Editors’ Choice: Why Astro Bot Rescue Mission is One of the Best Games of 2018

It’s not just that the titular hero Astro is adorable (he is). It’s not even just because the levels are a marathon of creative platforming experiences (they are). It’s because in a year filled with excellent takes on the virtual reality medium, Japan Studio have expertly threaded the needle to create an insanely fun platformer that will stand as a landmark for what all VR games should aspire to be.

The Best PS4 Games of 2018 You Might Not Have Heard of, Chosen by Top PlayStation Developers

It’s the dilemma we face every single year. Too many great games, so little time. So, need a refresher course in what came out this year? Or just looking for personal recommendations from those that know gaming inside-out? Us too. That’s why we asked a selection of PlayStation developers for their personal recommendations of the lesser-known PS4 games released in 2018

Editors’ Choice: Why Beat Saber is One of the Best Games of 2018

You probably know the gist of this one, as it’s been making the rounds on YouTube for a while: the player, equipped with dual sabers, slashes through oncoming blocks to the beat of high-energy tunes — many composed in-house by Jaroslav Beck. Beck, co-founder of Beat Games, has contributed his musical talents to big properties including Blizzard’s Overwatch and Hollywood juggernauts like Star Wars and Terminator..

The Drop: New PlayStation Games for December 18, 2018

Prepare to smash, slash, and burn your way through throngs of bloodthirsty enemies in Warhammer: Vermintide 2. Developed by Fatshark, this intense first-person game takes place during the desperate End Times of the iconic Warhammer world.

The vicious Chaos army and Skaven horde can be a lot to handle for one fantastical hero, which makes exterminating scum with up to four friends in co-op a great way to play. Prepare thy hammer, sword, pyromancy, and more for a dark and bloody fantasy battle.

Smash Hit Plunder Blasts To PS VR, Out Now

Smash Hit Plunder has a full single player campaign, with plenty of story and levels to go through. It’s really important for a game to give you a sense of progression, to make it feel like a “full game” rather than a demo. In Smash Hit Plunder, we have a various ways of feeling like you are progressing through the game and getting better at it.