Milestone Interactive to Bring 5 PS4 Titles to India
By Soumya Samal | Net Desk | Published: 06th January 2014 07:15 PM |
The PS4 has finally arrived in India today and with that, the gaming market will also see the arrival of five PS4 games, which are FIFA 14, Need For Speed Rivals, Battlefield 4, Killzone Shadow Fall and Knack.
The Milestone Interactive Group, a game publishing, marketing, retail and distribution organization in India, is launching the above mentioned games.
Here’s taking a look at what to expect from each of the games respectively:
FIFA14: The attention given to detail and precision in the game is quite breath taking. The FIFA14 has definitely taken a step ahead of its predecessor, the PS3 version of the same game. The atmosphere of the game is perfectly captured, when you see how 3D models of spectators react to a goal. The experience is mostly smooth, except tiny animation mismatches on rare occasions. The presence of improved collisions, enable the player to control the ball while dribbling, sprinting or trying to score a goal.
Need For Speed Rivals: If as a gaming enthusiast, burning off up the highway is what sets your heart racing and gives you an Adrenaline rush, then this is the game for you. The manner, in which the single and multiplayer modes have been merged, is what makes for a unique experience. Introduction of the ALLDrive System along with the Autolog-style, further adds to it. There is an array of jaw-dropping vehicles to choose from, be it an Aston Martin Vanquish, a Mercedes C63 AMG Black Series or a Dodge Charger SRT8. You could don the role of the cop or the racer, whenever you choose to do so during the course of the game.
Battlefield 4: The Multiplayer mode has evolved with Battlefield 4. Except a few minor holes in the plot, this one does not cease to thrill. Locked at 60 Frames per second, the pace of the game will be quick, be it the PS4 or PC version. Multiplayer shooting gets a lot better with Battlefield 4. The map design throughout the game is excellent. Most of the maps, in the game will not just aid you but will also suit any style of play.
Killzone Shadow Fall: Killzone provides for a futuristic setting after Killzone 3, i.e. nearly 30 years ahead. There is a lot of flexibility in terms of open space. There are multiple options available for approachability, or adopting any kind of attacking technique. DualShock 4’s touch pad with the pulse echo enables the player to see through walls and locate enemies. Choice of match rule sets, weapon requirements, player type etc is all upto the player. There are ten geographic locations where fight matches can break out; a shopping centre, a run-down building, rooftops, anywhere and everywhere. Killzone does not seem to follow the franchise sequel pattern, as it fortunately does not offer the same graphics, assets or game engines throughout.
Knack: A series of small fights in various locations continue over a period of time, until all your enemies are destroyed and you arrive at a point where the forcefield is removed. The twists and turns of the game are predictable. There isn’t any particular element in the game that will urge you to hold on to it till the very end. There are instances towards the end of the game wherein, the level design improves. At this point, you might have enough powers to unlock a couple of gadgets; there is one that allows you to slow down the time and there is another that enables you to increase the damage multiplier.