Below are the top 5 PlayStation 4 games, in no particular order, to go out and grab off the shelves. How many of them would be on your top 5 list?

1) Killzone: Shadow Fall

Killzone: Shadow Fall is a good example of showing the higher processing and memory capabilities of the PS4 in comparison to the previous PlayStation 3. The game produces excellent graphics and incredibly realistic visuals and sounds; however the general verdict is that whilst it does show what the PlayStation 4 is capable of, perhaps the game doesn’t use the console’s power to its full potential.

2) Infamous: Second Son

Second Son is the third installment to the Infamous series, after Infamous 2 being released in 2011 and the original game being released in 2009. The hero, Delsin Rowe stumbles across a conduit at the beginning of the game and gets attacked. When he awakes, he soon realizes he now possesses super powers. Whilst progressing through the game you’ll be able to upgrade Delsin’s powers a great number of times, which we’re all excited to see.

3) Watch Dogs

Watch Dogs bring a slightly new concept to gaming. Like the number 2 game in this list, it’s an open world game. Although, as well featuring seventy-odd weapons and around 50 vehicles, the main focus of Watch Dogs is on using all the technology within the city as a weapon by hacking into anything you please. This includes manipulating traffic lights, bridges, trains and pretty much everything else you could think of.

4) Call of Duty: Ghosts

How many COD games are we on now? Even I completely forget at this point, they’ve released so many, with a new game coming out every November, for as long as I can remember. Ghosts is the 10th game in the Call of Duty Franchise, and at this point it’s really hard to be able to include fresh content with every new release. However, consumers are continually satisfied and if you want what your friends are bound to be playing, look no further.

5) Metal Gear Solid V Ground Zeroes

The latest installment to Metal Gear Solid; Ground Zeroes. Offering new ways to travel and sneak, as well as being able to select missions like the old-school games rather than play through a whole story in order, Metal Gear Solid 5 will be one that many long time PlayStation fans are looking forward to. The new methods of travel include using planes, motorcycles or helicopters to get to each mission.