37 New PlayStation Games of May 2018
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37 PS4 Games released this May 2018 have just received their Playscores. Let’s check them out right now!
The Playscore is a standard rating that averages gamer and critic reviews. When a game only reaches the minimum requirement of critic OR gamer reviews, it receives a provisional playscore.
Master the elements and become a supreme being in this procedurally generated arcade game from Owlgorithm. Avoid all surfaces and reach the destination. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 5.11
Marketed as the most authentic and community focused tennis game ever made, it sure suffers from a technical standpoint due to numerous bugs, performance issues and so much more. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 5.48
This is a first-person survival horro r game where you play as a tormented soul stuck in the deepest depths of hell. It’s a completely horrifying idea… that is, until you start getting bored of hell, itself. This game is not for the faint of heart, as it can be agonizing in the worst way. It has a Playscore of 5.68
Another Tennis sports game in the oversaturated market. Bigben’s very own version has its good elements, but its primary concern stems from its unfinished product. A work in progress, I guess? It has a PlayScore of 5.82
Inspired by the Arabian Nights, this first person roguelike adventure game from former BioShock developers takes you to the life of a daring thief in a city of scimitars and whips. It has a Provisional Play Score of 6.29
The city is unforgiving -- the only way to survive this hell-hole is to show off how tough you are. This stylish retro shooter, while fun to play us not the smoothest game out there, which may frustrate some people. Currently, it has a Provisional Playscore of 6.42
Take the fighting to the streets in this homage to the classic beat ‘em up games. Stop hooligans from tearing up the streets and use every bit of your guts to clean the streets with tough justice. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.42
The latest chapter from Big Bad Wolf’s narrative adventure adds more consequences to their choice-driven scenarios and unravels an even bigger mystery without giving away spoilers. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.53
The future is now. This physics-based dodgeball game from Zen puts you on a first person version of your high school nightmare. Remix comes with new additions and better performance for the PlayStation 4. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.56
Velocity is your best friend in this co-op racing game from Supergonk. Paint the racetrack with its dynamic neon-lit colors. Play with up to six players online and enjoy its local split-screen mode for couch party fun. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 6.63
The next game on our list is a multiplayer game where 32 players can join a match with 4 players on each team manning the ship. This game would be a joy to play for all you steampunks out there, the only downside is that it can get a bit repetitive. It has a Provisional Playscore of 6.82
A first-person shooter sci-fi game set in the Warhammer 40k Universe. This enhanced edition fixes the original’s issues by adding a new progression system, a new class, and so much more! It has a PlayScore of 7.04
A 16-bit 2D action platformer where you take control of a Fox with a magical crossbow. Switch and adapt to the game’s 5 changing seasons and explore areas, defeat enemies and uncover secrets. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.26
Fan feedbacks aside, Bungie’s latest DLC for their acclaimed space shooter takes you to a whole new world with new weapons, maps, and a multiplayer mode. It has a PlayScore of 7.38
The universe awaits you in ROCKFISH’s action-focused single-player shooter. Filled with captivating visuals and a wonderful sci-fi story to behold. Fight, craft, loot, explore and survive the void. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.41
Bandai Namco’s little RPG adventure from the hit anime comes with surprises and fan services. This original story takes you to the world of Little Witch Academia with a familiar and heartwarming feeling. It has a PlayScore of 7.45
In a historic moment for their development, Conan Exiles is now free from its Early Access shackles. This open-world survival game takes you to the early days of humanity. Fight with sticks and stones and dominate the new world. It has a PlayScore of 7.59
For the love of Sci-fi, this story-rich indie adventure from Fullbright hits you in all the right places. Gone Home’s creators take you to to a lonely space station in the year 2088. Explore every detail and find out what happened to the ship’s crew. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.79
