PlayStation VR delivers compelling games in a comfortable, easy-to-use headset that won't break your budget.
The PS4 Pro offers 4K gaming and streaming, gorgeous HDR effects and a healthy game library with VR support.
Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut is the best way to play one of 2020’s best games, but the PS5 upgrade can be a bit pricey.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade leverages the PS5 to make a great game even better, but it’s the Intermission DLC where the experience really shines.
The PDP LVL50 Wired Stereo Headset provides decent gaming sound for a fair price, but you can get much better features from similar gadgets.
Ghost of Tsushima is pretty similar to other open-world games, but a strong combat system and a solid samurai story give it some staying power.
Thanks to its intuitive interface, superior discovery features and powerful DVR, Sony PlayStation Vue is very close to being a cable killer.
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is almost defiantly old-school: a straightforward action/exploration experience with plenty of polish.
Judgment offers a serious yet fun departure from the Yakuza series that doesn’t skimp on the action and drama.
Astro's C40 TR is an excellent high-end PS4 controller with a comfy design and tons of customization options.
Far Cry: New Dawn takes players back to Hope County 17 years after the fact to face twin foes, with new weapons and lots of fan service.
Marvel's Spider-Man is the definitive Spidey experience, with a thrilling traversal system, a unique story and a vibrant open-world New York City.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's brilliant, delightfully addictive combat and healthy amount of modes outshine its lack of overall polish.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy plants the seeds for great characters to push the franchise forward, but it takes its time getting there and hasn't changed much from Uncharted 4.
With its immersive story mode, deep gear system and tight combat, Injustice 2 is a must-have fighting game for comic fans and tournament players.
The PS4-centric Turtle Beach Ear Force Stealth 520 provides good audio for games, but its design is outdated.
World of Final Fantasy is a colorful role-playing game with inventive battle mechanics, but you've probably heard the story before.
No Man's Sky is a gorgeous game that gives players a satisfying sense of exploration, but the experience can be incredibly repetitive.
Tearaway Unfolded has an inspired art style and memorable music, but both the gameplay and the story are rather undemanding.
Type-0 isn't as beautiful or as innovative as other recent Final Fantasy titles, but for a PSP remake from 2011, it's pretty good.
Wrong Number brings more of what made Hotline Miami so great: puzzles, fast-paced action and a soundtrack that can't be contained.
The lack of customization, contradictory driving elements and tiny car list make Driveclub a pass for all but the most die-hard racing fans.