This week's crop of PS4 games is filled to the brim with action and horror that is sure to keep PS4 gamers on the edges of their seats.
These are the following PS4 games coming out this week, as listed on the official PlayStation blog site:
1. "Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of Kuma Volume 1"
2. "Arcade Archives Mr. Goemon"
3. "Battle Trivia Knockout"
4. "Blood Bowl 2"
5. "EA Sports FIFA 16"
6. "Extreme Exorcism"
8. "LEGO Jurassic World (Demo)"
9. "Penarium (+ Trial)"
10. "Pumped BMX+"
11. "Rally Copters"
12. "Skylanders Superchargers"
All aforementioned games can be purchased on the PlayStation Store starting this week while "Bloodbowl 2," "EA Sports FIFA 16," "LEGO Jurassic World (Demo)" and "Skylanders Superchargers" will also be available for retail.
Older generation console users shouldn't worry since "EA Sports FIFA 16," "Extreme Exorcism," "LEGO Jurassic World (Demo)" and "Skylanders Superchargers" will also be available for the PlayStation3 while PlayStation Vita users can pick up "Rally Copters," a platform game that lets players maneuver a helicopter through 27 perilous courses.
The marquee title from the latest batch of PlayStation 4 games is "SOMA," a sci-fi survival horror game developed by Frictional Games. "SOMA" is perfect for gamers seeking next-generation horror storytelling. Gamers will have to deal with real-world science and abstract philosophies while being thrust into a labyrinth infested with supernatural beings, broken thoughts and unspeakable horrors.
For gamers looking for a different kind of thrill, they can grab "Bloodbowl 2" instead. The game pits Humans, Orcs, Skavens, Dwarves, High Elves, Dark Elves, Chaos and Bretonnians against each other in a not-so-friendly game of American Football. The game's single mode campaign focuses on the rise of the "Reikland Reavers," a once mighty team of humans.
Click here to know more about "Bloodbowl 2," courtesy of Gaming Bolt.
Gamers can finally play as women in an EA Sports soccer game. This year's "FIFA 16" will feature 12 of the top ranking Women's National teams. They are Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, England, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Spain, Sweden and the U.S.
Not only that, fans of the "FIFA" series can expect more control on the defensive end as Game Stop has reported of 25 new features that have been added in "FIFA 16" to increase defenders' agility and accuracy in tracking down attackers.
"FIFA 16" also has the new "No Touch Dribbling" option, which was developed with inputs from Lionel Messi himself. The option gives players the ability to choose when to touch the ball, this in turn can translate to more accurate crosses and crisper passes.
Rounding up this week's titles are racing games, platformers and action-adventure titles.