If you enjoy visual novels, dark humour or puzzle solving then you can easily sit down and get lost in it (it took me 56 hours to complete my playthrough of this) and I can't recommend it enough. The graphical style won't be for everyone, but for me it fits in with the previous games and the whole comic book/graphic novel style it is trying to pull off.
Fragments of Him was an emotional journey and I'm glad I took it, it's not a long game so you can easily pick it up and have it finished (including its trophies) within two to three hours but for this kind of narrative experience, I don't see that as a negative as personally, I've not felt this attached to a film with the same length for example.
Eventide 2: Sorcerer's Mirror is an enjoyable casual game which will appeal to people of all ages (My mum loves these games and are literally the only games she plays on the PS4 I gave her). It sticks to the tried and tested formula of previous PS4 releases by Artifex Mundi, whilst innovating by changing things around and adding some new mechanics.
The LEGO NINJAGO Movie Video Game is a really good addition to the series. The improved combat mechanics and additional features really help this game stand above the more popular licence based LEGO titles. The story started as a familiar one I've heard a million times yet evolved into one which had me hooked, wanting to watch the next cut scene for the humour and great voice acting.
Dungeons 3 is one of the best spiritual successors to Dungeon Keeper out there. There are plenty of missions with multiple objectives which will keep you busy for hours upon hours. As long as you ensure you have at least version 1.3 installed, I believe this game should be in anyone's library who enjoys the RTS and strategy genre.
I really enjoyed my time with The Inner World: the Last Wind Monk, it's an aesthetically good looking game with clever puzzles and very funny dialogue. The story will have you wanting more and the characters will have you wishing you could just talk to them all day to see what they will come up with next.
JYDGE is a great example of how to do a twin-stick shooter correctly. Based on 10tons history, I imagine these types of games are second nature to them by now and it really shows. The game can be challenging, but you are rewarded well with progression in the main story and the magnitude of unlocks you gain throughout your playthrough.
Artifex Mundi is nailing it with the HOG games on consoles, in what some would say is a niche market. Each new series seems to be better than the last, Abyss continues this trend delivering a very relaxing experience with a really good story. I would say that this is one of the best HOG games I've played by Artifex Mundi on consoles
Detention is one of those rare games that you come across that not a lot of people may have heard of. It's creepy, eerie and unsettling but thoroughly enjoyable and really interesting to pick up and read all the in-game notes and experience what it was like. I've played and seen people play games much longer than this which don't ever give off the same impact.
Personally, I wasn't a massive fan of the original Nights of Azure, but I couldn't put this game down once I started playing it. The game feels like you are always progressing due to its time limits, whereas a JRPG would usually be a lot slower in its pacing. The combat is solid and you have at least three playthroughs of the game to complete if you wish to try and achieve the platinum.