2. Infamous Second Son/First Light
I recommend them all. Bloodborne is a tough game to play, though.
Commander and Defender of NintenDomination.
Switch: 0731-6937-5596 | PSN: Ultrashroomz
3 games I'm currently playing:
Persona 4 Golden (pstv) - oh yes really great game I highly recommend it
Tales of Grace F (ps3) - just played a bit over one hour so can't really say much
Final Fantasy 7 (ps1) - do I have to say anything about this game
the last 3 games I played through:
Outlast (ps4) - a very good horror game I'm glad that more and more horror games are comming to the ps4 from pc (the ps3 lacked horror games and now I don't to get them through steam^^)
Gravity Rush (ps4) - OMG what a game it's perfect the game-play is absolutely amazing please buy this game
Ratchet a Crack in Time (ps3) - one of the best game in the franchise highly recommend
1. The Binding of Isaac
I highly recommend this one. It is addicting as fuck.It can be frustrating when you start because of a rather steep learning curve, but just keep playing it, you'll get behind it. The gameplay itself is flawless and fluid as hell. You start over and over again, always hoping for some overpowered item combination. And when you finally get such a combo, it is pure satisfaction to blast away each and every enemy with ease. There's also a shit ton of unlockables and a really good story with huge room for own interpretations. And there are no fucking tutorials. This is exactly how I want a game to be. I love it, I absolutely love it and I should have played it much earlier. Got it for Vita and 3DS.
2. Grand Theft Auto 4
I got GTA 5 for PC recently, but somehow wasn't satisfied with it. I remembered the physics to be way better (or funnier) in GTA 4. I also thought I liked the characters better and the handling of the cars and the story. Si I decided to get GTA 4 and I was right with everything. At least in my book, GTA 4 is just the better game. I only wanted to try it out but completed the game in the end and it was a hell lot of fun. Highly recommended to go back to it.
3. Cooking Mama 5: Bon appetit
Got this because my 4-year-old son wanted to have it. And it's actually a very good game for kids. The controls are straight-forward and it's fun to play. Difficulty is just right for someone who just gets around how to play games. You still can make mistakes, but it's pretty forgiving. It gets repetitive really fast for experienced players, but my son still loves it and he gets better at the single games, collecting more and more gold tokens. I recommend this for kids, but not if you're an experienced player.