PS4 Game Previews

The latest previews for upcoming PS4 games. Find out which exciting games are incoming soon and if they're likely to be amazing or terrible.

Uncharted on PS4: what we know about The Nathan Drake Collection

As far as third person adventure thrills go it is hard to match the Uncharted series. Naughty Dog and Sony’s game series has brought out the hidden Indiana Jones in all of us as we follow series protagonist Nathan Drake on his various escapades. Sony is now readying Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, which ports the three (now classic) Uncharted…

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Street Fighter V – An Early Look

Before Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter and its sequels were all the rage with players who loved having the opportunity to fight as different warriors from around the world with a variety of different skills in 2D scrolling action. I remember playing against my friends when I was younger on Street Fighter II: Turbo on the Super Nintendo system. It was…

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Kingdom Hearts 3 - What can we Expect?

Kingdom Hearts is a unique blend of Disney characters and worlds with Final Fantasy characters and gameplay. It follows a young boy named Sora who has to travel to different worlds based on Disney movies and fight a variety of villains with Disney characters such as Donald Duck and Goofy at his side, and all this in an attempt to…

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Until Dawn Preview

If horror movies have taught us anything, it is that you do not spend your summer in a cabin in the woods.  Especially if you’re a group of young adults, you’re just asking for trouble and it’s not just because you’ll make bad decisions while you’re there.  Or perhaps it is in Supermassive Games’ new title, Until Dawn. When eight…

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What We Want: Fallout 4

In what was probably the most obvious reveal since Superman’s secret identity (we were pretty dumb kids in the 80‘s, apparently), we got a countdown from Bethesda. It was a simple timer, done up in a 50s style, with the words “Please Stand By” in the background; to most people, it’s pretty unassuming, but to fans of Bethesda’s work, it…

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Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture: Story Driven Gameplay

In 2013 J.J. Abrams, director of the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and Gabe Newell, managing director of Valve, spoke about the storytelling limitations inherent in both games and films. Films can feel immersive, but they lack the interactivity that gamers love. Games, however, are all about interactivity, but this interactivity naturally limits the storytelling ability of the medium.…

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – A Preview Of What’s Expected

With only a matter of hours to go until The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is available, it's time to take a look what's expected. After numerous delays and teasers, the wait is finally over, and the sword-and-sorcery genre of RPGs is getting a boost that fans have been wanting for a long time. We’re, of course, talking about The Witcher…

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PS4 Game Preview: All Great Things in Threes

With E3 less than a month away, we’ve still got a nice run of games coming out before the summer lull, and while there are a lot of new titles coming out, we thought it’d be worthwhile to check out some of the most anticipated new additions to popular franchises. In honor of E3 (as well as the fact that…

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Project CARS Preview

We’ve all dreamed about being a motorsports professional and our eyes have been glued to our calendars waiting for the release of Project CARS. What sets this video game apart from the rivals like DriveClub and Need for Speed? We got the opportunity to play a demo of the upcoming video game due to be released next month in May…

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Rory McIlroy PGA Tour – EA’s New Vision

EA’s PGA Tour franchise first began way back in 1993, since then we’ve seen the series cerement itself as the number one video game for golf fans. Every year since we’ve been treated to an annual release of a PGA Tour game - that was until 2014, when EA skipped on a release for the first time in the series…

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No Man’s Sky - A Real AAA Indie Game?

The way video games across all platforms are going, there’s a pretty clear divide between big studios with big names, big budgets, and big press coverage, and the smaller indie game marketplace. Let’s not kid ourselves into thinking one is outright superior to the other, especially when games like Minecraft and Counter-Strike have already proven bigger successes than a lot…

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10 Reasons To Be Excited About God of War 3 Remastered

For many, the God of War video games are on the top of the list of the most played and loved video games of all time. When we heard about the release this year of the God of War 3 Remastered, we got a little too excited! There are many reasons why you too should get excited about the remastered…

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Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Preview

Get ready to join Nathan Drake on his next adventure around the world. Scale the sides of the cliffs and experience some pretty awesome near death experiences that the thriving world has to offer, in the upcoming instalment of the Unchartered series. This action-adventure shooter video game of the Unchartered series, has had gamers wanting more since the announcement released…

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Will Battlefield Hardline Impress?

EA’s giant first-person-shooter franchise is days away from a second release on the PS4, but this time things are set to be completely different. The series’ first began back in 2002 and has since had a very predictable theme. However, this is all set to change with the release of Battlefield Hardline. This change is a very interesting one and…

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Looking ahead to Batman Arkham Knight

Batman seems to be a character who is always going through a constant evolution. From the silly Adam West television show, to Tim Burton’s film adaptation, to the dark Batman: The Animated Series, to Christopher Nolan’s gritty Dark Knight trilogy, to the newest Batman origin story in the television show Gotham, it’s clear that the Batman story is its own…

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5 Huge Titles Coming in 2015

With 2014 now coming to a close, not to forget we've still got big titles incoming soon (GTA V, COD: Advanced Warfare, etc), it’s about time to take a look at which huge titles will be heading to PS4 in 2015. If you thought this year has been good so far, you’d best take note of what is set for…

