God of War is about to land on PC. The same is true for Uncharted 4 and its derivative product The Lost Legacy. We already have “Horizon Zero Dawn” and “Lost Days”, it is probably only a matter of time until Square Enix has Final Fantasy 16 to obtain the PC version and determine the date, and Final Fantasy 7 remake. But there are still more PS games suitable for PCs, which are suitable for modules and run at 60fps or higher on high-end monitors. Which one do you stick to?
Which PlayStation exclusive do you want to use on your PC next?
This is our answer, and some from us forum.
AU editor Shaun Prescott (Shaun Prescott): As someone who also works on PlayStation Magazine, I actually own a PS5, so apart from the opportunities that the modification brings, this issue is not important to me. But the answer must be blood. The original PS4 game was a classic classic game for Canon, and watching it at an unlocked frame rate and (hopefully) there is no frame pacing problem is what I yearn for. I know I am not alone: every time a new Sony game comes to the PC, social media is flooded with increasingly pressing demands for the Bloodborne port. Everyone wants it. Ask your older uncle who doesn’t play games, what PlayStation games he wants to play on the PC: he can talk about blood. Ask your cat. Everyone wants it, it must happen. Nothing is more valuable than a PC (except perhaps Tokyo Jungle).
Christopher Livingston, Special Writer: I think I am in a dilemma between playing baseball and swinging near Manhattan. The Major League Baseball Show or Spider-Man?
I can’t choose. Frankly speaking, I should not choose. Give me both. Give me MLB The Show and Spider-Man on the PC. Both. Please.
News writer Natalie Clayton: There is no room for PlayStation in my life, but “Shadow of the Colossus” is completely my feeling. I am shocked. I have no urge to buy second-hand copies of old PS2 and old games. Every once in a while, I will deal with a few bosses when I visit my friends who have PS4 in London-although I know people have problems with the Bluepoint remake, its desolate wilderness and overwhelming sense of isolation always Attack me like a truck. That said, playing a boss once in more than a decade is a strange way to experience anything, so come on. Sitting on a comfortable tabletop makes me feel sad about the corpse of a 10-story behemoth, doesn’t it?
Phil Savage, Editor-in-Chief, UK: Of course, I guess there are many PS4 games that can land on PC. But there is a bigger and stranger stuff catalog locked on PS2. Gitaroo Man is one of the best early rhythm games-miles ahead of the rapper Parappa because it is actually fun. You, a sad boy who has gained the ability of an alien guitar, embark on a journey to the universe and fight monsters through an eclectic rock combination of genres. It’s changeable, weird, and terribly good, and it deserves a wider audience through the PC version. As I add to the wish list, let us also bring We Love Katamari. Of course Katamari Damacy Reroll is already on PC, but the sequel managed to be a comment on the sequel, which is also a better game with a better soundtrack.
Naturally, most of this PS2 exclusive era may appear on PCs-they are not even owned by Sony, so their exclusivity is more for convenience and platform popularity. This means that the fact that they have not come is a sign that they may never come. Oh, well, at least we have simulations.
Lauren Morton, Associate Editor: Demon soul. I know everyone wants “Curse of Blood” — if the whole world is listening, I would almost feel honored to agree — but I am selfish. I have played the blood curse. Even a friend and I worked together to complete the whole thing.My records in Horizon Zero Dawn and Monster Hunter World indicate that I will not Actually When it comes to PC, play the game for the second time. I would rather play FromSoftware games that I haven’t played.
Brand Director Tim Clark: As a former official PlayStation magazine editor, I just want to record it and say “please don’t choose any The Getaway game”.
Jorge Jimenez, hardware writer: Give me Final Fantasy tactics or give me death.
Brand Director Tim Clark: Wait, let me change my answer to Jorge’s. Give me Final Fantasy tactics, or give me the death of Jorge.
Morgan Park, guest writer: The most important item in my PlayStation exclusive wish list is Dreams. The God of War with DLSS sounds great, but no PlayStation game will benefit from the PC ecosystem like Media Molecule’s unique game development platform. I have played hundreds of games in Dreams, from impressive multi-hour adventure games to infinitely fascinating little experimental stories. This is an enjoyable creation platform. A suitable PC version is an important step in achieving the ultimate goal of Media Molecule, allowing creation to be exported from Dreams itself and even for commercial sales.
Steven Messner, senior reporter: Give me a remake of the Jak and Daxter trilogy, you cowards! Long before Naughty Dog became fascinated by sad dad, it made a series of platform games, different from Ratchet and Clank, called Jak and Daxter Astonishing. The first was a fairly standard collection marathon, but Jak 2 completely changed the series by tearing a few pages from Rockstar’s script and setting the entire game in a large open world city. I haven’t played it for several years, so maybe its age is not very good, but I remember that Jak 2 (and 3, more like Jak meets Crazy Max) is an incredible game. I would love to see Sony bring these to the PC. It did release a remastered version for PS3 a long time ago, but why not release it again?
Jody Macgregor, Weekend/Australia editor: Given the current popularity of PS1-style horror games on PC, I think the answer is obvious. It’s time for the original Silent Hill to come to the PC.
Jacob Ridley, senior hardware editor: I wanted to talk about Pandemonium 2, but obviously it does appear on the PC, so I think I’m fine.
maze: Ghost on the horse! The infamous series on PS3 showed the role of Sucker Punch in open-world action games, and the atmosphere of the samurai movie immediately attracted me. With God of War coming to the PC, it feels like everything is possible, and getting GoT may lead to notoriety: the second son, this is the only one in the series that I haven’t played.
John Way: Blood source. For the sake of God, Sony gave us a blood curse. When you are there, so is the soul of the port demon.
other games? Well, it doesn’t hurt to get the infamous series-not sure what the game is like, but it looks interesting, and if they bundle them all together, it might be a great collection. Persona 5 is expected to land on PC in the next 5-10 years.
Pifanjr: 2018 Spider-Man video game. It reminds me of the prototype I like, but with Spider-Man.
ZedClampet: If you can only choose one, I guess it should be Spiderman. If I can remove one, it would be Final Fantasy 16. Square Enix may decide to make the transition to vacuum cleaners (somehow, they are clichés and they are terrible to use), I can totally accept them.
Zlos: Shadow of the Colossus (2018 remake)? Honestly, I don’t even think I will buy that.
If we go back to the past (PS 1 and 2 era), I will definitely buy Xenogears, and possibly Xenosaga and the first two Shadow Hearts games. The old Final Fantasy games seem to be selling well, so maybe…?
Furr_Man: I am a fool of sci-fi fps, so I want to be able to play the franchise of Resistance and Killzone.
flashn00b: Gundam Extreme VS Maxi BOOST ON. It’s not even owned by Sony, but for some very bad reasons, it’s exclusive to PlayStation…On the one hand, given our complaints about Ace Combat 7 and Code Vein, we should not have EXVS games on PC, But on the other hand, I don’t think the development team is much better than us, because their answer is to also make a PS4/PC game, which is also locked on Steam and can only be purchased in Japan.
I know very well what their intentions are. Taking into account Japan’s cultural prejudice against PC games, it would be very satisfying to see Epic Games invest money on them, because if this happens, they will have to continue to develop for PC Their console games do so due to contractual obligations. I know that Epic Games is terrible on their own, but considering the situation of Japanese games on PC, I want to say that they are actually smaller compared to letting Japanese game developers use their own devices for PC games. evil.