Once upon a time, a man at SEGA had a dream and that dream involved releasing games about a boy looking for sailors… wait, that didn’t sound right. The point I’m trying to make is today is THAT DAY when Mr. PlayStation and Mr. Sega himself have come together to give us what we’ve always wanted, more Shenmue. So before we move forward with today’s post, let’s all bow our heads and thank our Lord and savior…
Fire Pro Wrestling World ($44.99-$80.99)
Remember when wrestling games were fun? What’s that, you’re 15 and didn’t know they could be? WELL, as your elder, you’re just gonna have to trust me on this one. The point I’m trying to make is that Fire Pro Wrestling World brings the fun back! Whether it’s the fun control scheme, the fun character creator that allows you to make any wrestler or person that ever existed, or the fun graphics that remind people like me of a simpler time when controllers only needed 3 buttons and you sat really close to the TV not because your eyesight was going but because the controller was attached to your console… FUN!
Shenmue 1 & 2 HD ($29.99)
Guacamelee! 2 ($17.99)
Remember Guacamelee!? Well, it’s back and this time you’re… doing the same thing as before, but that’s perfectly fine with me because the first Guacamelee! was awesome! And if you’re on the fence about picking this one up, check out Kyle Hilliard’s review over Game Informer’s. Spoiler, he really liked it.
Little Dragons Café ($)
In Little Dragons Café
you cook dragons.
In Little Dragons Café you take care of your pet dragon while running a cafe. This game looks like a lot of fun but if I can be honest, in a rare instance, I think this game might be more suited for an on the go experience and I’m actually going to suggest that if you are interested in picking up the Friday release, then maybe you should look into the Switch version. If you don’t own a Switch, I still think this game looks like a lot of fun and something that is going to take up a lot of your time on the PS4.
(Time to put my professional writer’s hat on) With the combination of unique art style, toe-tapping music, and interesting and fun gameplay, the little indie-game that could, Socketeer, looks to remind fans that big things do come in small packages. Nailed it! 9/10 too much water.
Slime Rancher ($19.99)
Afte watching two gameplay videos, I’m still not entirely sure what this game is. It didn’t help that the first two videos I found and watched were in a language my ears don’t understand, but when Slime Rancher released on PC between 1 to 5 years ago, people really loved it. There must be a reason for that and the only way to truly find out why is by purchasing the game today.
Pizza Titan Ultra ($14.99)
Now the third or maybe even fourth time I’ve talked about Pizza Titan Ultra, there really isn’t much left to say. You deliver pizzas in a mech! Come on! And while there aren’t any reviews posted on Metacritic for the PS4 version, I did look at the Steam reviews and they are all positive and the Google machine currently has the game at an 8/10. Seriously, why wouldn’t you buy this game?
Resident Evil 7 biohazard ($19.99)
Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition ($11.99)
inFamous Secon Son ($6.99)
The Witcher 3 Complete Edition ($19.99)
God of War ($34.79)
Persona 5 ($29.99)
The good thing about this purchase is that you’ll never finish it because it doesn’t end. I don’t care what anyone says.