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?
Changing aesthetic from 'Dry Urban Dilapidation Chic' to 'Irradiated Sea Fog Realness' is refreshing.
It doesn't hit the heights of Sapienza, but Marrakesh is another sterling Hitman episode.
Prison Architect is a full-on sim that will eat your time. If you fancy a dark look inside the running of a prison, look no further.
An interesting and imaginative remix.
Abzu is a testament to where we are with video game development and shows how diverse the medium can and should be, even if it's not quite as emotionally resonant as it perhaps could have been.
A familiar setting makes for some excellent kills in Hitman's latest episode.
An exceptionally gorgeous and superbly-balanced multiplayer game marred only by a hollow single-player campaign.
Better than the 360/PS3 versions in more than just looks, this is the best version of FIFA 14 you can buy.
Amidst a pretty lukewarm lineup of launch titles across both platforms, Resogun absolutely shines.
A melding of the established template and something just new enough, RedLynx’s creation is a wonderful thing.