I've been gaming a fair bit recently since I finally got a PS4. A few games I've played recently - Battlefield 1: The campaign was ok, but for the most part I thought this game kind of sucked. As a shooter it really isn't impressive. Moreover, the whole game is mainly built around the multiplayer and because of the limited mobility and all the stupid vehicles/special classes it just isn't very fun. I know people that love it, but it wasn't for me. Also, I don't like playing multiplayer where the number of team mates you have in a match are so many you can't really individually affect the outcome. Overall, just not really worth it. 4/10 Horizon zero dawn: Amazing graphics and great story. Very well thought out and genuinely interesting to follow. The combat is very innovative and I give it points for that, but ultimately the combat starts to get really old and not be very much fun anymore. This would have been a great game if they had refined the fighting a little better. Still well worth buying. 8/10 Witcher 3: I think most people have played this by now, but this was legitimately one of the best 5 games I've ever played. Everything about this game is amazing. If you at all like fantasy setting RPGs get this shit immediately. My only minor gripe is that a lot of the levels/quests were a bit too short and sometimes there is so much story and dialogue that you want to just go around killing/doing stuff and feel like skipping over it. Very minor gripe though. This is one of the best games ever made. 10/10 Destiny 2: Awesome graphics, and as a shooter it is insanely well made. There are so many different guns and you can feel how each and every slight adjustment changes how you use them. In terms of weapons it might be the best shooter ever. That said there are two things holding it back. First, there is little to no variation in the missions. You run in, shoot everything, rinse and repeat. That's pretty much the whole game. It gets away with it for the most part because it is such a well made shooter. The second part is the story is absurdly vague and silly. It's not essential to a game to have a great story, but it's always nice, and given that the company apparently tried to add an in depth story to this --- I don't really know what they were thinking. I mean, you have to delve into stuff to truly have a story people give a shit about. Whatever though, overall a very solid game. 8.5/10 Far Cry 5: I'm playing this now and I'm still not totally sure what to think about it. Parts of it are really fun. Lighting cultists on fire while "burn baby burn" is playing is awesome. However, some parts of it are just unbelievably bad. The plane flying/shooting mechanics for example are the worst control design I think I've seen in a game ever. Who the fuck thought this was a good idea? Then there's the ridiculous story. I'm about halfway through and the cult has captured me half a dozen times. They never just, you know, kill me. It's fucking idiotic. Once or twice is one thing, but it happens every couple of hours and it's getting really stupid. That said, the mission variation is great, and while the main story is total garbage the side mission characters you meet are kind of fun. I don't know if I would recommend buying it or not. I don't think I like it as much as Far Cry 3 and 4, but I'm not really regretting getting it either. 8/10 but I could easily justify ranking it lower. There are a lot of glitches as well that really, really should have been cleaned up before release. They're quite prevalent and at times are major glitches that fuck up missions and whatnot --- not just minor things like a dead body floating.