August 2017 PlayScores for PlayStation | 48 Best New PS4 & Vita games of August 2017
48 PlayStation Games have just received their PlayScores this August 2017. Let’s check them out. 48. Sudden Strike 4 With their fourth main installment, Sudden Strike returns us to the spectacles of the second world war. Control the battlefield as the famed commanders of history and experiment with their varying playstyles. It’s the biggest Sudden Strike title yet and It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 6.31. 47. White Day: A Labyrinth Named School If there’s two things Koreans are good at, it’s probably StarCraft and Horror. Join a pack of high school students as they explore the ghastly hallways of their haunted school. Make your way out the labyrinthine journey and survive the spine-tingling frights. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.65. 46. Dino Frontier Forming an unlikely mixture of prehistoric reptiles and the infamous American frontier comes a wild west tale like no other. It’s west world and Jurassic park combined as you build and manage your own settlements amid a backdrop of gigantic dinosaurs. Charming, but a little repetitive. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.65. 45. Obduction A spiritual successor to Myst and Riven, Cyan’s newest game sends us into the vastness of a fictional universe.
Abducted from earth by a mysterious alien race, explore the reaches of several lands, and find your way back home. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.69. 44. WARRIORS ALL-STARS All things Koei Tecmo unite in one ultimate Warriors reunion. Get a taste of their award-winning hack and slash action, and play with over 30 different characters from the Koei Tecmo universe. It’s a crossover you never knew you needed! It has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.88. 43. Last Day of June What most indie games lack in budget and graphics, they make up for with immersive atmosphere and compelling stories. In Last Day of June, Step into the shoes of a lovelorn Carl and uncover a story that’s both sweet and tragic. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.24. 42. Graceful Explosion Machine Vertex Pop makes their entrance to the PS4. Guide your graceful machine past narrow caves and fantastic colors as you fight against their swarm of geometric baddies. Fight them with blasters, sniper beams, and missiles in a glorious kaliedoscope battlefield. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.31. 41. Comet Crash™ 2 Resist a looming alien invasion in this galactic tower-defense.
Play with friends to conquer their 50 campaign missions, head right into multiplayer to test your skills against players around the globe. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 7.39. 40. Observer A first-person cyberpunk psychological horror that’s set in a dark, futuristic dystopia. Play as a detective and member of a police unit called Observers and use your augmented vision to hack into people’s fears. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 7.42.
39. ChromaGun Ripping a page off of Valve’s playbook, Pixel Maniac’s Chromagun blends convincing puzzle mechanics with the quirks of loveable narrators. While it might look like a Portal clone, it delivers enough originality to make it their own. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.43. 38. CastleStorm VR Edition Not your usual VR game, CastleStorm brings friendly medieval tower defense right before your eyes. Praised for its intuitive controls and massive amount of content, choose your side in the ongoing battle for historical supremacy and take victory one match at a time. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.45. 37. Sparc From the creator of the space combat simulator, Eve: Valkyrie, comes a daring virtual sports game. Set in a Tron-like neon cyberworld, Sparc urges you to use your body.
Throw, dodge, and block shots in this fun, family-friendly experience. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.48. 36. Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder The lovechild of Terry Gilliam and Besiege comes back for a second round of boulder destruction. Tickle your brain bits with their new tower-defense tricks and bask in the joy of Monty Python absurdities. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.48. 35. Ken Follett’s The Pillars Of The Earth The first chapter of Ken Follett’s legendary Kingsbridge series. Watch his worlds come alive as Daedalic Entertainment turns the captivating story of intrigue and gothic architecture into an interactive experience. It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 7.57. 34. The Long Dark Explore Canada’s icy wilderness in this one of a kind survival game from Hinterland Studio.
It’s one of the most fleshed out survival games on the market right now. Scavenge for the tiniest morsels, stave off the bitter cold, and fight against the hungry predators. It has a PlayScore of 7.6. 33. Windjammers Harken back to the NeoGeo games with the return of their beloved classic. Put on your best beach attire and get ready for some super-powered, disc-throwing action. With easy to learn controls, it’s a perfect party game for friends of all ages.
