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Uncharted 4 has everything you'd want from the next iteration of the series; a game engine refined, lush and beautiful graphics and a story that concludes the Nathan Drake saga.
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD ditches the turn-based style of most of the franchise entries for straight action-oriented gameplay & a vast array of characters. The setting & downtime between missions may put some players off, but the fast paced combat & mature story is more than enough to keep the game interesting
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt completes the series with its first entry on a Sony console. Controls & presentation are among the best of the generation.
Some flaws prevent it from being a terrific experience: directionless exploration & minimal storytelling but Hyper Light Drifter is a must play.
Until Dawn finds more gameplay variety combined with its stellar cinematic influence than most others, especially in the adventure genre it occupies.
Helldivers is one in a long line of recent twin stick shooters, and also one of the best in a genre striving for AAA status.
Broforce is a straight forward not exactly clever, side-scrolling action game built off of the mindless action movie tropes of the 80s and 90s.
The Order: 1886 features Arthurian knights fighting mythical beasts set in a steam-punkish version of London that doesn't quite meet expectations.
The PS2 generation doesn't get mentioned in the same breath of the PS1 generation in terms of their role-playing game offerings, yet there is a gluttony of high caliber games that deserve to get the same amount of love. To shed some light on these titles for the best PS2 RPGs
Because the Samurai game genre is not extensive, these have been chosen as some of the best Samurai games spanning multiple generations and platforms.
Here are the best PS1 RPGs. There are no restrictions on entries per franchise (so expect to see multiple entries from Final Fantasy). Games that are remakes, such as Chrono Trigger, or the Lunar Star series will also not be considered. The traditional RPG from the fifth generation is what will be considered
Metal Gear Solid games take place all over the world over fifty years, the Metal Gear Chronology is a visual representation of this global journey.
Metal Gear Solid is one of the best game series of all-time. A collection of convoluted plots, iconic storytelling & generation leading graphics that have garnered both praise &alienation from gamers and critics alike & is the pinnacle of game design. Here are the best Metal Gear Solid games in the series.
We've see these two huge pop culture influences, hip hop and video games combine to become rap video games, here are the worst to best.
These are the top games per console generation. This is a personal ranking, and just because a great game is not on here doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy it, but it’s also easier to look back now on many of these games and realize how much time and attention I gave them, and how willing I would go back and play it again.
I was a little too young to really get into the original Nintendo (NES). I knew Nintendo, I had many friends that had them, and to me, Nintendo was what we all called videogames. I played my fair share of Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt but it never really evolved passed that.
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (SotN) is one half of the Metroidvania genre where it reigns supreme because it didn't to enter the 3D realm.
A game that was different in terms of gameplay & story, our Vagrant Story review features a game with unmatched presentation in RPGs of the time.
Unfortunately some aspects of Fear Effect stand out as poor, especially by today's standards, preventing Fear Effect from standing the test of time.
Crash Team Racing might be the best kart racer of its era. Borrowing heavily from the Mario Kart series, CTR exceeds Mario Kart in several areas.
Often overlooked or under appreciated due to being sandwiched between FFVII & FFIX, Final Fantasy VIII is just as good if not better as other PS1 RPGs.
Uncharted is one of, if not the greatest series to grace the PlayStation, but how does the Vita version of Uncharted fair against its own series' such steep competition?
Guacamelee! exudes style & confidence as it takes the Mexican inspired cultural setting and combines it with a colorful story of love, honor & revenge.
Rogue Legacy features the charm of 8-bit gameplay combined with procedurally generated dungeons & is perfectly designed to pick up and go with the Vita.
Our Freedom Wars review explores a game that does a lot of things well but struggles in crucial ways, hindering its ability meet lofty expectations.