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?
A Mikami megamix of sorts that doesn't hit the heights of the director's previous work, but is enjoyable all the same.
Mixing futuristic tech with established fundamentals, Sledgehammer has created the first truly impressive Call of Duty in years.
A superb football game held back by a frustrating flaw in its passing game, this is the best football title on new-gen. But it could have been the best of all-time.
A worthy addition to the Dragon Age series, but it takes some time to prove it.
Unity may have the intention of being Assassin’s Creed’s next-gen reinvention, but it’s remarkably faithful to its roots.
Evolution rather than revolution, and better for it, Far Cry 4 is the best the series has to offer.
LEGO Batman 3 starts slow and then gets a lot better, and then overwhelms with so much content it's hard to be disappointed.
LBP3 reaches new highs for the series by delivering some of the best levels and gameplay yet seen, but also disappoints with a fleeting campaign.
Geometry Wars 3 makes big changes, but retains the excellent core gameplay and delivers another addictive blaster.
Dying Light is a pleasant surprise. Compulsive and well built, it's let down by repetitive missions and a feeling of familiarity.