Best PlayStation Games of 2023


Best PlayStation Games of 2023 -Gudstory

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PlayStation has had an interesting year. The company has hit the highs and lows of launching new technology like the PlayStation Portal and a new PS5 Slim (now with a detachable disk drive!) and the highs and lows of layoffs, game cancellations, massive data leaks, and the end of CEO Jim Ryan’s 28-year tenure. Struggled in between. Year tenure.

And although 2023 was the year of cross-platform blockbusters Diablo IV And baldur’s gate 3PlayStation still has a number of exclusives that can’t be missed.

spider man 2

When you start with a good game like the original Spider Man, you don’t need to change much. And thankfully, the developers at Insomniac did just that spider man 2, The sequel has some new ideas – including web wings that let you glide over New York City – but mostly that’s a good thing. More villains to fight, a much bigger city to explore, and – since you play as both Miles Morales and Peter Parker – more Spider-Man to control. It also reduces some of the open world of the original, allowing you to focus more on becoming the best Spider-Man you can be. That means lots of exciting swings through skyscrapers, and some very satisfying combat (where the bad guys are). Definitely Don’t die). And, as with basically all Marvel properties, it ends with the promise of even more to come. -Andrew Webster


Only one thing is surprising Predicted Being on this list means that the game actually came out. this year Feels like mid-2022 instead. Despite complaints about bad taste “cringe” dialogue and brand tweets, Predicted It’s still one of the best PS5 console exclusives this year. The parkour movement techniques, magic system, graphics, and story make this game worth your time. It’s still fun as hell hardcore parkouring in the scenario, and I appreciate the novelty of using different types of nail art to equip different abilities. Come on now, what other game gives you the power to drain the strength of your acrylics? nobody!

Frey as a black female protagonist is also refreshing. Ella Balinska’s performance brings her to life with a flair that feels authentic, not awkward. If I walked into such a world and blew up a dragon with my mind, you better believe I would scream about it.

The game is not without its flaws. Apart from the boss fight against four Tanta, the open world lacks exploration. The dungeons are modeled after empty corridors and the regular enemies don’t have much variety in them. said that, Predicted It’s proof that a game doesn’t have to be perfect to be enjoyable, especially since this is one of those rare games that actually dares to do something different for a change.

God of War Ragnarok: Valhalla

God of War Ragnarok: Valhalla Came out barely a week ago and is strong enough to be on this year’s best list. Sony Santa Monica surprises during The Game Awards God of war Fans have news that it will release free DLC god of war ragnarok In just a few days.

Valhalla takes action of God of war And remixes it into roguelite format. Kratos will have to rely on all of his abilities and weapons as he travels across battlefields, encountering familiar and new enemies. From time to time, he will be offered a variety of perks and power ups with the goal of gathering the right series of skills to defeat everyone. ValhallaChallenges of. it’s a fun twist RagnarokNormally combat is enjoyable, but this is not the case ValhallaReal talent lies. As with all things regarding this new age God of war, it’s the story that is the most compelling part of the game. In ValhallaKratos is once again forced to think about his past, but this time, it’s not being used as a burden but as a vehicle for healing.

The most honest impression of ValhallaThe story is “The One Where Kratos Goes to Therapy…Literally.” Kratos is so afraid of repeating his mistakes that it prevents him from pursuing a better future. and much more ValhallaThe dialogue and dialogue are wrapped up in examining some of those mistakes (remember when he cut off Helios’ head and plunged Greece into sunless darkness?) and recontextualize them that way. So that Kratos can accept them for what they are and move on. The DLC is a 10-hour (or less, depending on how good you are) therapy session that may seem a little preachy at times but is worth considering. God of warFor the target audience, this may not be such a bad thing.

baldur’s gate 3

Yes, I know BG3 Already shown on the PC list, but it’s my list and I can do what I want with it – and I want to talk about the console version of my game of the year, so you’ll deal with that. I was so excited about it BG3 Coming to console, but the initial reality left me a little cold. baldur’s gate 3 It was awkward and buggy with a very steep learning curve on the PS5 before I could have fun again. I’m happy to say that Larian Studios’ commitment to post-launch patches and updates has improved the game’s performance, making the experience feel seamless on PC and PS5.

baldur’s gate 3 It’s one of those once-in-a-decade, era-changing games because of its depth, breadth and sheer size. I’ve spent over 300 hours in the game and missed a lot of content. I do not mean small inquiries here and there, but the entire area is completely untouched. If Dungeons and Dragons Then again, fighting is not for you baldur’s gate Might test your patience, but what does the game offer in terms of storytelling and character Makes all the frustrations associated with war worthwhile. These are some of the best performances and writing in a game ever. It embraces all its inspirations and ancestors. From now on, all massive narrative RPGs will be compared baldur’s gate, This is the platinum standard. And there are hot elves! And hot tieflings! Everyone is hot! What more could you want?

final fantasy xvi

I’m still thinking about the time we spent together final fantasy xvi, I still internally Remember my experience “Accepting the Truth.” The fight with Bahamut is seared into my mind, etched in my heart as the pinnacle of video game fighting. fight in final fantasy xvi Felt very disgusting’ Good I can forgive the game’s weak story moments because it took the worst lessons from shows with “hard” reputations. game of Thrones,

Enhanced by Masayoshi Soken’s soundtrack that feels like injecting Pure gas In Your Veins and Voices, performed by Ben Starr and Ralph Ineson final fantasy xvi Makes you feel like you could punch God in the face… then lets you.

Diablo IV

I found out for the first time why diablo Format clicks for people. Sometimes a grind is good. Diablo IV All the different and highly detailed ways to make things feel good, allowing you to create a character designed to do only one thing: wreck a mess. The numbers shouldn’t add up, but that’s often the core conceit of the game, and yet Blizzard has found a way to make it fun for…well…hell.

I’m not even concerned about creating the most skilled wizard by having the “right” skills and abilities, I’m fine-tuned to wanting to build powerful characters around an ability that I find enjoyable. Diablo IV Works because every aspect of that type of adaptation is beneficial to the player. It doesn’t matter if you’re playing the “best” version of a class because all of the other 9 million permutations of that class look just as good and are just as face-melting.

Then you venture into vast areas with dozens of dungeons to get tons of loot to upgrade your builds, then you look back hours later and wonder where the time went.


humanity is a puzzle game throwback that’s unlike anything else out there right now. If you remember games like IQ: Intelligent Cube And ecochrome, you probably have a good idea of ​​the atmosphere. You play as a supernatural Shiba Inu with the ability to command large crowds of humans using basic commands like “jump” and “turn.” In most cases, the goal is simply to get the mass of humanity to the end of the stage. sort of like Lemmings But with a designer touch.

but the incredible thing about it humanity The thing is, it just keeps throwing ideas and concepts at you, developing itself into a tightly constructed puzzle experience that always challenges you in new ways. Seriously, by the end the puzzles look like a battlefield, involving little characters wielding lightsabers. Even better: once you’ve completed the campaign, you have a whole bunch of user-created levels to discover. – AW


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