PlayStation 4 Reviews
Even if you get beyond the bugs, it's just not worth it.
A showcase of how limited even a good Call of Duty can be.
The Yakuza series treads new ground, finding its next legend in the process.
The makers of Octodad are serving up another charming oddity on PS4, PS5, and PC.
A fantastic historical setting is once again weighed down by all the cruft we've come to associate with Assassin's Creed.
Anyone can wear the mask, but this one belongs to Miles Morales.
Stomp around future London as anyone, from an old punk rocker to poor podcaster.
EA's hockey sim includes a long-awaited update to a classic mode, but legacy issues drag it down to the ice.
Terror and catharsis intermingle in this superb sequel to a horror classic.
EA's soccer franchise tries to score one more goal before full-time is called on the current console generation.
Vanillaware's latest is a twisty sci-fi melodrama, with a bland side of RTS.
Vicarious Visions delivers an exhilarating, near-unbruised remake of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 and 2.
The two sides of Marvel's Avengers fight each other, ultimately bringing down the entire adventure.
Solid improvements to the gameplay are marred by subpar single-player modes and a huge number of bugs.
The latest viral hit is actually pretty fun—if you can weather its prolific server issues.
Bandai Namco's arcade port is an odd but wonderful anachronism.
With cross-play and a Switch launch looming, now feels like a fine time for a reevaluation.
First Strike Games's new arena shooter is briefly delightful, but it's unlikely to have much staying power.
The era of the PlayStation 4 ends with this rousing samurai adventure.
The developer behind Shadow Tactics lands another headshot on the real-time stealth tactics genre.
Naughty Dog crafts an amazing sequel, but does it surpass the original?
The Elder Scrolls Online heads to one of the franchise's most famous locations.
V1 Interactive's debut is solid, but the result is still a bit hollow.
This lighter spin on the Diablo formula has some life in it.
This remaster will remind you of why you loved Saints Row: The Third in the first place.
It's wonderful to see these stranded Wii U heroes find a home on the Switch, but The Wonderful 101: Remastered is swarming with imperfections.
Predator's latest video game outing is rough around the edges.
Sakura Wars' reboot revives mech combat and incredibly uncomfortable romances.
A classic 2D RPG classic does even better in the 3D realm.
Disaster Report returns to the West, only now it's without what made the oddball series special in the first place.
Square Enix returns to an old favorite, but it's definitely not playing it safe.
Nemesis is back and gnarlier than ever. And now, he's easier to deal with.
It's just you, a chainsaw, and a shotgun against all the hordes of Hell. It's not a fair fight... for them.
Opening Day may have been delayed, but The Show must go on.
Team Ninja delivers a Souls experience with a heaping handful of options obfuscating the sublime combat.
The Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection brings some love to heroes previously restricted to portable screens.
Media Molecule wants you to reach into the depths of your imagination and recreate Crash Bandicoot.
Another game finally revisits the Legacy of Goku.
Wattam is a delightful game about friendship, the world, and poop, from the mind behind Katamari.
King of Cards is the most ambitious Shovel Knight game to date, but it's not quite the best.
An excellent arena battler that transcends Shovel Knight's boundaries in unexpected ways.
Life Is Strange's sequel has wrapped up, so our journey with Sean and Daniel has come to an end.
Respawn bursts on the scene with one of the best Star Wars games in ages, but there's a dark side.
Need For Speed Heat isn't good enough to compete.
Hideo Kojima’s first independent effort is an unexpected bridge to the PS2.
This year's Call of Duty is a reinvention, and it both goes too far and not far enough.
MediEvil is revived for our modern era, but we question if it should've been.
Seek out new life and new civilizations, and then steal stuff from them.
The Trails saga still shines like polished steel.
Pixelopus' tale of childhood is certainly easy on the eyes.
The lack of new loot and a so-so campaign weighs down an otherwise solid expansion for Destiny 2.
The Ghosts face off against the Wolves in new type of Ghost Recon.
Indivisible's personable cast and engaging battle system carry the experience across its rough patches.
Deck 13 continues to march forward in the increasingly-crowded Soulslike genre.
A brand new mode and some much-improved gameplay highlight an ambitious update for FIFA.
NBA 2K20's excellence in some areas is marred by an uneven story mode and some major online problems.
Leave Pandora behind, as you take to the stars to shoot and loot people on other planets.
There's substance in this stylish new game in the River City Ransom universe.
One of the generation's best action games gets a terrific expansion.
The Persona team's puzzle-romance horror returns for a PlayStation 4 makeover.
Supermassive Games turns its horror formula into a communal experience.
First we lay waste to Nazis with our A.I. sister, but now we've done so with actual other players too. Thus we've updated our review with a score!
With these hands we will destroy, and with these hands we will rebuild.
Now, this is a story all about how, our life got flipped—turned upside down.
An eerie space station adventure that's derailed by some questionable design decisions.
Bullets flying, fists crunching, and bodies falling. Rage is back with its own flavor of rip and tear.
Not just the best baseball sim of the generation, but one of the best sports sims period.
With the Battle Pass in full force, we figured it's time to finally review the biggest smash of the year.
An opportunity to save the world doesn't happen every day you know! Savor it.