Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included a few new screenshots of the upcoming PS4 exclusive NiOh, that will get a beta scheduled for this August.
Some freaky enemy designs there.
B-but PS4 has no games coming in 2016, as long as you don't mention NiOh or GT Sport or The Last Guardian or NMS or The Tomorrow Children or ABZU or Bound...o-r all those PSVR games like RIGs. P-plus we all know games released in the first half of 2016 don't count so don't you dare bring up U4/R&C/MLB. A-and Sony lost E3 because they didn't show these above games we already knew about, instead they only dropped huge surprises, but because I don't know when they release, they obviously don't count.
Also Gravity Rush 2. :)
Also Kingdom Hearts 2.8 if u wanna count remasters.
Very good point and some people act like everyone has played all the games that have released. I still haven't played Ratchet and Clank or even Uncharted 4 yet. I'm getting U4 this weekend though and I can't wait! I've been playing the collection waiting until I could get it. All the titles you mentioned plus all the third party titles also releasing this year are gonna keep me busy for quite some time. Also the future looks very bright with everything that was shown at E3 by Sony.
R&C is in a stack next to me, still even in shrink. My backlog is huge, sigh...
Also Iam Setsuna.
Damn! That's a digital title for me. Awesome screens and designs. The monsters face that caught the boot is hilarious.
WoW Those are some seriously scary big boss designs. Can't wait to play it! Day 1 for sure!
Woohoo Playstation Nioh!!!
This game is already day one, since i finished the first demo.
Samurai character are awesome. This game is perfect for my collection.
My most anticipated game this gen
When I first seen this game, I thought it was just another dark souls rip off. But when I actually played the demo, I sat and played it for about 3 hours. Which I have never done before. So to the point! Game looks amazing.
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