It receives a PlayScore of on the PS4, and a Provisional PlayScore on the PSVita. 32. Night Trap – 25th Anniversary Edition Another throwback entry, but this time from the realm of Full Motion Videogames. Not exactly the best of its kind, but Night Trap earned its place in history thanks to the morality scares of the 90s. Get ready for a night cheesy fun! It has a PlayScore of 7.64. 31. SINE MORA EX Combining modern presentations, the thrill of classic shmups, and the franticness of time manipulation, SINE MORA is anything but ordinary. Manipulate time through each of their stages, weave through its gorgeous Story Mode, and beat your high scores in Arcade. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.8. 30. ARK: Survival Evolved Enter a prehistoric paradise and bask in the perfect balance of beautiful landscapes and deadly reptiles. But this is no field trip. Create your base, gather resources, collect weapons, and turn yourself into a king among giants. It has a PlayScore of 7.8. 29. Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma The PS Vita classic makes its way to the big brother of Sony’s collection.
The final chapter to Spike Chunsoft’s Zero Escape series, follow the tale of nine people trapped in a deadly decision game. Can you save them all? It receives a Provisional PlayScore of 7.91. 28. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series – Episode 3 The third episode of Telltale’s newest licensed adventure. Roam around the galaxy with Marvel’s greatest space heroes, and help them uncover the secrets of an ancient artifact.
With iconic locations, and awesome tunes, it has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.96. 27. Agents of Mayhem A spinoff of the Saints Row series, prepare for an open world adventure in the heart of Seoul. Pick three agents from the eponymous organization, and use their abilities to stop L.E.G.I.O.N from destroying their world. It receives a PlayScore of 7.96. 26. Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two – Episode 2 Jesse and the gang come back for another season of laughs and misadventures. Returning home with a colossal new enemy, they embark into the arctic weathers for more life-threatening decisions.. It has a PlayScore of 7.96. 25. Thimbleweed Park From the creators of Monkey Island and Maniac mansion comes a thoughtful neo-noir mystery set in the dark glow of the late 80s.
Roy Gilbert and Gary Winnick combine wits to bring us an absurd murder mystery in the style of a comedic Twin Peaks. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.98. 24. Absolver Adding to Devolver Digital’s stylish collection, Absolver puts you in the role of Prospect to a group of elite fighters. Far from their usual pixel hits, this game showcases a gorgeous cartoon realism. With its fluid yet punishing combat, it receives a PlayScore of 8.04. 23. Madden NFL 18 Building upon the foundations of their previous titles, 18 comes with a brand new story mode that follows a Texan quarterback through his NFL journey. It also sprinkles a few of the usual visual and technical tweaks to bring it to its usual shine. It has a PlayScore of 8.06. 22. Matterfall A follow-up to 2013’s Resogun, Matterfall brings the sidescrolling shooter action to the PS4. It’s a match made in heaven, combining the platform jumping with the franticness of bullethell. Survive the cities with augmented weapons, and environment-manipulating matter. It has a PlayScore of 21. Batman: The Enemy Within – Episode 1 Telltale takes you to the dark city of Gotham with their newest license. With the return of the nefarious Riddler, help the caped crusader fight back against his evil tricks.
Just like any telltale game, you’ll be faced with hundreds of important decisions. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.1. 20. Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 CapCom’s latest Mega Man collection brings together four of your favorite titles. This legacy pack will include the Mega Man 7 through 10, along with an array of new features like Galleries, Challenge Modes, and so much more. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.15. 19. Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul Said it once, and we’ll say it again: VR was made for horror. If you thought the movies were scary, then try immersing yourself in the inescapable horrors of this virtual haunted house. Put on your diapers because this is might be the fright of your life.
It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.16. 18. Lawbreakers Defy gravity in this fast-paced first person shooter that takes you to a futuristic world filled with explosive mayhem and tight suits. Shoot your enemies with your ballistic weapons and choose from a wide variety of characters. It has a PlayScore of 8.17. 17. RESIDENT EVIL REVELATIONS Originally released on on the Nintendo 3DS, revisit the nightmarish monsters of the floating city in glorious HD. Packed with new content and all the DLC releases, it brings the definitive experience to the modern platforms. It has a PlayScore of 8.22. 16. Nidhogg 2 Venture to the Wurm once again in Messhof’s odd-looking game of duel. Use quick feints, slashes and more, and destroy your opponents in 10 different maps. Bring your A-game, and jam to the game’s amazing soundtrack.
