While Xbox One owners will discover the pleasure of golf sometime today, Sony's Playstation 4 is about to have players join the very selective club of secret agents and spies. Set during the Cold War, CounterSpy is a side-scroller which involves stealth and action. The game's aesthetics are particularly solid and the jazzy soundtrack and slick animations completes the good presentation. Going into cover changes the game's perspective, which becomes compulsory to take out all the enemies situated in the background, and the shooting mechanics, though not perfect, are well-crafted. AI is not always consistent however and exploration remains limited due to the small size of the randomly generated levels. No Metroid vibe to get from this one then, in spite of the presence of a different set of collectibles (ranging from money to weapon parts or abilities). Not the best indie game out there, but still fun to play nonetheless. Check out our 4 videos of the PS4 version. Note: The game is available on PS3, PS4 and PS Vita and it is cross-buy.
@Sdarts: You're right.. in "relative" terms Quantum Break has terrible performance. (41 minutes ago)
@Tinks: I play a variety of FPS so those kinds of differences are pretty normal to me. And "all the time"? As much as you play OW because you put some insane hours into that :P (42 minutes ago)
@Megido: Absolutelly agreed on! But Suikoden 2 is on the same league as Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy 6, they are some of the best games ever made. (1 Hour ago)
@Sdarts: 5 was better, but not on par with 2. (1 Hour ago)
Same for other games as well. Even a GTX 980 has problems with many modern games. And on smaller cases, even GTX 980 Ti as well. I'm sure a GTX 1070 can handle it - with upscaling turned on. (1 Hour ago)
@droezelke: It's relative, because the GTX 970 isn't what it used to be and is over 2 years old. Not even Rise of the Tomb Raider sustains 1080p@60fps at Ultra settings with a GTX 970. (1 Hour ago)
@Sdarts: still bad performance (1 Hour ago)