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Well, the PS beyond definitely has you covered there, or maybe you'd, rather just blast someone's kidneys across the room with a shotgun or have dinner with a bunch of horrible cannibals. Well, not a problem with this shiny helmet so here's, my personal roundup, of the best ps4 games that you can play right now in 2020 and from on the latest greatest Tekken games. Please do poke, subscribe and thing that notification spell jazz. So, first up one of the very best ps4 games. Right now is the gritty and ever so slightly violent blood and truth. The plot is pretty standard involving a deadly feud between two gangster families, but that's more than made up for by the hyperactive gunplay dual wield and pistols and machine guns, while ripping through hordes of minions, has never felt so immersive or satisfying you'll find yourself ducking behind Cover to avoid the showers of bullets flying your way, and you can even pick up grenades and hurl them back at the buggers who threw them. Blood and Ruth, is packed full of memorable set pieces and there's. Even the odd opportunity to be quite stealthy with a bit of lock, picking and sneaking about the place now, I've got ordinarily really struggle to muster up any kind of enthusiasm for golf related shenanigans unless it involves windmills pirate ships and they shed load of alcohol. But all of that changed the moment. I stuck on my ps4, your helmet and trying out a bit of everybody's golf BR.
There are only three courses in tall to blast through and the game features are pretty straightforward, but the golfer novices like myself, the simple gameplay, is definitely very welcome. Stepping into the dimpled sole shoes of your golfer makes the experience much more enjoyable. Overall, with your swings and putts expertly tracked by the Move, controller and the ps4 camera, just be careful, you don't T off, just as your mum is wandering by my absolutely favorite ps4. Your game right now is undoubtedly Astro bot, something that I never expected to love. Half as much as I actually do, this is the perfect example of virtual reality being used to its full capabilities with so many holy moments that I can't even mention them all. Astro vault would have been a perfectly fun and painfully cute platformer game. Just in standard 2d, but this VR title transports you right into these vibrant worlds, along with your charm and robot compatriot, who you have complete control over eel, find yourself duck and join bullets and head butting your way through the structures, as you steer astral bot to The very end of each level, or while actively seeking out secrets there are five worlds to conquer each with their own mega sized and boss that absolutely towers over you they're pretty bloody terrified, despite their cartoon appearance, while difficulty curve is softer than a fleece made of Butter that doesn't stop us robot from being tons of fun, and even when you do finish off the final boss, there's still a couple of dozen challenges to master and those final illusive bots to track down in each level great stuff.
Now, anyone who reckons they have bowels of Steel and on scared by nothing ever should definitely try out some resin evil 7 on psvr play this first person, horror in virtual reality and it's guaranteed brown trousers time following the over the top antics and general tedium of The previous entry in the series, resi 7, takes things back to old school horror, pitching you up against a supernatural gang of rednecks who want nothing more than to tear your kidneys and use them as happy sacks. Getting up close and personal with them in VR is a memorable experience, and by that I mean it'll, basically haunt your dreams until you wake up screaming in a puddle of what you can only hope is your own sweat all right, it's, definitely time for something. A little less nasty we all have a good rhythm game and beat saber is one of the best and most energetic that we've played on any platform grasp those Move controllers I'm, using the smack the living daylights out of colored boxes as they fly it your face. In time to a funky beat, of course, jaroslav pecs soundtrack will get you jumping all about the place, as will those massive walls which come whole and at you to make things even more tricky. You'Ll definitely feel like a proper boss when you complete each song on Hard difficulty and it's just as much exercise that as going outside in the real world, but with none of that annoying human interaction malarkey thumbs up.
