A comfort blanket of a game that appeals if you’ve played none or all of the series’ entries. Sun and Moon’s mix of classic callbacks and cheerful changes are super-effective.
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Nails the look, the sound, and the speed, but Redout stalls on the sensation.
While lone players are left cold, and hit detection can be inconsistent, the new tactical environmental destruction and tense atmosphere make for a fierce and focused multiplayer experience.
Tracks are banging, the peripheral's bold and performing feels brilliant, but TV mode is a bust, making you rent songs rather than own them outright.
PES finally finds the balance between stout sim and accessible arcade, but a poor port cast shadow on an otherwise great game.
New moves threaten to weigh down FIFA's snappy pace and breezy playability, but while slightly slower and more methodical, 16 plays a deeper, more balanced game of football.
Part mystery, part comedy, this is a classy point-and-click with dazzling art, charming characters, and crackling dialogue. Although slightly overlong and occasionally slow, it feel surprisingly fresh.
Epic multiplayer warfare at the starting price of absolutely nothing. Though battles often feel a little too big, there's nothing quite like it on PS4.
You would think a game in which you can pimp-slap a moth as a 40ft-tall garbage monster couldn't possibly be that bad. You would, however, be wrong.
An invigorated spirit occupying a reassuringly recognisable body, Dark Souls' life force flows through Bloodborne's revitalised veins. Intelligent and intense, it's simply PS4's best exclusive game.
While it doesn't feel as vital as Battlefields past, inventive new multiplayer modes and a fresh, if slightly unfocused campaign make Hardline the worthy TV spin-off to DICE's big budget blockbusters.
It's tough, unforgiving and initially overwhelming, but hey, that's skateboarding. OlliOlli2 is a glorious platform for self-expression when you nail it, but often it's a bit of a grind.
Another ludicrous spectacle, but Volition's patchy action/comedy sandbox doesn't prove to be a gangster's paradise.
More inspiration than perspiration, Lords of the Fallen nonetheless presents a rich fantasy world to explore. Just don't mention Dark Souls.
It's familiar, but Crown of the Ivory King is still another gorgeous five-hour helping of Dark Souls 2. Cherish it—it's your last.
Improvements largely concern presentation over play, but they're crucial in making you feel closer to the game than ever. The best football game just got better.
Fast, fluid and fun first-person platforming tied together with a warm narrative. Pace slows near the end, though.
Two great maps and a poor one make Expedition an over-expensive proposition. Respawn also squander a great chance to extend Titanfall's fiction.
Although dripping with atmosphere and loaded with great gags, Sir, You Are Being Hunted's survival elements feel unnecessary and its stealth bores.
Not necessarily a bad superhero game, just one we've seen countless times before. The web-swinging, goon-bashing, crime-fighting fundamentals simply aren't fun.