Those looking for a game with lots of challenge and a distinct sense of style would do well to check out Shinobi.
Driveclub is a racing sim for the PlayStation 4 focused on highly detailed cars and social racing teams.
Deep Down is a brand-new pseudo-medieval aesthetic themed IP from Capcom powered by its new Panta Rhei engine that is being developed for the PlayStation 4.
Hohokum is a collaboration between artist Richard Hogg and Honeyslug, a London-based game studio.
Murasaki Baby tells the story of a little girl who wakes up in a weird world populated by children's fantasies and fears.
Big Fest is a game in which you design, build, and manage the ultimate music festival, from a small field with 20 guests slow clapping, all the way up to multi-day, multi-stage, mega festivals.
Rime is an adventure game developed by Tequila Works and published with Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios Europe that will be a first party PS4 exclusive.
The Order: 1886
The Order: 1886 pits well-armed agents against nasty demons in a steampunk-style world.
The Last Guardian
The Last Guardian is the newest project from Fumito Ueda, the creator of ICO and Shadow of the Colossus.
DanceStar Party is a dancing game where players utilize the PlayStation Move to dance along to original music videos on the PlayStation 3.
This action-adventure game will be based on a computer-generated feature film of the same name.
Final Fantasy VII
Never before have technology, playability, and narrative combined as well as in Final Fantasy VII.
Even NASCAR fans will cringe when their character slams to the asphalt with a fleshy "smack."
Disney/Pixar A Bug's Life
It is obvious that Disney was more interested in producing a $40 advertisement for its movie than in developing a playable game.
Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere
While early adopters of the import version might have had a lot to look forward to in the US release, Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere arrives on our fair shores gutted of the few qualities that made it attractive in the firs...
Ape Escape is one of the PlayStation's finest development efforts, one that shouldn't be overlooked because of its silly storyline and title.
Battle Arena Toshinden
News flash: The PC version of Battle Arena Toshinden isn't as good as the PlayStation version.
Battle Arena Toshinden 3
Toshinden 3 is what Toshinden 2 should have been - an improved version of the original.
There's a good game here - it's simply hidden under many layers of frustration.
While Bomberman World isn't a particularly bad game per se, it's clearly not the best representative of what the series has to offer.
Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror
Broken Sword II is a wonderful throwback to the classic Sierra-style adventure game and is a great adventure for fans of the style.
Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars (The Director's Cut)
Investigate a mysterious bombing and unravel a deep mystery in this point-and-click adventure.
Bust A Groove
If PaRappa left you wanting more games in that vein, Bust A Groove makes for a good follow-up.
If you're looking for a mech game where you can just plug in a disc and hit the battlefield, this ain't it.
Colony Wars III: Red Sun
Thanks to a greater focus on plot development and presentation, Psygnosis delivers with Red Sun what is arguably the best Colony Wars title to date.
More than a great snowboarding game, it's a pretty good racer as well.
Cool Boarders 3
Unfortunately, Cool Boarders 3 isn't the sequel we had all hoped for - changing developers for this third game really hurt the series a lot.
Players looking for an old-school platform game with uncanny visual effects will certainly find it here.
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back
Crash Bandicoot 2 is a topnotch platform game.