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Best PS4 games 2021: PlayStation 4 games you need to play

The best PS4 games span multiple genres – from cinematic single-player adventure to spine-tingle horror games and frantic multiplayer shooters – there's something for everyone to enjoy on Sony's PlayStation 4 console.

If you're looking for the top PS4 games, you’ve come to the right place. But with so much choice out there, not to mention quality, it can be difficult to determine the difference between what's simply a good PS4 game, and which are must-haves. 

That’s why we've put together this comprehensive guide filled with the best PS4 games of all time. We’ve included a wide range of genres, too, with our list spanning everything from the best PS4 racing games to the very best co-op games on PS4.

The PS5 might be Sony’s latest and greatest console but anyone with a PS4 shouldn't feel too jealous, as many of the best PS5 games right now are actually PlayStation 4 titles with next-gen enhancements. What’s more, plenty of PS4 titles work across both consoles. That means if you’ve got a PS4 now but plan on upgrading soon, you can take your games with you thanks tobackwards compatibility, which means you’ll still be able to play the best-selling PS4 games very easily - and they may even benefit from an upgrade on PS5, including visual and performance enhancements.

Thanks to all this cross-gen support, our guide to essential PS4 games is likely to appeal to you regardless of whether you’re on an original PS4, the slightly more powerful PS4 Pro or the new PS5. 

Looking for your next great adventure on PlayStation? Read on for our picks of the best PS4 games to play right now.

Best PS4 games

Apex Legends

A legend in the making

Reasons to buy

+Fun, fluid gameplay+Ingenious Ping System+Stellar lineup of personalities 

Reasons to avoid

-A few weapons need refining -Battle Pass is mundane

Apex Legends is another contender vying for the battle royale crown. Developed by Respawn Entertainment and set in the Titanfall universe, Apex Legends is a squad-based battle royale shooter where teams of three go up against 57 other players to try to gather loot and be the last person (or squad) standing.

However, unlike Fortnite and PUBG, Apex Legends sees players take on a class, each represented by a unique character (imagine Fortnite mixed with Overwatch and you’ll be on the right track.)  

Apex Legends is the perfect battle royale game for those who enjoy the genre's premise but can't get onboard with Fortnite's building or PUBG's hyper competitiveness – and it's free-to-play. Plus, different classes, abilities and limited-time events make for a more dynamic experience overall. 

PS4 Pro Support? No. 

Assassin's Creed Odyssey

This is Sparta

Reasons to buy

+Graphically stunning+Huge world to explore+Great protagonists +Enthralling story

Reasons to avoid

-Takes a small chunk of your life to complete

Assassin's Creed Odyssey is one of the more recent additions to the epic Assassin's Creed RPG franchise. Odyssey is set during the Peloponnesian War and sees you stepping into the sandals of either Alexios or Kassandra as they try to uncover the truth about their history while navigating the turbulent world of Ancient Greece as a mercenary. 

While Assassin's Creed Valhalla is the most recent addition to the series, we still think Odyssey is the best Assassin's Creed offering on PS4 and is without a doubt one of the best PS4 games.

Odyssey is a graphically stunning PS4 game that will take you to the heart of Ancient Greece, easily securing it a place in our collection of the best PlayStation 4 games. Just make sure you have the time to play it because there are over 100 hours of content to enjoy here.

PS4 Pro Support? PS4 Pro enhanced.

Battlefield 1

For those who want a break from CoD

Reasons to buy

+Historical setting rejuvenates series+Fantastic single-player experience+Relentlessly exciting combat

Reasons to avoid

-Stealth elements are lacking

Not a Call of Duty fan? Then Battlefield 1 might be a good alternative. The first-person shooter takes players back in time to World War One and by doing so completely rejuvenates the once stagnating franchise. 

Battlefield 1's historical setting helps it to stand apart from the rest of the modern military shooters on the market, with all new weapons, vehicles, and level designs that feel fresh and capture the chaos and brutality of war.

The game offers a poignant and entertaining single-player campaign that sets a new standard for the first-person shooter. Broken into six sections, each following a different character and front-line location, the campaign never feels dull or repetitive.

The single-player campaign even feeds neatly into Battlefield 1's multiplayer mode which, while familiar, also benefits from the much-needed breath of life that the change in setting gives.

Graphically impressive, entertaining, and sometimes touching, Battlefield 1 is a return to form for the series. We're hoping the upcoming Battlefield 2042 is just as good - if not better.

PS4 Pro support? Increased resolution and detail. 

Bloodborne

Let the hunt begin

Reasons to buy

+Souls action-orientated RPG combat+Eerie Victorian aesthetic+Challenging but rewarding

Reasons to avoid

-Infuriatingly difficult at times

From Software's enigmatic and notoriously challenging Souls titles all hold critical and fan acclaim, but none are as stylistically interesting as the quasi-Industrial era Bloodborne.

It plays like an RPG set indelibly on a hidden difficulty mode with all the helpful text pop-ups removed – which is to say it requires more than a modicum of patience from the player.

But that's the point: in Bloodborne you get out what you put into it. Victory's all the more rewarding when you've watched your enemy, memorized its attack patterns, struck at the opportune moment and prevailed via the game's impeccable melee combat. It's easily one of the best PS4 games you can play right now.

