Top PS4 Anime Games to Play This Summer
- 2020-10-11 14:40
If you’re really into anime, you probably like video games as well, and this summer will bring some very nice and anticipated titles for you to play on your PS4. So let’s find out what games you should definitely download on your console.
Judgment (Judge Eyes)
Judgment is the latest spin-off to the Yakuza video game series that was released last December and earned critical acclaim in Japan. Non-Japanese gamers will get the chance to play this successful game only in June. Judge Eyes mostly feels like Yakuza in terms of exploration and combat, but it has a lot of new features that reflect the main hero being a detective and a lawyer. That means you don’t have to play other games in the universe to enjoy this one, and you can have a lot of fun solving mysteries.
Warhammer: Chaosbane is an old school hack and slash set in the Warhammer Fantasy universe, which means you can visit iconic locations like Nuln or Praag while fighting more than 70 types of monsters types including bosses, leveling up and unlocking new, even more deadly skills. There are four different classes in the game; each of them has its own gameplay style, skills, and equipment.
The current beta version is available only online, but the official release in June will allow you to play offline as well – or use LAN to do old school co-op. The developers claim that the classes were specifically designed to assist each other while being in a party. In addition to Story mode, the game will have other unique modes like a boss rush mode, and future updates will surely bring something else.
The Sinking City
The Sinking City is an original survival horror that takes its inspiration from the dreadful universe created by Howard Lovecraft. The main hero is a lonely investigator who tries to find out what really happened to a city that is mysteriously sinking. The game takes place in an alternate 1920’s New England, and the protagonist is some kind of a collective image of action movie heroes of that era.
To create Oakmont, the city players will explore, the developers visited Boston and studied old buildings, many of which appear in the game. Based on what the team working on the game has already shown, The Sinking City will be a rather slow-paced detective game like Judgment, but with much more mysterious atmosphere. Anyway, we’ll find that out pretty soon as the release is planned for June.
Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled
Crash Team Racing is a remastered version of the original PlayStation 2 hit. Still, the new game is not just a bit improved graphics: developers promise to recreate the original game from scratch. That means that alongside with new stages and characters players will also get new modes and a lot of modern features like online play. So let’s hope the game will not become just another Mario Kart clone.
Trover Saves the Universe
Trover Saves the Universe is an upcoming comedy adventure game from Justin Roiland, the co-creator of the Adult Swim hit, Rick and Morty. The plot is as simple as it’s absurd: your dogs were kidnapped by a psycho named Glorkon who somehow uses them to destroy the universe. And your goal is to defeat him and get your dogs back with the help of Trover, a purple eye-hole monster.
Trover Saves the Universe is an action-adventure game that combines fighting and exploring eccentric worlds. And to make that even more interesting, the game also supports the use of a VR headset so that you can get immersed into the Trover’s insane world. Definitely recommended for all of the Rick and Morty fans as the game shares its visual style and sense of humor.
Most of these games will be released at the beginning of June, so you won’t have to wait for the whole summer, and with our help, you can already choose what you like. Whether you prefer cartoonish racing games, detective stories, RPGs in the hack and slash genre or even bizarre comedies, this summer will surely bring something special for you.