Games With Amazing Ratings – PS And Xbox!

Another year in the startling world of video games has come and gone. From Call Of Duty and FIFA to Grand Theft Auto and all the challenges games, it’s been a fun-filled year! But then, we can’t stop at that right?

So here’s a list of the most highly rated games of 2014 for both Play Station and Xbox.

Grand Theft Auto V for Play Station and Xbox One



Grand Theft Auto 5 continues to be one of the most consistently entertaining video games. Its graphical improvements are hugely notable but it’s the addition of a first-person mode that transforms it into something very different. It has the power to make you stop and think about your actions which is not a bad thing as long as you are not criticized for glorifying crime rather than questioning it.

The Last Of Us: Re-mastered for PlayStation



The Last of Us is a dedicated masterpiece. Easily one of the best of all time, it is pretty amazing. There may not be any new content in this update but it retains the PS3 version’s heart and soul by adding a few distinguished bells and whistles that help refine the gaming experience and make it even better.

The Walking Dead Season 2 for PlayStation and Xbox One


Telltale Games has been crushing it with these “point & click” dialogue drama games. Now we see Clementine come to her own! The second season begins with “all that remains,” a debut episode that struggles to find its footing in the grand scheme of things but excels in its analysis of returning the character Clementine.

Rayman Legends for PlayStation and XboxOne



This is a pleasant, pick-up-and-play platforming game for all ages. For kids, this one will be a memorable experience. Rayman begins with simple running, jumping, and punching, but before you know it, you’re niggling past dozens of fatal traps, fighting gigantic bosses, or playing through tremendous challenge levels that look like ’90s music videos. It is best when shared with friends or family, and almost every level feels finely tuned for both single-player and co-op.

Diablo III: Reaper Of Souls For PlayStation and X Box One


What motivates the heroes of sanctuary to battle the forces that threaten humanity? Is it an unwavering desire to do what’s right or is it a thirst for more power and more riches? Whatever it is, Reaper of Souls has it. The new adventure mode is significantly a tricky concoction calculated to make Diablo III’s existence more rewarding and more addictive than ever before.

So far Sony’s exclusives have been passable at best with Killzone and Infamous putting on an upright show. Xbox One, apart from the really good Kinect line up and Forza, has Sunset Overdrive. While all games usually make it to all platforms including PC, both Sony and Microsoft are pulling out all the stops in the special games department. There are also timed exclusives, where Xbox One scored the new augment of the Tomb Raider and PS4 got the beautiful No Mans Sky, a game that will take you 5 billion years to see it all! Again, it depends on what games you’re looking forward to.

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by techtalks @TechTalks March 11, 2015 7:16 AM UTC


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