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PS4: The little pearls you may have missed

Game news PS4: The little pearls you may have missed

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Before giving in to the call of the all new generation of consoles by getting a PlayStation 5 or an Xbox Series X, we advise you to make sure that you have indeed taken the tour of the past generation, since the latter is full of little more or less well-known video game pearls. It is for this reason that today we invite you to sift through the PlayStation Store to see what you may have missed in recent years.

Hotshot Racing

Let’s start this new list on the hats with Hotshot Racing! If you are a lover of motorized licenses of yesteryear, we can only advise you to travel the asphalt of this colorful world taking up to the letter or almost the codes of the Virtua Racing saga. Indeed, just like its illustrious elder, the title offers players to rush through beautiful and detailed environments, and especially to participate in a multitude of events highlighting the rivalry between the participants. You never feel alone on the track, and that’s where Hotshot Racing really excels. Note that the game is playable locally with three of your friends and that it is regularly updated: recently, a new tournament has been added for free!

Dead cells

If you’ve missed Dead Cells in this generation of consoles, now is the time to fix your mistake! Like any good rogue-like that respects itself, the game of Motion Twin and Evil Empire offers all players who are not afraid of permanent death to chain runs to resist ever more effectively against monsters in all kind while discovering new devastating items and new areas to explore. If you like the experience, note that there are a multitude of extensions to extend the already convincing lifespan of the software. You got it, Dead Cells is simply a must-have to own.

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PS4: The little pearls you may have missed

Gang Beasts

If you are looking for a fun experience to punctuate your future evenings, Gang Beasts is for you! Indeed, the title, particularly crazy, was designed to bring together several friends on a single console. These, once all together, will have to create their small humanoid creature in order to immerse themselves in various destructible arenas. The goal? Waltz your opponents outside the playing area! Here, all shots are allowed, so you can obviously use the scenery to expel your enemy or even take out your fists to weaken him.

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A Way Out

Recently, if you loved the last production of Josef Fares, namely It Takes Two which, we recall, had the score of 18 out of 20 in our columns, we can only advise you to try yourselves at A Way Out. Indeed, the cooperative title playable locally as online will keep you busy for several hours by offering you to play as two outlaws whose primary objective is to escape from a highly secure prison. Note that the creation multiplying the situations as well as the mini-games also offers moviegoers the opportunity to enjoy daring shots and a particularly convincing thriller. As a reminder, the game is also available on PC and Xbox One and comes with a Friend Pass, ideal for sharing the experience with a friend who does not own the game.

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TowerFall Ascension

If you’ve been swearing by Celeste since its launch, we can only point you to another creation from Matt Makes Games, namely TowerFall Ascension. This production, as well intended for solo players or for those wanting to live a cooperative experience, includes a Campaign with particularly high difficulty. Here the objective is to fend off hostile hordes while trying to never pass the weapon to the left in order to explode the scores. To help you in your quest, your hero is obviously armed with a bow and a handful of arrows, surprisingly agile (your aerial dash is your best weapon) and several bonus items that can be obtained. pick up at the four corners of the map.

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OlliOlli 2: Welcome to OlliWood

Before celebrating the big comeback of the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater saga with the remake released last year on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and just a few days ago on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S, board fans roulettes and tricks of all kinds did not have much to eat. Fortunately, there was all the same the OlliOlli saga, an independent saga carried out by roll7 proposing more and more complex objectives. For our part, we obviously have a small preference for the second episode of the franchise, namely OlliOlli 2: Welcome to OlliWood, since the latter offers a more substantial content, a much more mastered artistic touch and especially an incalculable number of figures to achieve.

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Tearaway Unfolded

Before taking a look at the incredible Dreams creation tool exclusive to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, Media Molecule gave players Tearaway Unfolded, a production unfairly overlooked by the general public. The latter offers platform game enthusiasts to discover a colorful world where everything has been made by hand. Indeed, like LittleBigPlanet, another license from Media Molecule, the universe of Tearaway Unfolded is essentially composed of everyday objects. like cardboard, paper or even cotton. In addition to its magnificent world, note that Tearaway Unfolded makes perfect use of the different features of the DualShock 4: to solve certain puzzles, therefore, you will have to regularly call on the pad.

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Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition

If your greatest passion is killing dozens of zombies, Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition is for you! This PlayStation exclusive from Housemarque, the creators of Returnal, offers you a particularly difficult top-down shooter where it is obviously possible to cooperate with a friend on the same sofa to complete missions. Throughout the adventure, players will therefore have to fight their way through gigantic hordes of hungry undead using a particularly complete arsenal. Note that the Apocalypse Edition version includes the base game as well as its expansion, Road of Devastation.

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Furi

Please note, the following production is recommended for players looking for a difficult and punitive experience! Indeed, Furi, the title of The Game Bakers, is particularly demanding since it asks players to perfectly control the gestures of their hero to undermine a series of bosses all more difficult than the others. But Furi, it is not only a title with the omnipresent difficulty, it is also and above all a creation paying a perfect tribute to the Japanese video game as well as a universe coated with a mastered artistic direction. If you are not afraid to start the same fight over and over again, then Furi should be tried urgently.

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Unknown Soldiers: Memories of the Great War

Let’s end this list with one of Ubisoft’s amazing and successful creations, Unknown Soldiers: Memories of the Great War. The title first released in 2014 on PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, but also on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, offers players to experience trench warfare with a whole new perspective. In addition to giving voice to soldiers like Émile, Karl and Freddie, the game with many puzzles to solve also focuses on the vision of Anna, a young woman who works in a munitions factory. This tale is not just a story focusing on the horrors of the trenches, but is also and above all the scene of a more human tale dealing with much broader subjects such as love, separation, mourning and solidarity.

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