PlayStation 4 Reviews

PlayStation 4 Reviews

Check out our latest Sony PlayStation 4 game reviews. The PlayStation 4 is the fourth home video game console produced by Sony Computer Entertainment and the successor to the PlayStation 4 as part of the PlayStation series. The PlayStation 4 competes with Microsoft's Xbox One and Nintendo's Wii U as part of the seventh generation of video game consoles. It was first released on November 15, 2013, in North America, with international markets following shortly thereafter. Read more...


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    Nex Machina - Death Machine Official Review

    The minds behind Resogun along with creative consultant Eugene Jarvis (Defender, Robotron: 2084, Smash TV) deliver an action-packed Dual-Stick Shooter budget title.
    Posted by Jessie Ljunggren, Jun 20, 2017  5
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    7.5

    The Town of Light Official Review

    1930s/1940s fascist Italy needed mental healthcare just like anywhere else, how about a game exploring it through the eyes of a patient? GBAtemp was sent a copy of The Town of Light to do just that.
    Posted by Tom White, Jun 6, 2017  3
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    6.5

    RiME Official Review

    Rime is a puzzle adventure game by Tequila Works. Following a nameless boy who washes ashore a strange island, he must explore and figure out what happened and where he is. But is the game compelling...
    Posted by Tom Bond, Jun 4, 2017  9
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    7.5

    Cladun Returns: This is Sengoku! Official Review

    ClaDun Returns: This is Sengoku is the first in the series to hit the PS4 and continues the series tradition of providing players with high quality and surprisingly deep dungeon-crawling.
    Posted by Eric Zander, Jun 2, 2017  3
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    Akiba's Beat Official Review

    Let's dive into Acquire's third title in the "Akiba's" series and it's first trip into the Action JRPG genre.
    Posted by Jessie Ljunggren, May 15, 2017  17
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    NieR: Automata Official Review

    NieR: Automata is an Action RPG by Platinum Games released for the PlayStation 4 and Windows.
    Posted by Jakub Kowalski, May 12, 2017  20
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    Parappa the Rapper Remastered Official Review

    Kick, Punch, It’s all in the mind! If you wanna read this – I’m sure you’ll find… it’s not a good “remaster.”
    Posted by Austin Trujillo, May 10, 2017  18
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    Birthdays the Beginning Official Review

    Birthdays the Beginning is a sandbox simulation game created by Yasuhiro Wada, better known as the director and creator of the Harvest Moon series. Focusing on terrain building and evolutionary-esque...
    Posted by Tom Bond, May 5, 2017  6
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    Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy Official Review

    It has been five years since the first telltale walking dead came out and changed the landscape of episodic gaming. The Walking Dead had a charm and an emotional impact on the games sphere. Something...
    Posted by Austin Trujillo, Apr 26, 2017  2
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    5.5

    Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star Official Review

    The ever-popular Fate series gets another spin-off in the form of the hack-and-slash title, Fate/EXTELLA.
    Posted by Krista Noren, Apr 19, 2017  25
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    7.9

    Sniper Elite V4 Official Review

    Sniper Elite 4 is a prequel to the first game, set after the events of the Sniper Elite 3 though. You are a sniper/commando in World War 2 Europe, Italy in this case. How you play is up to you but it...
    Posted by Tom White, Apr 14, 2017  4
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    7.9

    FlatOut 4: Total Insanity Official Review

    FlatOut 4: Total Insanity is a physics based destruction derby-esque racing game, developed by Kylotonn Games.
    Posted by Thomas Hugh, Mar 17, 2017  10
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    8.5

    Lego Worlds Official Review

    Lego Worlds finally allows you to use Lego the way it was intended!
    Posted by Thomas Hugh, Mar 12, 2017  15
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    7.5

    World of Final Fantasy Official Review

    What is there not to love about Chibis, honestly? They’re tiny, adorable, and you could just pinch them until they explode. But even cute things have their downfall, especially when it comes to...
    Posted by Austin Trujillo, Mar 11, 2017  16
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    8.5

    Horizon: Zero Dawn Official Review

    A little bit Diamond Age, a pinch of Persia, and a beautiful dystopian world pull the otherwise tedious Horizon to near-epic levels.
    Posted by Jessie Ljunggren, Mar 10, 2017  25

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