It’s no secret that I love the Dark souls series. The in-depth and story telling (for me) is some of the best in any media. This game makes you work for the story and when you do that it gives you something very rewarding.
Journey has become a free downloadable game to all PS4 owners during the pandemic quarantine of 2020 as part of its Play at Home program. They had also included the Nathan Drake Uncharted Collection but every PlayStation 4 owner probably owns that game already.
The day has come for dreamers to get the full experience of Dreams. Change up to the Dream Shaping now like the Dream surfing but only flaw is that I don't have a clue how to delete a project if you don't like it. Not a big deal. If anybody knows leave a commit. Also running low on space. Need to delete some creations.
Around a year ago, Playstation 4 owners were blessed with the wonders of Marvel's Spider-Man. The game was hugely anticipated by fans and was met with great acclaim when it was released. Insomniac's creation finally allowed gamers to experience the world from the wall-crawler's perspective. One year later, the game still has a lasting appeal.
A legendary gamer party requires meticulous planning around technology, hardware and grub. Everything must appeal to the gamer’s raw instincts, with classic combinations such as Cheetos and Mountain Dew & Red Bull and Chicken Wings present at the party.
Vandal Hearts was released to the Playstation by Konami in 1996. It was later released to the Sega Saturn as well.
Let me just start off by saying that the Spider-Man PS4 exclusive game made by Insomniac in 2018 is one of my favourite games of all time and probably game of the year for me personally. I found its storytelling and gameplay mechanics to be perfectly balanced (as all things should be) and the game was just flat out fun.
Suikoden Tactics is a strategy game, or sometimes called a tactical rpg, for the PS2. Being developed and published by Konami, you know it’s gotta be worth playing… but we’ll get to that.
In an age where Final Fantasy’s success is hit or miss, one may wonder what franchise is going to truly lead the evolution of Japanese role-playing games? Persona 5, which is the fifth, sixth, and seventh Persona game, depending on who you ask, breaks away almost completely from the Megami Tensei parent series, and presents the player with what I can best describe as a Sly Cooper-esque RPG, crossed with Inception and previous Persona games’ fundamental mechanics. Persona 5’s identity is so fully realized that it’s still hard to believe it exists in the same realm as Persona 3 and four, let alone anything before those two. This feels like the game that JRPG fans have been waiting many years for. This game marks a turning point for its franchise, as it is now more publicly recognized than ever. Atlus gave this game their full attention, taking what was once a niche, budget sub-series of theirs into a full-blown, large scale and complex game, that feels like an incredibly high point of their development efforts thus far.