Just bought a PlayStation 4 and want to know which games you should buy? You've come to the right place. This complete list of all PS4 games tells you which ones are unmissable, and which ones you should leave on the shelf. We've highlighted the games we've already reviewed, so just click on a name if you want to read more. Below the list, Team USG talk about their own personal favorites and explain why they're recommending them.
Directly below are games we've rated 5 stars
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- If you want to want to see which games the USgamer team personally recommends, click here.
The Very Best - Rated 5 Stars
Flower: The previous generation's definitive chill-out game gets a lovely visual makeover for the next. And it's still as cool as ever.
Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin: From Software once raised the bar for game design; now, they've done the same for HD remakes. Rest assured, this isn't just a lazy repackaging of old content. Even if you know the Kingdom of Drangleic like the back of your hand, you're in for many new surprises. And if you've never played Dark Souls II before, your patience has paid off: This is simply the best version of it you'll ever play. (Xbox One review: PS4 version is the same)
Axiom Verge : Although it closely follows the Metroidvania blueprint, the brilliantly designed and executed Axiom Verge adds enough new and original features to make it a truly great game in its own right. An absolute must for retro fans.
Watch Dogs: An astonishingly detailed world, a gripping storyline, creative game mechanics, a myriad of missions and activities, and improvisational tactical sandbox gameplay combine to create a truly next-generation open world game. Phenomenal. No other word for it.
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls - Ultimate Evil Edition: Perhaps the definitive version of Diablo III, Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition is streamlined, buttoned-down and an absolute joy to play - especially so when you start adding friends.
LittleBigPlanet 3: A tricky and challenging single-player game, joyously mad multiplayer action, and an incredibly in-depth creator mode combine to deliver what is without doubt, the best LittleBigPlanet game yet. Wonderful stuff.
Need for Speed: Rivals: EA's latest NFS game takes some of the best features from prior franchise entries and combines them with a seamless single-multiplayer mode to create an absolutely terrific, utterly bonkers race-and-chase game that looks and sounds as good as it drives.
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare: Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare's bright colors, cartoon graphics and humorous approach are the antithesis of most first-person shooters. But don't be fooled. It's as good as any out there - and very likely an awful lot more fun. (Xbox One review: PS4 version is the same)
Up next are the games we've rated 4.5 stars. Click here to go to that page.