Recent Video Game News.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

PlayStation Plus Free Games of October 2015 for PS4, PS3, and Vita

Sony has detailed the latest crop of games PlayStation Plus members can download for free in October.
In Europe, the list includes Super Meat Boy, which is making its debut on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. Along with this, there's Double Fine's adventure game, Broken Age.
Kung-fu rhythm title Kickbeat and indie action game Kung Fu Rabbit will be available for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, as will Unmechanical Extended. Finally, physics-based platformer Chariot will be available to play on the PS3.
The full list of additions coming to European plus subscribers on October 6 can be found below.
In North America, meanwhile, Sony has confirmed Super Meat Boy and Broken Age will be available to subscribers, but has not mentioned any further titles.
Also worth noting is that DriveClub PlayStation Plus Edition, the free version of Evolution's racing simulation game, will no longer be available from October 6. Sony has advised users to download the game to keep it in their library, where it can be downloaded again in the future.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Top 10 Ps4 Games.

As we approach the second birthday of Sony's PlayStation 4, we celebrate how its library has gotten better and only continues to grow through time.
To pay tribute, here are our favorite games for PlayStation 4.
Shovel Knight
The blade-wielding titular hero goes on a quest to defeat the Enchantress and rescue his beloved. Boss fights can be quite challenging, but there are well-executed mid-level saves to keep you going as needed. Shovel Knight has a beautiful idyllic village platform backed by a cool and quirky theme. This 8-bit classic action game is a plexus of new and old.

Batman: Arkham Knight
As if you need any more reason to try it, this simulator game boasts of far more superior graphics on PS4 than on PC. It's the ultimate superhero game, with its cinematic set pieces, compelling narrative, ingenious gadgets and, of course, the playable Batmobile.
Then there's always Batman. Why be anybody else when you could be Batman?

Towerfall Ascension
Dubbed as the "multiplayer game of the year," this archery combat platformer lets you have up to four players in your couch, floor or party. The mechanics are a piece of cake, but make no mistake, combat is fast and intense. It is best played "competitively with friends, cross-legged on the floor within punching distance of each other."

NBA 2K15
This ultimate basketball simulation experience hit the 2015 court and boxed everyone out with its unparalleled lifelike graphics and unbelievably realistic gameplay. Everyone, including those who have no prior knowledge or appreciation for basketball, will find themselves completely absorbed in the mechanics and presentation of this game.

The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt
You won't go anywhere in The Witcher 3 without appreciating its picturesque open-world design. Just as well, because the game points are contextually weaved into one story-driven, next-generation RPG.

Rayman Legends
After Rayman OriginsRayman Legends had some pretty big shoes to fill - and it delivered. The game far outperformed its predecessor, particularly in terms of art direction and level design. With the Four-Player Co-op, 3D Boss Battles, Rayman Rocks and New Online Challenge mode, Legends might just be the best platformer on PS4.

This shoot-'em-up game was a pleasant surprise from Finnish developer Housemarque. An even bigger surprise is how it has managed to assert its place as one of the top console games, despite being released a year ago. No other game in PS4 right now is as addicting as Resogun.

Bloodborne, if anything, empowers its players by giving them the satisfaction of unlocking mysteries and succeeding. Its excellent third-person melee combat, incredible art design and well-thought-out characters make it a PS4 must-have.

Last of Us: Remastered
With over 200 Game of the Year awards under its belt, The Last of Us: Remastered includes higher-resolution character models, improved shadows and lighting and other improvements in terms of gameplay. Apart from newly explorable remastered features, it provides one of the best downloadable content on PlayStation.

Grand Theft Auto V

Just because it's the same core game as its PS3 counterpart doesn't make it less awesome. GTA V feels like a completely different game thanks to additional songs in the soundtrack, better cutscenes, more vehicles and a first-person mode. This is the open-world game to beat..