Get ready to travel far and wide with games that remind us of Sucker Punch's samurai
Say hello to another outstanding samurai adventure. Its brilliant combat may be brutally unforgiving, but Sekiro's frost-covered kingdom is just as beautiful as Tsushima's world.
A sandbox filled with robotic dinos might not scream "buy me if you enjoyed a samurai game". Yet Horizon and Tsushima are linked by verdant worlds that encourage exploration.
Sucker Punch's only other full-fat PS4 game handles in the sort of instantly snappy way Ghost of Tsushima players will quickly recognize. Delsin is slightly annoying, mind.
PS4 really has enjoyed quite the run of stellar first-party open-world games, hasn't it? Like Tsushima, Spidey boasts tippy top production values and empowering controls.
Yakuza's version of Japan is obviously very different to Tsushima - that's what happens when two games are set seven centuries apart. Still, both titles pack in worthwhile side missions.
Read the entire list at