PS4 Pro support? No.

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PS4 Game Reviews

7.5World War Z: Aftermath

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World War Z: Aftermath is the ultimate co-op zombie shooter inspired by Paramount Pictures’ blockbuster film and the next evolution of the original hit World War Z that has now captivated over 15 million players. ...

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8.5Far Cry 6

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Far Cry 6 is finally upon us, after some delays and a huge marketing campaign that you basically can't escape, it is time to step into the land of Yara and go toe to toe with Anton Castillo (Giancarlo Esposito). As ...

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7.0RiMS Racing

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I’ve never played a racing game like RiMS Racing, and its core unique mechanic is both the thing that makes the game stand out, and is also the thing that sometimes make the game tedious to progress through. RiMS ...

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7.0Embr

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What if your Uber Eats driver had to save you from a house fire? Fight fires for fun and profit in this unpredictable and frantic multiplayer game. Team up with friends, take on daily challenges, and climb to the ...

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8.0Death Stranding Directors Cut (P...

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From legendary game creator Hideo Kojima comes a genre-defying experience, now expanded and remastered for PS5 in this definitive DIRECTOR’S CUT. In the future, a mysterious event known as the Death Stranding has ...

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9.0Deathloop (PS5)

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Deathloop is a next-gen first-person shooter from Arkane Lyon, the award-winning studio behind Dishonored. In Deathloop, two rival assassins are trapped in a mysterious time loop on the island of Blackreef, doomed ...

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8.5Life is Strange: True Colors (Sp...

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You can take comfort here knowing I am not going to give away any story elements here in this review. After all, that’s the main fun in playing the Life is Strange series, isn’t it. Life Is Strange: True ...

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9.0Psychonauts 2

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The wait has been enough to drive a person crazy, but Psychonauts 2 is finally available to play. The beloved indie darling has lost none of its charm being developed by a now fully-fledged Microsoft studio. ...

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8.0Outriders

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Outriders is a very interesting experiment and take on multiplayer gaming, while not a game as a service it would be interesting to see if they offer anything beyond the campaign down the line because there is ...

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6.0Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory

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Kingdom Hearts is a mess of mixed genres, overlapping storylines and convoluted writing, and yet we still love it. Its cheesy optimism and tight gameplay – not to mention the much-loved cameos – makes it ...

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8.5Final Fantasy VII Remake – ...

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It’s been a 24-year wait, but Final Fantasy VII’s new piece of story DLC – Intermission – shows us exactly what Yuffie was up to before she joined our party. God, 1997 suddenly feels a long, ...

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8.5Resident Evil Village

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You’ve seen the werewolves. You’ve seen the ridiculously sexed-up memes about giant vampire ladies. Other than giving the internet a new fetish, Resident Evil Village is a worthy new entry in the ...

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9.0MLB The Show 21 (PS5)

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MLB The Show has had an incredible streak of consistently being one of the top hailed sports video games every single year over the last 15 years, this year’s installment continues to show why that remains ...

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8.5Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s Abo...

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Crash Bandicoot 4 finally gets its next-gen port. It’s About Time? Yes, it is. That barmy bandicoot is back on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X – but if you’ve waited this long, is it worth taking a ...

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9.0Little Nightmares 2 (Spoiler Fre...

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When you think of horror based video games, titles such as Residents Evil probably come to mind. It spooky and eerie, you don't look forward to creeping around that next corner, and the lighting is atrocious for a ...

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7.5My Universe: Pet Clinic Cats &...

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Welcome and care for sick animals in your clinic Discover the veterinary profession and help cats and dogs that need you. An injury, fever, an animal that refuses to eat: it’s up to you to act! Pay close attention ...

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6.5Destruction AllStars

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Destruction AllStars was going to be a full-priced PS5 launch title. Thank God they changed their mind. That’s not to say that it’s a bad game, because it’s not. But in the world of Rocket ...

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9.0Hitman 3

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Hitman 3 gives back what you put into it, and man is it nice to play a game like that again. You can put zero effort into it, taking the path of least resistance and treating it like the action game it clearly ...

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7.0Summer in Mara

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Summer in Mara is a single-player summer adventure. Take care of your own island, farming the land, and crafting new tools to survive. You can also sail away with your boat to new islands, meet unique characters and ...

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8.0DARQ: Complete Edition

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Imagine constantly being tormented by never-ending and ever-worsening nightmares. This is the life of Lloyd, the protagonist in the wonderfully crafted puzzle game, DARQ: Complete Edition.

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7.0Puyo Puyo Tetris 2

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Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 – a game title that deserves a Kingdom Hearts style “2.5D Ultima Super Dream Final Edition” if I’ve ever heard one. People know what Tetris is, and a good chunk of those ...

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8.5Immortals Fenyx Rising

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Breath of the Wild meets Assassin’s Creed – it’s a recipe that amazingly we haven’t had until exactly this moment. But boy, does Immortals Fenyx Rising taste good. Mixing in a bit of ...

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9.0PlayStation 5

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Thanks to our friends at PlayStation Canada, we had the opportunity to review the PlayStation 5, as well as a variety of Sony's 1st party launch titles. Already a week past launch, we know that the system is one of ...

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7.5Just Dance 2021

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There are certain things we can rely on in life to have an annual release, Things like the Shamrock shake at McDonald’s, or they claymation Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer special during the holidays. Just ...

