When I was a kid, the PlayStation was an expensive piece of hardware.
When I got older, the PS4 was cheaper, but not necessarily in the way that you might expect.
The PlayStation 4, though, still sells for a fraction of what its predecessor was.
For $300, you can get a game like Uncharted 4, which was released last year.
For just $100 more, you could get the game Destiny.
Or, to get the best of both worlds, you get the PlayStation Vita.
The console has some pretty good games.
If you’re looking for an entry-level PlayStation 4 game, I recommend the first three games listed below.
The next three games are a little better, but still not that good.
Here’s the list: Destiny (PS4) (Free) Uncharted 4 (PS Vita) (PS3) Uncharted: The Lost Legacy (PS2) Destiny 2 (PSP) Destiny 3 (PSV) Uncharted Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune (PSVR) The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Nintendo Switch) The Last of Us Remastered (PS5) Horizon Zero Dawn (PS VR) For more great PlayStation 4 games, check out this roundup of our PlayStation Blogs.
The list goes on, but I won’t be looking to play them on my PS4 for months to come.
And, while we have no hard numbers to tell you whether a game is good or bad on the PS Vita, we can say that these are the games I’ve been looking forward to the most.
Horizon Zero D, a beautiful sci-fi RPG, is an absolute must-buy.
If your only way to get a PS4 game is through a PlayStation Plus subscription, you’re probably not going to be able to afford Horizon ZeroD for a while.
The game is so gorgeous and has so much content, it’s worth spending money on.
I’ll also point out that you can save $10 on a PS Plus membership by playing this one, too.
Horizon is a beautiful game, and I can’t recommend it enough.
I’d never get another opportunity to play Horizon.
If the PS Plus subscription isn’t for you, then Horizon Zero is probably the best way to spend your money.