Before The Last of Us: The top five PS4 games of 2014 so far

HITC writes: "Here’s 5 of our favourite PS4 games for the year so far while we're putting The Last of Us Remastered through its paces."

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LOGICWINS1506d ago

Already have Second Son and TLOU Remastered. Just need to get Tomb Raider, Sleeping Dogs, Wolfenstein, AC Unity, and Metro Redux.

And then, its on to the 2015 titles.

I've owned the PS1, PS2, and PS3 early in their lifecycles. Never have I had this many games on a PS console that I ACTUALLY want to buy. People who are saying that there are no games to play so far this gen are apparently not looking hard enough.

e-p-ayeaH1506d ago (Edited 1506d ago )

enjoying your remasterstation4 i see

LOGICWINS1506d ago

Loving it! Thank you :)

geddesmond1506d ago

FF14, seriously any RPG player would absolutely love this game. 3 months in and I'm still not bored with the game. This is wjy mt PS4 consumes power.

Kingdomcome2471506d ago

Tomb Raider, albeit the predecessor to Uncharted, really took a lot of pages out of Naughty Dog's playbook in the reboot. They still managed to make it their own though, and I loved it. I haven't had the chance to play Transistor yet. I've heard nothing but great things.

EvilWay1506d ago

I agree. Tomb Raider was better than I expected it to be, I look forward to playing the new one

VeryNicePerson1506d ago (Edited 1506d ago )

I have to disagree with you about Tomb Raider. This game took so much elements from other games [not only Uncharted] that it lacks identity. It's not a bad thing to pick ideas from others but you have to create your own style and unfortunately, I did not find anything fresh in this Tomb Raider.

It is a good/enjoyable game but also a really forgettable one. If there wasn't this "definitive edition", no one would even talk about it.

Actually, the only thing I remembered is that I spent ~17 hours shooting enemies with my full auto Bow.

Survival aspect [not talking about the lame first 30 min], less action oriented and more explorations/tombs focus would be for the best.

Will see in TR2 ...

Kingdomcome2471506d ago

I, agree that it was nothing unique or groundbreaking. It was incredibly polished though, and I enjoyed it. I would've liked to have seen something fresh, and inventive, but as you said we'll see in TR2. :)

starchild1506d ago (Edited 1506d ago )

I think it had plenty of its own identity. I loved the experience of playing through that game. I can't really think of any other game that felt like it. Even the Uncharted games felt distinctly different than it.

There's nothing truly new under the sun. If you make a great game it is absolutely going to have elements in common with many other games. But the way you mix those ingredients to form a distinct whole is what is important and I think the Tomb Raider devs did exactly that.

Imalwaysright1506d ago (Edited 1506d ago )

You mean the same pages that ND took from countless other devs playbook?

starchild1506d ago

No, Naughty Dog invented those things.


Spotie1506d ago

What pages were those?

What's with people making accusatory claims, then having nothing to back them up?

Imalwaysright1506d ago (Edited 1506d ago )

@ Hicken

If you want to pretend that Uncharted is somehow a revolutionary game then so be it but don't expect to pull the wool over the eyes of people that started playing games well before 3D started to take its 1st steps in this industry.

Killswitch/Winback/MGS2 --> cover system
RE4, Splinter Cell --> Over the shoulder view
Prince of Persia/ TR Legend --> Platforming
Hydlide games --> Health regeneratiom
Tomb Raider --> Template that Uncharted follows
MGS --> Cinematic feel
Zelda --> Option to save the game

If there is any other aspect of the game that I'm not remembering let me know and I'll tell you who did it 1st. One thing is for sure, it wasn't ND.

All_Consoles1506d ago (Edited 1506d ago )

Rogue legacy is probably my favorite ps4 game so far, I've been playing it on vita though. I platinumed resogun though so that's in my list too

lolosgolos1506d ago

The question is whether the last of us is the best game on the playstation 4 ?

LightDiego1506d ago (Edited 1506d ago )

Infamous, Wolfenstein and Transistor are great, didn't like Watch Dogs, but it has a great potential for a sequel, Tomb Raider is cool, a little overrated in my opinion. Oddworld, The Swapper and Rogue Legacy could be on the list.
The Last of Us? Perfect! :3

GW2121506d ago (Edited 1506d ago )

Agreed. Wasn't a watch dogs fan. Had a feeling i wouldn't like it which is why I got it for my xb1 (my "casual" console). Infamous and wolfenstein were very solid.

I'm in the middle of my first play through of TLOUR, I was an XB360 guy last gen. It's crazy good. Multiplayer is amazing as well, one of the best I've ever played.

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