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7.0Visage

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Visage is one of the most terrifying games I have ever played and I’m not ashamed to admit that. This atmospheric horror game is the stuff of nightmares and I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to ...

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8.5Call Of Duty: Black Ops – C...

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Tis the season everyone, time for Call of Duty to release a new game,  Time for them to climb the sales charts with another new title, Time for wives to mourn the loss of their husbands as we all prepare our bodies ...

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8.0Bugsnax:

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So many, many moons ago I fell in love with a game called Pokemon Snap. My wife (girlfriend at the time) and I would spend hours playing, laughing, and trying to figure out the best way to get all the Pokemon out ...

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4.0Lunch A Palooza

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Lunch A Palooza is a multiplayer party brawler that supports up to four local players. Gamers, choosing from a variety of food fighters, attempt to best their friends in one of four game modes.  While this sounds ...

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10Spider-Man: Miles Morales

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A year after the first game’s conclusion, Miles has trained under Peter and has fully integrated himself into the role of a Spider-Man, though he has yet to gain the experience. He must balance supporting his ...

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8.5The Jackbox Party Pack 7

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There’s no better way of rounding out a dinner party than to load up Jackbox. The mini-game compilations are fantastic fun, often come to Gamepass, and, more amazing than anything, are now up to their seventh ...

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8.5Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! (Xbo...

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Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! takes the fevered cooking game on the road, which opens up a slightly different gameplay style while further refining the original gameplay concept along the way. All three of the games ...

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9.0NHL 21

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The last time I really loved a hockey game, Patrick Roy was tending the net for the Colorado Avalanche and the Columbus Blue Jackets — my de facto hometown team — was in its infancy, led by a guy with the last name ...

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7.5Pumpkin Jack

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We are knee-deep in the spooky season, which I always find myself playing spooky games throughout, this year was delighted to find a trick not treat in my goodie bag in Pumpkin Jack. Which is a 3D platformer much in ...

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7.0My Universe – School Teache...

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It’s the back-to-school season! Time to open the doors of your school and welcome your new students. Put on your schoolbag and get your notebooks: the game My Universe – School Teacher is available today on Nintendo ...

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8.0Ride 4

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Now in its fourth iteration, the Ride series is firmly entrenched as the Gran Turismo of motorcycle racing games. The developers clearly love motorcycles and have a reverence for the history of the various makes and ...

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8.5Nioh 2: Darkness in the Capital (...

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So back in March of this year, back in the simpler times of 2020, I had played and reviewed Nioh 2. All in all, it’s a fantastic, but punishing game. You can read the full review here. This is the second DLC ...

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7.09 Monkeys of Shaolin

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Whatever happened to the brawler genre? One day, every game was a brawler, and the next it was gone. It had become retro, with new content consigned to stylised sequels like the incredible Streets of Rage 4. 9 ...

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8.5Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s Abo...

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Crash Bandicoot 4 continues Activision’s string of resurrecting old IP into something that feels both fresh and familiar. The game — developed by Spyro Reignited devs Toys for Bob — strikes the perfect chord between ...

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9.5Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1+2

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The remake of the first two Tony Hawk Pro Skater games — recently released on Xbox One and PS4 — continues the recent Activision trend of stellar updates of classic games from the 1990s. This package, more than any ...

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7Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles...

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is a spin-off/companion game outside the main Final Fantasy series. Released in 2003 for the Nintendo GameCube, it marked the first return of Final Fantasy to a Nintendo console ...

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9.0Doraemon Story of Seasons PS4

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Having previously played Doraemon Story of Seasons on the Switch, it was wonderful to also be able to experience it on the PS4. I have thoroughly enjoyed our time in Natura, engaging with the various citizens, ...

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6.5Peaky Blinders: Mastermind

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Who knew that a TV series following gangsters with Brummy accents could have such selling power? Birmingham has become the unlikely setting of Peaky Blinders, one of TV’s most popular British shows, giving our ...

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4.5Harvest Moon: Mad Dash

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What do you get when you take Harvest Moon, take out all the RPG elements, add some really simple puzzles and then charge £17 for it? Well, you get Harvest Moon: Mad Dash, and you might well wish you ...

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7Giraffe and Annika –

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As a gamer we are often analyzing the value of a game by it’s length. We want the most bang for our buck, however at times games can overstay their welcome and become a fetch-quest driven chore of a time to ...

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7.0Skater XL

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Fingerboarding, along with having really, really good Pokemon, was one of the main ways of proving you were cool when I was in school. I remember it well – wearing a leather jacket and awesome sunglasses, ...

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8.0Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pa...

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Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack includes two side-scrolling action games (Azure Striker Gunvolt 1 & 2) that appear comparable to the Mega Man platformer series. However, with Mega Man as such an established ...

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7.5Destroy All Humans

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The original Destroy All Humans came out in 2005, and became somewhat of a cult game for many players, myself included. The crazy sandbox that was created that allowed mass carnage, mayhem, and fun wasn’t ...

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9.5Ghost of Tsushima

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Set on Tsushima Island in the year 1274, the game revolves around one of the island's last samurai, Jin Sakai, during the first Mongol invasion of Japan. The armies of the Mongol Empire, utilizing weapons and ...

