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We asked you which PS4 game you would need to buy if you were to get the PS4 Pro.
The PS4 PRO is an updated version of the PS5 Pro, and is a bit of a beast compared to the older PS5.
Here are the top five games on the list.1.
PS4 Game of the Year: Horizon: Zero Dawn (PS4, $99.99)2.
PS5 Game of of the year: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End (PS5, $79.99, free PS Plus version)3.
PS Vita Game of it’s Year: Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (PS Vita, $9.99), Uncharted 4 Pro Edition (PS Plus, $59.99 and PS Plus free)4.
PSVR Game of its Year: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (PSVR, $29.99).5.
PS3 Game of your Year: Minecraft (PS3, $19.99 or PS4, free), PS4 Games with Gold (PS+) and PS Vita Gold Edition (Free)A lot of these games are great to have on your PS4.
You will be amazed at how much you can play on the PS Vita and the PS VR.
We think Horizon: ZERO Dawn is a fantastic example of how to use the PSVR to your advantage.
The gameplay is very easy to pick up, and the game is not a massive hit at launch.
It is not just a great entry point for the PS Vita and the PlayStation VR.
It has a great story that really pulls you into the world of the island, and it is also an amazing looking game.
Uncharted 4 and The Last of Us Remastered are great on the PlayStation Vita and PSVR.
In the case of Uncharted 4, the game will not be available in the US until March 20th, so it is not worth the wait.
The best thing about Horizon: Horizon is the game world, which is stunning and beautiful.
You can play the game at any time, and in the game’s first two levels, you can see the land, and you can explore the island.
Horizon: Game of our Year: Call of Duty: Ghosts (PS1, $39.99/PS4/PSVita, $49.99 each).7.
PS2 Game of Your Year: Fallout Shelter (PS2, $11.99); PS Vita Games with gold (PS+/PS+ free)8.
PS1 Game of You’s Year, Game of My Year, Yours Game of Year: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PSone, $44.99/$49.
PS Vue Game of Years: MetalGear Solid V (PSP/PS Vita free), MetalGear Rising: Revengeance (PSN/PS Plus free), The Last Guardian (PSOne/PSP free), Batman Arkham Knight (PSMobile, free)10.
PS VR Game of years: Grand Theft Auto V (free), Batman: Arkham City (PS VR free), Far Cry Primal (Free), Rocket League (Free).11.
PS 4 Game of year: The Last Of Us Remastered (PS One, $14.99; PS4 Free)12.
PSVita Games with Free: Dead Rising 3 (Free PSV), Uncharted: The Lost Legacy (Free PC/PSVR), Batman & Robin: The Telltale Series (Free Vita)13.
PS One Game of Mine: Fallout 4 (Free Xbox One), The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Free Windows PC), Destiny (Free PlayStation 4), Battlefield Hardline (Free Playstation 4), Rocketbirds Space Rangers: Ultimate Blast (Free Free Xbox One)14.
PS Plus Games with free: Destiny 2 (Free Game of Seasons and Free PS VR Free), The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Free free PS VR), Batman IV: Blood and Wine (Free FREE PSVR), Star Wars Battlefront (Free Sony TV, Xbox One, PS4 free), Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (Free Nintendo TV, Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita free)15.
PS TV Games with PS VR: Super Mario Odyssey (Free $3.99 PSVR, Free PS Vita Free), Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 (FREE PSVR Free), Star Trek: Bridge Crew (Free PlayStation VR Free)16.
PS Now Games with FREE: Lego Marvel Avengers (Free £2.49 PS VR, Free £3.79 PS Plus, Free Free PS4), RocketLeague (Free, PS VR free)17.
PSN Games with PlayStation VR Free: Rocket League for PS4 (Free for PS VR)18.
PS Store Games with the PS Now PSVR (Free games free)19.
PS All Access Games with Playstation VR free (Free content free)20.
PlayStation Store Games Free: Resident Evolve: VR (Free game free)21.
PS Games with