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My Favorite Games PS4

Updated on November 11, 2015

#10 Never Alone

This game is pretty basic. There isn't much to it, but it's still kind of interesting and actually kind of sad in the end. I don't want to spoil anything but look it up and you'll see what I mean.

#9 Outlast

Probably the scariest game I ever played. It takes place in a haunted asylum where you will meet a few horrifying characters all to get a scoop on this place. There is also the wistleblower DLC which adds more horror to the game.

#8 Broken Age

Not much to say about this game really. It's very...interesting I guess. It's extremely trippy but still fun. That's the best kind of description to give a game like this.

#7 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Everyone knows Call of Duty, but Advanced Warfare changed it from the realistic first person shooter that it is known to be, and turned it into a Sci-fi FPS. Now, you have a exo suit, a suit that allows you to travel faster, and jump high into the air.This game is great just because of that really. It's also the first CoD game that I really got into.

#6 InFamous Second Son

A lot of people are upset that Cole died, me included. However I also love the new character Delsin Rowe. Rather than having the power of electricity, Delsin gets the power to copy other conduits or "bio-terrorists" powers.

Much like previous InFamous games, Second Son allows you to choose what side to be on, good or evil, and how to play the game, but on a much smaller scale. Instead of where being bad means random people will be throwing rocks at you, now being bad just causes a few civilians to say rude comments. Unlike InFamous I and II, being good isn't to helpful. In previous games civilians would help out the hero fight some enemies. Now they just politely say thank you for not roasting them.

One thing that would have been great though, that would have sent this game up on my list is if they added more powers, even as DLC.

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#5 GTA V

Everyone knows what this game is, there's not much that I need to say about it.

#4 Middle Earth Shadow of Mordor

Shadow of Mordor is a game that looks and feels like Assassin's Creed with a Lord of the Rings twist. You play as a Gondorian Ranger who has been "cursed" by a wraith and can now enslave Uruks just by grabbing there face. So in other words, you are like Sauron as a good guy minus the cool armor.

#3 Elder Scrolls Online

This MMORPG is just absolutely fun. If you're a fan of the other Elder Scroll games, then you will love this. It takes place during a great war between the Daggerfall Covenant, Aldmeri Dominion, and Ebonheart Pact. But not only is this war tearing away at ALL of Tamrial (which you get to explore all of), but Molag Bal is also trying to come take over Nirn as well.

PVP combat is also great because you get to fight using giant siege weapons and fight large numbers of enemies (sometimes hundreds at a time!)

#2 Overlord Fellowship of Evil

Despite what people say, I love this game. Maybe not as much as raising hell or II, but this game has its merits.

So I want to get a few points across.

  1. Minions being "weak" isn't true. You can upgrade them and they will turn into an amazing fighting force quickly.
  2. You can have up to seven of each color minion cube at a time. Again just upgrade them.
  3. This game is actually co-op. Even though there aren't a lot of people who play, you can always play with your friend, even if it's over share play.



#1 Star Wars Battlefront

Although it's not out yet, I am a huge fan of the previous installments and the Star Wars movies. I played the beta and had a whole lot of fun in it. It had no serious problems, amazing graphics, and was just overall a lot of fun. In fact I even made a full review for it on my YouTube channel.

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