Alright 2019, you’ve made your point. Judging by the new games we’ve seen so far this year, it’s gonna be a good one.
We’ve already got an awfully diverse lineup with survival horror masterpiece Resident Evil 2, the long (long) awaited Kingdom Hearts III, and action flight sim Ace Combat 7, not to mention smaller hits like Futuregrind, Megalith, and Wandersong.
But enough talk… have at you! And by you, I mean the polls. Get in there.
Celeste is a game about believing in yourself and the journey to discover what you are capable of.
While that may seem like quite the lofty statement for a 2D platforming game with a retro pixel-style aesthetic, being able to take away such an insightful and empowering feeling from a game is precisely what makes Celeste one of the best games of 2018.
Let’s start with the game itself. At its core, Celeste is a precision platformer where your eventual goal is to climb a mountain. Early on, you’re taught two moves: how to dash (press square and a direction), and how to wall climb (hold L2). The controls are snappy and fluid — at any given moment you feel in total control of your character. Jumping and dashing quickly become second nature, which is critical for game like this, because Celeste is hard.
Alright! December is out, January is in, and we’ve got one more poll in which we humbly request your participation.
I know we just asked you to vote in our annual Game of the Year awards, but do your old pal Justin a favor and help us crown a winner for December. The polls will close Sunday night, and next week we’ll tally up the votes and update this post with the winner. But hey, you know the drill by now!
Hot dog! Er, dragon. Spyro Reignited Trilogy is offcially the best new game of November 2018, according to the fine readers of PlayStation.Blog.
We saw some fierce competition this month, with the likes of Battlefield V, Hitman 2 and The Forest taking the first, second, and third runner-up spots, respectively.
Congratulations, Rockstar! Red Dead Redemption 2 trounced the competition in the polls for October, earning its place as the month’s best new game. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey each made a respectable showing, but not enough to take the top spot.
Editor’s Choice selections are hand-picked by editors of PlayStation.Blog and PlayStation Store, and we can heartily recommend that you add any or all of them to your collection.
The players have spoken, and the Dragon of Dojima has claimed the throne for August 2018.
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