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Uncharted 4: A Thief

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“Had great potential... still waiting on another game like this one. : (”

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GigaBeer added 1 item to Favorite PS4 Games list
Uncharted 4: A Thief
Only on PS4 | Year: 2016 Metascore: 93 In short, if you loved the first 3 games you gonna love A Thief's End too. There are some changes, and you can feel a lot of The Last Of Us, the game is more mature and realistic, but you still gonna see Nathan Drake doing some insane jumps that even some action movie characters wouldn't dare. It's a very fun game, and I couldn't put down my controller until I finished the campaign, even when my eyes hurt a little I didn't stop, I just needed to see what happens in next chapter. Story is also great, and my favorite from the series, characters really grown on me, and there were some emotional moments, not like in TLOU but close enough. From the technical standpoint the game is fantastic, it's gorgeous looking game, animations and cutscenes are amazing, and gameplay is very smooth and responsive. There are no bugs, at least I didn't see them, except some problems with enemy's AI if you wanna call that a bug, but it's very rare. Only problem for me is the hiding, it's not intuitive, and there's to much of it, I loved it in TLOU but here I feel like it's out of place, but don't worry there is also a lot of shooting, a lot more than in TLOU. Also like in TLOU enemy don't see your buddy, which is good because they can't do something stupid and screw you, but it can break immersion just a little. All in all I get exactly what I expected and I'm very pleased with the game. Also it's not just a great game but a great nostalgic trip too, I loved Naughty Dog since Crash Bandicoot, and there are more than a few nods to older Naughty Dog's games.
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BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger Portable
Beat May 15, 2016 Continuing on with the PSP fun, I set my sights on BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger Portable. While it's not nearly as gorgeous as what you may have played on the PS3, it plays just as well, and with the added benefit of being able to play whenever and wherever you feel like playing. This is a wonderful choice for fans of fighting games, looking for something to play on the go. If you're a fan of Arc System Works' style of fighting games, then this is a must-buy. If you don't mind fighting games, but aren't a big fan, you still might find plenty to like here. If you own a PSP, this is definitely a game worth checking out.
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100% Orange Juice

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Crash Bandicoot

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Kirby: Planet Robobot

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Final Fantasy Explorers

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Doom

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Silent Hill: Origins
Beat May 14, 2016 When I saw that the next game I beat would be number 666, I felt the need to play through a horror game. Since I've been on a PSP kick lately, I decided to go through and finish a game that I've always enjoyed, but never completed, Silent Hill: Origins. As a big fan of the Silent Hill franchise, I enjoyed seeing the origins of the events throughout the series, and the game as a whole was pretty enjoyable. The only real gripe I have is that with the main character, Travis, being a big trucker guy, it's way too easy to pummel down many of the horrors with your fists. When a weapon breaks, you've always got your fists, and that kind of takes some of the danger and psychological fear out of the game, in my opinion. That said, I still found this game to be very enjoyable and it's good for some survival horror on the go.
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