5 Exclusives That Defined PS4 – Vidjagame Apocalypse 396

This week, we pay overdue tribute to the passing of the PS4 era with help from Gamespot/LaserTime alum Tony Wilson, who’s launching a new video channel called FrameWork, and who helps us look back on five of the best PS4 exclusives (all of which are still fully exclusive, and which came out pre-2020 so we don’t repeat ourselves on this year’s Game of the Year show). Then it’s on to Immortals Fenyx Rising, Chronos: Before the Ashes, Super Nintendo World opening soon, and the games you’d prefer to haunt for eternity.

Question of the Week: Which game do you feel will be most associated with the PS4, and why?


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  1. My girlfriend doesn’t play games, but I had her play the first couple of levels of Astrobot Rescue. She thought it was really cool in VR, but it does take some knowledge of how the controller works after a few levels, so while it’s really neat to show off what can be done, the gameplay mechanics are too tricky to show non-gamers the really cool stuff later on. Moss also impresses right away, but it gets too complicated if you can’t use the controller without looking at it.

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