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PlayStation 5 Reveal - The 5 Games That Stole Our Hearts.
2020-06-18 06:10:06

Earlier this week, Sony showcased their PlayStation 5 digital reveal event. Featuring the new console, controller, and its specs, Sony showcased a number of incredible-looking titles coming to the system over the next two years. With that said, we want to show you the five titles that captured our hearts and left us the biggest impression from the show.

You can check out the official PlayStation 5 site here for additional info.

Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart

Coming from Spyro and Spider-Man developer, Insomniac Games, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart will be the first title in the series since the 2016 Ratchet and Clank title, which was a remake of the original game. Featuring the titular duo, this title sets them in an adventure with ever-changing landscapes. Shifting through dimensions, you’ll enter a world of dragons one moment and get dragged into a futuristic city the next. The gorgeous fur texture and environments showcase exceptional visual detail. As someone who’s only played the PS4 remake, I’m excited to check out another title in the series.

Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Spawning off of the 2018 PS4 hit, Marvel’s Spider-Man, the upcoming Spider-Man: Miles Morales looks nothing short of beautiful. It features Peter Parker’s protege taking on crime in his own adventure. However, while initial reports mentioned that this is not a sequel, but rather a remaster of the 2018 PS4 hit featuring a new storyline, Insomniac confirmed this is, indeed, a standalone title.

Demon’s Souls Remake

Bluepoint Games, developer of the Shadow of the Colossus remake, unveiled the remake of From Software’s original Souls title. Setting the groundwork for Dark Souls, this PS3-exclusive title began From Software’s modern legacy into creating some of the best games released in the last decade.

Demon’s Souls set a precedent as a real-time Action/Adventure title with RPG elements. However, it was unquestionably flawed in its execution with some elements, such as World Tendency. This mysterious element changed world elements. As such, without the proper understanding of how it worked, you could miss out on crucial weapons, such as the Dragon Bone Smasher in the second world. This frustrating aspect will hopefully be corrected in the upcoming feature. If the Dark Souls Remaster taught us anything, it’s that quality-of-life improvements will almost certainly come to this remake as well.

Resident Evil: Village

Capcom’s upcoming survival-horror title, Resident Evil Village, features Ethan Winters, the protagonist of highly successful Resident Evil 7, as well as Chris Redfield, longtime Resident Evil protagonist. The trailer features an old village, the occult, and more.  To what extent the title will feature supernatural elements, akin to the Resident Evil 4 beta, remains to be seen. Perhaps most striking is the end of the trailer confirming that “Resident Evil Village” spells out “Resident Evil VIII.” Coming after two Resident Evil remakes, Capcom has chosen to continue the story from its last chronological entry.

Horizon: Forbidden West

The sequel to Guerilla’s incredible 2017 title, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Forbidden West will continue protagonist Aloy’s story in a world set 1,000 years from the present day. Featuring the machines, it appears that they will become part of yet another global threat. The trailer also features Sylens, one of the prominent characters from the first game, interacting with the machines as well. However, fans of the original game remember one thing: the fate of past-world antagonist, Ted Faro, was never uncovered. His actions single-handedly created the apocalypse and his status is only presumed deceased. Hopefully, we will see in the very near future.

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