It has a PlayScore of 8.22. 15. Cities: Skylines One of the greatest achievements in the city-building genre finally makes it to the consoles. Take up the mantle of mayor, and bring a thriving megacity into peak efficiency. Handle traffic problems, create districts, and listen to the voice of your people. It has a PlayScore of 8.38. 14. Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun Lurk in the shadows and practice the way of the ninja in this Edo inspired tactical stealth game. Often compared to Commandos, the game is a polished gem with interesting character choices and well-implemented mechanics. It has a PlayScore of 8.39. 13. The Escapists 2 Following the success of their crowdfunded debut, The Escapists come back to bring us more prison-escape hijinx. While the visuals look better, the prisons are just getting harder. Play as a lowly inmate, and devise your daring escape plan. It receives a PlayScore of 8.49. 12. Fishing Planet If you thought fishing was just some boring thing dads do, then this game is here to prove you wrong. With realistic visuals, complicated AI’s, and an impressive fish collection, Fishing Planet gives the sport the respect it deserves. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.54. 11. Life is Strange: Before the Storm – Episode 1 DeckNine serves fans of the critically acclaimed indie hit with a closer look at Chloe’s troubled life.
The first in a three-part series, take a deep plunge into her mind, face a few difficult decisions, and weave through a tale of friendship and loss. It receives a PlayScore of 8.61. 10. Everybody’s Golf One of PlayStation’s many mainstay title’s, the game formerly known as HotShots Golf returns to their roots. Aside from their usual arcade action, their new features will let you play around in free roam, go online, and even customize your characters. It has a PlayScore of 8.62. 9. Yakuza Kiwami A ground-up remake of the 2005 PlayStation Game, SEGA’s Kiwami looks and feels fantastic with its re-recorded audio, and enhanced visuals. Immerse yourself in new missions, and 30 additional minutes of cutscenes. It’s a classic Kiwami experience made better, and It receives a PlayScore of 8.71. 8. Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition A throwback to the classic role-playing games. Obsidian and Paradox Interactive reunite once more to take you back into the world of Eora, along with everything you’ll ever need to experience it in full.
Characters, expansions, and a bigger world–it’s all here. It has a PlayScore of 8.74. 7. F1 2017 Codemaster’s annual Formula One release comes with a host of new improvements. Dive into a deeper career mode, join the enhanced multiplayer, enter the new Championship mode, and gawk at their classic F1 cars. Live the formula racing dream! It has a PlayScore of 8.84. 6. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice A self-proclaimed indie Triple A experience, Ninja theory wows critics and gamers with this journey to the underworld. Help Senua fulfill her quest as she deals with a necrotic arm and her bouts of haunting psychosis. It’s a landmark in emotional and sensory experiences, and it receives a PlayScore of 8.88. 5. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Looks we don’t need to worry about Nathan Drake’s retirement. With their two badass girls taking the lead, the Naughty Dog’s Uncharted series is in good hands. Retrieve a mysterious relic in another exciting adventure. It has a PlayScore of 8.94. 4. Sonic Mania It’s no Sonic Forces, but thankfully, it’s just as good. Zipping back to his pixel-perfect form, help the dashing hedgehog stop another one of Dr.
Robotnik’s classic antics. It’s the same sidescrolling platform, with a few fresh additions. It has a PlayScore of 9.03. 3. ICEY An unexpected hit on Steam, the sidescrolling hack and slash also makes waves on the PlayStation. Between its Stanley Parable-esque fourth-wall breaks and stylish combat, it’s no surprise it reached success. Take down Cyborg creatures and get drawn into its fast-paced world. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 9.09. 2. Undertale Toby Fox’s sleeper success finally hits the consoles. Play as a lost child as he navigates through a mysterious realm of monsters. Dedicated to a message of non-violence, the game is a morality-testing adventure, with a jazzy soundtrack to boot. It has a PlayScore of 9.24.
1. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy Now that the original series has reached its end, Masashi Kishimoto’s legacy continues with Bandai Namco’s Naruto Shippuden collections. Three of the previous Ultimate Ninja Storm titles packed into one ultimate collection. Relive the legendary adventure! It has a PlayScore of 9.39..
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