Opening our list of Top 25 PlayStation 4 Games so far is… Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition. Larian Studios’ groundbreaking creation is the ideal CRPG. This enhanced edition features high quality visuals, a new storyline and content for the would-be adventurers. Control your character as you see fit and explore its world filled with magic and environmental hazards. It has a PlayScore of 8.91.
Night In The Woods Driven by a fantastic story and thoughtful exploration, this product of a successful startup campaign has rocked the Indie charts. Follow Mae in her adventure as she returns home to find a mysterious change in her hometown and a strange presence in the woods.
Meet adorable anthropomorphic creatures and bask in its beautiful soundtrack. This game has a Playscore of 8.92
Final Fantasy VII The classics ain’t dead and this PS4 port to one of the highest rated Final Fantasy game of all time remains a crowning achievement to Square Enix. Follow Cloud Strife and friends as they stop an evil megacorporation from tearing Midgar apart.
We can’t wait for the remake! It has a PlayScore of 8.92.
Nioh Geralt’s long lost twin makes an equally brutal adventure in Medieval Japan. Follow the journey of a Western Samurai named William as he slays almost every ugly creature in Japanese myth in a personal quest for revenge. Its third-person action adventure is reminiscent to the Souls series, but with a Samurai feel.
It has a PlayScore of 8.92
Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR– This sixteenth entry to the long-running Guilty Gear series returns with more flashy hand-drawn animations and over 23 playable characters. This sequel to Guilty Gear SIGN is polished as ever with its refined combat and interesting campaign. Not to mention its colorful cel-shaded visuals make every combat satisfying. It has a PlayScore of 8.95
Shovel Knight Another successful Kickstarter game. Return to the nostalgic days of the classic Platforming Genre and witness an adorable tale of a courageous Knight saving her beloved from an evil Enchantress. Use your trusty shovel to dig deeper into the game’s story. Don’t forget to pick up their 2 additional DLC’s that adds new content to the game. It has a PlayScore of 8.96
Batman: Arkham Knight This explosive finale to the award-winning series from Rocksteady gives a worthy send-off to our favorite Caped-Crusader.
Follow Batman as he stops Scarecrow and the Mysterious Arkham Knight from releasing his powerful toxin that could destroy Gotham City. Ride the Batmobile and drive around the streets of Gotham stopping criminals. Be the Bat because this game has a PlayScore of 8.96
Ratchet & Clank Just like the previous games, not much has changed when it comes to these dynamic duo. This re-imagining of PlayStation’s most iconic characters brings the best entry to the PlayStation 4. It feels like a completely new game with improved visuals, cool new weapons and fun moments that rekindles the classic.
It receives a PlayScore of 8.98
What Remains Of Edith Finch You might think of this as some sort of horror game, but it’s not. Similar to Gone Home’s atmosphere, take a stroll around a cursed Washington with repressed memories about a lingering past. Follow Edith Finch as she uncovers the mystery between her family’s death.
It’s almost as if this game exists in a dreamlike state due to its realism. It receives a PlayScore of 8.99
The Talos Principle: Deluxe Edition There’s nothing more alluring than Devolver Digital’s Philosophical puzzler. This Deluxe Edition brings out a content worthy of the experienced puzzlers.
Road To Gehenna serves as a challenging upgrade to their usual kind of puzzles, it’s a strange adventure set apart by the original’s complexity. It receives a PlayScore of 9.02
Fallout 4 Bethesda’s gift for open-world adventure radiates brighter in this latest installment to its radioactive franchise. Embark on a Post-Apocalyptic Boston and find the men responsible for killing your wife and kidnapping your son.
The game come with new features that include faster combat and a customizable village that gives out “fun” settlement quests that need help. It has a PlayScore of 9.02
Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir Already wearing the crown for the Best PS Vita videogame on our list last year, this remastered version of the Norse classic is beautiful in its own scale. Step into a fantasy world brimming with interwoven storylines and hand-crafted visuals that make your eyes pop. Once again, this is how you make a good remaster. It receives a PlayScore of 9.03
Overwatch Blizzard’s latest IP still remains as a staple for modern MMOFPS.
