Top PS4 Games of All Time
‘Of all time’ is a rather grand statement, as the concept of that amount of time is hard to get a grip on. But at least when we’re talking about the PlayStation 4, time only stretches back to the end of 2013 when the console launched. What is time anyway? Are we even real? Is our universe just be a projection of another cosmos? When you consider things like this, looking at a list of the top PlayStation 4 games of all time seems insignificant. Why are you even reading this when the world has so much more to offer, if indeed it is physical and not rendered inside a massive server farm, our bodies stored in slimy liquid-filled chambers and overseen by an army of robots.
But that’s enough of that. If you really have nothing better to do with your day and life than browse a list of the best PS4 games, here is that list. Will any be timeless?
Dying Light is a pleasant surprise. Compulsive and well built, it's let down by repetitive missions and a feeling of familiarity.
The Assignment is a reasonably-sized add-on which fleshes out The Evil Within's story while building on what made it so enjoyable in the first place.
If you're new to the series or looking to jump in, you could well be playing this until Gearbox release Borderlands 3.
A worthy technical upgrade, but changes to enemy spawn locations serve to add frustration and highlight issues with the original release.
Titan Souls is one of the most interesting titles I've played this year. Some issues aside, this is a unique and memorable experience.
Absurd, gruesome, ridiculous fun.
A welcome addition to the main game, The Consequence deepens The Evil Within while being satisfying in its own right.
It's been a long road to release, but Project Cars delivers.
Technical issues mean the PC version wins out, but this is still a memorable, inventive adventure.
Beautiful and intriguing, frustrating and flawed, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture is nevertheless still worthy of your time.