It’s a cinematic video game adventure from ThroughLine. It oozes nothing but wonder. Dive deep into a realm where everyday objects have a life of their own. Solve a mystery that determines the fate of their world. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.81
Vaporize your enemies in Roll7’s latest indie-sports co-op. Set in a glowing neon-lit future, test your reflexes as you evade from enemy colored walls. Play with friends and form unique team tactics. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.85
In this pin-ball adventure game, you join the pint-sized postman Yoku on his adventures in the ancient Mokumana Island. This game has a refreshing vibe to it and for now, it has a Provisional Playscore of 7.93
If anyone’s asking what Canada looks like right now, it’s all in the game. This indie zombie game lets you control a band of jerks as they explore cities in search for resources and run away from the undead. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 7.98
Tripwire Interactive continues their violent action franchise in a fully-realized VR game. Incursion is a story-driven adventure about the origins of the Zed menace. Play with friends in co-op or survive waves of enemies in endless. It has a PlayScore of 8.14
The next game on our list is a fast-paced, extremely competitive, battle royale shooter. You have to develop and awesome strategy because you’ll never know when toxic gases would be released. Currently, it has a Provisional Playscore of 8.15
An arcade-racing game inspired by the simplistic 90’s. Drift your way through a number of racetracks and outrun your opponents with your mad driving skills. Call your friends and enjoy its split screen support. It has a PlayScore of 8.17
The SEGA Collection of Mega Drive and Genesis classics is out to be enjoyed by the new generation. There are over 50 titles in this collection from Sonic to Streets of Rage 2. This is a great sampler of all the games we enjoyed as youngsters. This collections has a Playscore of 8.18
A rogue-like action adventure game from Contingent99. As a powerful wizard in the making, experience its precise movements and fluid combat system. It’s a dungeon-crawler that features hundreds of unique spells and relics. It has a PlayScore of 8.2
A murder-mystery game with a dose of post-apocalyptic action. The End Of World just happened, and it’s up to you to save it by repeating its final day again and again… until you do it right. Find clues, fight enemies, and solve a looming murder-case. It has a PlayScrore of 8.22
Here’s yet another blast from the past. This collection was made in celebration of the historic 30 year legacy of Street Fighter. Fans of the franchise will really have a kick with this collection that has a Playscore of 8.33.
A shopkeeper moonlights as a monster-slaying hero in this rouge-lite adventure. The contrast between managing your store and dungeon crawling keeps it engaging. There are some parts that need work, however. Item management is confusing and there are some minor bugs. Definitely a must-have to fans of retro-themed RPGs. It has a Playscore of 8.42.
Also a mobile game, this action-shooter lets you defend your bus from a hungry horde of zombies. Plan your defense to ward off the flesh-eating army and blast them with your wide arsenal of firepower. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 8.49
Next on this list is INTI Creates’ 2D-Metroidvania adventure that oozes with Castlevania elements. Play as a demon-slayer who travels through perilous lands to defeat powerful enemies. It has a PlayScore of 8.55
An enhanced version of the critically acclaimed 2D RPG. This refined version offers stunning visuals and 4K compatibility. Slaying dragons and exploring dungeons has never looked so spellbinding. It has a PlayScore of 8.73
Quantic Dream’s latest adventure game takes you to three different stories in a cyberpunk world. Play as three Androids in a Blade Runner-esque journey and make the right choices in its branching narrative.
Claire and Raine livestreamed this game last Friday. You guys should check their video out. They will also be livestreaming next friday for part 2, so stay tuned. Currently, this game has a PlayScore of 8.74
A casual filter since the beginning of time, this is the Dark Souls of Remasters. Re-enter the deep and dark universe of Lordran with 60 frames, high-definition visuals and the the Artorias of the Abyss DLC. It has a PlayScore of 8.9
The latest expansion in Monolith’s action hack and slash open-world adventure puts you in shoes of Baranorm Captain of Minas Ithil. It has a Provisional PlayScore of 9.36
This needs no introduction. Years after its release on the PS3, this re-master arrives for the PS4. It’s currently only available, free-of-charge to those with Far Cry 5 season pass. Full release is set within the coming weeks. Based on initial reviews, it’s no more than just a straight port of the PC version so if you miss that memorable tropical gore, you might want to check it out. It has a provisional Playscore of 9.63