Open your loot boxes, escort payloads, contest points and battle in a fast-paced environment with its lovable cast of 24 heroes. With its success, it gained numerous Game of the Year Awards from various gaming sources. It has a PlayScore of 9.07
NieR: Automata This is the latest spin-off of Yoko Taro’s list of odd and unconventional games. It’s coming from the same universe that brought us Nier and the Drakengard series. Follow 2B, A2, and 9S as they scour the desolate Earth and recover resources to save Humanity on the brink of doom.
It’s a fast-paced hack and slash gameplay is oozing with style and sexiness. It has a PlayScore of 9.09
Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition This is the definitive Diablo III experience. The game has come a long way since its terrible launch problems. This time, feel the rush of loot-collecting and skill-developing with tons of possibilities. Pick from their wide array of classes and witness Diablo’s story at its peak. Aside from improved visuals, the game also packs the Reaper of Souls DLC.
It has a PlayScore of 9.12
Bloodborne FromSoftware decided to make a game that rivals the Souls series. This PlayStation 4 exclusive takes you to a world inspired by Lovecraftian horror. It’s brimming with Gothic landscapes and monsters that haunt you in your sleep.
The gameplay is a refined mix of fast-paced action and RPG. Just don’t get surprised if you feel stupid for dying multiple times. It has a PlayScore of 9.16
Dark Souls III Bloodborne’s brother and the original source for all our character’s countless deaths.
This final entry to the dark and gritty Souls series is astounding in every direction. The combat feels refined, the story is complex, and the monster designs will make your jaw drop. It even has two massive DLC’s that patches all the missing pieces. It’s definitely a worthy send-off to the franchise with a PlayScore of 9.19
Horizon Zero Dawn Guerilla Games’ big step towards Triple A Gaming also marks the beginning of their success. Take control of Aloy in her quest to unite the tribes to prepare for a greater threat. This open-world adventure takes you to a completely different world where mechanical beasts roam the lush-green Earth.
It’s also considered by many as Game of the Year material. It receives a PlayScore of 9.19
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Return to the final story of the Greatest Soldier in the 20th Century. Step into Venom Snake’s shoes as he exacts revenge in an evil organization that lusts for power.
The game was well-received and spawned numerous Game of the Year awards during its time. It’s open-world element and strategic stealth mechanic is a fantastic gameplay to surpass all fantastic gameplays. It has a PlayScore of 9.24
The Witcher III: Wild Hunt Geralt’s final quest is filled with peril. CD Projekt Red’s masterpiece proved that Western Developers can still make an open-world game with passion. Traverse around its Medieval setting and face off horrendous beasts with Geralt’s ferocity.
Find your missing daughter Ciri and witness one of the greatest RPG’s ever made. It has a PlayScore of 9.24
Journey One of the few Indie games that gained numerous awards and success over the course of its time. Thatgamecompany’s creation is an essential experience for the casual players. Roam around an endless desert while meeting people online who can’t talk. Solve puzzles, uncover secrets and get drawn into a strange journey worth taking.
It receives a PlayScore of 9.29
Grand Theft Auto V Before Rockstar launches Red Dead Redemption 2, we’re still having so much fun with our virtual playground. Grand Theft Auto V is the biggest GTA game to date. It’s filled with memorable characters, iconic missions, and a beautiful city of Los Santos to fuck around. Everyone knows what Grand Theft Auto is, and it has a PlayScore of 9.34
The Last Of Us Remastered Naughty Dog’s feels simulator is also one of PlayStation’s essential games. Originally a PS3 classic, follow Joel and Ellie in their quest to survive in a world where morality is nonexistent.
It’s packed with an emotional story that transcends videogame standards. We can’t wait for its sequel. It receives a PlayScore of 9.38
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End There’s no denying Naughty Dog is one PlayStation’s biggest developer of highest-rated games. The Uncharted series is no stranger to it, either. This finale to Nathan Drake’s globetrotting adventure is off the charts. Set sail in a mysterious Pirate City filled with gold and deception and uncover the mystery of a long-forgotten Pirate story.
It’s Naughty Dog’s most beautiful game yet. It has a PlayScore of 9.44.
And the best PlayStation 4 Game so far is Persona 5 Did you see this coming? With the success of PS Vita’s Persona 4 Golden, Atlus steps up their game to give you a JRPG filled with substance and style. Follow a group of notorious Phantom Thieves as they steal the hearts of corrupted men and reform society. Returning to its formula is the day to day balance between a regular high schooler in Japan and a dungeon-crawling master at night. Jive into the game’s jazzy tunes because this game has a PlayScore of 9.45