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6.5Sword Art Online: Alicization Lyc...

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If you are one of the many sword art online fans around the world with an interest in gaming, chances are you have been anticipating the release of Sword Art Online Alicization Lycoris, yet another addition to the ...

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6.5NASCAR Heat 5

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The same complaint that a lot of annual sports video game franchises receive is (mostly) true with NASCAR Heat 5. This year’s game feels basically like a roster and car paint update compared to previous ...

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7.0SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for...

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In this modern age of gaming where remakes and remasters are a standard, ONE SPONGE stands alone (not really Patrick and Sandy are there too) to try and breath life again into the platformers of yesteryear? But does ...

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10The Last of Us Part II (Spoiler F...

blankRead ReviewThe Last of Us Part II (Spoiler Free) Review

Back on June 14th 2013, The original The Last of Us game came out and changed what video games could be forever. With groundbreaking graphics, writing better than many blockbuster movies released today, outstanding ...

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9.0Super Mega Baseball 3

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It’s the bottom of the 9th inning. The Sirloins trail by 2. Men (well, 1 man and 1 woman) on 1st and 3rd. 2 outs. Hammer Longballo steps up to the plate.   Yes, you read that right: Hammer. ...

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7.0Fury Unleashed

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Fury Unleashed is a 2D-action-platformer-roguelike set in a comic book.  That’s a lot of different genres thrown out there, but in reality, the game is similar to others already on the market, most closely ...

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7.5Stranded Deep

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Stranded Deep, originally released in Early Access on PC in 2015, has brought its island-hopping survival experience to consoles. It’s an addictive and enjoyable experience, but one that still feels several ...

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7.5Predator Hunting Grounds

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Very few icons of 80’s action movies continue to drive mainstream appeal, but when someone mentions Predator to me. I instantly thing of high action, lush jungles, bullets flying, and Arnold telling me to GET ...

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8One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4

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One Piece is a Japanese anime television series adapted from the manga of the same.. The story follows the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy, a boy whose body gained the properties of rubber (Think Mr. Fantastic doing ...

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One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 Firs...

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I was not familiar with what One Piece was other than seeing the occasional artwork, cover, or game released every once in awhile. So for those like me not used to the source material, as best I can tell, it goes ...

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9.5MLB The Show 20

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The sweet smell of grass in the spring. Flowers starting to bud and bloom. The crisp evening air.  The crack of a baseball bat, and the roar of the crowd. It’s Springtime — well, in any other year than 2020. And in ...

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8.5Nioh 2

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So there I am, a battle scarred worn down warrior, face to face with a giant horse-like creature easily 5 times my size. In his right hand a massive cleaver larger than myself, easily capable of taking me out with ...

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7.5Monster Energy Supercross 3 ̵...

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I’m going to take a step back from reviewing Monster Energy Supercross 3 on the PS4, and let my 3-year-old give her thoughts on the latest game in the series from Milestone. “The obstacle course looks ...

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9.0Dreams

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Dreams, a brilliant game creator, social experiment, quite literally what may be the best example of games can be art that has ever existed. At face value Dreams has you take control of an “imp”, ...

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8.0Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car R...

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It’s a warm Saturday night in the summer. The dirt is flying as 20 sprint cars slide around the track in a perpetual left-hand turn, jockeying for position in front of local fans and family members. The motors are a ...

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7.5 Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

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When I was younger, I actually remember my father of all people, enjoying DBZ. I would often see him watching them on Cartoon Network, to be honest I was intrigued but never quite a fan. Many folks have told me ...

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7.0Death Stranding

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Few games this generation have been as ambitious and disappointing as Death Stranding. The title had a ton of hype, as it was being developed by Hideo Kojima, and was starring the Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus. Just ...

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8.0THE BOX VR

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What is really great about PlayStation VR is that Sony and other publishers can release less expensive titles onto the platform that are simple, but have a great impact on those playing. BOX VR is one of those ...

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9.0MediEvil

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I think I only played a demo of MediEvil on the Playstation 1. I don’t think I’ve ever played the full game. So I wasn’t especially excited for the remake for Playstation 4. I did play the demo and ...

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9.5Concrete Genie

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In Concrete Genie, you play as a boy who draws monsters and scenery on walls to bring a town back to life. If you read our preview of the game, you already know that the game is magical and has a certain charm to ...

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8.0The Angry Birds 2 Movie: Under Pr...

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When the publisher of The Angry Birds 2 Movie: Under Pressure VR asked if I wanted to review a copy of Angry Birds VR on PlayStation VR, without looking up trailers or videos, I was pretty sure I knew what this was ...

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8.5Final Fantasy VIII Remastered

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Final Fantasy VIII is the most underrated FF game on the Playstation 1. The game tried new things and those new things were quickly done away with when the next game came. Many people did not like FFVIII at all ...

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8.0Snakebyte Wireless Gamepad 4S

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Gaming can be an expensive undertaking these days. Even if you stick to one console, your hard earned money will slip away as fast as you let it. Between the sheer magnitude of games available, monthly subscriptions ...

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9.5Dragon Quest Builders 2

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If you’ve read my previews 1,  2, and 3 of Dragon Quest Builders 2, then you know I’ve been playing it a lot and enjoying it. And now its time for my review of the game! How good is Dragon Quest Builders ...