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7 Reasons Why Bloodborne Will Be Amazing

Quite unexpectedly, developer From Software pulled a few major hits with titles like Demon’s Souls, and of course, Dark Souls I and II.  All three of these titles perfectly capture a certain atmosphere and concept that’s been inherent in video gaming since the very beginning, that being dark fantasy with monsters. One could argue that they’re really just fully realized…

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Tropico 5 Preview

Having already muscled its way onto the PC via the steam service, Tropico 5 provides exactly the sort of oft-hilarious dictator simulator experience that the series is renowned for.  Of course, at the heart of the title is a simulation system allowing for building and construction management like no other, replete with metered updates which allow you to gauge the…

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Top PS4 Games Due Out Before Next Year (2015)

Typically speaking, it isn’t until a console is at least a year or two old until we see some really dynamite titles released for it. Of course, the PlayStation 4 already has some really great games under its belt, but what’s to come could be considered yet another step up from ordinary. While 2015 looks to be a banner year…

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6 Upcoming PS4 Accessories You Should Consider Getting

By now you probably have more than a few excellent games in your PS4 library and are looking at ways to expand upon the basic experience with some accessories, right?  Maybe you just want to get a look at what’s to come so that you can make plans concerning what to buy next?  Whatever the reason might be, the 6…

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8 Reasons Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Will Be Amazing

Since 2003, Call of Duty has been capturing the minds, hearts and thumbs of gamers around the world. Call of Duty, the first release in a series published by Activision in 2003, won more than 80 Game of the Year awards. Each of the 13 subsequent releases in the series has continued to uphold that tradition. November 4, 2014 marks…

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Destiny Beta (Impressions)

Today is July 17th and the Beta for Bungie’s new epic masterpiece, Destiny just went live. Naturally, anyone that wants to see this game in action ahead of its autumn release should dive right in, but assuming you can’t for some reason, here’s a handy little piece which will provide you with the basic impressions… The very first thing to…

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Rise of the Tomb Raider Preview

Developer Crystal Dynamics certainly has its hands full in trying to provide a suitable follow up to the recent release / reboot “Tomb Raider” (which effectively rebranded the series and brought it back up to modern standards).  While we still aren’t afforded much more insight into new developments with this upcoming blockbuster we do know that it is poised to…

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10 Awesome Things you’ll be able to do in The Order: 1886

Whatever initially pulled you in to strike up interest in “The Order: 1886” (developed by Ready at Dawn and SCE Santa Monica Studio), whether it be the game’s decidedly steampunk stylings or the overall intrigue of the title’s plot, it cannot be denied that this is a highly interesting new IP.  Simply put, there really aren’t that many companies making…

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Bloodborne Preview

Japanese developer FromSoftware has done it again, with yet another hit on their hands: Bloodborne, previously known as Project Beast. The official trailer is online and already has players drooling over the gruesome graphics and grimy, grotesque NPCs.Footage of the upcoming game was released last month, and viewers soon found out that this was the top-secret project that was discussed…

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Jamestown + Preview

When the original Jamestown: Legend of the Lost Colony game came online in 2011 it was hailed as something of an instant classic by 16-bit aficionados and retro enthusiasts.  Quite simply, it was able to deliver all the standardized tropes you’d expect to find in game of its type, yet though it all, still manage to deliver some excellent, deep…

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Reasons Why The Crew Is Going To be Awesome

At first glance, Ivory Tower and Ubisoft Reflections’ “The Crew” seems to be just another modern racing game featuring the same kind of appealing graphics and action-based drama that we know and love.  However, lurking beneath its hook there’s another incredulous facet to consider – this is going to be an open world game.   Sure, we’ve seen other racing franchises…

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Project CARS Preview

Before we go any further, we’d better define what Project CARS actually is. The last word there, “C.A.R.S.” is actually an acronym that stands for Community Assisted Racing Simulator.  That’s right; this is actually an independent development project where the goal is to create an awesome simulator with real-world physics and more believable gameplay.  They’ve even taken to enlisting the…

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The Golf Club Preview

This spring (2014), HB Studios is bringing a truly next-gen golfing game to the PS4 and Xbox One.  Dubbed “The Golf Club”, this rather fully-featured golf simulator seeks to bring a whole new level of realism to the forefront with stunning visuals and very accurate physics.  According to the game’s producer, Anthony Kyne, it’s also going to be running in…

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Wolfenstein: The New Order Preview

You don’t have to be a retro gaming fan to know whey the iconoclastic “Wolfenstein” franchise has been such a big hit.  In short, its distinctive brand of first-person shooter action basically defined the shooter genre, effectively laying the groundwork for what was to come. Of course now everything’s changed – graphics are ultra-realistic, the gunplay even more frantic, the…

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Trials Fusion Preview

The “Trials” series has forged a niche for itself within the video game world thanks to its uniquely deep, yet simple gameplay and highly appealing visuals.  Think of it as a sort of 3D enhanced, 2D side-scrolling motorbike-centric experience (or a radical modernization of the concepts explored in the “Excitebike” franchise of Nintendo fame, if you’re into retro gaming). With…

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