles and now on the PS4, Minecraft has continued to be a fan favorite. It’s immense sandbox world made out of blocks The creatures and monsters that inhabit it Enjoyable crafting And, the endless activities within the game On the PS4, it’s basically the same game. Just bigger and better than its last-gen counterpart.
Tales from the Borderlands: Episode One – Zero Sum
Developer Telltale Games has created a powerful extension to the loot-and-shoot game we hold dearly. This is the first episode of what appears to be an epic story-based game set in the chaotic world of Pandora. It’s funny, engaging and brings a whole new perspective to the Borderlands series. Zero Sum is guaranteed to keep you waiting for the next four episodes.
Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition
Once you get past its troubled release on the PC, you’ll find that Diablo III is one amazing dungeon crawler. And the Ultimate Edition is D3 in its best form: Packaged with the Reaper of Souls DLC, With major bugs fixed It comes with the addictive adventure mode, social features and many more! The Ultimate Evil Edition is great on the PS4.
Grand Theft Auto V
After taking last-gen consoles by storm, GTA V’s PS4 release pushed the game even further: Cleaner, smoother graphics First-person camera mode, which brings a whole new feel to the game over the original release Plus tons of added new content and gameplay fixes Whether you played it on last-gen consoles or not, GTA V is a must-include in your PS4 game library.
The Last of Us: Remastered!
Do we even have to say why? The story is just as compelling! And the PS4 version improves upon the original PS3 release. A bump in graphics Full 1080p resolution It comes with the DLC Left Behind and multiplayer map packs. It’s cheaper! Without doubt, the best of the year!