If you fancy plan a ps4, your game with others online, one of the best multiplayer titles right now for the PS VR is firewall zero hour. The strategic first person shooter will definitely scratch the itch of any Rainbow six fans who are after a tense and addictive experience. The setup is pretty simple: one team of four people must protect a laptop that's filled with super strength, dutch porn or, while the other team before has to make it. Teamwork is essential of a success, of course, and each completed contract brings you much needed upgrades for future shindigs overall it's, very compelling, very addictive and very slickly present speed. Junkies are also very well catered for by the psvr and one of our favorite races. Right now is Wipeout Omega. Anyone who's played a wipeout game in the past. Fish is gon na, be pretty much everyone by now will know exactly what to expect here: incredible, piers, stylish graphics and a pulse pounding soundtrack as you take each corner at breakneck speed, except now you really are in the cockpit or just outside. If you choose the third person view instead and like Resident, Evil, Wipeout Omega is bound to make you ruin you're under crackers, but this time through pure joy and excitement rather than bowel busting horror. You get twenty six tracks, a few dozen vehicles and plenty of game modes, all of which means strong, replayability tons of cute little puzzle. Adventures like moss, should definitely check out ghost giant on the psvr as well.
This rather relaxin experience puts you in the spectral hues of an enormous apparition who decides one day to befriend a little cat boy thing and when I say befriend, I basically mean creep up on and scare the living shit out of once the little cat dude gets Over that slowly traumatic introduction, the two of you buddy up and go and sweet little adventures together. The cartoon world is beautifully realised, given you the godlike ability to pull apart houses and other structures and spy on the inhabitants within and while ghost giant doesn't exactly offer. Any challenging gameplay it's certainly well worth diving into for a more chilled VR session, and if you haven't tried it yet, then Maus is definitely still a bloody, brilliant little game that has you partnering up with a cute wee Mouse thing: who's, tired of Nick and cheese And decides to go on a bit of a romp there's, a good bit of action and mix things up and once again the presentation is spot on and if that's a bit too much cuteness for you, then why not try cleansing your palate with a spot of Arizona, sunshine: yes, it is yet another zombie game and yeah. It is pretty light on plot, but this first person adventure really makes you feel like you're lost in a desolate wilderness in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. Most of the time you'll be foraging for resources while putting those brain, munching bastards out of their misery.
Cap'N an undead fiend from 30 yards with a super, accurate headshot, never gets old Arizona. Sunshine'S puzzles are generally on the easy side. All you'll ever really need to do to progress is find the key or push a button, but the occasionally TENS exploration and gritty action scenes make this Aveo title well worth checking out or if it's a bit of clever puzzling that you're after on the psvr, then I highly recommend the impress of the original efficient still this time around Europe wooden puppet who lives in a lighthouse naturally, and who spends his spare time working on a small wooden replica of his homestead, but one day when you lift the roof off that model, you Discover a tiny version of yourself living in there and not just that, but your own homes, actual roof appears to have lifted off as well and now an enormous version of you appears to be looming. Overhead thus begins an absolute mind of an adventure game where you have to pass items back and forth between your various incarnations to solve environmental puzzles. It'S a work of pure genius and get through each chapter will seriously take some proper, lateral thinking, as well as some thorough exploration and perhaps a healthy dose of illicit substances. Factor in the surprise, in the emotional story and that slick presentation – and this is one of my favorite titles right now – and one of my favorite all time – PS, VR games – that will really get your blood pumping – is the excellent thumper which has been around for quite A while, but it's still definitely well worth grabbin, especially if you see it on sale.
This may look like some kind of weird action. Racing game, hybrid, but thumper is actually a rhythm title, which has you dodging obstacles in time to the pounding beat those psychedelic visuals. Definitely match their heavy soundtrack perfectly and it's a proper sensory overload at first until you really get into the groove now, if you're after a proper challenge, thumper is very punishing but rewarding and it's well worth grabbing, and last up, of course, I can't not mention super Hot VR, a symbol but for an action game that has you running about the place, killing everything in sight, it's kind of a sexy, mashup of pistol, whip and time stole everything moves at the same pace as you, meaning that you can stop at any time and Carefully plan out your next move, shall I grab this guy's gun and blast him in the face, or maybe just take him down with a well aimed pull ball right in the nads. The world is your oyster and there you have it. My full personal roundup of my favorite PS VR games that you can play right now in 2020. There are still quite a few great PS for your titles. Do for at least this year as well so be great to see what comes out I'll, be sure to give you full round of reviews as we go along as well so floor on all of the PS VI, shenanigans and etc, etc.