The PS4 has loads of good games now if you have a wide taste in games.
I'd love to see you expound on this.
So, I'm one of the people who bought the ps4 for bloodborne, and also picked up PSN+ because I heard it was required for the co-op aspects of BB. Still don't really know if that is true.
The cool thing is the PS4 is an active platform for indie titles, and with psn+ there are 3 free games a month. In February I picked up Transistor (which seems cool, but I haven't had a chance to get into), and then put the money down on Resogun and Jamestown+. I recommend both. Last month Rogue Legacy was free...you might want to look into that one if they are still giving it away.
Later this year we should expect Salt and Sanctuary. A 2D version of a souls game. If you aren't completely done with Souls yet, a 2D version might just be what you were looking for. Also waiting for the PS4 version of Darkest Dungeon which I am not sure has had its full release on the PC yet.
In AAA titles, Dragon Age Inquisition looks like a 100+ hour fantasy title (I liked the original DA:O) and then there's Evil Within if you didn't play it on an earlier console. You could also spring for the Dark Souls 2 re-release which comes with all the DLC, remixed enemy placement, prettier graphics and 60 fps. PC gamers got robbed on this and honestly I didn't love DS 2, so there will need to be a lull in titles to lure me back to this title.
I'm coming up a bit empty handed after that, but that's still a few hundred hours worth of gaming right there.
ban CMoon for being a closet Jerry Falwell cockmonster/Ann Coulter fan, Nijska a bronie (ack! The horror!), and Ed Oscuro being unable to post 100-word arguments without writing 3-pages posts.
Eugenics: you know it's right!
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