Sony's 2017 Lineup Of PS4 Exclusives

Sony's 2017 Lineup Of PS4 Exclusives

The PlayStation 4 is dominating the console wars. That's thanks in part to its horsepower. It's simply a more powerful console than the Xbox One or the Wii U.
But the PS4's success is more about the games it offers than anything else. Content is king, and the PS4 is royalty.

How to throw the ball away in Madden 17: PS4 guide

It pretty much works the same way on PS4 as it does on Xbox One, but Sony's jargon calls the same action pressing the "R3" button. It's unclear why there's different terminology, but that's how you throw the ball away in Madden 17 on both gaming consoles.

1. Know the team you are using AND the team you are playing.

There are 11 players on the offensive side of the ball and 11 players on the defensive side of the ball at all times. In order to have an edge in Madden, you need to know who these players are. Shocker, you need to know about NFL players to play an NFL game

2. Tight End is usually the QBs best friend.

In the non-gaming world of professional football, the running game is QBs best friend. In the gaming world, that is still partly true. However, the tight end is actually more important than the running game when it comes to Madden. The TE is usually the bail out when you try to run pass plays.

PS4 and games

  • GT Sport
  • Hellblade
  • Drawn to Death
  • Nier: Automata
  • Detroit: Become Human
  • Yakuza 0
  • Farpoint
  • Uncharted 4: The Lost Legacy
  • Matterfall
  • Gravity Rush 2
  • Wipeout Collection
  • The Show 17
  • New Hot Shots Golf
  • Dreams
  • Pyre
  • Persona 5
  • Nioh
  • World of Warriors
  • Nex Machina
  • Knack 2
  • PaRappa HD
  • Starblood Arena
  • Horizon: Zero Dawn
Before we dig into the detail, let's take a moment to mention what's not on Sony's list. Insomniac's Spider-Man game isn't on there. Neither is the new God of War. The Last of Us 2's omission is no surprise - Naughty Dog has said it's a long way off. But I'm surprised the Crash Bandicoot remaster doesn't make the cut. People seem to love that.
Looking even further, Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding, Yu Suzuki's Shenmue 3 and Square Enix's episodic Final Fantasy 7 remake, all of which have starred during Sony's press conferences, are nowhere to be seen.