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What are some good PS5 games that take great advantage of the DualSense features? I just got Platinum on Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and the adaptive triggers and feedback from the controller blew my mind! I didn't really get the point of the DualSense when playing Spider-Man Remastered, which was my first PS5 game. It certainly had some moments where it clicked and felt pretty cool, like the Spider-Drone levels, but that was about it. Nothing much to write home about. Ratchet and Clank is where it ALL made sense! Every single gun, every shot, every jump, every action had its own super unique feel in the controller feedback and triggers. On top of it just being a great game in general :)

But....now I'm working on Miles Morales. Good game so far and I really like that there's not as much "busy work" compared to the 2018 game, but it just doesn't feel like it really takes much advantage of the DualSense. Maybe it has to do with it being a cross-gen game and Ratchet and Clank was exclusively current-gen? Either way, I would definitely welcome any suggestions that really stand out DualSense wise as Ratchet and Clank did. And I'll be sure to check it out once I'm done with Miles Morales.



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gtotheunit91 said:

What are some good PS5 games that take great advantage of the DualSense features? I just got Platinum on Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and the adaptive triggers and feedback from the controller blew my mind! I didn't really get the point of the DualSense when playing Spider-Man Remastered, which was my first PS5 game. It certainly had some moments where it clicked and felt pretty cool, like the Spider-Drone levels, but that was about it. Nothing much to write home about. Ratchet and Clank is where it ALL made sense! Every single gun, every shot, every jump, every action had its own super unique feel in the controller feedback and triggers. On top of it just being a great game in general :)

But....now I'm working on Miles Morales. Good game so far and I really like that there's not as much "busy work" compared to the 2018 game, but it just doesn't feel like it really takes much advantage of the DualSense. Maybe it has to do with it being a cross-gen game and Ratchet and Clank was exclusively current-gen? Either way, I would definitely welcome any suggestions that really stand out DualSense wise as Ratchet and Clank did. And I'll be sure to check it out once I'm done with Miles Morales.

Have you played Astro's Playroom? It's probably still the best use of the DualSense.



TallSilhouette said:
gtotheunit91 said:

What are some good PS5 games that take great advantage of the DualSense features? I just got Platinum on Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and the adaptive triggers and feedback from the controller blew my mind! I didn't really get the point of the DualSense when playing Spider-Man Remastered, which was my first PS5 game. It certainly had some moments where it clicked and felt pretty cool, like the Spider-Drone levels, but that was about it. Nothing much to write home about. Ratchet and Clank is where it ALL made sense! Every single gun, every shot, every jump, every action had its own super unique feel in the controller feedback and triggers. On top of it just being a great game in general :)

But....now I'm working on Miles Morales. Good game so far and I really like that there's not as much "busy work" compared to the 2018 game, but it just doesn't feel like it really takes much advantage of the DualSense. Maybe it has to do with it being a cross-gen game and Ratchet and Clank was exclusively current-gen? Either way, I would definitely welcome any suggestions that really stand out DualSense wise as Ratchet and Clank did. And I'll be sure to check it out once I'm done with Miles Morales.

Have you played Astro's Playroom? It's probably still the best use of the DualSense.

OMG I completely forgot about it! I was so excited that I finally got my PS5 after over a year and to play Spider-Man that I skipped over it altogether lol. I'll definitely experience it as I heard it's very much a love letter to PlayStation despite being more of a tech demo.



gtotheunit91 said:

What are some good PS5 games that take great advantage of the DualSense features? I just got Platinum on Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and the adaptive triggers and feedback from the controller blew my mind! I didn't really get the point of the DualSense when playing Spider-Man Remastered, which was my first PS5 game. It certainly had some moments where it clicked and felt pretty cool, like the Spider-Drone levels, but that was about it. Nothing much to write home about. Ratchet and Clank is where it ALL made sense! Every single gun, every shot, every jump, every action had its own super unique feel in the controller feedback and triggers. On top of it just being a great game in general :)

But....now I'm working on Miles Morales. Good game so far and I really like that there's not as much "busy work" compared to the 2018 game, but it just doesn't feel like it really takes much advantage of the DualSense. Maybe it has to do with it being a cross-gen game and Ratchet and Clank was exclusively current-gen? Either way, I would definitely welcome any suggestions that really stand out DualSense wise as Ratchet and Clank did. And I'll be sure to check it out once I'm done with Miles Morales.

Since Tall brought up Astro's Playroom, I'll vouch for Gran Turismo 7.  I'm not sure how often my brain fooled me into thinking this, but I genuinely wondered about the tactile sensations between different tire grips.  Not to mention the little stuff across different tracks and whatnot.



gtotheunit91 said:

What are some good PS5 games that take great advantage of the DualSense features? I just got Platinum on Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and the adaptive triggers and feedback from the controller blew my mind! I didn't really get the point of the DualSense when playing Spider-Man Remastered, which was my first PS5 game. It certainly had some moments where it clicked and felt pretty cool, like the Spider-Drone levels, but that was about it. Nothing much to write home about. Ratchet and Clank is where it ALL made sense! Every single gun, every shot, every jump, every action had its own super unique feel in the controller feedback and triggers. On top of it just being a great game in general :)

But....now I'm working on Miles Morales. Good game so far and I really like that there's not as much "busy work" compared to the 2018 game, but it just doesn't feel like it really takes much advantage of the DualSense. Maybe it has to do with it being a cross-gen game and Ratchet and Clank was exclusively current-gen? Either way, I would definitely welcome any suggestions that really stand out DualSense wise as Ratchet and Clank did. And I'll be sure to check it out once I'm done with Miles Morales.

