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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    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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    8.7

    Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey Official Review

    Now totaling 18 games, the Atelier series must be doing something right. Today I’ll once again tread unknown waters to find out what is so appealing to fans about this series.
    Posted by Eric Zander, Mar 7, 2017  8
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    8

    Torment: Tides of Numenera Official Review

    Torment: Tides of the Numenera is a spiritual sequel to Planescape: Torment developed by inExile studio, available for the PS4, Xbox One and PC and funded via Kickstarter.
    Posted by Jakub Kowalski, Feb 28, 2017  7
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    9

    Nioh Official Review

    So it's Samurai Souls? Yes, but so much more too!
    Posted by Thomas Hugh, Feb 15, 2017  8
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    7

    Digimon World -Next 0rder- International Edition

    Originally released for the PS Vita in Japan this game received mixed reception from fans of the franchise. Now that the game is being released globally for the PS4 Bandai decided to put that extra...
    Posted by Dominik Dudek, Feb 13, 2017  0
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    8

    Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Official Review

    Kingdom Hearts 2.8 is comprised of an original game, a remake, and a cinematic experience for fans of the series as they await Kingdom Hearts 3.
    Posted by Eric Zander, Jan 26, 2017  82
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    7.7

    2064: Read Only Memories Official Review

    Developer Midboss has tried to create a neo-noir Cyberpunk adventure game, with influences from many classic games, while also including a diverse cast of characters. Were they successful?
    Posted by Krista Noren, Jan 18, 2017  9
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    5

    My Name is Mayo Official Review

    This game is like Playboy – you’re only really playing it for the story right?
    Posted by Eric Zander, Jan 11, 2017  13
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    7

    The Last Guardian Official Review

    After nearly 10 years in development, was the spiritual successor to Ico and Shadow of the Colossus worth the wait?
    Posted by Jessie Ljunggren, Dec 12, 2016  38
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    6.5

    Final Fantasy XV Official Review

    Final Fantasy XV is Square Enix’s latest entry into the ever-popular Final Fantasy series. Featuring a large open world, action-styled combat, and a boy band in a car, is FFXV a worthy entry into...
    Posted by Tom Bond, Dec 5, 2016  62
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    9

    XCOM 2 Official Review

    XCOM 2 is a turn-based strategy game available for PC, Mac, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This review focuses on the recent console release of the game.
    Posted by Jakub Kowalski, Dec 4, 2016  26
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    9.1

    Steins;Gate 0 Official Review

    The sequel to one of the most well-regarded visual novels of all time. Does this game live up to the series' legacy?
    Posted by Krista Noren, Nov 22, 2016  40
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    8.2

    Moto Racer 4 Official Review

    A combined superbike and motocross game with arcade leanings from a smaller developer and publisher was sent for us to review.
    Posted by Tom White, Nov 10, 2016  2
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    8.5

    The Bug Butcher Official Review

    The Bug Butcher is the 2016 spiritual successor to Pang and games like it. It has an arcade-y feel with a very affordable price tag. But is it worth your time? This review is meant to help you make...
    Posted by Eric Zander, Nov 1, 2016  4

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