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7.5Everybody’s Golf VR

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Taking the game of golf to virtual reality is a no brainer, and I'm surprised it took Sony so long to bring Everybody's Golf over to their VR juggernaut. The problem with VR golf titles is how well the game works in ...

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8.5Astro C40 TR

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When it comes to elite controllers, Microsoft hit it out of the park when they launched their high end controller a few years ago. Despite the high asking price of about 179.99, the controller was incredibly hard to ...

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8.0Days Gone

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When I first loaded up Days Gone, I was instantly excited about the premise of the game, the mode of transportation - despite how much I hate riding motorcycles in games - and the arc the game seemingly promised me ...

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9.0MLB The Show 19

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Another spring season means another year of Major League Baseball, and outside of death and taxes, you can always count on a MLB The Show experience to go along with opening day. While many sports franchises rise ...

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9.5Dragon Quest XI

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Over the past month or so we've been working through Dragon Quest XI, and have been publishing our thoughts over 5 chapters, detailing the story, game play, characters, and more. Today we put those all together and ...

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9.0Spider-Man

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Insomniac has created some really great experiences in the past, and when word spread that they would be the developer behind a new Spider-Man game exclusive to the PS4, fans were pretty excited about the prospects. ...

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7.5Super Bomberman R Shiny Edtion

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Bomberman has been a household name for well over a decade now, and the little bomb dropping crew is back with an update on the previously released Super Bomberman R title. Now with all the added DLC from the ...

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8.0The Crew 2 – America: Yours...

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When Ubisoft first announced their brand new franchise titled The Crew, perspective fans were painted a picture of cruising across the United States, going from major city to major city, and enjoying everything in ...

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9.5Detroit: Become Human

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Just last month, Sony and Santa Monica Studios wow'd us with the release of God of War, a reboot of the popular franchise on modern consoles that not only surpassed review expectations, but smashed sales records as ...

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8.5South Park: The Fractured But Who...

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To fully appreciate a South Park game, you need to have a decent appreciation for the long running TV show, and inappropriate jokes. The Fractured But Whole is a dirty, inappropriate joke filled adventure that, if ...

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10God of War

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Outside of Telltale titles were the story is king and gameplay is secondary, there are few games available today that blend both well, at the same time. God of War has done this, has blown my mind, and is definitely ...

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8.0MLB The Show 18

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MLB The Show 18 is breaking any major new ground in their year-to-year baseball outing, but does slightly build on The Show 17 in enough ways to make picking up the latest iteration money well spent. While the new ...

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9.0Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom

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Japanese Roll Playing Games go with PlayStation like butter on bread, but not all JRPG experiences are the same, in terms of storyline, game mechanics, or overall quality. In 2018 - and when compared to what was ...

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7.0Dynasty Warriors 9

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The Dynasty Warriors franchise has a huge following, and although I haven't bee playing the series for long - was drawn in during the Zelda remix days when Hyrule Warriors was released - I've come to enjoy the ...

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9.5Shadow of the Colossus

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The best PS4 games in 2021

The best PS4 games run the gamut from pensive, surreal experiences to action-packed epics. Whether you’re looking for immersive single-player adventures, chaotic multiplayer matchups or engaging cooperative experiences, the PS4 has a game with your tastes in mind. Of course, it’s not hard to understand why. The PlayStation 4 has been out for seven years, and during that time, it’s built up a library containing thousands of games. Not only that, but Sony has led the way in exclusive titles, so the PS4 is the only way to experience new classics like God of War (2018), Spider-Man and Bloodborne.

Of course, the PS4 can’t last forever, and the PS5 is already here to replace it. Don’t worry, though; thanks to widespread backwards compatibility, the vast majority of PS4 titles are playable on Sony’s new console. Whether you want to play these games now or save them until later, you’ll have the tech to do so.

Read on to learn about the best PS4 games, and see which ones you think you’d enjoy. And if you want to share some of these games with your friends, then here's how to gameshare on PS4. 

What are the best PS4 games?

As with any other platform, it’s very hard to quantify the best PS4 games. One man’s masterpiece is another man’s clunker. Even so, it’s possible to make some broad recommendations, based on the types of games that players generally enjoy.

For action-adventure games, it’s hard to beat God of War (2018), which casts players as Greek demigod Kratos on an exciting quest through the mystical Norselands. Not only is the gameplay tight and replete with customization options, but the story is legitimately heartfelt and touching. This one is an easy recommendation, particularly if you’ve played the rest of the God of War series up until this point.

Superhero fans need to check out Spider-Man, which is one of the absolute best adaptations of the classic Marvel comic. Unlike some of the recent movies, Spider-Man on PS4 emphasizes Peter Parker’s New York roots and his interesting supporting cast. From Otto Octavius to Mary Jane Watson to Aunt May, Spider-Man’s story is full of three-dimensional renditions of the characters we’ve come to love from the printed page.

The Ratchet & Clank series has always offered some of the best platformers around, and Ratchet & Clank (2016) is no exception. This game is a reboot that ties into the thoroughly disappointing animated film, but don’t worry; the video game adaptation got the better part of this deal. Ratchet & Clank features tough platforming, satisfying combat and a story that will have both kids and adults in peals of laughter.

