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Another awesome samuari hit. While it's obviously far harder than Tsushima, both games share first class world-building. This superior Souls-like is one of the best action games in years.
Anicent Japen and the Wild West may be polar opposite settings, but both these games absolutely nail a rich sense of time and place. RDR2 is one of the greatest games ever made.
Arguably PS4's best exclusive. Horizon's setting is so effortlessly convincing, it never once feels weird that Aloy is downing robot dinos with a bow and arrow. An open-world masterpiece.
Like Tsushima, it's incredibly easy to get lost in the landscapes Odyssey serves up. Whether it's sandy beaches or statues of Greek gods perched atop a mountain, you just want to see all of it.
Wheee! Waheeeey! These are only some of the exclamations you're likely to make once you're swinging from skyscraper to scraper in Insomniac's NYC. Spidey is a web-slinging gem.
There's nothing quite like being the Bat. Just like Ghost of Tsushima, Arkham Knight revels in its central power fantasy. Few games capture the joy of movement like this superhero sandbox.
A slightly leftfield choice, though Yakuza and Tsushima both deliver meaningful side quests. While they're obviously very different, each game also produces knockout skirmishes.
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