Player’s Guide to the Play Station 4 Chapter 3: Games
Hello all and welcome back to WrmH0l3! Today’s chapter in the Player’s guide will be an analysis of the PS4’s capabilities with games such as graphics, performance and a more in depth look at how the controller handles while playing. This tech demo will be done with Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag!
I always find it hard to fit into one particular category when it comes to my games and what platform I’m using. I love both Microsoft and Sony and what they have brought to players, Sony bringing beloved titles such as Ratchet and Clank, God of War and Crash Bandicoot while Microsoft brought us Gears of War, Halo and the soon-to-be Ryse: Son of Rome. However, I do enjoy strong performance and a high-quality gaming experience. I feel that the Play Station 4 has given just that. The Assassin’s Creed franchise has been multi-platform friendly since the get-go, but there is just something about it on the Play Station, a sense of comfort as if it was meant to be played on a dual-shock, not on an Xbox one. I may just be that weird guy who gets way too involved in a game but theres just something about it. Not to mention that crisp 1080p resolution that comes with the new update for the game. ‘Dat display!
Until next time!
Stay Calm and Play PS4!