The best PS4 games also include multiplatform titles to enjoy, from RPGs like The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, to fighting games like Mortal Kombat 11.

Alternatively, if you're looking for multiplayer titles, check out the best split screen PS4 games. Or, if you don't want to spend any cash, you can grab one of the best free PS4 games. And if you need more storage space for all these new games, you can invest in one of the best external hard drives for PS4 and Xbox One.

The best PS4 games you can buy today

1. Assassin's Creed Valhalla

Assassin's Creed Valhalla is the latest entry in Ubisoft's long-running action/stealth series, and it's another solid one. This time, you'll take control of Eivor: a Viking warrior in medieval England, who must establish a new home for his clan. You'll explore a variety of warring kingdoms, assassinate key targets, do battle against dangerous Saxons and even participate in Viking rap battles known as "flyting."

While Assassin's Creed Valhalla looks and plays wonderfully on the PS4, your copy will also entitle you to a PS5 version, which has better lighting, richer HDR colors and a smoother frame rate. Your save data will carry over, too, but be warned that transferring achievements can be a little wonky.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla won a "highly recommended" honor for "best PS5/Xbox Series X game" at the Tom's Guide Awards 2021 for gaming.

2. Death Stranding

Death Stranding is undoubtedly one of the weirder games to come out in 2019. But it's also one of the best PS4 games, particularly if you enjoy Hideo Kojima's unique brand of unhinged futurism. In the game, you take control of Sam Bridges, who delivers supplies to survivors in a post-apocalyptic Earth. The titular "Death Stranding" unleashed a race of extradimensional creatures, which raise some extremely existential questions about life, death and the nature of power in the post-apocalypse.

One of the interesting things about Death Stranding is that the gameplay is extremely understated. A lot of is simply traveling from one place to another, and creating infrastructure to make your trips easier. How well your deliveries go will influence how you can build up Sam’s abilities, which can help you carry more items and build your reputation with non-player characters.

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3. Devil May Cry 5

Eleven years after Devil May Cry 4 hit shelves, Capcom has finally released a sequel worth waiting for. Devil May Cry 5 is a confident, stylish action game that's satisfying for long-term fans and welcoming to newcomers. Playing as supernatural warriors Dante, Nero and V, you'll fight enormous, grotesque foes with a gorgeous combination of gunplay, swordplay and platforming. It can be a difficult game, but once you find your rhythm, combat is its own reward.

The gameplay is particularly satisfying, since as you rack up higher combos, the soundtrack will change and become more elaborate to reflect your success. Devil May Cry 5 is a gorgeous, rewarding experience, and well worth a look if you've ever had any affinity for the series. And if you’re a newcomer, you can catch up with earlier titles in the Devil May Cry: HD Collection, also on PS4.

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4. Dreams

LittleBigPlanet is great, but what if you could make your own entire games instead of just platformer levels? That's the idea behind Media Molecule's Dreams: a robust creation suite that lets you craft characters, structures, pieces of music, short films and even full-length games. While Dreams is arguably more of a development tool than a full-blown game, there’s still plenty of fun to be had crafting the surreal gaming experiences you’ve always wanted for yourself.

The game's rich editing tools are complemented by handy tutorials, whether you're looking to make a simple platformer or a deep multiplayer role-playing game. And if you'd rather just play, Dreams serves up a nonstop buffet of fresh community experiences, many of which are curated by Media Molecule itself. As with any user-generated content, there’s more chaff than wheat, but the Media Molecule team does a good job highlighting the interesting stuff.

5. Ghost of Tsushima

The pitch for Ghost of Tsushima makes it sound like an Assassin's Creed game. It's an open-world action/stealth game with a story based on real-world history. You take control of Jin Sakai: a samurai who fights against the Mongols during their 13th-century invasion of Japan. Where Ghost of Tsushima distinguishes itself from similar open-world adventures, though, is in its incredible swordfighting. The combat in the game is simply superlative, with lots of techniques to employ, gadgets to use and strategies to learn.

Admittedly, the game can drag a bit toward the middle, as it leans hard into familiar sandbox tropes: collecting doodads, solving mild platforming puzzles, riding from place to place on a horse and so forth. But even though the game is broad, it's still admirably deep, with plenty of ways to customize your character. It's also got a thoroughly decent story about honor, duty and sacrifice — all fitting themes for a samurai narrative.

Ghost of Tsushima won "best story" and "best boss level" at the Tom's Guide Awards 2021 for gaming.

6. God of War

After a five-year hiatus, the God of War series is back, and it's very different. Kratos, formerly a living ball of rage, is now a family man, trying to balance his deicidal past with his devotion to his adolescent son, Atreus. Leaving Greece behind, Kratos now occupies Scandinavia — and that means, among other things, that there's a whole new host of mythical beasts to slay. From trolls and ogres, to undead horrors and even Norse gods, Kratos’s new enemies put his skills to the test constantly.

While the story questions whether Kratos' violent past was fully justified, the gameplay is as satisfying and visceral as ever, pitting the demigod against all manner of trolls, sea monsters and dragons. It's a bold new direction for a beloved series, and easily one of the best PS4 games you can buy.

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7. Horizon Zero Dawn

Horizon Zero Dawn has it all: an interesting open world, a creative story, a relatable protagonist, a variety of challenges and, of course, a whole host of gigantic robot dinosaurs. You’ll be able to topple these massive beasts, as well as a variety of human enemies, with a bow and arrow and plenty of other melee and ranged weapons.

