A selection of games are now available on PlayStation 4 as several titles arrived to the platform this year. Many of the best PS4 games of 2016 really stand out to have the chance to be in the “Game of the Year” awards season. As 2016 has not ended yet, many potentially amazing titles are yet to come.Here are the 10 of the best PS4 games of 2016:
Batman Arkham VR by Rocksteady ($19)
Many want to be a hero like Batman, and that is what exactly “Batman Arkham VR” does for gamers. This first-person experience offers a superhero immersion that can be completed in about 90 minutes. The gamer solves puzzles and battles with bad guys.
BioShock – The Collection by Irrational Games / 2K Marin ($59)
Irrational Games has compiled three games in one title resulting to a much loved franchise, “BioShock Collection.” “BioShock” provides first-person combat and a storyline mixed with political intrigue in a contemporary masterpiece.
Bloodborne by FromSoftware ($16.89)
The quasi-industrial era “Bloodborne” has been stylistically interesting, playing like a role-playing game in a hidden difficulty mode that can test the gamer’s patience. That makes victory more rewarding. As a hunter, the gamer makes his way through Yharnam city where a curse turned the locals into beasts. It is not a horror game, but its fights are terrifying with monsters and traps everywhere.
Fallout 4 by Bethesda ($28.99)
One of the games published by its developer, “Fallout 4” is everything. A massively detailed world of looting and shooting with an intriguing story of subplots and side quests, plus a soundtrack that brings life to an already great game.
Grand Theft Auto V by Rockstar Games ($36.98)
Among the best PS4 games of 2016 is “Grand Theft Auto V” – the best golf game, tennis sim, a great racer, a yoga champ and even a serviceable massively multiplayer online game. The three characters Trevor, Michael and Franklin bring out three different perspectives. Trevor brings out the rampage killer in players when they play video games. Michael is a troubled criminal with a dysfunctional family while Franklin is the typical rags-to-riches character.
Hitman by IO Interactive ($59)
“Hitman” provides a selection of unique global playgrounds for the gamer to wreak havoc upon. The game has been around since PS2, never found footing on PS3 and its reboot for PS4 has huge open-world levels that make it far better than its predecessors. Agent 47 has several opportunities available that have grown crazier each episode.
PES 2017 by Konami ($57)
Konami has produced one of the greatest football video games ever with “PES 2017.” The game comes with enhanced modes, visuals and mechanics that can carry any virtual player away, making it to the list of the best PS4 games in 2016.
Overwatch by Blizzard Entertainment ($59)
“Overwatch” is a first-person-shooter game full of charm and personality that provides a well-balanced experience. This multiplayer that focuses on a diverse character design has a global team of superheroes who once stopped a robot revolution. It has a great number of characters, each with their set of abilities for players to choose from.
Rez Infinite by Enhance Games ($29.99)
One of the reasons to buy PlayStation VR is “Rez Infinite.” It offers an overwhelming and unique experience added to the already visually marvelous game. It revitalizes the way one play games with something better than anyone thought is ever possible.
The Last Of Us Remastered by Naughty Dog ($15.49)
Post-apocalyptic visions of the future are not new in video games, but “The Last of Us: Remastered” has a believable brutal and touching story of Joel and Ellie. The struggles of the characters wrapped around a stellar gameplay seem real that make the gamer uncomfortable but addicted.