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The 10 Most Addicting Games on the PlayStation 4

Looking to spice up your PlayStation 4 with some new, addicting games?

The Sony PlayStation series has held host to a strong line-up of awesome, must-have games. Since the original’s first release in December of 1994, the PlayStation has captivated gamers with top-notch gameplay and stellar graphics.

If you’re looking to the make the most out of your gaming sessions on your PlayStation 4, check out our collection of the most addicting games out there.

The Last of Us Remastered (June 2013)

This remastered release shares the gritty story once more with players of The Last of Us.

Journey through a post-apocalyptic world in this action-adventure horror survival title. The world has been overtaken by a mutated strain of fungus that’s infecting everyone. It’s your mission to transport a girl with immunity to the fungus across the United States in the hopes of finding a cure.

It sounds simple on paper, but strap in for the ride as you play The Last of Us Remastered. It’s a bumpy ride and an emotional rollercoaster.

Grand Theft Auto V (September 2013)

Grand Theft Auto V has the most sales on the PlayStation 4 with a global total of 15.95 million units sold.

In this classic series, partake in an action-adventure that has you stealing cars, shooting guns, and evading law enforcement. It’ll bring out the inner-thug in everyone.

Feeling like a little dress-up while you play? Be sure to check out Rois D’or for a set of mouth grillz to complete the ensemble.

Bloodborne (March 2015)

If there’s one thing Bloodborne does right, it’s blood.

In this third-person action role-playing game, play as the Hunter and traverse a mystical Gothic city to slay beasts and bosses. Escape the nightmare before it overtakes you.

If you’re a first-time player looking for some guidance on how to begin, check out our tips here.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (May 2015)

Adapted from the fantasy novels of the same name by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, the Witcher 3 is a riveting game in the series. An open-world game in which the story takes twists and turns based on the player’s actions and choices.

Battle baddies with weapons and magic, leveling up as you go. It’s a complex action role-playing game for the avid gamer.

Check out the trailer for Witcher 3 to see for yourself! You’ll soon find yourself immersed in a game with a story that changes every time you play it.

Rocket League (July 2015)

What could make soccer more entertaining? How about replacing the human players with rocket cars?

That’s exactly what Rocket League achieves, to great effect. In this fast-paced racing-sports hybrid, you’ll go head-to-head with other gamers as you knock a giant soccer ball around the field.

Take a look at our review of Rocket League to learn more.

Stardew Valley (February 2016)

Stardew Valley is the indie farming simulator taking the gaming scene by storm.

The plot opens with you overtaking your grandfather’s dilapidated farm. It’s up to you to restore the land to its former glory with crops and livestock. Then you can expand the farm-life further with some light crafting, cave exploration, and social activities. You can even get married and start a family!

Stardew Valley is an open-ended game that is sure to keep even the ‘non-gamer’ engaged.

Overwatch (May 2016)

Interested in first-person shooters but turned off by the gritty realism of most warfare games?

Overwatch is a team-based online multiplayer game that sets things a little differently. You’ll be assigned as one of six players, with a role as either the offense, defense, tank, or support team member. Then take on the enemy team with your unique traits and skills!

Check out our full review of Overwatch here. And be on the lookout for downloadable updates from the development team at Blizzard Entertainment!

Persona 5 (September 2016)

Wanna see what high school life is like in Tokyo, Japan?

Wanna see what life would be like if you and your friends had mystical powers that could infiltrate the subconscious mind of your enemy?

Then Persona 5 would make great as one of our addicting games for you! This role-playing game blends together a social simulator with dungeon exploration and a turn-based combat system.

Here’s our first look at Persona 5 to get a better idea of what this amazing, kooky game is all about.

NieR: Automata (February 2017)

Wanna know a secret? NieR intends for you to beat the game over and over.

You open the game as one character, traversing through a post-apocalyptic world that’s been overtaken by alien robots. As you witness humanity’s struggle for survival, you’ll partake in a plot of your own.

Once the story is done, you’ll have the chance to begin anew. This time, from someone else’s perspective. It’s a many-layered onion.

Play the game over and over, learning more of the twisting story as you go. And while you game, enjoy the awesome role-playing action that NieR: Automata has to offer.

Horizon Zero Dawn (February 2017)

To give you an idea of how good this game is, Horizon Zero Dawn is a top contender for The Game Award’s Game of the Year 2017 award.

Featuring a stunning open-world environment, you’ll traverse the terrain as Aloy, a young huntress in a post-apocalyptic world. The land has been overrun by large–sometimes giant!–mechanical dinosaurs. You have to use your stealth and hunting skills to take them out, either in-range or with your superior archery training.

Horizon Zero Dawn is an action role-playing game with powerful platforming. The skills you’ll learn and develop will keep you coming back for more as you progress the intimate storyline.

Addicting Games: Get Your Game On Now!

There are tons of PlayStation 4 titles to add to your repertoire.

The above are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to all the addicting games out there. If you have more titles to suggest, share your favorites in the comments below!

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