Set in a postapocalyptic world that has had time to become lush once again, Horizon Zero Dawn tells the story of Aloy: a pariah from her tribe, who nevertheless becomes a master of the bow and spear. As she explores the dangerous world around her, she learns that she may play a pivotal role in changing it for the better. It's one of the best PS4 games that's exclusive to the system, although it's now available to play on PC as well.

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8. The Last of Us, Part II

The Last of Us, Part II is an ambitious sequel to a beloved game. As such, it was always going to be divisive — and that's probably just what the developers intended. In this post-apocalyptic action/adventure game, you take control of Ellie, who embarks on an epic quest for revenge across the remnants of the western United States. Grown up and elevated from "sidekick" to "protagonist" status, Ellie has to rely on her own skills and decide when (or if) revenge slips past "necessity" and into "obsession."

The story in The Last of Us 2 has quite a few interesting twists and turns, but the gameplay supports it beautifully. With lots of ways to customize and upgrade Ellie, and a bevy of options for stealth, combat and exploration, The Last of Us 2 makes use of big, creative levels and intelligent enemies of both the human and Infected varieties. With gorgeous graphics and moving voice acting, it's not hard to see why The Last of Us 2 is one of the best PS4 games you can buy.

The Last of Us 2 won a "highly recommended" honor for "best story" at the Tom's Guide Awards 2021 for gaming.

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9. Mortal Kombat 11

Mortal Kombat has had its ups and downs over the years, but Mortal Kombat 11 demonstrates that the series still has plenty of surprises to offer. In addition to a solid story mode and tons of unlockable single-player content, Mortal Kombat 11 offers refined, strategic one-on-one fights. Instead of testing who's memorized the most super-moves or how quickly players can mash an attack button, this game prioritizes distance, variety and judicious application of limited super-moves.

Of course, Mortal Kombat's hallmark gore is back in full-force, with some extremely over-the-top fatalities, sure to test even the most hardened stomachs. This may be a selling point or a deal breaker, depending on your tolerance, but it’s good to know that the series hasn’t toned itself down over the years. Overall, MK11 is simply an excellent fighting game, with a little something for everyone.

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10. Mass Effect: Legendary Edition

You may have played the games in Mass Effect: Legendary Edition before, but never with this level of polish. This remastered collection includes Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3, as well as almost all of their associated DLC packs. (Pinnacle Station for the first game seems lost to the caprices of time, but everything else is present and accounted for.) If you've never played the Mass Effect games before, now is the perfect time to start — and if you have, this is a good excuse to revisit them.

For those who aren't familiar with Mass Effect, it's a trilogy of sci-fi RPGs from BioWare. You customize a military hero called Commander Shepard, then recruit a team of human and alien experts from all around the galaxy. Together, you take on a race of synthetic organisms called the Reapers, intent on wiping out all sentient life in the Milky Way galaxy. How the story goes is largely up to you, depending on whether you want to play as a rule-abiding Paragon, or a vigilante Renegade.

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition won a "highly recommended" honor for "best story" at the Tom's Guide Awards 2021 for gaming.

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30 Best PS4 games to play right now

These best PS4 games have been hand-picked by the team at GamesRadar+ as a celebration of the top titles to grace Sony's last generation machine. From Spider-Man and The Last of Us to Bloodborne and God of War, there's plenty to enjoy from the PS4 era.

Plus, if you do make the leap to PS5, these best PS4 games serve as the core backbone of the best PS5 games to be playing too thanks to backwards compatibility. A lot of them are even free as part of the PlayStation Plus Collection games available to PS Plus subscribers on PS5 or offered as free PS5 upgrade games.

30. Dark Souls 3

Dark Souls, the series that spawned a hundred imitators thanks to its emphasis on difficult-but-fair gameplay, came to a close with Dark Souls 3, but what a way to go out. Featuring a variety of awe-inspiring locales (some grotesque, some majestic), the same finely-tuned combat fans had come to expect, and a new emphasis on speed and versatility inspired by FromSoftware's own Bloodborne, Dark Souls 3 is a wonderful encapsulation of the series as a whole; not as scattered as Dark Souls 2, not as rough around the edges as the original. If you've been curious about the Souls games, this is where you should start.

29. Death Stranding

Death Stranding released to huge fanfare this year, and whether you enjoy Hideo Kojima's strange stories or can find satisfaction in its 'walking simulator on energy drinks' gameplay, it's a game that will define the tail-end of the PS4 generation. You play as Sam Porter Bridges, a post-apocalyptic delivery man in a world populated by survivors, Timefall rain showers - which age and ultimately destroy anything they touch -  and Beached Things, or BTs – spirits of the dead unable to pass on. There's also Mules, bandits driven mad by a lust for packages, nightmarish villains Cliff and Higgs, and BB, your Bridge Baby who helps you avoid the BTs. Kojima has filled the game with celebrities too, with Norman Reedus as Sam, Margaret Qualley as Mama, and an embarrassment of cameos from his contacts book. You may not always love it, but you'll never have played anything like it either. 