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I think in relation to PS! and PSP downloads (from before), it's important to take into consideration that there are possibly games you've bought that are never going to come to PS4/ PS5.

I think key examples include FF7, 8, 9 and Chrono Cross. Since these have remastered versions, I highly doubt SE will being the PS1 versions forward. So these will most likely be applicable.

On a side note: seems like the PS2 games are just teh current list and aren't affected by the save sates and rewind features. Hopefully, those are updated, and hopefully those are not reflective of how PS2 games will be positioned going forward.
i also think Sony needs to drop their own games on a consistent basis for the legacy titles. The reality is that the amount of games that could come to teh service is going to be limited. With studios like SE and SEGA pushing remasters of older titles, with studios like Activision off the market: there'll be a gulf in what is going to be available.



twintail said:

I think in relation to PS! and PSP downloads (from before), it's important to take into consideration that there are possibly games you've bought that are never going to come to PS4/ PS5.

I think key examples include FF7, 8, 9 and Chrono Cross. Since these have remastered versions, I highly doubt SE will being the PS1 versions forward. So these will most likely be applicable.

On a side note: seems like the PS2 games are just teh current list and aren't affected by the save sates and rewind features. Hopefully, those are updated, and hopefully those are not reflective of how PS2 games will be positioned going forward.
i also think Sony needs to drop their own games on a consistent basis for the legacy titles. The reality is that the amount of games that could come to teh service is going to be limited. With studios like SE and SEGA pushing remasters of older titles, with studios like Activision off the market: there'll be a gulf in what is going to be available.

Even if it's limited I'm very curious about this feature since I'd love to play the PS1 games I purchased on PS3 but on PS5. I've only recently read about this, is there any date for this feature to arrive on PS5? Have they released a list of the PS1 games that will be available in this way?



Spike0503 said:
twintail said:

I think in relation to PS! and PSP downloads (from before), it's important to take into consideration that there are possibly games you've bought that are never going to come to PS4/ PS5.

I think key examples include FF7, 8, 9 and Chrono Cross. Since these have remastered versions, I highly doubt SE will being the PS1 versions forward. So these will most likely be applicable.

On a side note: seems like the PS2 games are just teh current list and aren't affected by the save sates and rewind features. Hopefully, those are updated, and hopefully those are not reflective of how PS2 games will be positioned going forward.
i also think Sony needs to drop their own games on a consistent basis for the legacy titles. The reality is that the amount of games that could come to teh service is going to be limited. With studios like SE and SEGA pushing remasters of older titles, with studios like Activision off the market: there'll be a gulf in what is going to be available.

Even if it's limited I'm very curious about this feature since I'd love to play the PS1 games I purchased on PS3 but on PS5. I've only recently read about this, is there any date for this feature to arrive on PS5? Have they released a list of the PS1 games that will be available in this way?

It's connected to the PS+ revamp, which hits SEA next week.

Whatever PS1 games come to that service will be what's finally available for PS4/ 5.

There's no indication that a game will be available but not on PS+, but I suppose it could happen.

Current list is like 5 or so games. I'd wait a bit to see what Sony starts properly announcing. 



gtotheunit91 said:

What are some good PS5 games that take great advantage of the DualSense features? I just got Platinum on Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and the adaptive triggers and feedback from the controller blew my mind! I didn't really get the point of the DualSense when playing Spider-Man Remastered, which was my first PS5 game. It certainly had some moments where it clicked and felt pretty cool, like the Spider-Drone levels, but that was about it. Nothing much to write home about. Ratchet and Clank is where it ALL made sense! Every single gun, every shot, every jump, every action had its own super unique feel in the controller feedback and triggers. On top of it just being a great game in general :)

But....now I'm working on Miles Morales. Good game so far and I really like that there's not as much "busy work" compared to the 2018 game, but it just doesn't feel like it really takes much advantage of the DualSense. Maybe it has to do with it being a cross-gen game and Ratchet and Clank was exclusively current-gen? Either way, I would definitely welcome any suggestions that really stand out DualSense wise as Ratchet and Clank did. And I'll be sure to check it out once I'm done with Miles Morales.

Besides Astro as have been said, GT7 also make use of DS although I can't say it makes much of a difference for me.



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twintail said:
Spike0503 said:

Even if it's limited I'm very curious about this feature since I'd love to play the PS1 games I purchased on PS3 but on PS5. I've only recently read about this, is there any date for this feature to arrive on PS5? Have they released a list of the PS1 games that will be available in this way?

It's connected to the PS+ revamp, which hits SEA next week.

Whatever PS1 games come to that service will be what's finally available for PS4/ 5.

There's no indication that a game will be available but not on PS+, but I suppose it could happen.

Current list is like 5 or so games. I'd wait a bit to see what Sony starts properly announcing. 

I hope Sony does it though I have my doubts if it hasn't been properly announced. As someone who's playing PS1 stuff all the time and bought some on the PS3, this would be an ideal feature.