This year, on PlayStation 5, many titles have taken players on incredible journeys, sometimes thanks to their history, sometimes with their artistic direction. In this new article dedicated to the best console games from Sony, we are going to talk about these adventures in particular. And you will see it, you will not be disappointed. Without further ado, here comes the first game.

Kena : Bridge of Spirits

The result of the hard work of the Embar Lab studio, Kena Bridge of Spirits is actually the team’s first video game, previously only devoted to animated films. We follow the adventures of young Kena, who must bring together the souls of different characters to restore her lands to their former glory.

Visual side, the trip takes place in a huge and sublime forest, where there are many things to discover. Almost always as beautiful as an animated film, Kena Bridge of Spirits symbolizes a very beautiful technical showcase for the PlayStation 5 – 4K / 60 frames per second – even if the PS4 version is not to be outdone.

  • Release date : September 21, 2021
  • Editor’s Note : 18/20

Ratchet & Clank : Rift Apart

For once, the studio behind the next title knows a lot about video games, and not just a little. After making the excellent Marvel’s Spider-Man in 2018 as well as its big DLC ​​Miles Morales two years later, Insomniac Games has returned to its first love, with a new opus from Ratchet & Clank.

It’s simple, with its impeccable technique, dynamic gameplay and colorful universe, Rift Apart is the perfect technical showcase for the PlayStation 5. It was also almost for this purpose that it was developed, taking advantage of the console’s SSD to move the player from one dimension to another without loading.

  • Release date : June 11, 2021
  • Editor’s Note : 18/20

It Takes Two

Very nice surprise at the start of the year, It Takes Two took everyone by surprise with its quirky and absolutely charming universe. An originality rare enough to be noticed: the title is played entirely in cooperation and on a split screen, in the tradition now established by the Hazelight studio, with the eccentric Josef Fares at its head.

Basically all of the gameplay and staging is based on this philosophy, which results in a lot of situations where the two heroes find themselves with complementary powers that have to be combined to move forward. In addition, the title offers itself the luxury of having a touching and well-written story.

  • Release date : June 11, 2021
  • Editor’s Note : 18/20

Crash Bandicoot 4

Already an excellent game in 2020, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time took a detour via the PlayStation 5 the following year to once again put our eyes on it, and our fingers.

On the sidelines of an ever-present challenge, the colorful and living universe of the famous marsupial is even more highlighted on next-gen, with the famous 4K and 60 frames per second, even though the basic title was already very beautiful.

Plus, there’s no need to checkout again to enjoy the pleasures of Crash 4 on PS5: the update is free if you already own the PlayStation 4 version. Very good news.

  • Release date : 12 mars 2021
  • Editor’s Note : 16/20

Lost in Random

Largely inspired by the works of Tim Burton, Lost in Random is presented as one of the most exotic and successful adventures of this end of the year. The player embodies the young Pair, child of the city of Unibourg, separated from his Odd sister, removed.

Then begins a quest to find her. To help her, she is accompanied by Décisse, a die that will evolve as the adventure progresses. Because obviously, there are fights, very inspired by board games. You’ll need to build a decent deck, use the right cards at the right time, and hope that Décisse pulls a big number. A really successful mix.

  • Release date : September 10, 2021
  • Editor’s Note : 16/20

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