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Ranking the PS4's best action-adventure video games so far. These are action-packed games that received high review scores from both critics and gamers.
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Don't know why I'd say this but these are my favorite games:
The last of us: Remastered
The walking dead
Life is strange (including bts)
Beyond: two souls
The last of us is the best game ever made <3 and Uncharted to! man thanks for this great list! going to play Uncharted one more time I think :D and The Last Of Us 2 is coming in 2018 :O so excited! I love playing cod but this kinda games make me more happy. can't wait for new games like this!
Sebastian Værnes Its playscore is so damn high, but Bloodborne is categorized as Action RPG, not Action Adventure. Also u not wondering why The Witcher 3 is not on the list? coz its also an Action RPG game.
Here are their current PlayScores for these games on the PS4: InFamous: Second Son - *8.55*
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - *9.26*
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8: Final Chapter Prologue - *8.63*
Nioh - *8.99*
On the other hand, A King's Tale: Final Fantasy XV does not currently have a PlayScore. Hopefully it will receive a rating once it reaches the requirements.
10.Middle-earth: Shadow of mordor
9.Gravity Rush 2
8.Batman: Arkham knight
7.Ratchet & Clank
6.Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration
4.Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
3.Grand Theft Auto V
2.The Last Of Us Remastered
1.Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
1.Resident evil 7: Biohazard
2.Minecraft: Playsation 4 edition
4.God of War III remastered
5.Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Ed.
I honestly can't get on board with the NaughtyDog hype, TLOU:R has a good story but it's so linear and the controls and combat is incredibly frustrating to me. It's one of the first games I bought, keep promising myself I'll get back to it but just can't. It's the reason I haven't picked up UC4 even though it's heavily discounted, I've watched some playthrough episodes but just can't get excited about it. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Then i'd suggest you play TLOU on the hardest difficulty available but then again your "gameplay is king" view is still gonna kick in. The gameplay is still really good, from unique stealth elements (listening mode, realistic sound that can alert enemies) and most of all the brutal killing, different style of crafting, and strategy. All that also carries onto the Factions, Survival Multiplayer Mode. I played MGS V: The Phantom Pain for over 150 hours i believe and the gameplay always brought me to play this much, but i also would've wished it had a true high quality Metal Gear story (although certain cutscenes were very well made). Playing more linear games, also somewhat shorter games, bring about big quality change and there will never be moments where you get random distractions/sidequests and all that typical open-world features. Naughty Dog brings difference into gaming and many others are following taking tips from them, besides games started with having fun, short, simple, and linear gameplay and story.
Prince Prince Actually, I've posted about this on Reddit and a lot of people agree that it's overrated. I'm not saying it's a bad game, I'm just saying that *I* didn't really care for it, it's a personal/subjective opinion. As for not liking story focused games, I'm a huge movie buff - love a good story, it can definitely add to a game but for me gameplay takes top spot. A lot of people criticize MGS V for not having a decent story for instance, but I couldn't care less because it has brilliant gameplay - a fusion of so many amazing elements that blend together beautifully and let your imagination/creativity run riot. About it being too hard, I'm a huge souls game fan and love unforgiving games when the enemy beats me because of a subtle mistake or loss of control on my part, it only adds to the fun.
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The second one balances difficulty and RPG mechanics seamlessly to make the game always rewarding. " Free. Recommended March 6. "Fun and engaging game with a twist that comes out of left field. Not very long, but worth the time, definitely worth a second play through to unlock all its secrets.