PS4 MMO

Tom Clancy's The Division

Whether or not this strategy pays off is solely up to the player themselves, but for me, the reliance on convention rather then tackling the subjects raised makes me question whether or not I will continue to explore the world Ubisoft is allowing us to play in.

Tom Clancy's The Division

Destiny: The Taken King

That, in essence, is the give and take of this package. Finally at a point where I can not only recommend it, but have actually bought it myself, I am still shocked when I think about the game as a whole. For the first time, Destiny feels like it's complete. It's not perfect, far from it in fact, and I still can't entirely disagree when they speak of the package itself as bad. But I've also been unable to put it down for the past month I've played it. And that, the fun of getting into the game and exploring what it does have to offer, rather then sitting on the sidelines grumbling about what it doesn't, makes The Taken King, a worthy addition to my library.

Destiny: The Taken King

Final Fantasy XIV Online: A Realm Reborn

There's little about Final Fantasy XIV that renovates the MMO's basic form, but it tackles that addictive paradigm with zeal and emerges with an engrossing world and fluid combat system all its own. The PS4 version looks and plays great, not to mention the new control and play options only available on the platform. It all adds up to make this the most functional version of the game yet, itself one of the most exciting and polished MMOs around.

Final Fantasy XIV Online: A Realm Reborn