28. Final Fantasy 15

Four adrenaline-driven teens embark on the journey of a lifetime, but this ain’t no Road Trip. The RPG tale of Prince Noctis and his merry band straddles fantasy and reality with almost balletic grace, throwing in titanic monsters and classic missions alongside conversations about the weather and visuals that just sing "America". Final Fantasy 15's story is bonkers and its final destination a genuine surprise, but it's still a winding, delight-strewn road that Square converts are duty-bound to travel – with sufficient appeal in its blockbuster battles and eclectic quest mix to suck in Fantasy novices, too. 

27. Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus

Doubling down on all the intelligence, uncompromising emotional grit, and giddy, hilariously brutal Nazi killing that made its predecessor such a special game, Wolfenstein 2 has an even lesser tolerance for messing about. Transposing BJ Blazkowicz's intensely personal war to an alternative '60s America twisted into an ugly parody of itself by Nazi rule, Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus brings the same aggressive focus on combat and character, alongside a newfound relevance and indignation. Not that it's all seriousness and soul-searching. Wolfenstein's kinetic, high-risk, high-reward combat is even better tuned up, with customizable dual-wielding laying on even more strategic carnage, just as hatchets and exo abilities blow up the stealth. Brainy, brawny, big, brash, and beautiful, MachineGames' new wave of Wolfenstein remains some of the smartest and most unique FPS around. 

26. Doom

This modern reboot is worthy of the name Doom, and is basically the FPS equivalent of a muscular body: it's speedy, empowering, and hits incredibly hard. You awake as the classic Doomguy to begin another spree of demon genocide on a Mars colony, with a surprisingly intriguing plotline that explains how you're able to murder so many Hellspawn. There's a primal satisfaction to whipping out a Super Shotgun, blasting an Imp's innards into oblivion, and then performing a lighting-fast, stunningly violent Glory Kill on the demon who caught shrapnel just behind him. The classic weapons and enemy types benefit from new additions like upgrades and double-jumping, making Doom one of the most frenetically fun shooters of all time. Also, you can grab it super cheap now.

25. Dishonored 2

The first Dishonored was so great there isn’t much room for manoeuvre here, in terms of quality: you’re again getting an options-packed adventure brimming with deftly woven narrative tales, set in a thoroughly believable world. What Dishonored 2, set 15 years later, adds is a second playable character – choose between original hero Corvo or super-powerful protege Emily. Supernatural abilities such as the latter’s grapple-like Far Reach again deliver both flair and fun, while a small-but-major improvement to melee combat is being able to turn a parry into a non-lethal knockout, making murder less of a necessity if stealth is your jam. The only notable drawback is assumed knowledge – the storyline makes little sense if you've not played the first game.  

24. Rise of the Tomb Raider

Exactly two decades on from her PlayStation debut – hence the PS4 version of Rise of the Tomb Raider being subtitled the '20 Year Celebration' edition – Lara Croft delivers another must-own round of substantive combat and taxing-yet-enjoyable puzzling. The storyline, with Ms. Croft venturing through Siberia in an attempt to complete her father's work in the lost city of Kitezh, doesn't scream originality but packs in some genuine shocks, while the platforming and zip-lining mechanics take Lara to heights she's never before reached – and not just figuratively. Choose to pick it up on PS4 and you also get all previous DLC, a new co-op Endurance option, and Blood Ties single-player content. And you really should choose to pick it up.

23. Fallout 4

Hitting PS4 with the atomic force of a Fat Boy, Fallout 4’s excellent gunplay and crafting systems can trigger a nasty case of RPG-itis. Don't worry though, there's a Stimpak for that. There’s so much to do in this post-apocalypse it's almost terrifying and quite often you'll set off to complete a mission and get completely side-tracked when you find something wonderful/horrific along the way. Giving the main character a proper voice adds an extra layer of polish to proceedings, and the expanded set of companions and customization options are very welcome too. It’s not without its faults (or vaults), but the scale of Bethesda’s wasteland will keep you bunkered down for weeks. Slosh in the extensive DLC additions available in the complete Game of the Year version and you’ll never want to return from the Wasteland. 

22. Titanfall 2

Titanfall 2 is an absolute colossus of a game. It was one of the biggest surprises of 2016, as it delivered a smart campaign and enhanced the killer mulitplayer of the original (which was Xbox-only). The story is overflowing with unique twists in a genre that long ago anchored itself in a sea of wash-rinse-repeat, offering true freedom while still retaining a sense of the familiar. Its navigation and combat feel truly three-dimensional, and its big-gun battles are an adrenaline rush even Optimus Prime would struggle to contain. A special, special game which, in execution, is anything but robotic. 

21. Monster Hunter World

We knew Monster Hunter World was going to deliver something special but no one expected quite the level of depth and beauty awaiting within Capcom's updated action RPG, or how quickly we'd add it to our list of best PS4 games. Despite being the most accessible Monster Hunter yet, you're still going to have to wade through some intimidating tutorials to get to the good stuff but smash through that wall and be dangerously prepared to lose all of your time here. Endless weapon types, huge creatures, constantly gorgeous environments, and a terrifyingly addictive loot for spoils system means Monster Hunter will have its claws in you from the get-go. Oh, and don't forget to aim for those weakspots. You'll thank us later. If you're looking for more help, check out our Monster Hunter World tips. 

20. Battlefield 1

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