Top PS4 Games you cannot miss (Part 2)
Let’s continue on the list of top PS4 games you cannot miss.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Call of Duty: Modern Warface (2019) brings a refresh feeling to the bestselling FPS franchise - getting rid of the frills of zombies, jetpacks, double-jumps and futuristic gadgetry for a grounded take on what military engagement actually looks like in the 21st century. There's a reason why it is called Modern Warface, in 2007 Modern Warface was a landmark entry in the Call of Duty series, and Activision is trying to remake what made the game of the same name so successful. Modern Warface shows us about the gritty realities of war this time out, with the ‘modern’ of the ‘Modern Warfare’ title referring to the gear, weapons, and gadgetry being used today in the Middle East and Russia, rather than the far-flung fantasies of science fiction.
Even though Modern Warface has some obvious problems with regards to its campaign, it's still the best upgrade the series has witnessed yet - with tight shooting and more multiplayer modes than you can shake a stick at.
PS4 Pro Support? Yes, 4K but no HDR.
Red Dead Redemption 2
This is a brand new Rockstar game that can cause a major earthquake in the gaming scene. Red Redemption 2 with its wonderful open world that's full of things to do, and people to meet/rob/kill, is quite the masterpiece of game making. The world in the game is so realistic you may have to question yourself whether it's real or not when the morning mist rolls in, or the sun breaks through the clouds in the afternoon.
Moreover, the plot of the game is also amazing. Of course, I'm not gonna spoil the plot here but it's as gloriously epic as you'd expect from a Rockstar game - even if the opening few hours are a little slow. It opens a wonderful world to live in for a few weeks or months since there are so many things to see and explore that you are going to be wondering what that thing is on that mountain for a while to come.
PS4 Pro Support: Yes
Remedy Entertainment's Control is known as the dark horse of 2019 with an action-adventure with a difference. In Control, you will be playing as Jessie Faden, the newest director of the clandestine Federal Bureau of Control (FBC) - a Government agency that does research, and ultimately has a purpose of controlling paranormal activity. But Jessie's new position has a few problems not exactly listed in the job description, including the uprising of a paranormal force known only as of the Hiss.
The relationship with which Remedy has created many difficult genres both in film and in games with Control and still succeeded in delivering a mind-bending story evocative of True Detective and Twin Peaks is significantly noticeable.
People also give many reviews about Control, for example: "Control feels like what would happen if David Lynch licked a Petri dish full of Jungian psychology and SCP entries. The resulting hallucination would be Remedy’s latest mystery. It’s the videogame that connoisseurs of absurd cinema and the surreal have been waiting for."
PS4 Pro Support: No
Marvel's Spider-Man is one of the most fun, immediately joyful games you will ever play in your PlayStation. It looks amazing and the game is huge itself but what more impressive is the feel of swinging around New York as the web-slinger himself. In this game, there are many things for you to do and the variety of non-story stuff is exciting, but the real fun is in the slick, free, and utterly wonderful swinging. The fact that the story includes all the heart and humor of Spidey's latest Marvel outings makes this an already excellent super-hero game. With a great Photo Editor included and a stack of DLC on the way, you could be playing Spider-Man for months without getting bored and be completely satisfied when you've finished.
PS4 Pro Support: Yes
When Death Stranding was released in 2016 by Kojima Productions, it made people go from being confused to be excited. And the path to launch didn't see these feelings change much – they just swayed more into the confusion side. In this game, we see many interesting things from bottled babies, sea otter costumes to even the appearance of Conan O'Brien, and every new trailer filled us more with fear than hype. But the fear is totally worth it. Death Stranding is an amazing game that is not only beautiful but also unique. Without giving away too much, the premise is that you play as the deliveryman Sam Bridges who delivers special cargo in the wake of the Death Stranding - a mysterious phenomenon that wiped out many innocent lives. But of course, it's not that easy. Death Stranding brings special experience but it's maybe not everyone's favorite.
PS4 Pro Support? 4K resolution.
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain has different storytelling and a sense of wonder. It brings a level of freedom and creativity unheard of in any sandbox. It's something to be discovered for days, weeks, or even months - each little secret and the hidden slice of gameplay just waiting to be found and to make players rethink the way they approach the game.
Moreover, it has a killer '80s soundtrack and some amazing gruff voice-acting from Kiefer Sutherland. This is one of the games that is Grand, majestic and bittersweet at the same time. It's also been re-released as MGS5: The Definitive Experience, which contains prologue MGS5: Ground Zeroes plus all the Metal Gear Online DLC items, so that's definitely the version to go for.
PS4 Pro Support: No