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PS4 Launch Day Buyer's Guide: Games, Gear, And More

Posted on Thursday, November 14 @ 00:10:00 PST by GR_Staff

Launch Games



First-Party:
  • flower
  • Killzone:Shadow Fall
  • Knack
  • Resogun (Free with PlayStation Plus)
  • Sound Shapes
Third-Party:
  • Angry Birds Star Wars
  • Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag
  • Call of Duty Ghosts
  • DC Universe Online
  • FIFA 14
  • Battlefield 4
  • Just Dance 2014
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition
  • Lego Marvel Super Heroes
  • Madden NFL 25
  • NBA 2K14
  • Need For Speed Rivals
  • Skylanders SWAP Force
Indie:
  • Blacklight Retribution
  • Contrast(Free with PlayStation Plus)
  • Super Motherload
  • Trine 2: The Complete Story
  • Warframe


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Killzone: Shadow Fall

Guerrilla Games made a name for itself on PlayStation 3 with the shockingly gorgeous visuals ofKillzone 2and the subsequentKillzone 3. The next entry in the series,Killzone: Shadow Fallraises the visual bar even higher, serving as the undoubted visual showpiece for Sony's next-gen platform. But pretty looks aside,Shadow Fallis an impressive first-person shooter in its own right, with a robust single-player campaign and a suite of multiplayer modes. If you're looking to get the most bang for your buck on launch day, you won't be disappointed withKillzone: Shadow Fall.



Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag

Instead of returning to the time of the American Revolution, the folks over at Ubisoft decided to rewind the clock several decades and put players in the shoes of Connor's grandfather. InAssassin's Creed IV, you play as Edward Kenway, a pirate whose complex relationship with the Assassin Order makes for an interesting tale.Black Flagtakes the unforgettable naval battles ofAssassin's Creed III, and builds upon it to make an epic quest set on the high seas. (And on the PS4, the waves of the Caribbean waters are cat-entrancing.) That, however, doesn't mean Kenway won't set feet on dry land from time to time, scaling building and knifing unsuspecting foes in the back.Assassin's Creed IVhas nearly everything you could ever want from anACtitle and then some.



Knack

Mark Cerny—you know, the genius behind the PlayStation 4—decided to step back in the software ring withKnack, a charming new platformer that harkens back to the genre's early beginnings on the original PlayStation. While on the surfaceKnackmay look like nothing more than a game for kids, its shocking difficulty will have even the most hardcore gamers on their edge of their seats. Of course, there are easier settings for those who may not be as familiar with the medium, makingKnackthe go-to game for everyone, regardless of age or skill level.



Resogun

Considering the fact thatResogunis coming free to everyone with a PlayStation Plus subscription, there's absolutely no reason not to give Housemarque's latest a go. The talented studio behindSuper Stardustis at it again, but this time with a slightly different take on the classic shooter. InResogun, you navigate a ship along the confines of a cylindrical pathway, spraying bullets at oncoming enemies. It's addictive gameplay and leaderboard system will have you chasing the high score for hours on end. Don't say we didn't warn you.



Battlefield 4

While DICE's latest entry in theBattlefieldfranchise may already be available for purchase on current-gen consoles, make now mistake,Battlefield 4was designed with next-gen hardware in mind. From stunning visuals to unparalleled levels of destruction and dynamic maps, there's a whole lot new about this jaw-dropping first-person shooter. If you want a game that will really push your shiny new PlayStation to its limits, the massive online battles ofBattlefield 4will be sure to do the trick.
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